Published on June 24th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/06/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Announces Exciting Changes Within The Leadership Team

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

SPARTA – Monthly Newsletter June

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 June:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20 June

North American Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 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-GYP Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 35137 SMBC Aviation Capital Registered at Norwich 01/06/22 ex EW-543PA.

SX-OBP ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1033 Olympic Air Delivered Montpellier-Athens 10/06/22 ex OY-YCS.

2-VVOT Boeing 737-8FE c/n 33801 Bocomm Leasing Ferried Lasham-Vilnius 07/06/22 ex VH-VOT.

9H-GFP Boeing 737-89L c/n 29878 Luke Air Ferried Katowice-Bucharest 14/06/22 ex EI-GFP.

Global Aviation News:

Barcelona, Zurich To Join Saudia’s Network
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Boss of BA owner blames ministers for airport disruption
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Cathay Pacific set to double network as Hong Kong Covid curbs are relaxed
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CPH traffic report: Eight out of ten travellers are back
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Honeywell’s Legendary Boeing 757 Test Aircraft Turns 40 Years Old
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London Gatwick acts to ensure reliable flight timetables so that passengers have certainty this summer
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Interview With David Neeleman Achieving Great Altitudes With Great Attitudes
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Viva believes the airline consolidation story in Latin America is far from over
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Virgin Atlantic sales boss expects ‘one of our best summers’
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WestJet and Aero Design Labs set out to reduce emissions and increase fuel efficiency of Boeing 737-700 aircraft
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Irish Aviation News:

Cork flight training school seeking new Mavericks
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Datalex launches new product – Datalex Pricing AI – to enable airlines to price in real-time and at scale
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Dillon Eustace LLP advises secured lenders in the restructuring of Nordic Aviation Capital
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Dublin initiative to help drone use take off in Irish public services
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Elix Aviation Delivers two ATR 72-500s to VoePass
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Griffin Global Asset Management Announces the Agreement to Purchase and Leaseback Seven Airbus A320-200neos and Two Airbus A321-200neos with JetSMART
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How Michael O’Leary can stop the flying blame game
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Inflight Dublin to expand Wireless IFE services with Wideroe
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ORIX Aviation completes the transition and delivery of the first of two Boeing 787-9 aircraft to LATAM Airlines Group S.A.
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Ryanair DAC CEO Eddie Wilson: Admires Swedish taxpayers’ patience of SAS Airlines
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “Fuel represents a higher share of the trip cost for a long-haul route like Orlando than shorter haul routes. Current high fuel prices make Orlando less attractive.” Frankly, this is what a disciplined airline does in response to high fuel prices.

@ByERussell Good explainer on the U.S. pilot shortage from @miller22. One thing that’s often misses: captains need at least 2,500 hours so new hires at regionals with 1,500 hours are stuck in the right seat for another 1,000 hours.

@ByERussell IAG’s commitment to up to 150 Boeing #737Max aircraft is “very good for the group. We are analysing now where to better place those planes,” said Iberia CEO Sánchez-Prieto. A placement decision is coming by the fourth quarter.

@ByERussell .@PHXSkyHarbor  is back to 95% of pre-pandemic numbers and on its way to a record breaking 50 million passengers next year.  But airport director Chad Makovsky says his top problems are “workforce, workforce, and workforce.”

@ByERussell Since oil prices jumped, airline executives around the world have expressed confidence they can pass on the added expenses to travellers. Not so much in India, where IndiGo CEO Ronojoy Dutta fears a demand hit from higher fares, reports @munnikrishnan.

Video Picks:

Fund Lobby Urges Hong Kong to Drop Travel Quarantine Measures

How Airbus transforms the Airbus A330 aircraft into a A330 MRTT

Spirit Airlines CEO Ted Christie Wants Shareholders to Vote For Frontier Takeover

Vancouver’s 60 year old electric seaplane!


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