Published on April 13th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/04/2022

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-GUH Airbus A320-232 c/n 4216 Super Air Jet Air Test at Goodyear 07/04/22.
VP-BDC Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40249 Avolon Registered at Shannon 01/04/22 ex ZS-ZWZ.
VP-CAU Boeing 787-9 c/n 62725 GECAS Ferried Victorville-Bangor-Abu Dhabi 06-07/04/22.
Global Aviation News:

AirAsia resumes flights from India to Malaysia, Thailand

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Emirates ramps up global operations with restart of services to four destinations
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JetBlue’s Sky-High Transatlantic Experience and Down-to-Earth Fares Arrive in Boston with Flights to Both London Gatwick and London Heathrow
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KLM nominates Marjan Rintel as new CEO
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Modal Shift Study Points To Complications In Moving From Air To Rail
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SmartLynx Airlines strengthens its leading positions in Baltic market
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Titan Aviation Investments and Amerijet International Announce Long-Term Dry Lease Agreements for Three Boeing 757 Aircraft
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Vueling Launches LEVEL Code-Share Partnership
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Wizz Air Sees Potential For 50 UK-Based Aircraft
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Works to Mitigate Losses Stemming from Ukraine War

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Hong Kong no longer top aviation hub amid tough pandemic restrictions, IATA DG Willie Walsh says city ‘off the map’
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Ireland’s daa International contracted to manage Jeddah Airport – opportunities and threats
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LCI and SMFL Double Joint Venture Fleet to US$420 million in two years
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Lufthansa Celebrates 50 Years at Dublin Airport
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Menzies Aviation renews Aer Lingus ground operations contract at Heathrow
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Ryanair Holdings – Net debt position suggests booking levels strong for the summer – Davy Research
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Stratos leases Boeing 737-800 to Jet2
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Tweet Picks:
@ByERussell After bookings were briefly “paralyzed” following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Air France has seen momentum recover and forecasts a strong summer ahead, said CEO Anne Rigail at the @skift  Forum Europe.
@ByERussell Air New Zealand is confident that long-haul travel will return, and robustly at that. The airline has set a date for its delayed New York nonstop.
@ByERussell Alaska, Delta, and United are among the few U.S. airlines that report carbon emissions. A proposed rule would force all publicly-traded airlines to disclose emissions in as little as 2 years.
@ByERussell First Finnair moved into Stockholm with new long-haul flights following the retrenchment of other carriers, including Norwegian Air and SAS. Now — in response? — Norwegian is reopening it’s Helsinki base.
@ByERussell The SEC plans to require public companies disclose carbon metrics. Airlines largely support standardized reporting, with some saying the move could “galvanize a race to lower emissions within the industry.”
Video Picks:

Alaska Airlines CEO Ben Minicucci: We’re seeing strong bookings, returning business travel
Airlines for America CEO: ‘There is no justification’ for the travel mask mandate
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker: Demand for domestic, leisure travel appears ‘robust’
Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr: Russia-Ukraine conflict causing “huge challenges”


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