Published on January 25th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/01/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Releases 2021 Operational Review:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 January:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 January:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 24 January:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 24 January:

North American Newsletter 24 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:

OE-IIH Boeing 737-8GP c/n 38308 Jackson Square Aviation Ferried Tuscan-Bangor-Dublin 03-4/12/21 ex PK-LZW.

OE-IWJ Airbus A320-232 c/n 2275 Sapphire Leasing Registered Jakarta 01/12/21 ex VT-IDO.

SP-RZG Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62320 Buzz Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 01/12/21.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing Doubles Delivery Total in 2021, Net Orders Reach 535
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Cathay Pacific says crews spent 73,000 nights in quarantine in 2021
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Delta welcomes Scott Laurence as Vice President of Network Planning
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Prospect of 5G Interference with Avionics a Long-term Concern
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Turning the tide: How policy change is reshaping African air services
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U.S. Regional Airlines Bear Brunt of Schedule Disruptions
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Vistara fleet crosses 50 aircraft; 12 planes added in last 21 months
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Irish Aviation News:

Good news for the future of Sligo Airport
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ITAA welcomes new Ryanair Dublin Summer schedule
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New ESRI research assesses the most effective means of curbing aviation-related CO2 emissions while minimising economic effects
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Norse Atlantic registers Dreamliner in Ireland
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Ryanair and Brussels team up to gun for Lufthansa
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2022 can be year of sustainable recovery for Irish Aviation
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Tweet Picks:

@LuxuryTravelled Always thought the Jetlines branding was good, interesting to see what it does out of Toronto.

@LuxuryTravelled As we saw with IAG/easyJet at Gatwick, major airlines are not going to give up valuable airline slots at airports, instead doing deals which are mutually beneficial to both – not hand them over to Wizz.

@MaxK_J .@BoeingAirplanes ended 2021 with a full-year total of 245 #737Max deliveries, taking its post-grounding tally to 272. In Dec 21, it delivered 32, one less than post-grounding high of 33 in June (after Apr/May suspension). Max highest monthly dels were 51 in Nov 18 @cirium data.

@SpaethFlies The best deal to try out @SingaporeAir fancy #A350 on a short hop in Europe: New fifth freedom route BCN-MXP 3x weekly from Jan 17, round trip sells from a whopping €131! #avgeek.

@thenewsoncnbc “I think we’re really already anticipating a lot of demand throughout the travel industry, particularly in that leisure segment. People are eager to get back out there.” @MelanieTaryn on what she expects from the travel industry in 2022.

Video Picks:

CEO Ali Ben Lmadani | Interview about the aircraft leasing market | Airline Economics & KPMG

Interview with Aengus Kelly, CEO of AerCap | Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2022

Interview with Austin Wiley, CEO of SKY Leasing | aviation Industry Leaders Report 2022

Interview with Kieran Corr | Standard Chartered | Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2022

Interview with Paul Meijers of Airbus | Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2022


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