Published on June 7th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/06/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 June

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 1 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 1 June

North American Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 June

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

PH-GOV Boeing 737-700 BBJ Dutch Government visits Dublin Airport

SAS Link deploys Embraer 195 on Copenhagen to Dublin route

SE-MKA ATR72-600 Braathens Regional Airlines operates Dublin Charter 

Aircraft Update:

EI-GWX Boeing 737-8CX(F) c/n 32361 Air Incheon Air Test at Dothan 22/05/22.

EI-HAC ATR72-212A(500)F c/n 674 ASL Airlines Ireland Air Test at Sofia 02/06/22 ex OK-GFQ.

EI-KBO Airbus A320-232 c/n 6311 Air Astana Delivered Tallinn-Nursultan Nazarbayev International 21/05/22 for Fly Arystan ex OE-ICE.

EI-MAE Airbus A330-343(F) c/n 964 MasAir Delivered Dresden-Mexico City 04/06/22 ex B-6501.

Global Aviation News:

Airports of Thailand hopes to turn a corner as travel restrictions are eased
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Akasa Air to be world’s greenest airline, says CEO Vinay Dube
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Comac C919 Doubles In Price
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Emirates enhances its strategic partnership with Huawei
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Etihad bets on Airbus A350 to drive demand from India
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The Canadian Transportation Agency issues final determination on whether Flair is Canadian
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Viva CEO: More Latin American Airline Mergers On Horizon
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VINCI chosen as Cape Verde airports concessionaire – beginning of the end, or end of the beginning?
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ZeroAvia Advances Regional Jet Plans; Strikes New Agreement with MHIRJ
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Irish Aviation News:

Central Statistics Office Press Statement Household Travel Survey Quarter 4 and Year 2021
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IATA DG Willie Walsh optimistic about airlines recovery as early as next year 
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Irish Air Corps could buy second-hand fighters from other European air forces, jet manufacturer says
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Neos Schedules 3Q22 Tel Aviv – Edinburgh / Shannon Charters
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New ATR72-500 Simulator at Simtech

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New travel tech opportunities are emerging from Irish firms
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New Airport Policy Will Require Tough Decisions And Sacrifices Says Shannon Group Chair
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New Aer Lingus Regional Service Between Dublin-Jersey Takes Off
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Ryanair Announces Winter Maintenance Agreement With STS Aviation Group
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Ryanair believes TAP will be sold to Iberia
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Weston Airport Video Update
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “Boeing will get back to its feet,” says Lufthansa Group Chairman and CEO Carsten Spohr in support of the beleaguered airframer in D.C. He adds with a chuckle that it’s also a “great time to negotiate prices” with Boeing. $BA.

@ByERussell Cheap London-New York flights are back with @flynorse beginning nonstops between Gatwick and JFK in August.  Sound familiar? It’s essentially Norwegian Air long-haul 2.0.

@lesliejosephs “We hire from Spirit regularly” says JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes at Bank of America transports conf. Defends proposed acquisition of Spirit again.

@Lolita_TNIE Public appear to be rushing to fly post-pandemic, going by the stats released by @AAI_Official for April. @BLRAirport almost doubled the psgr figures last month compared to prev yr. Improvement acr arpts in Karnataka.

@routesonline “In June this year we will launch a new route from Ho Chi Minh City to Frankfurt”, Bamboo Airways’ Chief Commercial Officer, Thach Pierre Hoang, is talking us through the airline’s International route developments, including expanding to Melbourne and Brisbane #RoutesAsia.

Video Picks:

AAL, DAL, LUV, UAL: Good Business Environment For Airlines, But Difficult Costs

A Tribute to the Legendary Learjet

AccorHotels CEO Sébastien Bazin: Pandemic has changed hotel business for better

Addressing pilot shortages 


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