Published on June 20th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/06/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Jetstream Aviation Capital Chooses SPARTA Asset Management ERP Platform

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 June

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 13 June:

North American Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 June

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Emerald Airlines Takes Delivery Of 11th ATR72-600

More than 2.6 Million Passengers pass through Dublin Airport in May as airlines scale up operations

Ryanair Group completes first year of Boeing 737 MAX 8-200 Deliveries

Aircraft Update:

EI-GZN Boeing 737-8 c/n 42847 SMBC Aviation Capital Delivered Boeing Field-Victorville 13/06/22.

EI-HDM Airbus A320-232 c/n 7100 Goshawk Ferried Hyderabad-Cairo-Toulouse/Francazal 09-10/06/22 ex VT-TTK.

EI-HDP Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 35138 Air Europa Delivered Shannon-Palma 14/06/22 to become EC-NVJ.

LY-UNO Boeing 737-8FE c/n 33801 GetJet Airlines Ferried Lasham-Vilinus 07/06/22 ex 2-VVOT.

Global Aviation News:

Air Service One talks with Kevin Chan, Leader, Network & Business Planning, Swoop
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Archer Appoints Tom Anderson as Chief Operating Officer, Urban Air Mobility
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Europe’s airline capacity recovery takes a breather; load factor to benefit
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Global air cargo decline could again be an unwelcome portent for passenger demand
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GlobalX to operate A330 freighters
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Government of Canada and airport and airline partners making progress on reducing traveller wait times at Canada’s major airports
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Indianapolis, Best Airport in North America offers new incentives
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Kansas City, Raising expectations
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New European Aviation Group subsidiary to modify A340s
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Queensland Scraps Masks Mandate at Airports
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Salt Lake City, Crossroads of the West and World
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Swedavia and Veovo partner to introduce environmental emissions incentives
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Titan Airways takes redelivery of youngest A321P2F
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Turkish Airlines US flights up 80% versus 2019; Seattle-Tacoma becomes 12th US destination
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus has to go a bit further to attract customers to Dublin
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APEXX Global partners with Ryanair to transform payments ahead of post-COVID travel boom
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Ashland Place Announces Financing of Two Boeing 737-800s and Three Airbus A320-200s for Sirius Aviation Capital
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Athlone’s Air Ambulance Service Celebrates 10th Birthday
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Belfast City: What’s Next For The UK’s 6th Busiest Domestic Airport?
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Causeway Introduces New Lightweight Interior, Britten-Norman Is First Customer
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Dublin Aerospace Expands Operations into Belfast, Further Strengthening its Service Offering in the UK Market 
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easyJet Fends Off Ryanair Competition To Gain TAP’s Lisbon Slots
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Griffin Global Asset Management Announces the Mandate for Purchase and Leaseback of Five Boeing 737-8 MAX Aircraft with Akasa Air
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Ryanair to operate 21 regular flights from Bratislava airport in summer
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Tweet Picks:

@CAPA_Aviation .@IATA Regional VP Americas Peter Cerda: “Government needs to be more proactive and a bit more customer-centric… what you’re having now at many airports around the world is that we haven’t seen a total recovery and customer satisfaction is through the floor.” #CAPASummit.

@CAPA_Aviation Iceland’s tourism and airport traffic getting closer to 2019 levels. Transfer traffic levels also improving – an essential part of Icelandic airlines’ traffic mix.

@CAPA_Aviation .@Sabre_Corp VP and GM Latin America Ana Maria Escobar: “The systems we have today have taken the market to where it is [but] I think that we have a tech debt, leading to complexity…How can we create a modern platform which will be digitally seamless for airlines?” #CAPASummit.

@CAPA_Aviation Cargo traffic recovered to volumes above 2019 levels in late 2020 and entered 2021 comfortably above pre-pandemic levels.

@rschuur_aero Calhoun said that @BoeingAirplanes  is/will be looking good on MAX delivery rates. Once inventory is cleared.

Video Picks:

The #A321XLR rolls out from the paintshop

United – Good Leads The Way

Victoria Airport Authority – Virtual Annual Public General Meeting

We’re expecting ‘incredibly strong’ travel this summer, says Clear CEO Caryn Seidman-Becker


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