Published on May 26th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/05/2022

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:

C-FPRP Boeing 737-8FH c/n 39959 Sunwing Airlines Ferried Toronto Pearson-Belfast International 11/05/22 on summer wet-lease to TUI Airways.
EI-SIO Airbus A320-251N c/n 10813 SAS Airlines Connect Delivered Toulouse-Copenhagen 11/05/22.
EI-GCU Airbus A330-243 c/n 946 DAE Capital Ferried Brussels-Teruel 09/05/22 ex VN-A383.
2-KCBA ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1169  Chorus Aviation Ferried Exeter-East Midlands 10/05/22 ex VH-VPJ.
Global Aviation News:

A roadmap to the up-and-coming low-cost carriers

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AEI to provide Egyptair with its First Boeing 737-800SF
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airBaltic Receives its 35th Airbus A220-300
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Air France-KLM enters into exclusive discussions with Apollo for a €500 million euros capital injection into an affiliate owning spare engines
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After strong Q1-2022, Dubai International Airport forecasts 58.3m in full-year passenger numbers
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Airlines Welcome UK SAF Transatlantic Flight Plans
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Emirates CEO holds talks with Serbian PM
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Emirates signs Memorandum with South African Tourism Board to boost visitor arrivals
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Malaysia Airlines eyes Air Serbia cooperation
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Menzies Aviation secures new airlines at Los Angeles Airport

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Norwegian limits losses and protects cash position in the first quarter
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Pegasus Airlines Appoints Onur Dedeköylü as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO)
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Irish Aviation News:

A summer packed with opportunity awaits Dublin Airport

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An Irishman Abroad –  CEO Avtrain Julie Garland: Come Fly With Me
City of Derry Targets Increased Connectivity For ‘Massively Underserved’ Catchment
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DAA boss calls for higher charges at Dublin Airport as finances ‘severely compromised’
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Double Delivery: Ryanair Gets 30th & 31st Boeing 737 MAX

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Department stresses ‘strategic importance’ of controversial UHG helipad
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ICBC Aviation names new head of EMEA
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Is budget travel back – for now at least? – Ryanair CFO Neil Sorahan

ITIC Delivering a Sustainable Tourism Industry
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Ryanair must pay Italian social security for some Bergamo staff, says ECJ
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Ryanair Holdings – Strong peak, cautious tone – Davy Research
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Tweet Picks:

@BoeingAirplanes 4 new #BBJ 737 MAX orders for 2022 so far! We’ll be sharing insight into the record-breaking business aviation market, along with new designs at #EBACE2022 in Geneva, Switzerland.
@ByERussell IATA and other groups say a redesign of airspace over Mexico City to accommodate the new airport has led to “a very worrying situation”, with an increase in ground proximity alerts.
@ByERussell Southwest Airlines aims for 400 daily departures from @DENAirport  in coming years with the 16 new gates that open in coming weeks. Denver “became our largest operation in the middle of the pandemic.”
@JM_Scindia Had a detailed discussion with Mr Hamid Salim VP @Sikorsky on deepening  @LockheedMartin ’s engagement with India, including developments in the helicopter sector and setting up offset and MRO facilities in India.
@Qantas We’re extremely excited to announce an order for our new domestic fleet as well as 12 A350-1000s, an aircraft designed to redefine the way we travel with the ability to fly non-stop from Australia to anywhere in the world.
Video Picks:

JetBlue’s bid for Spirit is defensive and strategic, says Gordon Bethune
Need to Re-establish Hong Kong as International City: Lee
Pegasus – 25by2025
Rebuilding the tourism sector in Durban


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