Published on March 22nd, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/03/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection 11 April

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:

EI-EIL Airbus A330-300 Aer Lingus Ferried Nimes to Dublin

Latvian carrier Air Baltic Reinstates routes from Dublin to Riga and Vilnius

EI-SIL Airbus A320-251N Delivered to SAS Connect (Ireland)

Aircraft Update:

OY-YCK ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1026 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Billund-Mönchengladbach 08/03/22.

OY-YCP ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1020 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Mönchengladbach-Montpellier 08/03/22.

OY-YCR ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1027 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Ljubljana-Montpellier 09/03/22.

2-CGCA ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1107 Emerald Airlines Ferried East Midlands-Exeter 12/03/22.  

Global Aviation News:

Arajet, New Airline in Caribbean, Orders 20 737 MAX Jets
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ATSG Orders More Boeing Freighter Conversions to Meet Strong Demand
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Boeing Fifty Years of Freighters
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India’s domestic aviation market is rebounding well after Omicron dive
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IndiGo Restoring India-Thailand Links
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Norse Atlantic secures valuable slots at Gatwick Airport
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Norway Mulls Replacing Air Passenger Tax With Sustainability-Focused Levy
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WestJet makes post-pandemic play with Sunwing purchase
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Regional Commences Service Between Dublin And Isle Of Man
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BA CityFlyer to operate Dublin route from Southampton Airport
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Call of Duty: Shannon Airport

David Sheehan appointed new Chief Pilot at Avion Express
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Dublin Airport Celebrates Emerald Airlines Inaugural Flight To Isle Of Man
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Flybe selects Belfast City Airport as its second base of operations in UK
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Griffin Global Asset Management Announces the Delivery of One Boeing 737 MAX 8 to Arajet
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Ryanair Aims To Become Carbon Neutral By 2050 – With Its Decarbonisation Strategy – Pathway To Net Zero
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Tweet Picks:

@airinsight Dominican Republic start-up @AraJetAirlines  orders 20 @BoeingAirplanes  MAX 8-200s, plus 15 options. The airline already plans the lease 5 MAX 8s. The order has been listed as ‘undisclosed’ in the January backlog.

@ByERussell “Capacity restrictions required by the cost increase of providing the service, there will be a crowding out of the lower yielding passenger in favour of higher yielding passengers,” says Gol CFO Richard Lark. In other words: Airfares will go up, and that’s what airlines want.

@ByERussell It may seem counterintuitive that high commodity prices could be good for airlines, but in Brazil they are. For Gol that means a potentially strong corporate travel recovery as the big commodity players return.

@lesliejosephs If it gets through the Biden DOJ, Frontier-Spirit merger would create a massive discounter in the sky. That’ll worry rivals that are still w/out biz and long-haul intl demand. Too soon to know if Spirit’s Wu-Tang-yellow planes or Frontier’s animal tails will prevail.

@lesliejosephs Regional carrier Mesa’s revenue comes from flying for larger airlines United and American but it’s investing or working more and more with electric aircraft/drone startups. Latest: seagliders.

Video Picks:

Air Greenland A330 flight deck ride to Copenhagen with business class review!

Airlines say travel demand is back, shares soar

American, Delta, and Southwest reveal stronger revenue for Q1

Amid Turbine Fuel Reaching Its Record High Level, The Airfares Continue To Rise In India


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