Published on February 14th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/02/2022

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:

EgyptAir to connect Dublin and Cairo from June 2022

Irish airline group ASL Aviation Holdings endorses ‘Toulouse Declaration’

Ryanair Group Boeing 737-8200 fleet grows to 48 aircraft by end of January, plans 65 for Summer 2022

Aircraft Update:

EI-ISB Boeing 777-243 c/n 32859 AlisCargo Airlines Delivered Rome FCO-Milan Malpensa 11/02/22 ex I-DISB.

OE-IAH Boeing 737-8 c/n 44863 SMBC Aviation Capital Registered at Prague 12/02/22 ex 2-JXEE.

OE-IGB Airbus A320-214 c/n 3138 CIT Aerospace Registered at South Texas Regional  03/02/22 ex VT-IHH.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada, WestJet And Pearson Want End Of Airport Covid-19 Testing 
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Air Canada Unveils Turning Red Themed Aircraft Celebrating Disney and Pixar’s All New Film Set In Toronto
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European Commission proposes to extend the EU Digital COVID Certificate by one year
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JetBlue ‘Bullish’ On London But Will Not Add Other European Cities In 2022
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Tata Group will ensure Air India’s place in the skies: Jyotiraditya Scindia, Aviation minister
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Universal Hydrogen and Amelia (by Regourd Aviation) Sign LOI to Drive the Decarbonization of Regional Air Travel Routes Across France
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16 new airports to be constructed in Central India: Civil Aviation Minister
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Irish Aviation News:

Airlines fear Garda delays in completing security checks may hinder summer travel
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EI-FSL ATR72-600 Aer Lingus Regional at Toulouse Francazal on 23-01-22
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O’Brien: Ryanair wants to continue growing with Lauda in Zagreb [German]
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Price stimulation continues to eat into Ryanair’s yields
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Ryanair offers to double Greek passenger numbers over next 5 yearsaccelerating Greece’s tourism plan
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Ryanair subsidiary Malta Air opens base in Vienna
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Shannon Group 2021 End of Year Statement
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SoftBank-Owned Fortress Weighs Sale of Irish/UK Jet Lessor FalkoRead more:

TrueNoord secures US$250 million committed financing to boost portfolio expansion
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Tweet Picks:

@ethanklapper Key quote from this AM’s call: “Together, we will democratize air travel even further. “This was directed at AG Garland and DOJ.Biden DOJ views ULCCs as key to its strategy of increasing competition. This deal puts them in an awkward spot.

@IBD_GRich $CVX CEO says that even with “robust demand recovery” there is still another leg to demand improvement (aviation, biz travel). “The demand outlook is solid. And the issues, frankly, have been a little bit more of a supply side and the demand side.”

@jonostrower Boeing CFO Brian West: “We can’t predict when [787] deliveries will restart,” but working closely with FAA.

@jonostrower The super ULCC is here. This will be a huge test of the DOJ’s appetite for airline mergers in the mid-pandemic world that could open the door to additional consolidation underneath AA, DL, UA & WN.

@jonostrower 777XF is officially on offer to customers. Boeing has not yet reached type inspection authorization for 777-9, says West, the key regulatory milestone that signifies the aircraft is ready for the FAA to join flight tests for certification credit. Delivery still pointed for 2023.

Video Picks:

Frontier, Spirit Merge To Form Fifth Largest U.S. Airline

IATA’s Willie Walsh talks aviation recovery and the commitment to achieve net zero carbon emissions

Public Webinar Regarding Noise at Dublin Airport – February 9th 2022

Southwest Airlines Co Q4 2021 Earnings Call

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly: We’re looking forward to a profitable year


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