Published on January 31st, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 31/01/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery:

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-CPE Airbus A321-211 Aer Lingus Ferried Nimes to Lasham:

LOT Polish Airlines increases Dublin frequency to daily for Summer 2022:

Ryanair re-launches Nuremberg base with Dublin new destination:

Aircraft Update:

EI-DLG Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33589 Ryanair Ferried Seville-Dublin-Bangor 07-08/01/22.

OE-ITK Airbus A320-232 c/n 3541 Avolon Ferried Ankara-Amman 05/01/22 ex VT-INU.

VP-BMH Boeing 777-212 c/n 28529 AVMAX Group Ferried ADD-Shannon-Marana 05/01/22 ex 5N-BVY.

Global Aviation News:

Atlas Air and Flexport Expand Partnership Add Third Boeing 747 Freighter
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Austrian Airlines relaunches flights to Los Angeles in summer
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‘Bleisure’ Trips Boom as Travelers Mix Work and Play
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EasyJet Swells Capacity as U.K. Travel Rebound Gathers Pace
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Norwegian prepares for 54 routes and reopening of Stockholm Arlanda base
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Swoop President on 60% fleet growth and vision for the future of travel
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UAE: Ras Al Khaimah to offer new hot air balloon, skydiving, aerobatic flight experiences
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Wizz Air Steps Up U.K. Expansion as Omicron Curbs Ease
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Irish Aviation News:

British Airways CEO Sean Doyle pledges to rebuild its reputation for premium service
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Datalex – Dynamic Times: The Digital Airline and Customer 2022
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Dómhnal Slattery appointed Vertical Chairman
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GOL and Castlelake secure financing for a Boeing 737 MAX order
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NAC delivered one ATR 72-600 to Air Serbia on lease
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Ryanair Group to fly 165 million passengers in next financial year, CEO Michael O’Leary tells paper
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Travel agents experiencing increase in bookings since Covid-19 restrictions eased
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Tweet Picks:

@David_Slotnick American Airlines CEO Doug Parker kicks off his last earnings call before his retirement on March 31 — he’s had a speaking role on every conference call since becoming CFO of America West in the second quarter of 1995. $AAL.

@David_Slotnick Delta is hiring 100-200 pilots/month, pace to continue at least through into 2023, CEO Ed Bastian says. Noticing issues at the regionals, though, like the rest of the industry. “I’d much rather have the issue down there than at the mainline.” $DAL.

@lesliejosephs Delta’s CEO Bastian says hiring difficulties is at regionals, particularly in high cost-of-living mkts. Not having trouble for mainline. Says not having to extend additional perks to attract workers. “The ability to travel for free is a great perk”.

@lesliejosephs CEO Ed Bastian says he still sees a correlation between return-to-office and business travel demand bc people are often going to visit companies. “It’s not 1:1” and that a lot of people *are* traveling for biz but not back in the office. $DAL.

@lesliejosephs “Despite expectations for a loss in the March quarter, we remain positioned to generate a healthy profit in the June, September and December quarters, resulting in a meaningful profit in 2022,” says CFO Dan Janki.

Video Picks:

Air India handover: PM Modi meets Tata Sons Chair; Scindia says ‘airline will bloom’

Alaska Air Group Inc Q4 2021 Earnings Call

EasyJet sees short-term hit, summer rebound

Jefferies aerospace analyst reacts to Boeing’s $4.4 billion in Q4 charges


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