Published on February 25th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/02/2022

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-DCH Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33566 Ryanair Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Lasham 21/02/22 prior P2F conversion.

EI-FXI ATR72-202(F) c/n 294 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Shannon-Keflavik-Iqaluit-Bangor-Stallings Field 16-18/02/22.

EI-GYU Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 35131 Merx Aviation Ireland Ferried Shannon-YHZ 21/02/22 ex G-FDZB.

LZ-DAV Airbus A330-343 c/n 1533 DAE Capital Ferried Clark International-Tallinn-Glasgow Prestwick 19-20/02/22.

N274GE Boeing 737-86N c/n 36541 GECAS Registered at Shanghai 18/02/22 ex B-5418.

Global Aviation News:

Alliance Air to connect challenging airfields of the Himalayas with two brand new ATR 42-600
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American Airlines to Expand Embraer Fleet
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AUA Airport sees faster-than-expected recovery and prepares for strong summer 2022 demand
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Aviation Capital Group to Finance Volocopter Fleet of Aircraft for up to $1 billion
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Deliveries of Comac’s ARJ21 Approach 70 Units
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New generation A350F freighter to join Etihad Airways fleet
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Norse Atlantic Founder Details Differences From Norwegian Model
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Tata group committed to making Air India world class: N Chandrasekaran
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Turboprops Remain Vital to Asia-Pacific’s Connectivity
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United Plans to Expand Service to Cape Town With Year-Round, Non-Stop Flights From New York/Newark
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Vista accelerates industry consolidation with the acquisition of Air Hamburg
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Announces Scholarship Program with Thailand’s Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Engineering
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Avolon says supply chain woes may dent Airbus output ambitions
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Emerald Airlines Crew Celebrate Wings
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Former Ryanair chief financial officer invests €550,000 in airline

Frankfurt’s Loss Is Hahn’s Gain As Ryanair Shifts Capacity
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FROSCH Ireland are Expanding
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Griffin Global Asset Management Announces Delivery of Airbus A350 to Air France
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Milestone Aviation Signs Lease Agreements with Omni Helicopters International for 11 Aircraft
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Ryanair to launch new Zadar service
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SKY Leasing and Wafra Announce Aircraft Leasing Joint Venture
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The Business – IATA DG Willie Walsh

Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “Across the industry, I believe staffing challenges will result in downward pressure on capacity and therefore be positive on fares,” says Sun Country CEO Jude Bricker during Q4 call. The pilot (and technician) shortage is real and slowing the recovery. $SNCY.

@ByERussell Breeze Airways hints at routes to “somewhere with gambling” out west for future A220 routes, via @WandrMe.

@ByERussell “It seems crazy that a 300-hour [first officer] can land a Lufthansa A350 into JFK flying over Queens, and a U.S. pilot can’t do the same thing.” Mesa Airlines CEO blames the 1,500 hour rule for the U.S. pilot shortage, via @munnikrishnan.

@ByERussell As Sun Country CEO Bricker put it, the combined Frontier-Spirit will have little presence in Minnesota. The airlines will fly 3.2% of seats at @mspairport in February per Cirium, that leaves them in the no. 6 position at the airport compared to Sun Country’s no. 2.

@ByERussell “Minnesota hasn’t been very successful for them, and I don’t think that changes for them,” says Sun Country CEO Bricker on the proposed Frontier-Spirit merger. He is unconcerned about the potential transaction. $SNCY

Video Picks:

Committed to make Air India a world class airline’: Tatas’s N Chandra outlines plan for the revival

FAA pulls Boeing’s ability to self certify 787 jet

Finnair – Take a tour of our redesigned long-haul cabin

First autonomous intercity flight BVLOS between Linköping and Norrköping in project CORUS English


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