Published on March 16th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/03/2022

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-HCT Boeing 787-9 c/n 63318 Norse Atlantic Airways Delivered Shannon-Oslo 03/03/222 ex LN-LNP.

EI-HEW Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62308 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 01/03/22.

F-HUYL Boeing 737-86N c/n 38037 Transavia France Delivered Shannon-Nimes 28/02/22 ex LN-RGE.

N489BR Boeing 757-2G5 c/n 29489 Elan Express Ferried Ireland West Airport Knock-Bangor-Goodyear 04-05/03/22 ex P4-FAS.

Global Aviation News:

Air Passenger Numbers to Recover in 2024 -IATA
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Air Transat and Porter Airlines conclude code-sharing agreement
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ATSG Subsidiary Cargo Aircraft Management Inducts Its First A321 to Freighter Conversion
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DHL Express Places New Order for Six Additional 777 Freighters
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Emirates opens dedicated check-in facility in Ajman
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Eve and Microflite announce partnership to bring UAM services to Melbourne with an initial order of up to 40 eVTOLs
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Global Crossing Airlines Announces Lease of Two A321 Passenger-to-Freighter Aircraft
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Ready for takeoff: Etihad’s A350 to make its debut on 31 March
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Singapore Airlines leads the way in Asia’s network recovery
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UK PLF will be gone ‘as soon as possible’, aviation minister tells airlines
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Irish Aviation News:

Ireland air links ‘crucially important’ as Emerald Airlines reconnects Ronaldsway and Dublin from Wednesday 16 March 
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Irish company files petition to wind up Hong Kong Airlines
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Meet Bill Byrne Chief Customer Officer: The Irish-American man who creates the vision of Ireland with Aer Lingus
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Minister Humphreys and Minister McEntee visit reception facility at Dublin airport for people arriving from Ukraine
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Next Level Aviation Establishes Subsidiary in Ireland to Better Serve Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Customers
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No Plans To Expand Services From Shannon Says Aer Lingus Chief Corporate Affairs Officer Donal Moriarty
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Paddy Power Campaign Lands at Dublin Airport
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Ryanair announces record Summer 2022 schedule from Belgium: 121 destinations, 17 based aircraft
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Ryanair to launch direct route to Cologne from Stockholm Arlanda Airport
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A320neo to Spirit Airlines
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Tweet Picks:

@LuxuryTravelled Loganair has confirmed its to charge a fuel surcharge on new sales from 21st March of £3.95 per one-way journey (except PSO).

@RyanairPress After numerous unanswered pleas to the Portuguese Govt to intervene in TAP’s deliberate slot blocking, we have now been forced to remove 3 aircraft & 5,000 flights from Lisbon this summer.

@SeanM1997 Ryanair says the 3 aircraft and 19 routes will return to Lisbon from October 2022 for the winter schedule – when there will be “enough slots”. Thanks @OJoaoFerreira1  for info.

@SeanM1997 You maybe wondering why there are so many Ryanair routes announced. Well most (not all) are replacing Ukrainian routes with matching numbers and timings. The aircraft have to be used somewhere and so similar block time routes are being added.

@SimonCalder Flybe collapsed exactly two years ago. Flybe 2.0 promises to be a “new, better, and stronger company” flying from “early 2022”. But besides recruiting cabin crew in Birmingham and Belfast, there are few clues about the resurrected airline’s imminent plans.

Video Picks:

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