Published on March 11th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/03/2022

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:

EI-DAO Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33550 Ryanair Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Lasham 07/03/22 for P2F conversion.

EI-HEW Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62308 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 02/03/22.

EI-MAA Airbus A330-243(F) c/n 854 Altavair AirFinance Delivered Singapore-Muscat-Dresden 01/03/33 for MasAir.

Global Aviation News:

Atlas Air Enters Into Long-Term Agreement with Kuehne+Nagel for Two Boeing 747-8 Freighters
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Austrian Airlines renews fleet with four A320neos as of August 2022
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Aviation sector veteran Sanjiv Kapoor appointed CEO of Jet Airways
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BA apologises for systems failure and seeks new ‘partnership’ with trade
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Clocking in at under 10 minutes, this is the world’s shortest international commercial flight
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Gatwick – a VINCI Airports innovation centre of excellence – transforming aircraft turns with innovative digital platform that updates air traffic controllers quickly, in real time
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Singapore VTLs to take in Vietnam, extend to Penang, Bali and all India cities
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UK Passenger Locator Form to be ‘gone by Easter’
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Vueling adds six Spanish routes from Gatwick this Easter
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Viva To Challenge Legacy Carriers With Brazil Entry 
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Irish Aviation News:

ACIA Aero Leasing and Investec Bank Agree on New Debt Facility
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Argelia Morello joins Blueberry Aviation as Commercial Director North America
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A-techSYN granted Operational Authorisation for BVLOS Flights in Ireland
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Clare hospitality eagerly awaits US tourists’ return to Shannon
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daa Selects Sisk/Lagan JV to undertake Dublin Airport €325 million framework
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Dublin Aviation Drinks 31 March 2022 
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Exeter Airport confirms new flights to Belfast City Airport
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Ryanair Seeks to Squeeze Rivals Exposed to Fuel Costs
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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho ANA has revealed brand details about its proposed new subsidiary carrier… will be called AirJapan, operating 787s on medium- and long-haul routes. ANA says it won’t be LCC or FSC, so presumably the “value carrier” approach. Launch target is second half of FY2023.

@AvWeekScho Qantas hopes to finalize business case for Project Sunrise by mid-year, says CEO Joyce. If they do place the order for A350-1000s then, it could mean the flights start mid-2025 (two years later than the plan pre-COVID).

@AvWeekScho SIA reports net profit of S$85M for the December quarter – first quarterly profit since pandemic began. Passenger capacity reached 45% of pre-COVID levels by end of Dec, projected to reach 51% by March.

@ByERussell Alaska Airlines is the first U.S. carrier to moderate capacity as a result of the run up in fuel prices. However, the cuts are only slight and limited to Q1 — for now. $ALK.

@ByERussell “At high enough costs, jet fuel may force airlines to limit their future growth and capacity, resulting in higher load factors along with increased fare prices,” writes Cowen analyst Helane Becker.

Video Picks:

Airfares set to rise as oil prices surge

Arrival of Canada Jetlines’ First Aircraft, Interview with Eddy Doyle

Air taxi startup Volocopter raises $170 million in new financing round

MWC 2022 | The Future of Multimodal Travel

Qantas Airways Oil Exposure 90% Hedged Through June, CFO Vanessa Hudson Says


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