Published on March 28th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/03/2022

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:

Delta Airlines restores connectivity between Atlanta and Dublin

EI-EIK Airbus A330-300 Aer Lingus Ferried Bordeaux to Dublin

Kazakhstan’s Air Astana re-registers aircraft in Ireland

Aircraft Update:

OE-IPB Airbus A320-214 c/n 5152 GECAS Ferried Plodiv-Sofia 18/03/22.

OE-LAH Boeing 737-8 c/n 44863 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Prague-East Midlands 19/03/22 ex 2-JXEE.

OE-LDX Airbus A320-214 c/n 5874 SMBC Aviation Capital Registered at Seletar 17/03/22 ex -WXAR.

Global Aviation News:

IAG Full Year 2021 International Airlines Group Earnings Conference Call

JetBlue and Qatar Airways Announce Plans to Expand Existing Global Partnership
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Longer Booking Trends Start To Emerge
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Qatar Airways to Resume Flights to London Gatwick
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Scandinavian airline SAS changes Asia services due to Russia flight ban
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SR Technics expands its presence at Malta with a modern new six-bay hangar
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The WestJet Group announces the appointment of Álex Cruz to its Board of Directors
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Turkish Airlines announces new routes
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Regional Services Take Off From Belfast City Airport
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Avolon And Air Greenland Partner To Tackle Climate Change By Bringing Zero-Emissions Air Travel To The Region
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Calls For Questions To Be Answered Following Shock Resignation Of Shannon Group Chair
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Cancellation of the Certificate of Airworthiness of Certain Irish Registered Aircraft, as a Consequence of Sanctions Relating to the Conflict in Ukraine
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Clover Aviation Capital delivers the sixth of ten Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to Aeromexico
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Dublin Airport Celebrates New Aurigny Route To Guernsey
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Ireland West Airport announces new charity partners for 2022 and the return of the 5k Runway Fun Run
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Irish Air Corps role in Covid and Ukraine crises recognised
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ONMT, Ryanair Announce 10 New Summer Routes linking Europe to Morocco after signing record-breaking partnership 
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Tweet Picks:

@David_Slotnick American Airlines expects capacity to be down 10-12% compared to Q1 2019, versus previous guidance of down 8-10%, citing fuel cost. It also expects increased revenue (read: fares) to make up for fuel expenses, the airline said in an SEC filing.

@David_Slotnick Delta needs to increase fares $15-20 each way to make up for increasing fuel costs, president Glen Hauenstein says at JP Morgan conference. Expects to do that on flights in Q2.

@jonostrower Given Delta’s proclivity for mixed-cabins, the A321neo is an interesting signal about what a 737 Max 10 cabin might look like. Probably looking at 180-185 seats on the slightly-shorter Boeing.

@lesliejosephs American Airlines outgoing CEO Doug Parker reiterates to @CNBC huge rebound in leisure travel demand and plans to hire ~20,000 people this year.

@lesliejosephs United is expecting 18M passengers from March 11-April 24, levels that “will approach pre-pandemic, 2019 levels” and up 70% from last year. $UAL

Video Picks:

Buffalo Airways We bought a 737-300!

Donegal Airport Aer Lingus Promo

How airspace closures triggered by the Russian war against Ukraine are impacting European aviation

Irish Air Corps Centenary Video


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