Published on July 19th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/07/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Redelivery Management

SPARTA Monthly Newsletter – July

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 July

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18 July

North American Aviation Newsletter 18 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:

PR-AIS Airbus A330-243 c/n 1492 Força Aérea Brasileira Delivered Dublin-Fort Lauderdale 13/07/22 to become FAB 2901.

VQ-BGM Boeing 737-86N c/n 38043 GECAS Ferried Istanbul-Oslo 23/06/22.

2-GOTG Boeing 737-84P(F) c/n 32604 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried East Midlands-Shannon 24/06/22.

9A-KOR Boeing 737-8GJ c/n 34899 ETF Airways Delivered Shannon-Geneva 24/06/22 ex 2-BBRV.

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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Global Crossing Airlines Announces European Summer Wet Lease Program with TUI fly Netherlands
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KLM repays remainder of loan to Dutch government
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Lufthansa reactivates Airbus A380− First flights expected from summer 2023
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Pratt & Whitney and Embraer Complete 100% SAF Flight Testing of GTF-powered E195-E2 Aircraft
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SEA Airport Celebrates Turkish Airlines Launch
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The status of the Airbus A380 fleet worldwide

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UK Net zero transatlantic flight fund
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Vertical Aerospace Secures Pre-Delivery Payment Commitment From American Airlines
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Irish Aviation News:

Nordic Aviation Capital Closes $400m Warehouse Facility
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Ryanair announces new routes and calls for an incentive program at Vienna [German]
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Shannon taskforce to assess green aviation fuel potential
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Significant Improvements Made To The Passenger Experience At Dublin Airport In June
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Boeing 737-8 MAX to Lynx Air
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Spirit AeroSystems in Belfast to play role in Airbus bid for military helicopter project
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The four questions that will decide how much of its $3.5bn insurance claim AerCap will get back [Paywall]
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TrueNoord welcomes Vinay Kasturi and Julie Faverie to the team in new financial and legal positions
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Zephyrus Aviation Capital Marks First Half of 2022 with Strong Commercial Activity and Continued Growth
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Tweet Picks:

@HowardSlutsken New ULCC Canada Jetlines has completed Transport Canada demo flights, plans to begin ticket sales “imminently” and start operations “in the next few weeks,” via @SkiesMag.

@jlo_said Michael O’Leary speaking to @KayBurley ‘the government couldn’t run a sweet shop. We’ve been locked up for two years, a traffic light system that didn’t work and airlines are hamstrung by government who will not allow EU workers to fill jobs Brits do not want’ #Travel.

@lesliejosephs CEO Ed Bastian said the revenue-starved airline industry, including Delta stretched itself too thin, when it saw demand surge this spring. “We pushed too hard.”

@WandrMe A year ago airlines saw passenger count recovery outpacing revenue. Today Delta reports Q2 revenue at 99% Yo3, on 82% recovery of capacity. Domestic revenue is up 3%, int’l at 81% of Yo3. TATL and LatAm markets exceeded Yo3 levels in June. When borders open demand returns. $DAL

@WandrMe Iceland’s @PLAYairlines  hit a 79.2% load factor in June, its highest to date, even as capacity continues to grow. It now operates 3 A320neo and 3 A321neo. The carrier also started hedging fuel, with 30% Q3 and 15% Q4 covered by contracts.

Video Picks:

Travel And Tourism Unaffected By High Fuel Prices: EaseMyTrip Founder Prashant Pitti

Travel outlook: The cost of leisure and business trips in 2022

Trivago CEO Axel Hefer: Demand for vacation still strong despite inflation

United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby on rising airfare, summer travel outlook


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