Published on February 3rd, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/02/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 February

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 February

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 1 February

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 1 February

North American Newsletter 1 February


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-CPE Airbus A321-211 c/n 926 Aer Lingus Ferried Nimes-Lasham 28/01/22 prior P2F conversion.

EI-CPG Airbus A321-211 c/n 926 Aer Lingus Ferried Ciudad Real-Lasham 31/01/22 prior P2F conversion.

EI-HMS Boeing 737-8200 c/n 65889 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 28/01/22.

Global Aviation News:

China Airlines and Boeing Announce Order for Four 777 Freighters

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Ethiopian Airlines’ B737 MAX Returns to the Skies with Government Officials, Boeing and Airline’s Executives Onboard
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Eurocontrol and ACI Europe sign Memorandum of Understanding, signalling enhanced co-operation and joint commitment to aviation’s successful and sustainable future
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Further digitisation of passenger health verifications expected

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Here’s How IndiGo Evolved Into the Largest, Most Popular Airline in India
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JetBlue to get into higher gear in Northeast market
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New low-cost Canadian airline acquires first A320-200 aircraft, plans to launch
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Norse Atlantic Airways’ Bjorn Tore Larsen on the startup airline’s plans
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Wisk Aero Secures $450 Million from The Boeing Company to Advance Certified Autonomous Electric Flight
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Irish Aviation News:

Calls for passport office to open seven days a week to deal with ‘passport emergency’

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Dublin Airport – First Look 2022

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IATA DG Willie Walsh urges governments to ‘follow lead’ of UK on easing restrictions

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Ireland’s Emerald Airlines eyes closer ties with IAG [Paywall]

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Jackson Square Aviation Announces 2021 Full Year Key Performance Highlights
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NAC delivered one ATR 72-600, MSN 1257, to Loganair on lease
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Ryanair Holdings – Competitive positioning never better – Davy Research
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Ryanair launches biggest ever Dublin flight schedule for summer 2022
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The Exact Group retains the SC21 Silver Award
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Transcript of Willie Walsh Remarks at 25 January Press Briefing
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Tweet Picks:

@lesliejosephs Boeing CFO Brian West says not constrained by supply chain issues but says labor, logistics and material availability are a “watch item.” Two years ago, then-CFO Greg Smith called the coronavirus impact on near-term traffic growth “clearly a watch item”.

@lesliejosephs You sit up front (or frontish middle) and you sit up front… Premium cabins have been outperforming main cabin, Delta said earlier this month. “The headline for us is that premium leisure, we believe, is here to stay,” pres Glen Hauenstein said. $DAL.

@MaxK_J Always look on the bright side? Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun describes the large #737MAX and #B787 undelivered inventories as a “double-edged sword”: “I hate that we have a lot of inventory. On the other hand, it will probably serve us well in what is likely to be a robust recovery”.

@Reuters Ryanair reported a loss of $107 million for the final three months of 2021 but said it was hopeful that rivals’ cuts to capacity may help push prices up in the key summer season

@WandrMe Interesting random data nugget in JetBlue’s response to the DL/LATAM JV application: “JetBlue was connecting nearly 100 customers a day to LATAM flights pre-COVID, particularly at JFK and more recently at Miami International Airport (MIA). ” That’s not much.

Video Picks:

United Airlines launches a pilot academy to address staffing shortage

Virgin Atlantic Expects Revenue to Be 85% Above 2019 Levels

We’re expecting to be profitable starting March: Alaska Group CEO Ben Minicucci

WTM Industry Report 2021

5G Rollout Should Have Been Sorted Earlier: IATA DG Willie Walsh


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