Published on June 27th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/06/2022

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:

Icelandair enables one-stop connectivity from Dublin to Raleigh-Durham

Luxair and SCR20 announce strategic partnership in Irish Market

PLAY Airlines reconnects Dublin and Stewart International Airport through Keflavik hub 

Aircraft Update:

C-GJKK Boeing 737-8 c/n 42838 Swoop Delivered Victorville-Toronto 22/06/22 ex EI-GZD.

EI-IFD Airbus A350-941 c/n 323 ITA Airways Ferried Teruel-Shannon 17/06/22.

LV-KDR Boeing 737-86N c/n 37887 FlyBondi Delivered Lake Charles-Guayaquil-Aeroparque International 14/06/22 ex N453AC.

N20MQ Airbus A320-233 c/n 2014 Macquarie AirFinance Ferried Goodyear-San Juan-Acapulco 14-15/06/22.

Global Aviation News:

Air India Express Eyes ‘Huge’ International Expansion
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Bamboo Airways Looks To Join Alliance
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Boeing Teams with Canadian Industry to Offer P-8A Poseidon
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Bordeaux Airport To Offer Permanent SAF Supply
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BSCA welcomed 791,591 passengers during the month of May, the best result since the start of the health crisis
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Building resilience into the airport concessions business
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Cathay Pacific welcomes the extension of HK$7.8 billion bridge loan from the Hong Kong SAR Government
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Delta signs hydrogen and SAF deals as industry growth scrutinized
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Etihad goes full-reuse with new closed-loop economy meal tableware
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Helicopter Training Network Launches in Europe
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How Finnair celebrated its inaugural from Seattle to Helsinki
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Irish Aviation News:

Finance Minister Says Government Will ‘Make Case’ To Preserve Heathrow Slots At Shannon
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Jackson Square Aviation Announces New Deliveries to Cebu Pacific Air
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Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary says summer fares will be up 7-9% on 2019 levels
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Ryanair Welcomes EU Parliament Vote To Apply ETS To All Long-Haul Flights Departing EU
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Schiphol Flight Restrictions Throttling Air Connectivity Benefits in the Netherlands – IATA DG Willie Walsh 
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‘We always need to think outside the box’ – Considine defends strength of Shannon Airport’s marketing
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WFW advises clients on NAC Chapter 11 restructuring
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ZenaDrone officially launches in Ireland with its ZenaDrone 1000 ‘octocopter’ aircraft
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99.7 percent of CityJet’s revenue comes from SAS [Danish]
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Tweet Picks:

@SpaethFlies For those who wonder: Sir Tim Clark told me he won’t leave his post as @emirates  President before March 31, 2023 at the earliest. By then he’ll be 73 years old, and I very much hope he keeps to inspire the industry.

@SpaethFlies “Having @berlinairport mostly cut-off from intercontinental traffic doesn’t make sense to me, as does @easyJet  cutback at #BER” says @emirates  CEO Tim Clark, still hoping to see EK serve the German capital.

@SpaethFlies “If we ever order a new type it’ll be the @Airbus #A321XLR” @airBaltic CEO @Gaussm tells me at #IATAAGM. “The Baltics are Europe’s only Region without direct longhaul links.” #avgeek.

@SpaethFlies “I had to soften my stance on ruling out the #A380 @lufthansa, with 777-9 delayed we might bring in 777-300ERs or reactivate A380 for summer 2023, decision until July 2022” says CEO Carsten Spohr #IATAAGM #avgeek avgeek.

@SpaethFlies“Not taking up our #Boeing787 would be beneficial for both sides, for us the #Boeing777-9 is much more important” says @emirates CEO Tim Clark now. He doesn’t currently expect either before 2025 #IATAAGM #avgeek.

Video Picks:

Air France-KLM CEO Ben Smith: Airports unprepared for summer rush

Korean Air CEO Walter Cho: We converted passenger planes to cargo

Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr: Shares optimism about the future of the airline industry

TAP CEO Christine Ourmières-Widener: We plan to make a profitable, sustainable business


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