Published on April 1st, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/04/2022

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-SIL Airbus A320-251N c/n 10764 SAS Airlines Ireland Delivered Toulouse-Copenhagen 17/03/22.

N1137 Airbus A320-232 c/n 2602 DAE Capital Registered at Amman 07/03/22 ex TC-JUK.

OE-ILP Airbus A320-232 c/n 2863 AerCap Ferried Sofia-Ostrava 08/03/22 ex LZ-BHH.

Global Aviation News:

Amazon rapidly expands European freighter operations
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British Airways Summer 2022 Short Haul Schedule At Gatwick
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Delta CEO Ed Bastian to deliver commencement address at University of Georgia
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Emirates to re-instate pre-pandemic flight frequencies to India from April
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flydubai to operate flights to select destinations from Dubai World Central during northern runway refurbishment project at Dubai International
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GetJet Airlines Inks Long-Term Agreement With Corendon Airlines
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IATA Welcomes Spanish Government Rejection to Raising Airport Charges for COVID Losses
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Iberia restores 85% of 2019 summer levels of capacity as demand grows 
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405 routes have been operationalised under UDAN till now: MoCA
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Irish Aviation News:

Ryanair and Wizz Air lead adding seats for summer
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Ryanair to fly to Stockholm and Biarritz from Cologne/Bonn airport
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Shannon Airport DAC lodge plans for electrical substation
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Squawk 7000 – Together4Safety – Are you ready for 2022
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There are calls for a train station at Dublin Airport, which would serve every city in Ireland 
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VAH Announces the Further Strengthening of the Management Team; Appointment of General Counsel
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World continues to open up to travel as COVID-19 moves into the endemic phase- IATA DG Willie Walsh
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Tweet Picks:

@David_Slotnick The theme here would be “let bygones be bygones.” The Delta-Boeing-Bombardier spat over the C-Series (now A220) was messy. But for the right price and the right equipment, it looks like Delta and Boeing are ready to move forward.

@ethanklapper United CEO Scott Kirby in December: “As much as we like getting EAS money when we fly to markets, I’d much rather take those funds and put them into the infrastructure to create training for pilots…”

@HPSInsight Over the last year, nearly 5K new commercial airline pilots were certified—less than half of the ~11.5K pilots that US airlines want to hire in 2022. Estimates place the shortfall at as many as 12K pilots in 2023, via @ByERussell.

@loriara Things are looking up for #MWAA on the airline revenue side — revenues are up 43.1 percent compared to a year ago — non-airline revenue (concessions, etc.) up 84.5 percent. Non-airline revenue largely driven by high demand for parking.

@LuxuryTravelled A flybe Mk2 was always going find competition. EI Regional under Emerald out of Belfast (which is going to be fierce). However, when airlines like Loganair are charging extremely high fares in some cases – this isn’t competition.

Video Picks:

Irish companies hoping Aer Lingus flights resume out of Hartford

Interview with Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) GCFO – Madam Boo Hui Yee

ITTN Out & About Alan & Michelle

ONMT-Ryanair partnership: Exclusive interview with Ryanair DAC CEO Eddie Wilson


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