Published on January 24th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/01/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

SPARTA Monthly Newsletter:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 January:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 January:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 January:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17 January:

North American Newsletter 17 January:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

EI-EMP Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair DAC Transferred to Ryanair UK as G-RUKE:

EI-GUM, EI-GUP ATR72-600F Delivered to FedEx for operation by ASL Airlines Ireland:

Emirates celebrates 10 years of operation of Dublin-Dubai route:

Aircraft Update:

EI-GYV Embraer 190-E2 c/n 19020042 AerCap Ferried Nursultan Nazarbayev International-Castellón 17/12/21 ex EW-555PO.

EI-GYW Embraer 190-E2 c/n 19020049 AerCap Ferried Nursultan Nazarbayev International-Castellón 17/12/21ex EW-563PO.

EI-GYV Embraer 190-E2 c/n 19020053 AerCap Ferried Nursultan Nazarbayev International -Castellón 17/12/21 ex EW-560PO.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Beats Full-year Target for Commercial Aircraft Deliveries
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Air Lease Corporation: An Attractive Play On Air Travel
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Air Transport Services Group: An Investment Assessment
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Boeing at Pivotal Moment With Mid-Market Aircraft Decision
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British Airways appoints director of business recovery
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China targets 2023-2025 for recovery in international air travel

Covid Drives Spike in Bristow SAR Missions
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December passenger traffic likely to be resilient despite Omicron – IATA
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Republic Day parade: Aviation Ministry’s tableau to showcase regional air connectivity scheme Udan
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UDAN scheme: Aviation Ministry likely to seek four-fold increase in FY23 budgetary outlay
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Irish Aviation News:

CDB Aviation Names Michelle Wu Head of Commercial, Greater China
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Connect to the USA and Canada with Aer Lingus Regional’s new flights from Newcastle International Airport
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Economy Minister Gordon Lyons congratulates Sir Michael Ryan CBE on appointment to Chair of the Aerospace Growth Partnership
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Good air connectivity is vital for Irish trade
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Holidaymakers rush to spend pandemic savings on more expensive breaks and Camino treks as summer prices soar
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Irish Coast Guard shopping for new search-and-rescue service
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Lessor GTLK to supply Grand Caravan fleet to improve Kamchatka connectivity
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Ryanair Group Boosts Vienna Base To 19 Aircraft For Summer Season
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Tweet Picks:

@AerLingus Today’s announcement is great news for the country. All of us at Aer Lingus are looking forward to reconnecting Ireland with the world, and the world with Ireland. #LetsFly Lynne Embleton, CEO.

@aneeshp India’s largest airline IndiGo says Central excise taxes on fuel should be reduced from 11% to 5%, ATF should be brought under the GST, custom duties on repair parts should be eliminated.

@Keith_Humphrey “Another strong year for air cargo paired with continued passenger market improvements may be enough to return the airline industry to profitability in 2022,” @avolon_aero said.”

@LondonAirTravel The Competition & Markets Authority has now ended its investigation into IAG’s purchase of Air Europa following the termination of the original deal late last year.

@LuxuryTravelled A couple of things to note – Emerald/BHD have ambitions of it being th ‘hometown airline’ suggesting more to come – possibly even ex-flyBe scale. Existing airports first…

Video Picks:

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker: There’s huge pent-up demand for travel in coming months

Interview with Eddie Wilson, CEO of Ryanair, at #TIS2021

Interview with U.S. CBP’s Diane J. Sabatino & TSA’s Austin Gould – FTE Global 2021

United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby: Bookings are starting to come back, forecast profit in Q2

78% of 7,000 commercial airplanes okay with 5G rollout


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