Published on February 11th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/02/2022

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:

EI-HGW Boeing 737-8200 c/n 65085 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 02/02/22.

EI-HGX Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62335 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 26/01/22.

EI-HGY Boeing 737-8200 c/n 65887 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 26/01/22.

Global Aviation News:

AirAsia Group is now Capital A
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Apollo Investment Corporation (AINV) CEO Howard Widra on Q3 2022 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Asia-Pacific airline fleet shifts, Part 2: contrasting fortunes. A380s and 747s grounded
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Billionaire’s Start-up Indian Airline Will Use Stock Options to Lure Staff
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Boeing Stock: Sun Country Airlines Not A Bright MAX Win
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Canada Jetlines Receives Conditional Approval from Transport Canada to Begin Pilot Training
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Emirates restores flights to five African countries
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The Smartwings has been the first to land with the Boeing 737 MAX in Antarctica
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United Airlines Holdings, Inc. (UAL) CEO Scott Kirby on Q4 2021 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Irish Aviation News:

FPG Amentum and 30 other global aircraft lessors come together on ESG narrative and action points
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DAA to spend up to €1.2m on strategic branding and design
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International militaries “regularly” operate off Republic, Irish aviation officials say
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Irish aviation looks set for bumper year – and Government should not get credit
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Morocco’s National Tourism Office (ONMT) secures resumption of Ryanair flights 
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Qatar Airways increases weekly schedule from Dublin
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Ryanair Grows Cagliari Base
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A321neo to Ural
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Tweet Picks:

@DawnGilbertson .@FlyFrontier chairman Bill Franke tells me there was no date “when somebody called up somebody” about a deal with @SpiritAirlines since airlines know each other well. But says it’s been under consideration for nearly a year.

@GrowingGatwick 1/6: easyJet planning to operate 80 aircraft at LGW this summer – there were around 65 ej aircraft at Gatwick in 2019 so this is an increase (probably as a result of Norwegian shrinking).

@lesliejosephs “Long term, our opportunity is international,” @delta CEO Bastian. “International is expensive…It’s hard to do it on your own.” JVs aren’t enough, he adds, you want to “be in the room.” Delta has invested in Aeromexico, LATAM, Virgin Atlantic, which declared bk during pandemic.

@lesliejosephs “Premium leisure is here to stay,” says Delta president Hauenstein.

@LuxuryTravelled A €96m loss for @Ryanair in Q3 is favourable compared to its main competitors, on the back of Omicron travel disruption. Cautions that although better, bookings are still last minute.

Video Picks:

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly steps down after 17 years

Spirt Airlines CEO Ted Christie at Skift Aviation Forum 2020

Sunwing Airlines returns to Saint Lucia

Team USA Heads to Beijing for 2022 Winter Olympics

‘We Will See Resurgence In Air Travel Once Omicron Wave Is Over’ – Union Civil Aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia


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