Published on February 23rd, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/02/2022

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

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 February

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 February

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 21 February

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 21 February

North American Newsletter 21 February

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aurigny accelerates new Guernsey to Dublin route start date to 16th March, adds third weekly frequency to meet demand:

SAS Ireland adds 10th Airbus A320neo to expanding fleet

The Port of Seattle Authority announces Aer Lingus Dublin-SEA route resumes in May

Aircraft Update:

EI-HES Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62306 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 17/02/22.

EI-SIJ Airbus A320-251N c/n 10752 SAS Airlines Ireland Delivered Toulouse-Copenhagen 08/02/22.

N575AE Boeing 737-84P c/n 35757 AerCap Ferried Lake Charles-Roswell 18/02/22 ex 2-AERI.

OE-IFE Boeing 737-3S1(F) c/n 24834 Airwork Ireland Ferried Bucharest-Cairo-Al Bateen Executive-Colombo-Jakarta-Darwin 17-19/02/22 ex ZK-TLE.

OE-IFQ Airbus A320-232 c/n 6341 Bocomm Leasing Ferried Ciudad Real-Dusseldorf 17/02/22 ex HL7776.

Global Aviation News:

Global airlines expect strong pick up in new job creation, says IATA
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Norwegian delivered a profit before tax of NOK 117 million and improved cash position in the fourth quarter 2021
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Orlando International busiest airport in Florida and the 7th busiest in the US
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SAS opens new routes to Toronto from Copenhagen and Stockholm
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SKY express joins ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ connections service, opening up more than 20 new Greek destinations for easyJet customers
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Startup Icelandic air carrier makes a play in the tough, low-cost transatlantic market
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Surcar Airlines will fly in the Canary Islands with seaplanes
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2022 is year of ‘The Great Recovery’, DAE CEO says
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Irish Aviation News:

SmartLynx signs lease agreement with SMBC Aviation Capital for two Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft
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Squawk 7000 – Pilots of Tik Tok and YouTube

Surge in sun and ski holidays for mid-term break says Aer Lingus Chief Strategy and Planning Officer Reid Moody 
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Third Interim Review of the 2019 Determination on Airport Charges at Dublin Airport Methodological Consultation and Issues Paper
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VAH AND AV AirFinance Limited Announce Inaugural Financing
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“We are all in this together” – ARI General Counsel Gareth Byrne talks diversity and inclusion in travel retail
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Willie Walsh warns that shift to greener fuels will push up airfares
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “Sometimes legacy is also a positive,” said Norwegian Air CEO Geir Karlsen Friday. The airline, a year out from its restructuring, is cashing in on its legacy position at London Gatwick by selling slots — with more sales planned.

@ByERussell Spirit Airlines is the latest to make a move to address the pilot shortage: It has partnered with the ATP Flight School to create the Spirit Direct Program, giving trainees an “accelerated path” to a job at Spirit. $SAVE.

@ByERussell Suitors circling Italy’s ITA Airways, but not so much Air France-KLM, which CEO Ben Smith says is cautious of making a third bid for the Italian airline. Conveniently, the group can’t until until it repays billions in state aid.

@ByERussell The budding eVTOL segment has received more commitments at the Singapore Airshow but the aircraft are still years away from carrying paying passengers.

@ByERussell “The more we can make our program, our card benefits attractive to our customers, revenue is going to follow.” Delta adds buy-now, pay-later function to lure more younger travellers. ICYMI

Video Picks:

Capital A expects full recovery from Covid-19 pandemic by Q4 of 2022

Embraer Sees Good Opportunities in Asia, Says CEO

Experience the redesigned cabin onboard Finnair long-haul flights

FAA administrator Steve Dickson resigns effective as of March 31


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