Published on March 29th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/03/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 March

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 March

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 28 March

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 28 March

North American Newsletter 28 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:

EI-DAO Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33550  Incline Ferried Lasham-Lleida–Alguaire 25/03/22.

EI-DCF Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33804 ASL Airlines Belgium Ferried Lasham-Almaty International-Tianjin 22-23/03/22 prior P2F conversion.

EI-HEY Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62307 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 25/03/22.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic Offers 92 Routes This Summer
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Air Canada Announces the Acquisition of 26 Airbus A321neo Extra-Long Range Aircraft
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Air New Zealand is off to the Big Apple
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American Airlines Officially Launches Reimagined AAdvantage Loyalty Program, the Gateway to a World-Class Customer Experience
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Early Retirement of Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, Ethiopian Group Chief Executive Officer
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Etihad Airways’ transformation continues to deliver results with 41% improvement on Pre-COVID performance
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Finnair updates flights for summer 2022: strong offering for Europe and North America; Mumbai as a new route in Asia
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JetBlue snags slots for London-Boston flights
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WestJet Group to Acquire Sunwing Vacations and Sunwing Airlines, Delivering Greater Value and More Sun Destination for Canadians
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Regional commences services from Belfast City to Birmingham
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‘Bonnie’ Breaks to Edinburgh taking off this Spring from City of Derry Airport
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Delta Airlines to introduce Airbus A350-900 aircraft on Atlanta-Dublin route effective 1st August 
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Dublin Aerospace Signs Long-Term Channel Partner Agreement with Honeywell
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Exeter to North America air link via Dublin set to boost South West overseas trade
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First Flights to Ireland, April 1912
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Ryanair committed to continuing Kerry Dublin route
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Supporting Ukraine and maintaining air safety – IATA DG Willie Walsh
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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineFlyer Aeroflot is getting creative to operate international flights. It’s spinning up a hub in Sochi using Russian-built Superjet 100 aircraft that nobody will want to repossess or impound. Flights operate to 17 destinations in Armenia, Egypt, Israel, Kazakhstan, Turkey and Uzbekistan.

@ByERussell Aeromexico has exited Chapter 11.”As we move forward, we will not only continue to streamline our Company to become even more sustainable, resilient, and competitive, but we will also significantly expand our network and fleet,” says CEO Andres Conesa.

@ByERussell Alaska Airlines “honestly would love to accelerate” the timeline for removing its last A320s, said CFO Shane Tackett. The current plan has them replaced with 737 Maxes by end-2023 or early-2024.

@ByERussell Gol sees yields 30% higher than 2019 this spring, and that’s without the return of most corporate travellers from blue chip commodity companies like Petrobras and Vale. 

@ByERussell “In the end, we respond to consumer demand,” said VivaAerobus CEO Juan Carlos Zuazua on growth at Mexico City’s new Felipe Ángeles airport. Most say the new airport needs better transport links, and air service incentives to take-off. @chrissiemurray.

Video Picks:

Laois Festival of Flight, April 7th to 10, 2022

Ricardo Dinis, TAP Air Portugal – Travel Industry Roadshow

“Ryanair is back in force in Morocco”- Ryanair DAC CEO Eddie Wilson

Scoot CEO Campbell Wilson says recovery from the pandemic is not a matter of if, but when 


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