Published on May 24th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/05/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Launches fin-S Online Asset Valuations

SPARTA Newsletter- May 2022

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 May

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 23 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 23 May

North American Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 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:

EI-DTD Airbus A320-216 c/n 3846 Volotea Ferried London Southend-Verona 20/05/22 to become EC-NTL.

EI-HAJ Airbus A330-343 c/n 1559 AerCap Ferried Mojave-Phoenix-Shannon-Chateauroux 20-23/05/22 in Philippine Airlines colours ex RP-C8765.

EI-KEC Boeing 767-3KY c/n 42223 Air Astana Registered at Almaty International 20/05/22 ex P4-KEC.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines & airports on alert as corporate travel seeks greenest providers for sustainability drive
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Airports of Thailand hopes to turn a corner as travel restrictions are eased
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Bangalore International Airport expansion takes flight with Oracle Aconex, Primavera P6
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Collaboration Crucial To Achieving Sustainability Goals—Avinor CEO
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Comac’s C919 Doubles In Price
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Fit For 55 Risks Damaging European Connectivity—IATA
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Fitch Affirms Ratings on Chinese Banks’ Leasing Subsidiaries
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Surf Air IPO To Fund Hybrid-electric Fleet Conversions
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Irish Aviation News:

Condor state aid: EU court rejects Ryanair lawsuit
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CSO Transport Bulletin May 2022
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Guidance on the Use of Drones – Irish Data Protection Commission
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Irish business aviation lands at EBACE
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Klagenfurt wants to downgrade the fire protection category, even though Ryanair aircraft are 47 centimetres too longRead more:

Ryanair routes among Zagreb’s busiest
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WIN Travel Solutions Summer Holiday Package with Derry City FC
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With Irish owner: Eurowings Europe Ltd. registered in the Maltese company register
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Tweet Picks:

@RoutesEditor .@SunExpress has announced plans to serve @BristolAirport and @NCLairport in summer 2023. The carrier will increase overall UK and Ireland capacity by 89% capacity in S23 vs S22 #RoutesEurope.

@routesonline “Those politicians on the centre left that have been bashing aviation for the last couple of years are the same that will come back when you see less connectivity, less competition and higher prices in European markets,” warned  @A4Europe MD Thomas Reynaert at #RoutesEurope.

@routesonline“We’re looking at the whole of Europe for growth opportunities. We don’t need to grow to be profitable so we will grow in relation to demand be focused on the customer.”

@FlyrNorway CEO Tonje Wikstrøm Frislid #RoutesEurope.

@routesonline “We are totally convinced a fossil-free small aircraft will be available between 2025 and 2035 and we are aiming to be a fossil-free regional operator,” @FlyWideroe CEO Stein Nilsen #RoutesEurope.

@routesonline “We have not set our network in stone, in Europe and America we’re open to ideas. I don’t see airports as primary or secondary, it’s about which offer the best experience for the passenger and of course the best prices for us,”  @flynorse CEO Bjorn Tore Larsen #RoutesEurope.

Video Picks:

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