Published on March 10th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/03/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Awarded EASA Part-CAMO Certification

Certificate Program Aircraft Redelivery Management

SPARTA Newsletter February

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 7 March

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 7 March

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 7 March

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 7 March

North American Newsletter 7 March

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Delta Airlines resumes flights between Boston and Dublin

EI-CPH Airbus A321-211 Aer Lingus Ferried Ciudad Real to Lasham

Ryanair Group takes delivery of 50th Boeing 737-8200 ‘Gamechanger’ aircraft

Aircraft Update:

N291CS Boeing 737-86Q(F) c/n 30291 Aviation Capital Group Ferried Bangor-Shannon 04/03/22 for ASL Airlines Ireland.

N575AE Boeing 737-84P c/n 35757 AerCap Ferried Roswell-Bangor-Oslo 01-02/03/22 for Norwegian ex 2-AERI.

N2883 Boeing 767-304 c/n 28883 AerCap Registered at Goodyear 03/03/22 prior P2F conversion.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada Reports First Quarter Of Positive Earnings In Two Years
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Leonardo and Vertical Aerospace announce collaboration on Fuselage Development Program
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Our goal is to connect the world to the Kingdom: flynas CEO
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Qantas Extends Kangaroo Route To London Via Darwin
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Silver Airways Announces Achievement of Major Strategic Initiatives
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Swoop Announces Significant Fleet Growth and Domestic Network Expansion
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Textron Aviation Rolls Out First Production Cessna SkyCourier Large-Utility Turboprop, Highlights Innovations In Manufacturing And Serviceability
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Learning to live and travel with COVID-19 – Dr. David L. Heymann, Professor, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
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Sustainability is in our DNA – Finnair CEO Topi Manner
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25 busiest U.S. private jet airports in 2021 all saw big gains
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Irish Aviation News:

Commission for Aviation Regulation Update to Irelands RP3 Environment KPA Target
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Ryanair will link Vitoria (Basque region) to Brussels South Charleroi from 29 March
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Tourism Minister Catherine Martin leads Tourism Ireland’s sales mission to the Middle East
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Travel Momentum Builds as Restrictions are Lifted says IATA DG Willie Walsh
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‘We had 40 or 50 days to find a new owner’: Cartrawler rocked by Covid
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5th British-Irish Airports EXPO backed by Heathrow, Manchester Airports Group and Gatwick Airport
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2021 Full Year Results commentary from Aer Lingus CEO, Lynne Embleton
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “There will be a few pieces moved around the chessboard.” @AveloAir’s new CFO Hunter Keay thinks the U.S. industry restructuring is upon us after a payroll support-funded delay. That creates opportunity for Avelo, via @munnikrishnan.

@ByERussell WestJet’s proposed acquisition of Sunwing is minuscule when it comes to actual capacity. In the Canadian domestic market, WestJet wouldn’t even gain a point of capacity share, remaining at 29% of the market in March, per Cirium.

@flyethiopian Ethiopian Airlines and Boeing Sign Memorandum of Understanding for New 777-8 Freighter. The MOU to order the 777-8 Freighter will enable Ethiopian Airlines to meet expanding global cargo demand from its hub in Addis Ababa and position the carrier for long-term sustainable growth.

@HofmannAviation Eurowings Europe Transfer AOC From Austria To Malta. Eurowings and the Lufthansa Group decided this week to establish a new company in Malta and to apply for an AOC there, named Eurowings Europe Limited.

@jonostrower Big get for Boeing on this. Ethiopian is a 777 and A350 operator and it’s the airline’s first order with Boeing since ET302 in March 2019.  

Video Picks:

Tony Fernandes Capital A Group CEO: No point having two or three Covid-19 tests at airports when it’s already endemic

We’re seeing the rebound of travel, says Marriott CEO

WISA Talks: Environmental Initiatives in Aviation

Wizz Air CEO Jozsef Varadi on airline consolidation: ‘We would be very happy to compete’


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