Published on May 11th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/05/2022

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:

EI-FPA CRJ900 c/n 15398 Cemair Delivered Tallinn-Heraklion-Khartoum-Johannesburg 02-03/04/22 to become ZS-CMR.

ER-AXL Airbus A319-112 c/n 2849 Air Moldova Ferried Chișinău International-Castellón 30/03/22 on return to lessor ex EI-FFY.

HB-AFW ATR72-202 c/n 409 Zimex Aviation Registered at Sofia 01/04/22 ex EI-SLZ.

VP-BLG Boeing 777-3Q8 c/n 27617 AerCap Ferried Istanbul-Shannon-Bangor 07/04/22.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic and Aegean Start Cooperation on Flights from Tampere to Rhodes
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APOC and SmartLynx collaborate to purchase four A321 airframes for freighter conversions
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Boeing Names Northern Virginia Office Its Global Headquarters; Establishes Research & Technology Hub
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Emirates takes Dubai’s vision of tomorrow to the skies, launching Museum of the Future custom A380 livery
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Ethiopian Airlines to Reinstate 3 Weekly Flights to Washington Dulles International Airport via Lomé, Togo
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European aviation: staffing adds to the list of challenges
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Eurocontrol European Network Operations Plan 2022 Rolling Seasonal Plan
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JetBlue Launches Plan to Reliably Deliver the JetBlue Experience
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Irish Aviation News:

MAAS Aviation strengthens management team and appoints Andrew Hoad to Non-Executive Director
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New Aer Lingus Regional service Dublin-Newquay takes off
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Political incompetence during pandemic has been ‘staggering’ – IATA DG Willie Walsh
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Ryanair are in talks to reopen their bases in the Canary Islands 
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The Ryanair Group: From One Airline To Five
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Those Munster Men in their Flying Machines
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Tourism Ireland SOAR (Situation & Outlook Analysis Report) April 2022
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volofin Capital Management closes a US$19m loan facility for two B737-800BCF on lease to Bluebird Nordic for a subsidiary of Aergo Capital
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Tweet Picks:

@ethanklapper Southwest is getting three additional 737 simulators later this year. $LUV

@ethanklapper Southwest COO Mike Van de Ven on masks: “Our crews deserve a break.”

@ethanklapper United CCO Andrew Nocella sees a smaller future for regional airlines at United. “We’re re-jigging the network,” he says. $UAL.

@lesliejosephs “The priority is to operate a reliably and the other priority is not to get ahead of demand,” says Delta pres Hauenstein re: conservative uptick in capacity for Q2. “We and investors love the discipline,” responds Deutsche Bank’s Mike Linenberg. $DAL.

@lesliejosephs United said it’s comfortable to its exposure to EWR given big surges in fuel in the region. Says could resort to tankering if needed.

@LuxuryTravelled For @AveloAir, starting Orlando to Baltimore means they are now playing directly on the same turf as the big American LCC’s – Frontier, Spirit, Southwest. Not quite the smaller market play originally floated.

Video Picks:

Airbnb CEO & Co-Founder Brian Chesky on ‘Substantial Demand’ for Travel

Air France-KLM CEO Ben Smith Sees a Summer of Profitability

Akasa Airlines CEO Vinay Dube Exclusive Interview | Rakesh Jhunjhunwala Airline News | CNN News18

It Will Be a Very Good Summer for Travel: Sternlicht


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