Published on May 25th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/05/2022

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-GVZ Airbus A330-343(F) c/n 958 CDB Aviation Delivered Dresden-London Stansted-Lleida–Alguaire 26/04/22 prior to delivery to MasAir ex B-6502.

EI-GZV ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1107 Emerald Airlines Delivered Exeter-Dublin 27/04/22 ex 2-CGCA.

LZ-DBS Airbus A320-214 c/n 3240 DAE Capital Ferried Goodyear-Mexico City 25/04/22.

VP-BSA Boeing 737-8ME c/n 60181 CDB Aviation Ferried Istanbul-Kaunas 29/04/22  

Global Aviation News:

Iceland’s Isavia expects almost 100% of 2019 traffic later in 2022, but it’s not all plain sailing
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International Airlines Group Finalizes Agreement for Up to 150 Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft 
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ITA Airways Launches the Summer Season on the French Market 
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Lynx Air Expands From Halifax And St. John’s
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Qatar Airways and Malaysia Airlines Unveil Enhanced Strategic Partnership

REGENT Announces a Strategic Investment from Hawaiian Airlines
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Saudi Arabia goes for a ‘dual-hub’ airline strategy as it targets 330m passengers by 2030
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Swoop touches down in Newfoundland with new non-stop service to Deer Lake 
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United plans to offer 71 routes this year between the US and Europe overtaking American and Delta
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap bags LOIs for sixteen Boeing 777-300ERSFs
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Dublin Airport Police and Fire Service Rowers Thank St. Patrick’s Rowing Club for Support of 250 km Charity Row Attempt
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Dublin Airport wants 71.5% rise in passenger charge by 2026
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Ei Electronics Supports Shannon Aviation Museum Expansion
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EI-NSB Airbus A320-251N Aer Lingus Delivered 
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Fresh Calls For Accelerated Change In National Aviation Policy To Benefit Shannon Airport
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Goshawk shareholders approve SMBC Aviation Capital offer
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HSE NAS – Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) RFP
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IATA DG Willie Walsh Keynote Address at Changi Aviation Summit
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Irish Tourism Postcard – May 2022
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O’Leary sees strong summer peak but cautions recovery is still ‘fragile’
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Phenomenal lessor response to 50-aircraft RFP: Ryanair [Paywall]
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Southern Airways Express CEO Stan Little is in an envious position among U.S. regionals with “more pilots than I need.” He credits the airline’s cadet program but competitors have similar offerings, so what makes Southern different?.

@ByERussell “I will take your money if you wanted to bet on the railways,” Star Alliance CEO Jeffrey Goh said of the alliance’s imminent first non-airline member that will be in Europe.

@ByERussell Lufthansa Group capacity will recover sooner than the previous mid-decade forecast, said CEO Carsten Spohr. “In view of the present strong demand dynamic, this forecast may prove too conservative.”

@ByERussell Mesa CEO Ornstein’s comments come as Republic Airways is seeking waiver from the 1,500 hour rule for trainees who go through its Lift Academy, a partnership with Cape Air.

@ByERussell Mesa Airlines CEO Jonathan Ornstein recognizes that he probably has the “strongest feelings” in the airline industry on the 1,500 hour rule. A rule he sees as “totally unnecessary that’s actually creating more velocity… more turnover.”  

Video Picks:

Eurocontrol Stakeholder Forum on dealing with summer traffic & ops impact of war in Ukraine

IAG scales back summer ramp-up

IATA Removal of Mask Mandates

I hope Delta will be a solid trade with high demand for travel, says Steve Weiss


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