Published on July 26th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/07/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Redelivery Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 July

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 25 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25 July

North American Aviation Newsletter 25 July

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Dublin Airport handles 2.8 million passengers in June, Cork Airport revises upwards passenger forecast

Gainjet Ireland receives UAS operational approval from IAA

Ryanair links Dublin to Asturias from 2 November

Aircraft Update:

B-221Q Boeing 737-86N(F) c/n 32689 Jiangsu Cargo Airlines Delivered Shanghai-Nantong 19/07/22 ex N253GE.

EI-HDG Airbus A319-111 c/n 1579 Genesis Lease Ferried Dubai-Sofia-St Anthan 22/07/22 ex VP-BBG.

EI-RDF Embraer 175 c/n 17000337 Azorra Aviation Ferried Enschede-Exeter 20/07/22.

M-ABRD Airbus A330-243 c/n 926 AFG Aviation Ireland Ferried Beirut-Teruel 14/07/22 ex OD-MED.

Global Aviation News:

Are flights from Connecticut to Jamaica in the state’s future? $2 million is being offered as an incentive
Read more:$2-million-is-being-offered-as-an-incentive

Airbus advances A220-500 strategy around transcon and possible second engine
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Busiest airports by seat capacity Jul-2022: World, Europe, International – status quo being restored
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Cargolux Selects 777-8 Freighter as Preferred Replacement for 747-400 Fleet
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Carlyle-Led Investors Weigh Sale of World’s Largest Seaplane Firm TMA
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Delta adds state-of-the-art, fuel-efficient Boeing 737 MAX to fleet
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Emirates, IATA Chiefs Want New Ultra-Big Airliners
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Etihad Airways becomes first airline to partner with University of Cambridge Aviation Impact Accelerator
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Irish Aviation News:

Aviation finance professionals team up to launch aircraft lessor FWCAS
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AviLease Takes Off With Launch Event & Announcement Of First Aircraft Leasing Agreement With flynas
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CDB Aviation Executes Sale and Leaseback Transaction with New Middle Eastern Customer Jazeera Airways
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Celebrating 15 Years in Éire – “Abu Dhabi to the World” now Daily with Etihad Airways
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DAA receives boost to have new runway restrictions eased
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Northern Ireland’s two main airports are among the most punctual for flights in the UK according to a new investigation 
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Operating all-weather SAR on Ireland’s coast
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Tour America founder and CEO Mary McKenna is Magnified Magnified with Matt Cooper

Tweet Picks:

@aaiagtairport #GoodNews A three member team from Akasa Airlines visited Agartala Airport for feasibility studies as they planned to start flight connection from Agartala to Guwahati/Bengaluru sector. The flight operations is likely to start from last week of Aug/1st week of Sept 22.

@AvWeekScho Singapore Airlines continues to set pace in Asia-Pac intl recovery – group capacity was at 61% of 2019 levels in May, up 4pp from April. Pax load factor at 78.2%, up 5.5 points from April. The big difference vs certain others in Asia-Pac is govt approach.

@BoeingAirplanes We’re proud to continue our long-standing partnership with @Fly_Norwegian as we officially confirm its re-commitment to the 737 MAX with 50 737-8s on order. #FIA2022.

@David_Slotnick Boeing Commercial CEO Stan Deal declines to give a date for resumption of 787 deliveries, but says it’s “very close,” describing it as the ninth inning of a ballgame. “And I don’t think there will be extra innings.”

@DawnGilbertson .@Delta CEO Ed Bastian admits the airline’s operations have been subpar during the past two months but says things are on the mend. Cites just 25 global flight cancellations on more than 30,000 departures in the past 7 days.

Video Picks:

Airplane shortages will last a couple of years, says Air Lease CEO John Plueger

Airlines are dealing with a pilot shortage — here’s why

Airline Introduces Intense Training Program To Address Pilot Shortage

Airlines need to make sure their networks meet customer demands, says FAA’s Bill Nolen


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