Published on February 18th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/02/2022

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:

OY-YCF ATR72-212A(600) c/n 969 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Billund-Montpellier 14/01/22 for SATENA Cololombia ex PR-ATB.

OY-YCR ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1027 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Billund-Ljubljana 26/01/22.

EI-SLP ATR72-212(F) c/n 709 Amelia Delivered Toulouse-Francazal-Rodez 02/02/22.

Global Aviation News:

Akasa Air take off likely in late May or early June; to further democratise air travel
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Alaska Air plays to historic strengths as it evolves
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Boeing Launches 777-8 Freighter to Serve Growing Demand for Cargo, Enhanced Environmental Performance
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easyJet celebrates 20-year anniversary of London Gatwick base
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Emirates signs agreement with Turespaña to boost tourism to Spain
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EU travel restrictions have little impact, says study
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Flyr to set up operations in Sweden with new direct route to Oslo from Stockholm Arlanda
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IATA Cargo continues to send strong signals
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What’s Next: Innovating for Travel’s Future – Delta Airlines CEO Ed Bastian 
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Irish Aviation News:

Atlantic Tales 13th February- Frank Russell Retired Irish Air Corps, SAR, AAIU – Clare FM 

Avolon Announces 2021 Full Year Results
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Ryanair’s three Learjets
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Ryanair Wary of Additional Covid Variants Hitting Summer Recovery
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Shannon Group CEO Mary Considine Optimistic About Quick Transfer Of Operation Of Heritage Sites To Council
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Spending figures show Irish consumers are rushing to book holidays
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Transport Minister Eamonn Ryan Wants Shannon Airport To Be Sold As A ‘Low Carbon Destination’
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Tweet Picks:

@kylelarnold Soon-to-be @southwestair CEO Bob Jordan says they need to hire “tens of thousands” of workers and it can run a 1,000-fleet airline soon.  

@lesliejosephs After reporting more cost increases and early-year losses this month, most major U.S. airlines are still beating the S&P 500 this year.

@lesliejosephs Boeing said it had record freighter demand last year, announces China Airlines ordering 4 777 freighters. $BA.

@lesliejosephs Boeing says ready to deliver MAXes to China “as early as first quarter” $BA.

@lesliejosephs Southwest pres/COO says Boeing told carrier it expects type certificate for the MAX 7 -smallest in the fam- by end of Q1 but that airline might not start flying them until early 2023. Estimates would take about 7 months from cert for Southwest to get them into service. $BA $LUV.

Video Picks:

Will the Spirit-Frontier merger impact Seattle’s Alaska Airlines? It’s unlikely

Wizz Air CEO Jozsef Varadi: Governments should stop restricting travel

WTM’s Big Airline Session

2022 European Aviation Conference Day 1

2022 European Aviation Conference Day 2


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