Published on July 22nd, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/07/2022

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:

OE-IOL Airbus A320-214 c/n 6282 SMBC Aviation Capital Registered at Kansai 01/07/22 ex JA05VA.

OY-YEA ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1156 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Mönchengladbach-East Midlands 17/06/22 ex XY-AJS.

OY-YFB ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1016 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Dinard-Athens 23/06/22.

VQ-BZH Airbus A320-214 c/n 3696 Goshawk Ferried Abu Dhabi-Ostrava 02/07/22 ex B-6395.

Global Aviation News:

Air Serbia to launch China flights “by year’s end”
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Chinese Carriers Eye More European Routes
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Etihad Airways expands fast self-service bag drop facilities as travel demand surges
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IAG converts 14 A320neo family options into firm orders
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SmartLynx Airlines helps tackle aviation industry crisis in Europe
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SWISS widens its range of services in its winter schedules
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TICO Board Approves Canada Jetlines as a Registered Travel Retailer and Travel Wholesaler Under the Travel Industry Act
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Virgin Atlantic Cargo temporarily delves into freighter operations
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Wizz Air President on “two expansion frontiers” and “great market response” to new Cardiff base
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Irish Aviation News:

Airlines – low-cost carriers – Ryanair to be standout in earnings season – Davy Research
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Rail spur is ‘biggest prospect’ for Shannon Airport
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Ryanair Flies Ahead Of Competitors As Largest Airline Outside The US
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Ryanair’s share of intra-European capacity up to 16%; Italy passes Spain to be #1 country market
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Shannon-based EU Consortium awarded funding to develop Unmanned Flight Ecosystem
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‘Silver lining’ for Irish tourism despite euro sliding to $1 parity against dollar
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Sky Leasing Has Completed The Sale-Leaseback Acquisition Of The First Of (10) A320neo Aircraft With LATAM
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SMBC Aviation Capital Takes $1.6bn Impairment Following Termination of Russian Leases
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Standard Chartered and Vistara close debt financing of Airbus aircraft
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SVPGlobal Acquires Full Ownership of Deucalion Aviation
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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho Korean Air CEO Walter Cho talks about progress on Asiana acquisition – expects to gain all approvals by yearend, with a new competitor found for U.S.-South Korea routes to satisfy regulators. Also discusses fleet merger implications

@AvWeekScho Korean Air CEO also discussed the merger of the three LCC subsidiaries, which will be combined under the Jin Air brand. Cho said the carrier will cut down the number of aircraft types in the merged LCC fleet – and he likes the idea of A220s for the LCC.

@AvWeekScho New faces will help lead India’s airlines out of the pandemic period. Kind of interesting that IndiGo (an LCC) gets an expat CEO from a full-service carrier, while Air India (an FSC) gets an expat CEO from an LCC.

@AvWeekScho Qantas could make equity investments in SAF initiatives, CEO Alan Joyce said at #IATAAGM. “We think it could be a good business investment … this is not money that just disappears, and [an equity stake] could be worth more in the future.”

@AvWeekScho Qantas Group sets target of using 10% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in group fleet by 2030, and 60% by 2050. Already has deals for SAF uplift in some overseas airports, and pushing for SAF industry to be developed in Australia.

Video Picks:

IAG to purchase 140 more efficient aircraft over next five years

IATA DG Willie Walsh Clear skies or more turbulent times for airlines? | Talk to Al Jazeera

Redefining the Future of Travel – 23rd Aviation Women Panel – Ladies Beyond Flying – VK Mathews

Tomasz Klimek, Head of FP&A at International Airlines Group (IAG) reveals how FP&A approaches flight challenges post COVID.


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