Published on March 24th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/02/2022

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:

N220CL Airbus A320-232 c/n 2204 Carlyle Aviation Partners Registered at Arkansas International 02/03/22 ex PS-TCS.

OE-IZZ Embraer E-175 c/n 17000330 Air Lease Corporation Ferried Lleida-Athens 04/03/22 ex EI-RDA.

OE-IOK Airbus A320-232 c/n 2724 Skyworks Leasing Ireland Ferried Montpellier-Muscat 28/02/22 ex SX-ODS.

9H-MRX Airbus A330-243 c/n 1224  Merx Aviation Registered at Chateauroux 03/03/22 ex N975AV.

Global Aviation News:

American’s Parker: ‘Artificially Restrained’ Demand Ready To Roar Back
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Another milestone for China’s first air cargo hub
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Colombian airlines embark on 2022 with ambitions running high
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Daily Podcast: A Multi-Billion Dollar Low-Cost Merger

EFW Secures New A321P2F Orders from SmartLynx
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IAG Cargo the latest to join booking platform
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Eve, Aviair and HeliSpirit announce partnership with an order of up to 50 eVTOLs
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Government of Canada will remove pre-entry test requirement for fully vaccinated travellers on 1st April 
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PLAY Anticipates Operating Profit in the Second Half of this Year
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Irish Aviation News:

London City Airport reports strong growth on Dublin route since easing of travel restrictions
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Milestone stimulates secondary market for S-92, as it looks to follow success of H225 repurposing
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Minister for Transport not ruling out asking Ryanair for humanitarian flights 
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‘Now is the moment to again open our arms’ – Irish tourism industry ready for post-Covid boost
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Optimistic Irish Consumers Are Booking Flights In Their Droves

Public RFT – Geophysical Helicopter Survey
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Rail line from Clongriffin to Dublin Airport would be quick and cheap, committee hears
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Ryanair fulfils threat and cancels 19 Lisbon routes
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A320neo to Spirit Airlines
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1.3 million Passengers Passed Through Dublin Airport in February
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Tweet Picks:

@LuxuryTravelled TUI has now followed Jet2 in dropping their ‘Mask mandate’ – for services from England and Northern Ireland.  

@MaxK_J Interesting progress for potential resumption of China #737MAX deliveries. @cirium data shows this aircraft is a new Max (rather than from undelivered inventory), having flown on 27 Jan 2022

@rschuur_aero .@DeutschePostDHL orders 6 additional @BoeingAirplanes 777Fs. The express carrier already has 15 of them and the latest orders takes the fleet to 28.

@SPD_travels Manchester will be home to 3 Air Tanker A330 this summer. Jet2 will operate 2 of them, and TUI will use the other one. TUI Sweden will also provide a B787 to TUI UK, also based at Manchester. Thanks to various sources for the heads up.

@WandrMe Breeze is the latest airline to create a pilot training pathway partnership. It will offer interviews @ 500 hours for ATP Flight School graduates, with the ability to transition to the right seat on the E90 fleet at 1500 hours and completing their air transport license.  

Video Picks:

Fáilte Ireland Industry Briefing – Form Survival to Recovery

Fuel prices and air travel Eoghan Corry & Ciara Noble

Hawaiian Airlines CEO: ‘We’re gearing up in anticipation of the Japanese market’

How does SAS transatlantic business class stack up these days?


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