Published on May 30th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/05/2022

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:

Boeing delivered seven 737MAX-8200 to Ryanair in April

Emerald Airlines Expands ATR72-600 fleet as network grows

Hibernian Airlines signs contract with ITA Airways 

Aircraft Update:

OE-IRW Airbus A321-253N c/n 7847 SMBC Aviation Capital Registered at Prague 24/05/22 ex N761AV.

OE-IWW Airbus A320-214 c/n 6257 SMBC Aviation Capital Registered at Kansai International  24/05/22 ex JA04VA.

OE-LAS Airbus A320-214 c/n 8798 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Prague-Ostrava 28/05/22 ex PK-LZK.

Global Aviation News:

AirBaltic ‘Optimistic’ Over Summer Rebound
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Air Serbia deploys A330 on European routes

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“Any Consolidation Is Good Consolidation” – Sun Country President Welcomes Spirit-Frontier Merger
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ATR paves way for next generation of its best-selling aircraft

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AURA AERO and AELIS join forces to act on the decarbonization of aviation
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Avion Express extends its partnership with SunExpress for 2022 summer season
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EasyJet’s Seasonal Flexibility ‘Here To Stay’
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Flying with Delta this summer? Here’s what to know and how to prep
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IATA Canadian Government Must Act to Reduce Delay Situation at Canadian Airports
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ICAO Latest air traffic forecasts illustrate encouraging recovery and higher growth in global air travel 
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Regional Expands its Belfast Base With New Routes to Exeter and Glasgow
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AFTA’s new Pilot Careers cinema advert set to air before Top Gun: Maverick movie
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AIA Cargo Announces New GSSA Partnership With TAP Air Cargo for Dublin
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Avolon to add 15 aircraft via SLB [Paywall]
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Boeing to back Dubliner’s drone software
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CDB Aviation Further Expands Relationship with Avianca
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IAA playing its role in post COVID economic recovery with busy summer 2022 ahead
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Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary seeing very strong summer bookings 
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Shannon Group CEO Mary Considine Believes Full Airport Recovery Still ‘Some Way Off’
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Tweet Picks:

@ATWOnline China’s two largest airlines are not providing a clear roadmap on their future with the Boeing 737 MAX, offering no indications on when the aircraft may return to service, or even if they will take deliveries at all.

@bernardlavelle Matt Klein, EVP/CCO of Spirit Airlines, speaking today at the @CAPA  America’s aviation summit says they are seeing higher fares much further out from day of travel, which is translating into higher revenues @CAPA_Aviation #airlines #airports.

@ByERussell A sign that American is confident 787 deliveries will resume? American will begin pandemic-delayed DFW-Auckland flights in October.

@ByERussell “This weekend is of course Memorial Day weekend … the first true of what the summer will look like,” American Airlines revenue chief Vasu Raja says at an investor conference. By this, he means both demand and airlines’ ability to deliver operationally. $AAL

@ByERussell “We’re encouraged what we’re hearing from Boeing,” American’s Raja says of when 787 deliveries could resume. But, he is clear that the airline has no timeline for when those deliveries could resume. $AAL.

Video Picks:

AFTA – Discover the Maverick in You

ALTA – CCMA & MRO Conference 2022 – Cartagena, Colombia

Corporate Travel Is Back To Pre-COVID Levels | Madhavan Menon, Thomas Cook

Etihad A350-1000 Business Class Review – Business Traveller


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