Published on April 12th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/04/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
Market Insight: The growing importance of dedicated air freight carriers to global supply chains
Certificate Program Engine Lease Management:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 April:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 April:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 11 April:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 11 April:
North American Newsletter 11 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:
EI-HMW Boeing 737-8200 c/n 65891 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 08/04/22.
EI-LNG Boeing 787-8 c/n 35314 AerCap Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Shannon 07/04/22 for Norse Atlantic Airways.
EI-GZG Boeing 737-8 c/n 63976 Swoop Delivered Woensdrecht-Keflavik-Victorville 08-09/04/22.
Global Aviation News:

Brussels Airlines CEO Frustrated By New Passenger Tax

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Emirates to spend $1.5 billion to retrofit aircraft with premium economy seats
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Etihad and Abu Dhabi Airports team up to launch Etihad Guest’s ‘Miles on the Go’
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LEVEL Launches Low-Cost Long-Haul Service To Barcelona From Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston
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No Frills Attached: More U.S. Air Travelers Opt For Ultra-Low-Cost
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Norwegian Air ramps up capacity for summer
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Virgin Atlantic predicts return to profit in 2023 after taking sustained Covid hit
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Why dnata is at the forefront of a ground handling revolution
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus still has to battle headwinds
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Air Lease Corporation: A Better Buy Than AerCap
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Amedeo announces the appointment of Isabelle Floret to its Board of Directors
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Chamber CEO Insists Benefits Of Flying Shannon Outweigh Cost
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Dublin Airport Welcomes New Turkish Airlines Route to Antalya
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Pipistrel and Lobo sign partnership and place order for 15 Nuuva V300 hVTOL aircraft
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Ryanair expects summer fares to be 5-10% higher than in 2019
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SSP celebrates Irish-American ties with Whiskey Bread Bar opening at Dublin Airport
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Tweet Picks:
@ByERussell Looks like Ocho Rios, Jamaica, is getting its first-ever nonstop to the U.S.  American Airlines plans new twice-weekly service from Miami with an E175 from Nov. 5 this winter, per Cirium. $AAL.
@ByERussell Ryanair is “liberally” spreading its new 737 Max deliveries across Europe this summer when it plans to fly 15% more capacity than in 2019. But growth is focused in markets where competitors have made deep cuts, said CEO Michael O’Leary.
@ByERussell United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby wrote Congressional leaders asking for a “robust blender’s tax credit for SAF” in a new clean energy incentive package. 3 months ago the airline flew a 737 to Washington half powered by cooking oil-derived fuel.
@lesliejosephs Spirit is launching crew bases in Miami and Atlanta this year as it takes on rivals. Move comes after Spirit has studied adequate staffing needed after a summer meltdown last year. $SAVE.
@lesliejosephs “There’s a ceiling at which people will be able to swallow this kind of fuel expense” @AveloAir founder/CEO Andrew Levy tells CNBC. “It won’t just be in travel” Says “optimistic we’ll be able to pass it through” to travelers, though. Focus on U.S. market in the airline’s favour.
Video Picks:

Cowen’s Helane Becker says she’s not 100% convinced on JetBlue-Spirit deal
Fmr. Continental CEO discusses JetBlue’s bid for Spirit and the travel landscape
Frontier-Spirit Airlines merger ‘made a lot more sense’ than JetBlue deal: Analyst
Indian Airline Operators Expected To Add 110-120 New Aircraft Every Year


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