Published on June 28th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/06/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

SPARTA – Monthly Newsletter June

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 June

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 27 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 27 June

North American Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 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:

F-ORMU ATR72-212A(500)F c/n 855 Loganair Delivered Dinard-Aberdeen 25/05/22 to become G-LMRY.

LY-MLJ Airbus A320-232 c/n 2210 Avion Express Ferried Vilnius-Hamburg 31/05/22 ex EI-EUA.

N892SM Boeing 737-8GP c/n 39862 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Alice Springs-Darwin-Kuala Lumpur-Malé-Cairo-Tallinn 16-18/06/22 ex PK-LZR.

N895SM Boeing 737-8GP c/n 39825 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Alice Springs-Darwin-Kuala Lumpur-Malé-Cairo-Tallinn 16-18/06/22 ex PK-LZU.

Global Aviation News:

Air France and Delta Air Lines launch trans Atlantic shuttle service between New York and Paris
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Airbus A321XLR takes off for the first time
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A.P Moller – Maersk completes acquisition of Senator International
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Asia-Pacific Remains On Course For Strong Rebound
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British Airways Restarts Cargo-Only 787 Routes To Asia
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JCDecaux India wins exclusive ad rights at Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru for a further 12 years
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JetBlue Introduces an All-New Way to Take Flight Through Its Award-Winning TrueBlue Loyalty Program
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Jet2 reduces Jersey schedule after reviewing demand
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Securing the future: how a growing, stronger, sustainable WestJet benefits Canadians
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Statement from Airlines for America on the EU Parliament’s Disappointing Decision to Amend the Emissions Trading System
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Vietjet Plans More A330s For Larger Long-Haul Network
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Irish Aviation News:

A turbulent recovery for Irish tourism and air travel
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Air Canada Resumes Vancouver – Delhi Service from 1 October 2022 via Dublin
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Cloudcards Aviation Software signs long-term contract with Cargo Aircraft Management
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Dubai Airport retail king Colm McLoughlin goes above and beyond the call of duty free
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Embraer Signs a Firm Contract with NAC for up to 10 Passenger to Freight Conversions 
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Griffin Global Asset Management Announces the Purchase and Leaseback of a Second Airbus A320neo with SKY Express
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Inflight Dublin chosen by Drukair for the provision of IFE Content and Wireless services
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Irish airspace activity to soar next year, says IAA boss
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Ireland West Airport Recovery is faster than anticipated
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Irish Aviation bounce back – Cityjet CEO Pat Byrne & Goodbody Director Aviation Specialist Joe Gill 

Ryanair to fly to 32 destinations from Paphos in winter
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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho Malaysia Airlines is in final stages of negotiations for a 20-aircraft widebody order to replace its A330s, the airline’s CEO told me in an interview before the #IATAAGM in Doha. He says a deal is likely to be announced by mid-July.

@ByERussell EasyJet is not sitting out the European airline recovery, even with the current operational issues. The airline will boost its firm A320neo family orderbook by more than half under a deal with Airbus.

@ByERussell “Everybody underestimated the speed of the rebound. “Industrial action, understaffing, and air traffic control issues are are conflating Europe’s travel woes, reports @joshposaner  and @CamGijs.

@ByERussell ITA Airways took delivery of its first A350 from Airbus. The aircraft is leased from Kuwait’s ALAFCO Aviation Lease and Finance Company. The A350 is due to enter service on flights between Rome and Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, and Sao Paulo in June.

@ByERussell It’s back to the future for Norwegian Air. The airline has signed an agreement in principle for 50 737-8s — a plane it previously had orders for but shed during its restructuring.

Video Picks:

Airline demand returned quicker than most anticipated: Citigroup analyst

Akasa Air Launch By July-End, CEO Vinay Dube Tells NDTV

Boeing CEO David Calhoun Says Aviation Supply Chain Is ‘Fragile’

Brian Gallagher, Cork Airport – Travel Industry Roadshow


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