Published on July 20th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/07/2022

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:

N254GE Boeing 737-86N(F) c/n 32691 My Indo Airlines Delivered Shanghai-Jakarta 23/06/22.

OE-IDE Boeing 737-8 c/n 42830 AAA Max 2 Malta Ltd Registered at Mojave 14/07/22 ex EI-FYA.

OE-IIH Boeing 737-8GP c/n 38308 Corendon Airlines Europe Delivered Shannon-Cologne 11/07/22 to become 9H-CXD.

OY-YFB ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1011 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Dinard-Athens-Billund 15/07/22.

Global Aviation News:

Air Serbia to take delivery of second A330 jet in October
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Boeing sees long-term demand bouncing back after pandemic
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Chinese Carriers Eye More European Routes
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Delta Air Lines Demand Is So Strong ‘There Is A Fight To Get On The Airplane,’ CEO Says
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Eurowings Europe fleet will be re-registered to Malta from November 2022
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Icelandair: New Lease Agreements for two additional Boeing 737 MAX aircraft
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NetJets Expands Diverse Fleet To Meet Growing Demand
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The 1,500-Hour Rule Has Broken The Pilot Pipeline In The U.S.
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United Airlines takes the lead in lift to Europe
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Irish Aviation News:

Dublin Airport ranked fourth European Airport best on-time performance in July
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From Policy to sustainable implementation – the regional airline perspective Mr. Robert Campbell-Smith, Hibernian Airlines and ERA
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NAC have signed an agreement to lease six CF34-10E engines to MTU MLS
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Ryanair says saving $1.5 billion in fuel costs due to supply deals
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Seanad Éireann debate – Air Navigation and Transport Bill 2020: Committee Stage 14 July 
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SMBC Aviation Capital results for the full year ended 31 March 2022
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Spirit AeroSystems named in consortium to revitalise UK’s helicopter industry
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‘Still a great concern’ as Heathrow guarantee runs down
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Standard Chartered and Scoot sign sale-leaseback deal for two Airbus aircraft
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UK’s Loganair leases an additional ATR72-500(F) from ASL Airlines Ireland 
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Whoa! Start-up Connect Airlines is offering up to 30 pilots $250,000 — that’s quarter of a million dollars — to come fly for them. This is the airline that will connect Toronto Billy Bishop with nearby cities with Dash 8-400s. A partnership with American is in the works.

@ByERussell “While the demand and revenue landscape is the best we’ve scene, the operational landscape for the entire industry remains uniquely challenged,” Delta CEO Ed Bastian says in prepared remarks on the airline’s Q2 results call. $DAL.

@David_Slotnick Canada is reinstituting random testing on arrival air travellers. The catch: Passengers can still enter the country and take the test later, after they leave the airport.

@HofmannAviation #CEOinterview Michael O´Leary: “@Ryanair  long-established relationship with @Boeing  is, at the moment, non-existent. Boeing has completely screwed up their sales operation and the certification of the MAX 10”.

@WandrMe Some additional details on this. A regular flight cancelled due to operational challenges at LHR on 11 July. After pax were accommodated on other flights the aircraft the carrier was able to operate DL9888/11JUL to DTW with ~1,000 bags in the cargo hold.  

Video Picks:

Emerging from the Storm – #Lufthansa Group/Swiss Air Lines #Phocuswright Europe

How ‘revenge travel’ is causing packed airports, surging airfares and crowded beaches

Stimulating demand: ITIC interview with Tourism Ireland’s Siobhan McManamy

Vinay Dube Shares Akasa Air’s Goals For 2022


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