Published on August 3rd, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/08/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Redelivery Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 August

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 August

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 2 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 2 August

North American Aviation Newsletter 2 August

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

G-EIDY Airbus A330 Aer Lingus UK returns service with Aer Lingus as EI-EDY

PAM Ireland Supports Ryanair growing Boeing 737 fleet at Shannon Airport:

Ryanair returns to Leipzig/Halle Airport, launches new route to Dublin

Aircraft Update:

M-MWYL Airbus A330-343(F) c/n 1041 ASL Airlines Ireland Delivered Dresden-Dublin 30/07/22 for painting.

N870NC Embraer 175 c/n 17000087 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Tuscan-Mojave 29/07/22.

OE-LFG Boeing 737-8 c/n 43927 ICBC Financial Leasing Delivered Boeing Field-Shannon 31/07/22.

Global Aviation News:

Air Serbia to launch a dozen new routes and “exotic” destinations
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Crop One Holdings and Emirates Flight Catering Celebrate Opening of ECO 1, the World’s Largest Vertical Farm
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L-39NG serial production is in full swing. The Czech aircraft from Aero received “full certification” and can enter global markets
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Nonstop China – Serbia flights resume after 22 years
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Norwegian & Norse Atlantic Airways agree closer cooperation
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Paris Charles De Gaulle’s Full-Year 2022 Traffic Expectations Rise
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Saudi Arabia Plans Air-Cargo Roadshows to Lure Amazon, DHL
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Saltchuk Aviation Orders Up to Four Additional 767-300 Boeing Converted Freighters
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ST Engineering and EFW Redeliver World’s First A320P2F
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Summer Airfares Show Signs of Peaking on Inflation Pressure
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Transat secures $100 million in additional funding
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TrueAero Delivers the Second of Two A330-200s to Aerolineas Argentinas
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UK Govt ‘does not know’ if COVID travel traffic light system worked despite nearly £500m price tag
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Irish Aviation News:

AerDragon Extends Leases with Air France, Air Europa and Lauda Europe
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Aer Lingus July/August 2022 Leased Boeing 777 Operations
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Allow expansion of flights to Cork to ease burden on Dublin Airport, industry boss says
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Analyst explains why Ryanair has been doing better than many airlines
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CDB Aviation Adds Airline Customer in Malta
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Deucalion Aviation extends lease of A320 with Lauda Europe
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EI-SIT Airbus A320-251N SAS Airlines Connect Acceptance Flight  
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Ethiopian Airlines Dublin-Chicago Frequency Changes Sept22-Mar23
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Ryanair reports ‘once in a lifetime’ leap in market share
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Tweet Picks:

@AERO_Vodochody Full type certification without restrictions for our #L39NG is complete. We are very proud of it! Due to the high demand, our production capacity will be fully utilized at least until 2025. We are currently in negotiations with several other customers.

@AvWeekSean The FAA has approved Boeing’s 787 inspection and rework plan, Aviation Week has learned. No deliveries yet, but a huge step on the path to resuming them.

@David_Slotnick One interesting thing here is that it takes away Frontier’s main low-cost competitor. If it can expand given aircraft supply and pilot constraints, there’s a lot of room for Frontier to position itself as the sole affordable alternative to the new “Big 5”.

@hharteveldt .@Delta expects 60% of passenger revenue will come from premium products (e.g., 1st class, Comfort+) and non-airline ticket product sales (seat assignments, bag fees, etc.) $DAL.

@jonostrower “We’re not making anything speculative for anybody,” said Rolls-Royce CEO Warren East.  “We’re not spending our dollars on new engine developments. Our new engine developments are around our business jet engines and around our UltraFan. That’s it.”

Video Picks:

Alaska Airlines hopes electronic bag tags will reduce check-in times at San Jose airport

American Airlines CEO Robert Isom: We’re trimming capacity in the coming quarters

American Airlines CFO Derek Kerr on Q2, Flight Capacity, Fuel Costs

Bray Air Show for the first time since 2019


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