Published on February 16th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/02/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:White Paper – Aircraft Leasing and the Ease of Doing Business in India:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 February

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 February

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 14 February

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 14 February:

North American Newsletter 14 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:

N767PR Boeing 767-323(F) c/n 24040 Elan Express Delivered Tel Aviv-Shannon-Hamilton 02/02/22 ex EI-GEP.

OE-LCQ Boeing 737-8 c/n 42827 AAA Max 2 Malta Registered at Mojave 04/02/22 ex EI-FYE.

OY-YDH ATR-212A(600) c/n 1257 Loganair Delivered Billund-Aberdeen 25/01/22 to become G-LMTC.

Global Aviation News:

European countries sign breakthrough “Toulouse Declaration” with aviation driving sector’s decarbonisation plans forward
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Geodis the latest forwarder to expand charter network
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Icelandair targets 2022 profitability as it looks at 757 successor
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JetBlue Airways goes big with AA partnership, despite DoJ challenge
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Jump Air starts operations
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Northern Pacific Airways CEO Rob McKinney sees 757 service launch this year
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PLAY CEO Birgir Jónsson On Building Hub-And-Spoke Network With New US Route
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United Airlines and Delta bullish on trans-Atlantic rebound
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Irish Aviation News:

Aergo Capital announces the delivery of one (1) DHC-8-Q400 aircraft
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BBAM Raises $1.5 Billion for Second Aviation Fund
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Dublin based Planitas prepares for post-pandemic demand for data insights
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Klaus Heinemann joins Nordic Aviation Capital as a Strategy Consultant with intention to become Non-Executive Chairman upon emergence from Chapter 11
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MAAS Aviation announces new global role for Richard Marston to support continued expansion plans
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Milestone Completes Aramco’s Helicopter Fleet Renewal Program
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell The Canadian ULCC segment continues to heat up. WestJet-subsidiary Swoop will grow its fleet by 60% with new Maxes this summer, as competitor Flair grows and start-ups Jetlines and Lynx plan to launch.

@ByERussell The Italian government has officially begun the privatization process of ITA Airways. Shipping giant MSC and Lufthansa seek a majority stake for an estimated €1.2-1.4 billion bid, per @leonard_berberi.

@FlyAirNZ After almost 600 days, we welcome our flagship B777-300 #ZKOKQ back to the skies, carrying New Zealand produce to the world.

@jonostrower Airbus has cancelled Qatar Airways A321neo order. Not the other way around. (via @timhepher).

@lesliejosephs Allegiant says bookings in Q4 outperformed 2019, passenger numbers up 4.4% from two years earlier despite Omicron surge. $algt.

Video Picks:

Eurocontrol Network Manager User Forum 2022 Day 2

Expedia CEO Peter Kern on Beating Expectations

Frontier to merge with Spirit Airlines in deal valued at $6.6 billion

Google and travel: looking past the pandemic

SESAR Optimised airspace users operations PJ07


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