Published on July 11th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/07/2022

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 moving to new International Terminal at Orlando International (MCO) in September

Emerald Airlines Takes Delivery Of 12th ATR72-600, plans further Belfast City base growth

N277GX Airbus A321 GlobalX Airlines operates Shannon proving flight 

Aircraft Update:

EI-HDL Boeing 737-8AL c/n 39057 JetTime Registered at Shannon 03/07/22 to become OY-JZT.

EI-NSA Airbus A320-251N c/n 10712 Aer Lingus Ferried Toulouse-Ostrava for painting 07/07/22.

M-ABRA Airbus A330-243 c/n 1261  Sasof Aviation Ireland Registered at Châteauroux 06/07/22 ex PK-GPN.

2-CPRO Airbus A330-343 c/n 1482 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Ferried Bordeaux-Shannon 08/07/22 ex RP-C8786.

Global Aviation News:

A Boost for Aviation in China
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AAI to operate five state-owned airports in Uttar Pradesh: more comparisons with the Brazilian model
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ACJ delivers an ACJ319neo to a new private customer
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AirAsia X plans ambitious network expansion in first year route revival
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Akasa Air CEO on How India’s Newest Start-up Carrier Will Stand Out
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British Airways Appoints New Chief Operating Officer 
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Cebu Pacific wants gov’t to simplify protocols to boost recovery
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DOT Announces First-Ever Bill of Rights for Passengers with Disabilities, Calls on Airlines to Seat Families Together Free of Charge
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Emirates in talks with Airbus for quicker A350 delivery amid 777X jet delays
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Ukraine International Airlines (UIA), Grounded by War, Finds New Role Flying Poles to the Canary Islands
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Regional Services to Cardiff and Southampton Take Off From Belfast City Airport
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ASL Aviation Holdings Confirms Financial Facility Extension with Goldman Sachs
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Belfast City Airport Unveils New Caffè Nero Store
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Brash Ryanair leaves rivals in its slipstream
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Crowe floats hydrogen fuel farm idea for Shannon Airport
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EU approves Future Mobility Campus Ireland to develop aerial Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) systems
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Eurocontrol: Ryanair, Turkish Airlines and Wizz Air operating above 2019 levels in early Jul-2022
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Hong Kong’s chance of regaining aviation hub status fading ‘by the day’ – IATA DG Willie Walsh
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Kerry Airport to continue efforts to introduce Canaries route
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Delta and LATAM Airlines “accept all conditions and remedies proposed” by the DOT for approval of their U.S.-South America joint venture. 
@ByERussell JetBlue is back at BWI after, checks notes, a 2-year and 2-month hiatus.

@ByERussell JetBlue supports the DOT’s tentative approval of the Delta-LATAM JV because its condition that each carrier maintain interline agreements with unaligned airlines, like JetBlue. The airline urges the DOT to “not deviate” from its proposed decision.

@ByERussell When work began on @hkairport ‘s 3rd runway, passenger numbers topped 75 million and it was the 9th busiest airport in the world. Today, many ask whether the airport will ever be the global hub it once was. But at least it has 3 runways.

@CristinNara and the Port Authority of NY, NJ scrapped plans for a new air cargo facility at Newark Liberty International Airport, a project that local activists had criticized. Reported first by @SkylarWoodhouse.

Video Picks:

Air Cargo’s role in African Route Development

Air travel has been hit hard but there is reason for optimism Michael Deluce, president & CEO, Porter Airlines

Episode 95 – That Great Business Show – Julie Garland, Avtrain, training as drone pilot

Revenge travel will last for many more quarters to come | Himank Tripathi, EaseMyTrip


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