Published on February 4th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/02/2022

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-MYY Airbus A330-243(F) c/n 868  MasAir Cargo Delivered Dresden-Mexico City ex A6-EYQ.
OE-IFL Airbus A330-343 c/n 1574 CIT Aerospace Registered at Tel Aviv 27/01/22 ex EC-MHL.
OE-IRV Airbus A320-232 c/n 4481 SMBC Aviation Capital Registered at Ostrava 28/01/22 ex VT-IGV.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus’ deploys Beluga A300-600 ST fleet to serve industry’s outsized cargo transportation needsRead more:

Alaska Airlines expands Finnair codeshare agreement for deeper global reachRead more:

Boom Supersonic Selects Greensboro, North Carolina for First Supersonic Airliner Manufacturing Facility
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JetBlue Airways’ (JBLU) CEO Robin Hayes on Q4 2021 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Lufthansa’s 18,000 “unnecessary flghts” to hold slots as UK reverts to 70% rule
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Norwegian To Reopen Stockholm Arlanda Base
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Tata Group Onboards Air India
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United Officially Opens Flight Academy And Welcomes Historic Inaugural Pilot Class
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Wizz Air Holding Pls (WZZAF) CEO Jozsef Varadi on Q3 2022 Results – Earnings Call TranscriptRead more:

Irish Aviation News:

Emerald Airlines Welcomes Industry Veterans to its Board of Directors
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Fingal Chamber Welcomes Ryanair’s New Route Announcements for Dublin Airport

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IATA DG Willie Walsh: Domestic Rebound Shows Public’s Desire To Travel
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Laudamotion Managing Director Andreas Gruber “Minimum prices protect state-subsidized AUA, not the climate!”
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Ryanair could shift up to 20 planes to Ukraine in next three yearsRead more:

Ryanair Q3 Presentation
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Ryanair to reinstate entire Zagreb network, plans further growth
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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineFlyer Surprise! @qatarairways orders up to 50 @BoeingAirplanes #737MAX after @Airbus cancelled Qatar’s order for 50 A321neo. This comes after Qatar cancelled a 2016 order for the MAX in 2020. Also on order is the launch of the 777X Freighter, which Qatar will order 34 (+16 options) of.

@ANI Mumbai-Kolkata and Delhi-Kolkata flights to operate daily. UK-Kolkata flights to resume normal operations subject to RT-PCR test report to be carried by passengers: West Bengal Govt.

@BoeingAirplanes Meet the new 777-8 Freighter, the freighter version of the #777X!. The newest member of our market-leading freighter family features advanced technology for better fuel efficiency, emissions and capabilities.  

@BoeingAirplanes Thank you, @QatarAirways for also signing a Memorandum of Understanding for up to 50 737-10 jets and your continued trust in #TeamBoeing.

@dominicgates A new aviation carbon emissions standard is set to force the shuttering of the 767F and 777F lines six years from now, when the 747F will be long gone. Airbus is trying to seize the moment.

Video Picks:

European airline bookings increased following relaxed Covid rules, Ryanair Group CFO Neil Sorahan says

Hawaiian Airlines CEO Peter Ingram: ‘Conditions are falling into place’ for travel to fully recover

Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific loses more than 400 pilots due to its ‘zero-Covid’ policy

JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes: We’re seeing industry quickly recover from omicron Covid variant

S1 E6: Aircraft Leasing in a Black Swan Event With Stan Barnes – Conversations With Coopman


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