Published on April 25th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/04/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

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

SPARTA April Newsletter

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:

Brussels Airlines Airbus A320 operates Dublin Charter in Red Devils Livery

D-AEUC Airbus A321-211P2F Lufthansa Cargo operates first commercial service to Dublin

PHL Airport celebrates return of Aer Lingus route to Dublin

Aircraft Update:

G-SHRS Boeing 737-8B5(F) c/n 29984 West Atlantic Airways Ferried Shannon-Waddington 29/03/22 in BAe Systems Corporate colours ex N299AS.

TR-ATR ATR72-212A(500) c/n 833 Afrijet Ferried Malta-Toulouse-Toulouse/Francazal  31/03/22 for P2F conversion ex EI-FXU.

VP-BBU Airbus A319-112 c/n 1630 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Istanbul-Shannon-Keflavik 30-31/03/22.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada and Air Canada Cargo Inaugurate Freighter Service Into Halifax
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Air Serbia Eyes Egypt, Turkey Flights
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ATR Further Expands Upgrades Offering
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Athens : American Airlines expands seasonal flying, exceeding pre-pandemic levels this SummerRead more:

Breeze To Launch Transcon Flights From New York’s Westchester County
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Emirates increases flights to Algeria
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Irish Aviation News:daa Appoints Atkins to Deliver Buildings & Terminals Work
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Flybe commences flights from Belfast City Airport
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Jackson Square Aviation Announces Head of Asia Pacific Role
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Ryanair plans further growth in Croatia in “near future”
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Ryanair grows significantly in Marseille Provence
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SMAE Student Mentors Appointed to Build a Plane Northern Ireland Project
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Tourism Ireland SOAR (Situation & Outlook Analysis Report) April 2022
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Thompson Aero Seating plans future airline seat designs
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Tweet Picks:

@simonasbartkus This summer season @Ryanair will have the highest number of flights ever from Vilnius: up to 82 weekly departures.  @airBaltic now to be 2nd largest airline in Vilnius by the number of departures: up to 67 weekly flights, when @wizzair moves down to third: up to 55 flights.

@SquawkCNBC “We are looking at a second quarter where it will be the record of all revenues. It is a tremendous turnaround,” says $AAL CEO Robert Isom. “Demand is going to continue.”

@tedreednc United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby: “There aren’t enough pilots, at least for the next five years years,” for airlines beyond the big three. The shortage will help United boost total revenue per available seat mile, he says.

@thesheetztweetz SpaceX announces its first deal to add Starlink satellite internet to an air carrier’s planes, signing with semi-private charter JSX, as the company jumps into the inflight WiFi market.

@_ZachGriff Good news for @united ‘s new long-haul Hawaii routes: they’re getting extended! Newark – Maui and Chicago – Kona will be operated in Winter 2023. Despite the continued success, UA isn’t ready to call them permanent. “We continue to keep a close eye on these routes,” it told me.

Video Picks:

airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss: We will be the first to return to Ukraine

Airlines are seeing ‘positive momentum,’ but there are concerns, says Jefferies’ Sheila Kahyaoglu

Airline French Bee expands its low-cost routes

Alaska Airlines CEO Ben Minicucci: We had the highest sales in March as flight demand skyrocketed


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