Published on May 23rd, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/05/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Launches fin-S Online Asset Valuations

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 May

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 16 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16 May

North American Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 May

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Titan Airways operates Frankfurt-Dublin Airbus A321P2F cargo charters

Turkish Airlines deploys Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft on Dublin-Antalya route

United Airlines goes double daily on Newark-Dublin route 

Aircraft Update:

N195PG Airbus A321-231 c/n 1952 Merx Aviation Finance Ferried Montpellier-Shannon-Bangor-Lake City 21-22/04/22 for P2F conversion.

N921NC Embraer 170 c/n 17000092 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Tuscan-Mojave 11/04/22 ex XA-GAZ.

N683TA Airbus A320-214 c/n 4906 Seraph Aviation Ferried  Roswell-Bangor-Keflavik-Perpignan 11-13/04/22.

Global Aviation News:

Middle East jet fuel suppliers boost exports as Europe’s air travel demand surges
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New Zealand’s border will now be fully reopened by the end of July
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Norwegian Eyes 100-Aircraft Fleet Within Two Years
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SAS CEO And President Anko van der Werff Interview
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Textron Aviation Celebrates First Delivery Of The New Cessna SkyCourier To Launch Customer Fedex Express
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The European Commission has announced plans to digitalize the Schengen visa process
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TUI Group expects strong travel summer 2022
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United Airlines says FAA has cleared 52 Boeing 777s to fly again after they were grounded for engine failure
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Air Announces Its Intention To Form A New Airline In Malta
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Irish Aviation News:

Direct flights to Dublin secured
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IATA DG Willie Walsh calls on Asia-Pacific countries to ease COVID restrictions to help region recover
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Incoming Shannon Group Chair Conal Henry Concerned Dublin Is Sucking Air Traffic Out Of Rest Of Country
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Inflight Dublin’s new partnership with Gladi8tor Gaming
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Investec partners with WNG Capital in air freight transaction
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Joint Committee on Transport and Communications visit Shannon Airport and the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA)
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Passenger numbers continue to recover at NI airports as TUI announce direct flights to Orlando
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Ryanair’s director of sustainability on SAF, Max, offsets and ensuring ‘the polluter pays’ [Paywall]
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Ryanair Reports Full Year Loss Of €355 million 
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Ryanair to launch new route from Bournemouth to Malta
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Schiphol is becoming a hub of SAF supply in Europe. United is the latest to sign an offtake agreement at the airport

@ByERussell “The midwest of Brazil is Azul’s country.” 30% of Azul’s capacity doesn’t touch Brazil’s main triangle compared to single-digits at Gol and LATAM. That’s proved a boon for the airline.

@ByERussell Wow, Republic Airways is seeking an exemption from the 1,500-rule so pilots could begin flying at 750 hours. That’s one definite way to increase the supply of pilots. h/t @aerology_ai.

@ethanklapper Some very bullish summer travel numbers just out from @united. “We anticipate the Memorial Day travel period* will be among our busiest days of 2022 thus far, and expect travel over the Fourth of July period** to be even busier.”

@miller22 What is fascinating in Republic’s request for an exemption from the 1,500-hour rule is that they don’t reference the pilot shortage at all.  A different tactic of pursuing diversity and inclusion could put the current congressional blockers on their heels.  Whatever works.

Video Picks:

India Resumes All International Flights, Move May Bring Airfare Relief

Inaugural Etihad A350 flight Abu Dhabi to Paris! Just how nice is this airplane?

Southwest Airlines reports first-quarter earnings, beats revenue estimates

Southwest Airlines CEO Robert Jordan: We’ve faced real constraints in hiring pilots


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