Published on July 18th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/07/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Maintenance Reserves Management

SPARTA Monthly Newsletter – July

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 July

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12 July

North American Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 July

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Dublin and Seattle reconnected by Aer Lingus

EI-GUO ATR72-600F ASL Airlines Ireland delivered for FedEx operation

Ireland’s Supply Chain enhanced by new Cargolux service to Shannon Airport

Aircraft Update:

C-FULJ Boeing 737-8 c/n 42847 Lynx Air Delivered Victorville-Calgary 14/07/22 ex EI-GZN.

EI-IFF Airbus A350-941 c/n 282 ITA Airways Delivered Toulouse-Rome Fiumicino 13/07/22.

EI-SIN Airbus A320-251N c/n 10629 SAS Connect Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Stockholm Arlanda 15/07/22.

F-HUYI Boeing 737-86N c/n 38039 Transavia France Delivered Dublin-Paris Orly 12/07/22 ex 2-RLGG.

Global Aviation News:

Aegean Airlines adds seven new international routes from Athens in S22 but drops at least 11
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Condor To Fly To Iceland For First Time
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Corendon expanding its leisure network across Europe; flights to Greece and Turkey still dominate
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Delta Air Lines To Keep Growth In Check
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easyJet seat recovery rate at 89% in July; some domestic markets, Greece, Portugal, Turkey growing
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Transavia now twice as big as Air France at Orly; serving over 90 destinations non-stop this summer
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Volotea adds second aircraft to Lille base; now selling flights to 24 destinations in seven countries
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Western Europe’s top 10 international market pairs this summer
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Irish Aviation News:

Aergo Capital announces the acquisition of one (1) A320-232 on lease to Jetstar Japan
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IATA DG Willie Walsh: ‘Govt’s Covid policy flip-flops scuppered aviation recovery’ 
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Inflight Dublin chosen by Philippine Airlines to provide Wireless IFE trial
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Irish Air Corps Saves Lives With Medical Flights

JMK Group secures €70m refinance of Holiday Inn at Dublin Airport
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Kerry Airport returns to profit on State supports and private jet business
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Lauda Europe extends A320 leasing contracts until 2028
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NAC have signed an agreement to lease seven E175/E190 aircraft to LOT Polish Airlines
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Ryanair to restore Zagreb network
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The Airline Pilot Club announces partnership with Skyborne Airline Academy
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Tweet Picks:

@AkasaAir We are pleased to announce the receipt of our Air Operator Certificate (AOC). This is a significant milestone, enabling us to open our flights for sale and leading to the start of commercial operations.

@AvWeekScho ANA has confirmed an order for 20 737-8s + 10 options (initially announced in 2019), to be delivered from FY2025. ANA has also converted two of its 20 777-9 orders to freighters (777-8Fs), for delivery from FY2028.

@BoeingAirplanes To support the continuing strong demand for the 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter (BCF), we’re adding a second conversion line at our London Gatwick MRO facility! The surge line will begin 737-800BCF conversions in November. #FIA2022.

@ByERussell American reports Scope 1 carbon emissions (ie, direct emissions) of 28.8 million metric tons in 2021. That’s down 30% compared to 2019, which shows American is reducing emissions at 10 points greater than the 20% decline in departures. $AAL.

@ByERussell Emirates and Heathrow Airport reached a deal on capacity caps. “Emirates has capped further sales on its flights out of Heathrow until mid-August to assist Heathrow in its resource ramp up, and is working to adjust capacity.” – @emirates.

Video Picks:

A look at the tourism economy in Canada, By The Numbers

Akasa Air Gets License From DGCA

Consumers are still spending their money on vacations: Delta CEO Ed Bastian

Delta CEO Ed Bastian on summer disruptions: We had a rough six weeks


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