Published on April 20th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/04/2022

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 19 April

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 April

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 April

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19 April

North American Newsletter 19 April

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Airbus A330s EI-EIK, EI-EIL Enter Revenue Service

Air Baltic Airbus A220-300 Trio at Dublin Airport

Air Transat Restarts Dublin-Toronto flights

Aircraft Update:

EI-MAA Airbus A330-243(F) c/n 854 MasAir Delivered Dresden-Mexico City 14/04/22 ex A6-EYP.

F-WXAO Airbus A350-941 c/n 308 ITA Airways Painted at Shanno 14/04/22 to become EI-IFA.

N265GE Boeing 737-86N c/n 43422 GECAS Ferried Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah-Hyderabad 17/04/22 ex XY-ALG.

Global Aviation News:

Delta Air Lines Remaining ‘Nimble’ On Capacity
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Emirates to launch NFTs and experiences in the metaverse
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Ethiopian Airlines Resumes Flights to Bengaluru
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Etihad, JetBlue Seek To Deepen Codeshare Partnership
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Flight Centre acquires majority stake in TPConnects
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GA Telesis Announces the Delivery of Third B737-800SF Freighter Conversion, Second to Compass Cargo Airlines
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Global Crossing Airlines celebrates its first A321 P2F conversion by ST Engineering with door cutting ceremony
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KF Aerospace launches Aeroflyer passenger charter service
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Turkey to launch new airline dedicated to Russian tourists
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Irish Aviation News:

Dublin Airport announced as Headline Partner of co-located FTE EMEA, FTE Ancillary & FTE World Airport Retailing shows
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Ireland Local Single Sky Implementation (LSSIP) document published by Eurocontrol 
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Leinster Rugby announce Irish Community Air Ambulance as charity partner 
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Plan for paid drop-off at Dublin Airport faces appeal
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Rescue 116 Helicopter Crash Inquest to Resume in June
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Ryanair vows to “transform” Madeira with new base
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Woodgate Aviation expands its UK CAA Approved Training Organisation (ATO) 
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Tweet Picks:

@AviationNews Travel demand is returning “like a fire hydrant”, #Etihad CEO Tony Douglas said at #CAPAsummit. The airline expects to be profitable in the first quarter for the first time in its history.

@ByERussell EasyJet also secured an additional “five aircraft worth of slots in Greece”, which it plans to fly this summer. European discounters are growing rapidly in markets where legacy competitors have shrunk, particularly in Southern Europe.

@ByERussell EasyJet continues to see strong demand for the summer, maintaining plans to fly roughly 2019 capacity levels in the September quarter.  

@ByERussell American Airlines has provided an update on Q1. Revenues came in 1 pt better than forecast, capacity on the high end, and both CASM-ex and fuel on the high.

@David_Slotnick Harsh words from @IATA director-general Willie Walsh: “@grantshapps  may be the worst transport secretary ever.” Comments at #CAPASummit come in the context of government financial assistance to airlines during the pandemic.

Video Picks:

Alaska Airlines Announce Fleet Changes & More

Chrono Aviation Boeing 737-200 Classic to the Arctic

Eoghan Corry & Fran Curry. Green MEP calls for end of cheap flights

Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary interviewed by Damien O’Reilly 


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