Published on February 17th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/02/2022

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

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:

LV-KCD Boeing 737-8AL c/n 35071 FlyBondi Ferried Toulouse-Francazal-Cape Verde-Recife/Guararapes-Aeroparque Internacional 14-15/01/22 ex EI-GWT.  

OE-IXD Boeing 737-8AS c/n 35022 ASL Airlines Belgium Ferried Castellón-Novosibirsk-Jinan 13-15/01/22 for cargo conversion ex EI-EKA.

9H-AIG Embraer 190 c/n 19000265 Nordic Aviation Capital Delivered Zagreb-Hurghada-Nairobi-Johannesburg 28-30/01/22 for SA Air Link.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus: Asia-Pacific region will need over 17,600 new aircraft by 2040
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Aviation Capital Group Finalizes Order with Airbus for 20 A220s
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GE Aviation to partner with Boeing on hybrid electric flight test demonstration program
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Impact of 787-10 HGW on the large twin-aisle aircraft market
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Icelandair’s new livery
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Israel’s El Al Airlines signs deal to buy smaller rival Arkia
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Kuwait’s Jazeera Airways confirms order for 28 new A320neo family aircraft
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North Atlantic tracks at Flight Level 330 and below to be abolished
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Northern Pacific Will ‘Rip Off’ Icelandair Model With Stopover Vacation Tie-Ins
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Irish Aviation News:

DAA lodges plans for solar farm to help power Dublin Airport
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How The De Havilland Dragon Helped Get Aer Lingus Off The Ground
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Irish report recommends new combat aircraft squadron by 2040
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Lagan Aviation & Infrastructure awarded Montego Bay Sangster International Airport runway works contract
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Ryanair rules out Ljubljana flights
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Tourism Ireland Situation & Outlook Analysis Report (SOAR) February 2022
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Zagreb Airport bouncing back to pre-pandemic levels thanks to Ryanair 
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Tweet Picks:

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

@LeehamNews Ron Epstein of @BankofAmerica wrote in his @PNAAlliance report that “no one we spoke to expects the @Boeing 777X to actually be certified by the end of 2023. Mid-2024 is seen as a more realistic entry into service date.

@LeehamNews·6hHe also wrote “A new wrinkle in the 737 story surfaced: Boeing needs to certify the 737MAX 10 by the end of the year. This is because the FAA FAR Part 25 rules give the OEM 5-years to complete certification or the certification basis changes.”

@LeehamNews Replying to @AeroimagesChris for the @Boeing 737-7 MAX, @SouthwestAir already said certification may not come till 2024. So it seems that this also should be the concern for the MAX 7.

@PulitzerAirRace The Pulitzer Electric Aircraft Race will be the world’s first cross-country air race for electric aircraft. Planned as a 1000 nautical mile cross-country, the event will begin at Eppley Airfield, Omaha, NE, and end at the Dare County Regional Airport near Kitty Hawk, NC.

Video Picks:

Significant achievements & exciting future plans at the Eurocontrol Innovation Hub

Smartwings: The World’s First 737 MAX Flight to Antarctica

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

They would not be able to grow unless they merged: Cowen analyst of Frontier-Spirit deal

‘We’re reaching a new stage of Covid,’ says Expedia’s Kern – Here’s why


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