Published on February 10th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/02/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 7 February

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 7 February

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 7 February

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 7 February

North American Newsletter 7 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:

CS-TTM Airbus A319-111 c/n 1106 TAP Air Portugal Ferried Lisbon-Ireland West Airport Knock 26/01/22 for part-out & scrap.

EI-FMJ ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1295 Aegean Airlines Air Air Test at Montpellier 28/01/22.

N293CL Airbus A320-214 c/n 2930 Carlyle Aviation Partners Ferried Miami-San Bernardino International 28/01/22 ex XA-EBA.

Global Aviation News:

American Airlines and British Airways Unveil Exciting Plans for Enhancements to the World-Class Customer Experience at JFK’s Terminal 8
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JAL, the World’s First Airline to Issue Transition Bonds
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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines begins new Austin service to Amsterdam this March
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SAS Subsidiary To Open Base In Bergen, Norway
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SkyWest Inc. (SKYW) CEO Chip Childs on Q4 2021 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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United Airlines Potential Sale of Frequent-Flyer Stake May Spur a Gold Rush
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UNWTO backs WHO call for reopening of borders
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With Tata back on board, Air India’s immediate focus will be to reclaim lost glory
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Irish Aviation News:

Dublin Airport expects to reach 70% of record passenger numbers this year
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EasyJet, Ryanair And Wizzair Provide Pointers For A Post-Omicron Summer
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ICAO Council discusses Report on Fact Finding into Ryanair FR4978 
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Ireland: Confidence Returning In Aviation Market
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Ireland West Airport Knock Ready to get off the ground
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Macquarie AirFinance announces change in leadership
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Qantas Airways CEO Alan Joyce says Western Australia’s domestic border curbs due to the pandemic were starting to “look like North Korea”
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Ryanair Holdings plc. (RYAAY) CEO Michael O’Leary on Q3 2022 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Boeing 737-8 MAX to FlyDubai
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Tweet Picks:

@lesliejosephsAmerican expects first (resumed) Boeing 787 delivery in mid-April and that it would take all 13 throughout the year,  CFO Derek Kerr says. $BA $AAL “Boeing is paying the delay penalties.”

@lesliejosephs “I don’t think you’re going to see any material disruption going forward” due to 5G, American CEO Doug Parker says.

@lesliejosephs .@united CEO Scott Kirby still expects big summer travel season and that “we are starting to learn to live with Covid,” not having lockdowns. $UAL.

@juhahelsinki It’s exciting to be announcing a new codeshare partnership between @VirginAtlantic and @LATAMAirlines , offering seamless connections to Brazil and beyond!.

@LX_Newsroom SWISS CEO Dieter Vranckx: “We are pleased about the decision of the Swiss Federal Council that as of 22 January, persons who are vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 no longer need a negative PCR or rapid antigen test to enter Switzerland.

@thepointsguy Breeze Airways cuts 1 route, shuffles 14 others in big network update.

Video Picks:

Delta Airlines Pushing For No-Fly List For Unruly Passengers

Skift Travel Megatrends 2022: Fintech Is the Key to Unlocking Travel’s Future

Southwest CEO Garry Kelly on Fourth-Quarter, Fuel Costs, 5G

Spirit Airlines CEO Ted Christie on Frontier merger: This combination makes a lot of sense

Tata Group Onboards Air India: Govt Completes Formal Handover


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