Published on January 28th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/01/2022

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-ISU Airbus A320-232 c/n 5923 Connolly Aviation Capital Registered at Istanbul 21/12/21 ex VT-IFY.

OE-IXD Boeing 737-8AS c/n 35022 ASL Aviation Registered at Castellón 23/12/21 ex EI-EKA.

OE-IXE Boeing 737-8AS c/n 38494 ASL Aviation Registered at Castellón 23/12/21 ex EI-EKB.

Global Aviation News:

Air Serbia to take delivery of first ATR72-600
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Atlas Air orders four new 777Fs – and ‘we do have enough pilots’
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Akasa Air’s Vinay Dube on airline’s take-off plans
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Ethiopian Airlines could reach pre-Covid capacity level in 2022
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EU Defends Airline Slot Rules Over Lufthansa Ghost Flights Row
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Indian Aviation Minister Holds Meet With Airlines Chiefs On Increasing Widebody Aircraft
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We are not an ultra low-cost carrier: Akasa CEO Vinay Dube
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Why The Airbus A220 Is A Real Game Changer For Airlines
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Irish Aviation News:

Bounce for Ryanair and Aer Lingus-owner shares shows airline recovery back on course
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DAA challenges €5m demand for Dublin Airport plan approval
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Department of Transport amends tender requirements for Search and Rescue
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Electric planes could be used to fly from Dublin to the north of England, Qantas CEO Alan Joyce Says [Paywall]
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Emerald Airlines Welcomes Industry Veterans to its Board of Directors
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Holiday bookings surge as travel demand returns – Aer Lingus Chief Strategy and Planning Officer Reid Moody
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Hong Kong has grown more isolated as aviation hub, IATA DG Willie Walsh warns
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Lufthansa Group CEO Carsten Spohr said the group was the “natural home” for ITA in October.

@ByERussell Missed this in October: Aeromexico signed leases for 5 more 737 Maxes, all -8s, from SMBC Aviation. The deal, approved in November, brought Aeromexico’s signed orders and leases for the Max during bankruptcy to 41.

@ByERussell United plans to begin returning its Pratt & Whitney-powered Boeing 777s to service in March, a year after they were parked, reports @munnikrishnan.

@ByERussell Virgin Atlantic CEO Shai Weiss, warning that inflation is no longer transitory, sees higher costs — including those associated with climate initiatives — driving higher fares, reports @matt_parsons.

@flyethiopian We are only few days away from returning our B737 MAX fleet to the skies after intense recertification by multiple regulatory bodies. As a safety-first airline, our pilots, engineers, aircraft technicians, & cabin crew are fully prepared to take the B737 MAX back to the skies.

Video Picks:

airBaltic 2021 Highlights

Interview with Helane Becker, Managing Director of COWEN | Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2022

Interview with Fred Browne CEO of Aergo Capital | Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2022

Interview with Ian Melgaard, Executive Chairman | FPG Amentum| Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2022

Introducing Conscious Choices | Etihad Guest


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