Published on March 15th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/03/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Awarded EASA Part-CAMO Certification

Certificate Program Aircraft Redelivery Management

SPARTA Newsletter February

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 March

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 March

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 14 March

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 14 March

North American Newsletter 14 March

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

ET-AYG DHC8-402 Ethiopian Airlines transits Dublin on delivery flight

Eurowings reconnects Dusseldorf to Dublin with increased frequencies

Ryanair Group Adds Six Boeing 737-8200s to fleet in February, bases three aircraft in Dublin

Aircraft Update:

EI-EVX Boeing 737-8AS c/n 40317 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Ostrava-East Midlands 10/03/22.

LY-BJG Airbus A319-132 c/n 3911 Carlyle Aviation Partners Ferried Châteauroux-Montpellier 09/03/22 ex HS-PPA.

9H-AJM Airbus A320-232 c/n 3812 Carlyle Aviation Partners Registered at Tallinn 01/03/22 ex SX-DGL.

Global Aviation News:

Airports and Airlines call for all intra-EU COVID Travel Restrictions to be dropped as pandemic hits second anniversary milestone
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Amerijet International Airlines B757 Fleet Expansion

DHL and Singapore Airlines Ink New Agreement To Expand Partnership
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Emirates upgrades Perth to daily flights
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Etihad considering Belgrade return through Air Arabia
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Flybondi: Introducing the Ultra-Low-Cost Cargo Service
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Gatwick looking forward to a strong summer – and will reopen its South Terminal later this month to meet demand – as airport publishes annual result
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SAS and Apollo sign agreement concerning summer charter flights
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Wizz Air Aims To Redistribute Ukraine Capacity
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Irish Aviation News:

Emerald Airlines appoints Swissport as its ground services provider
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Emirates Celebrates a Decade in Ireland
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Eoghan Corry: Kerry Airport has better rail links than Dublin
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Fiachra Treacy ORIX Aviation Award Ceremony at the University of Limerick
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Green light for paid drop-off zone and pick up zone at Dublin Airport
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IATA DG Willie Walsh calls for removal of mask mandates on flights
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Is There More Than Meets The Eye To Ryanair’s Lisbon Cuts?
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Michael O’Leary addresses when Ryanair will remove mask requirement on flights
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New festival in Laois to celebrate rich history of aviation and exploration
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A321neo to Aegean Airlines
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell United Airlines is unsure whether it can pass on the rapid rise in fuel prices to travellers. Historically, 60% can be priced into higher airfares. “There really is no precedent for what is going on right now,” said CFO Gerry Laderman. $UAL.

@ByERussell United Airlines treasurer Pam Hendry says the carrier aims to pass along 60% of the increase in fuel prices to passengers through higher fares. It will take about a quarter to pass along those additional costs, she added. $UAL.

@ByERussell “You should buy your summer travel now because [fares are] only going up,”@SunCountryAir  CEO Jude Bricker advises attendees at #ISTATAmericas. U.S. summer demand is “really strong.” $SNCY.

@ByERussell “We have put out for sale levels of 2019 on many of the routes transatlantic and, in some cases, actually an increase,” says Air France-KLM CEO Smith on the summer 2022. He expects significant “pent-up demand” in the market, barring any new travel restrictions.

@JM_Scindia After deliberation with stakeholders &keeping in view the decline in the #COVID19 caseload, we have decided to resume international travel from Mar 27 onwards. Air Bubble arrangements will also stand revoked thereafter. With this step, I’m confident the sector will reach new heights!.

Video Picks:

Singapore wants to shift to ‘quarantine-free vaccinated travel’

So far, there hasn’t been much impact on domestic travel, says Truist’s Scholes

TSA extends travel mask mandate until April 18

Travelers deal with sticker shock over airline fares


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