Published on April 28th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/04/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

SPARTA April Newsletter

Certificate Program Aircraft Pre-Purchase Inspection /Sales Assistance

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 April

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 April

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 25 April

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25 April

North American Newsletter 25 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:

EI-GZY ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1087 Emerald Airlines Delivered Toulouse/Francazal-Exeter-Dublin 08-09/04/22 ex VH-FVZ.

OE-LDX Airbus A320-214 c/n 5874 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Seletar-Colombo-Muscat-Cairo-Ostrava 07-08/04/22.

VQ-BTC Boeing 737-8MA c/n 43662 Avolon Ferried Istanbul-Teruel 06/04/22.

Global Aviation News:

AIA Releases Technology-focused Sustainability Report
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Amber Aviation Receives Gulfstream G450s from NetJets
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Gulfstream Delivers First Dallas-completed G600
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Jet Linx Expands Pilot Pipeline with ATP Partnership
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NetJets Europe Marks Milestone Jet Delivery
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Russia Relaunches Series Production of Tupolev Tu-214
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Sino Jet Expands Operations in China
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Regional Routes Feed Transatlantic Flying
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IES Signs Negev Airpark MoU With Avolon 
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Joramco Announces 5 Year Maintenance Agreement with Ryanair
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PwC Ireland announces the addition of two senior industry professionals to its Aviation Finance tax team
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Ryanair Unveils New Route Connecting Paris to Agadir for Summer 2022
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Ryanair will be protected from rising fuel costs due to hedging, claims boss
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Shannon Airport Awarded Airport Carbon Accreditation
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TUI Airways UK NS22 Ireland Operations Update 
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Tweet Picks:

@PaulByrne66 “Tourism is the opposite of war. Flying is a part of peace keeping.” Carsten Spohr of @lufthansa @A4Europe @FlightGlobal.

@PaulByrne66 Trauma changes spawns new segments of demand. The global economy will get over the current crisis says Sir Tim Clark of

@emirates Corporate Travel will and is returning #CAPASummit.

@PaulByrne66 We have gone wrong somewhere as an industry if customers are more willing to pay more for the taxi ride to the airport than the 4 hour flight to their destination. We must take our product more sought after says Peter Glade, CCO of @SunExpress.

@SeanM1997 Biman Bangladesh Airlines are looking to stop its new Dhaka – Toronto route in Manchester and potentially offer fifth freedom flights subject to approval starting from June 2022* Biman are also looking at New York flights with a stop in Manchester.

@Vinamralongani The world’s largest long haul airline – @emirates  plans to operate 85 #A380’s from its fleet of 119 such  aircraft this winter. This is rather encouraging and a sign that demand for international travel be returning sooner than expected.

Video Picks:

United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby: ‘Very Unlikely’ Mask Mandates Return On Planes

U.S. Airlines Rally on Travel Demand

We have no non-stop competition for 98% of our routes, says Breeze Airways CEO David Neeleman

Why U.S. airlines are flying high


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