Published on May 9th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/05/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Appoints Ian Clark as Advisor – Asset Management

Certificate Program Aircraft Pre-Purchase Inspection /Sales Assistance

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 May

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 3 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 3 May

North American Newsletter 3 May

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Emerald Airlines uplifts capacity on Belfast City – LBA (Leeds Bradford Airport) route  

PLAY Airlines reconnects Dublin and Baltimore/Washington International (BWI) with new Keflavik connection

Ryanair adds Genoa (Italy) and Rovaniemi (Finland) to Dublin route network for Winter 2022

Aircraft Update:

N889SM Boeing 737-8GP c/n 39881 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Alice Springs Airport-Darwin-Tainan 05-06/04/22 ex PK-LPR.

N890SM Boeing 737-8GP c/n 39877 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Alice Springs Airport-Darwin-Tainan 05-06/04/22 ex PK-LPQ.

OE-IWQ Boeing 737-8 c/n 43926 Sky High Leasing Ferried Boeing Field-Shannon-Toulouse/Francazal 06/04/22.

Global Aviation News:

Air France-KLM bullish about recovery in coming quarters
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Boeing, Air Works conduct heavy maintenance checks on 3 Indian Navy P-8I aircraft
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European aviation recovery hits new high; international capacity is key
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First delivery Airbus A321XLR slips to early 2024
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Japan Airlines targets a quicker return to profitability
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Lufthansa considers options to substitute delayed Boeing 777-9s
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SWISS takes off with Google Cloud to make its flight operations more efficient and sustainable
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Traffic at Keflavik International Airport approaching Pre-Pandemic Levels
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus aims to break even in 2022 as IAG hails ‘strong return’ of business travel

Almost 2.4 Million Passengers Passed Through Dublin Airport in April
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Aviation-themed Mobile STEM Classroom launches at Dublin City University
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Avolon CEO Dómhnal Slattery says Boeing has ‘lost its way’
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Irish Government challenged on Derry Airport
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Podcast: IATA DG Willie Walsh On Challenges Airlines Are Facing Ramping Back Up
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Ryanair to be opportunistic in financing MAX jets, says CFO
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Tweet Picks:

@POLLYLYONS_ @SimonCalder  talks about the ups and downs of the indecisive government throughout the pandemic which quite frankly caused so much confusion and unnecessary pain for the travel industry. #AdvConf2022 @AdvantageHQ.

@jonostrower While North American and European airlines are bursting at the seams, it’s a phenomenon unique to the Western Hemisphere. There’s still a long way to go on the other side of the planet.

@jonostrower “We’re seeing mass cancelations again, and airlines are reducing schedules. Fares are through the roof, and people like to talk about oil but that’s not why. The problem is we have more people wanting to fly than we have seats,” @miller22  tells @cnntravel.

@JohnHendel 5G standoff between AT&T/Verizon and FAA “won’t be completely resolved by this summer,” DOT Sec Pete Buttigieg tells Senate “A top concern”. “We are doing everything we can to pursue the technological solutions that I think will be an ultimate long-range fix for this”.

@60Minutes Wisk Aero is also very confident about its eVTOL, even though it will be more complicated to bring to market because it’s fully autonomous. Wisk CEO Gary Gysin says a self-flying aircraft will be safer because most plane accidents involve human error.  

Video Picks:

Alaska Air and Disneyland® Resort join forces to unveil epic Star Wars-themed aircraft

Delta Airlines (DAL) Leads Return To Travel Trend

Future of Flair Airlines still up in the air amid review of Canadian ownership requirements

New airline gets ready to fly in South Florida ahead busy travel season


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