Published on April 11th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/04/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insight: The growing importance of dedicated air freight carriers to global supply chains

Certificate Program Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 April

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 April

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 April

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 April

North American Newsletter 4 April

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Norwegian restarts Copenhagen-Dublin route, with return of 737 MAX:

Ryanair launches new route between Dublin and Nimes:

WestJet connects Toronto to Chicago and Dublin this summer:

Aircraft Update:

CS-TTL Airbus A319-111 c/n 1100 TAP-Air Portugal Ferried Lisbon-Ireland West Airport Knock 07/04/22 for part-out.

N240NC Embraer 170 c/n 17000024 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Tuscan-Mojave 06/04/22 ex XA-ALG.

N968AS Boeing 767-3WO c/n 28149 AerSale Ferried Istanbul-PSM-Roswell 01/04/22 ex VP-BRE.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada contemplates Rouge’s next phase

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British Airways agrees five-year deal to operate Jersey-Heathrow
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BIS Takes Enforcement Actions Against Three Russian Airlines Operating Aircraft in Violation of U.S. Export Controls
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Canada Jetlines to Begin Operations at Toronto Pearson International Airport
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Emirates airline to continue operating to Russia for now
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Jet Airways Coming Back With Premium and No Frills Hybrid Model
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Kenya Airways urges consolidation to boost African aviation
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Spirit Airlines to Begin Discussions with JetBlue Airways
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings – Weathering an extreme business shock – Davy Research
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Aer Lingus strengthens transatlantic network for UK travellers
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ASL Orders Up to 20 Additional 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters to Drive Environmental Sustainability
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Birr Breakfast Fly raises €20,000 for Offaly St Vincent de Paul
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Enterprise Ireland announced as Headline Partner of co-located FTE Dublin 7-9 June
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Ethiopian Airlines Leases Two Dash 8-400 aircraft from TrueNoord
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Ryanair announces nine new summer routes from Malta including to Milan, Lourdes, and Zagreb
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The Department of Transport Support Scheme for Licensed Outbound Travel Agents and Tour Operators Scheme
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Transcript of Willie Walsh IATA DG Remarks at 6 April Press Briefing
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Airbus is waving off concerns about its planned A320 and A350 production increases despite constraints on the supply of titanium, reports @munnikrishnan.

@ByERussell China’s zero Covid policy continues to “wreak havoc on domestic air travel” — and Boeing’s best laid plans for the 737 Max — reports @jonostrower.

@ByERussell EasyJet is making progress acquiring slots at key airports across Europe, including Milan Linate and Porto. But CEO Johan Lundgren described a measured approach to post-pandemic growth focused more on up gauging, than capturing share in new markets.

@ByERussell Implementing the stalled Single European Sky initiative could cut airline emissions by as much as 10-15%, said EasyJet CEO John Lundgren. It’s among the asks by EU airlines in exchange for the bloc’s Fit for 55 emissions legislation.

@ByERussell It’s official: @JetBlue will begin daily service between Boston and London Gatwick on July 19, and London Heathrow on August 22. The news comes nearly 3 years to the day of JetBlue unveiling its London ambitions.

Video Picks:

A4E Aviation Summit 2022 CEO Debate with Richard Quest

Air Fares Usually Decrease Every time capacity is increased: Jet Airways CEO Sanjiv Kapoor

A JetBlue-Spirit merger could take competition out of East Coast, says CFRA’s Colin Scarola

China’s Lockdown Hurts Global Tourism, Says Harteveldt


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