Published on August 9th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/08/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation and Fabrik Announce Strategic Partnership Agreement

Certificate Program Aircraft Redelivery Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 August

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 August

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 8 August

North American Aviation Newsletter 8 August

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus to deploy new Airbus A320neo’s predominantly on London Heathrow routes

SAS Connect (Ireland) Takes Delivery Of 15th Airbus A320neo

Vueling Airlines extends Cork to Paris Orly year round, announces new Shannon route

Aircraft Update:

A6-FPE Boeing 737-8 c/n 61003 FlyDubai Delivered Boeing Field-Shannon-Dubai05-07/08/22.

EI-GUR ATR72-212A(600)F c/n 1727 ASL Airlines Ireland Delivered Toulouse-Shannon 05/08/22 in FedEx colours.

EI-SIT Airbus A320-251N c/n 10937 SAS Connect Delivered Toulouse-Copenhagen 07/08/22.

Global Aviation News:

American Airlines Announces Investment in Hydrogen-Electric Engine Developer ZeroAvia
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European air traffic domestic capacity recovery rates vary from 50% in Germany to 117% in Italy
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Jalan-Kalrock Consortium Selects IBS Software to Power Passenger Service, Booking, and Loyalty Systems for Jet Airways
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JetBlue’s 2nd European destination will be revealed this year, CEO says
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Travel restrictions drastically cut COVID-19 cases entering Canada, but didn’t stop new outbreaks: study
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Vertical Aerospace and Babcock International partner to explore new variants for the VX4
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Virgin Atlantic To Fly eVTOL Air Taxi Trials in the UK
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Vistara inducts its Third Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner; Ramps up Frequencies to Frankfurt and Paris
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ZeroAvia Secures Additional $30 Million in Funding from IAG, Barclays, NEOM & AENU
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Irish Aviation News:

Aergo Capital announces the successful delivery of two (2) B737-8 (MAX) aircraft to Batik Air Malaysia
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Analysis: the Ryanair-Wizz showdown in depth
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AV AirFinance Names Stephen Murphy as New Chief Executive Officer
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Darren Moloney, Managing Director, Sky Handling Partner Opening Statement to Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications Committee – 26th July 2022
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Deucalion Aviation sells one A320 to ST Engineering
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EI-HGF Boeing 737-8200 Ryanair Third Flight
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EI-NSB Airbus A320-251N Aer Lingus Delivered
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How Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary regained his throne as king of the skies

Ryanair August 2022 UK / Ireland Network Adjustment 
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That Makes 30 Italian Airports: Ryanair Returns To Forlì After 14 Years
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Tweet Picks:

@airlinewriter “Obviously, we’ll be taking out a loan,” (@JetBlue  President Joanna) Geraghty said. “But we feel good about our ability to pay for this.”  I think bankers want a wee bit more confidence in $JBLU’s ability to repay.

@airlinewriter Editorial board of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram to @SouthwestAir: “Y’all come on over to DFW Airport, ok?” Can’t happen before 2025.

@airlinewriter SWA chief commercial officer, explaining why @SouthwestAir serves multiple airports in LA and the Bay Area, says travellers like their “neighbourhood airport.” I’d never heard that one.

@ByERussell Allegiant Air reports a $4.4 million net profit in Q2 on revenues of nearly $630 million, a revenue record for the airline. But, as at other carriers, expenses grew faster driven primarily by fuel. $ALGT.

@David_Slotnick At the start of the Q&A, JetBlue CFO Ursula Hurley says the airline plans to take a $3.5 billion bridge loan to close the transaction with a 6% interest rate. Once the deal closes, it’ll assess long-term debt or other asset liquidation options.

Video Picks:

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky says bookings are strong even as workers return to the office

Brussels Airlines Safety Video 2022

Delta CEO Ed Bastian : Pilot contract negotiations ‘not a wage fight’

DOT Seeks To Tighten Rules For Airline Refunds


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