Published on February 7th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/02/2022

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:
American Airlines restores Philadelphia to Dublin route as travel restrictions eased
Ryanair connects Dublin to Nimes twice weekly for Summer 2022
Ryanair expands Boeing 737-8200 operations to Paris Beauvais base 

Aircraft Update:

EI-FYD Boeing 737-8 c/n 42828 Norwegian Air International Ferried Oslo-Bergen-Montréal-Mojave 15/12/21.
OE-LDU Boeing 737-8AS c/n 36571 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Xiamen-Novosibirsk-Ostrava 12-13/12/21 ex HL8050.
OE-LCE Boeing 737-82R c/n 40727 GY Aviation Lease Registered at Prague 16/12/21 ex ZS-SWX.

Global Aviation News:

CAPA Low Cost Airports and Terminals Report, 2022 – Part 2
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China Airlines and Boeing Announce Order for Four 777 Freighters
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Chorus Aviation issues statement in response to recent press speculation
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Emirates president says Boeing made life difficult
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IATA calls on governments to accelerate easing of travel restrictions
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JetBlue Announces Fourth Quarter 2021 Results
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‘This is your Captain… Welcome to Air India’s future’
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Irish Aviation News:

Aergo Capital announces owned & managed portfolio numbers as at 31 Dec 2021

British Airways CEO Sean Doyle pledges to fix customer service issues
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Deucalion Aviation expands its Senior team and establishes Irish subsidiary
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EasyJet anticipates ‘summer flying renaissance’ from Belfast
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ORIX Aviation Announces New Office In Dubai And Changes To The Board Of Directors
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Ryanair calls on Belarus to guarantee no repeat of aircraft diversion
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“We see no growth potential for Ryanair in Germany” – Joint Lauda Europe CEO Andreas Gruber [German]
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Working in tandem with partners for recovery-TAP Air Portugal CEO Christine Ourmières-Widener
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “For an OEM that’s losing so many customers to its Airbus opposition. It’s remarkable that they haven’t been camped outside our offices here trying desperately to restart our discussions on the Max 10.” Michael O’Leary on Boeing, adding that its sales team has been “asleep.”

@ByERussell O’Leary was referring to the orders from KLM and Qantas that Boeing lost to Airbus last year, and Boeing’s inability to make a deal with Ryanair on Max 10 pricing.

@FATIIIAviation .@CSAIRGlobal is now conducting the first 737 MAX test flight since the grounding. A significant step for 737 MAX in China. China Southern is the largest operator of the MAX in China. #737MAX.

@FlightGlobal Breeze to introduce Airbus A220 on 17 routes in Q2.

@jonostrower First full production 737 Max 10 for launch airline @united is out of the factory.

Video Picks:

A Heartfelt Thank You to Gary from Southwest Airlines

Airlines Push to Lift Testing for Vaxed Int’l Travelers

Boeing signs $34B deal with Qatar Airways

Ethiopian Airlines to launch Boeing 737 MAX flight for first time after 2019 crash

FAA chief Steve Dickson testifies at House hearing on 5G impact on aviation safety — 2/3/2022


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