Published on July 6th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/07/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Celebrates a Bonanza of ISTAT Certified Senior Appraiser Qualifications

Certificate Program Aircraft Maintenance Reserves Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 July

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 July

North American Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 July

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus introduces a second flight from Dublin to Washington Dulles, restores LAX to network

EI-GEY Airbus A330-202 Aer Lingus Ferried Ciudad Real to Nimes

Emirates resumes its daily service from Dublin to Brisbane via Dubai

Aircraft Update:

EI-ECL Boeing 737-86N c/n 32655 Rise Aviation Co Ferried Ulaanbaatar-Muscat-Naples 15-17/05/22.

HL8306 Boeing 737-8AS c/n 40308 T´way Air Ferried Seoul-Jakarta 25/05/22 ex EI-ENZ.

HL8500 Airbus A330-343 c/n 1072 T’Way Delivered Xiamen-Seoul 21/05/22 ex VQ-BCV.

OE-INZ Airbus A319-131 c/n 2375 Stellar Aircraft Leasing Ferried Ciudad Real-Madrid 19/05/22 ex ZS-SFI.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic announces new winter destination – Marrakesh
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Air Serbia puts focus on secondary destinations for growth
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BLR Airport unveils luxurious ‘080 passenger lounges’
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Cleaner, Greener Airports: Billy Bishop International Airport, Nieuport Aviation
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Emirates wins Best Wi-Fi and Best Food & Beverage at 2022 APEX Regional Passenger Choice Awards
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Etihad Aviation Training partners with FTEJerez
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Finnair and Gevo Enter into Sustainable Aviation Fuel Sales Agreement
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flydubai prepares for a record-breaking summer
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IATA Statement on CAA Decision on Heathrow Charges
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North East Asia Sees Growth as China Adds Seats
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South East Europe & the UAE : A Market Emerging From Nowhere
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Irish Aviation News:

Aero Capital Solutions Continues To Expand Freighter Program With Six Additional B737-800SF Conversions
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American Airlines / AerLingus Expands European Codeshare Network in late-June 2022
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APEXX Global partners with Ryanair to transform payments ahead of post-COVID travel boom
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Cardiff Airport welcomes Aer Lingus back to Wales with Belfast City service
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Christoph Mueller steps down as Chairman of the Swissport Board
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daa Annual Report 2021
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Elix Aviation merges with ADARE Aviation Capital to create Abelo
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Formation of LEVL Leasing
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Interview with David Swan, SAR International
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Kerry Airport Welcomes daa Onward-Transfer Facility For Passengers Flying To Dublin
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‘Let’s relax a little’ – IATA’s Willie Walsh says airlines will see their way through problems
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New Emerald Airlines Belfast City route for Southampton Airport
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Ryanair NW22 Network Additions Update – 20JUN22
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Tweet Picks:

@jonostrower Gulfstream completed a two-hour first flight of the G800, an incrementally modified G650ER making it capable of flying 8,000 nm in a single flight – more than enough to satisfy the aspirational and barely flown edge case routes sought by their owners.

@jonostrower JetBlue, frustrated in having lost Virgin America after forcing Alaska to massively overpay, now appears hellbent on doing the same for Spirit.

@jonostrower This is a geopolitical earthquake if a similar magnitude order for Boeing doesn’t follow. 292 A320neo family aircraft for 4 Chinese Airlines. This one has been in the works for years. China still has yet to clear both the return of the 737 Max or the resumption of new deliveries.

@jonostrower Within the fabric of the fight for Spirit is an allegory for the American experience in 2022. JetBlue’s struggle is a symptom of a larger American shift as the middle-class shrinks.

@lesliejosephs “The biggest issue is what’s going to happen with air traffic control,” says Frontier CEO Barry Biffle tells  @SquawkCNBC. “We are seeing elevated friction from air traffic control.” Airlines, FAA have been finger-pointing over the causes of flight delays.

Video Picks:

IATA AGM 2022: Sir Tim Clark, president, Emirates Airlines

Indonesia Says Garuda to Refocus on Domestic Travel

Turkish Airlines boss hails efficient planes amid fuel woes

Volotea’s special 10th anniversary aircraft


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