Published on August 10th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/08/2022

Hello All,

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:

EI-NSB Airbus A320-251N c/n 10786 Aer Lingus Delivered Ostrava-Shannon 05/08/22.

OE-IDD Airbus A320-214 c/n 6335 SMBC Aviation Capital Registered at Kansai 03/08/22 ex JA814P.

OE-IXF Boeing 737-86N c/n 34258 ASL Aviation Registered at Liege 03/08/22 prior to P2F conversion ex PR-GZZ.

Global Aviation News:

Raymond James to launch coverage on five major eVTOL OEMs
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RECARO Aircraft Seating BL3710 selected for IndiGo’s new A321N, A320N aircraft
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Safran Expands Presence and Industrial Footprint in India
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United Airlines intends to keep its lead in transatlantic flying
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U.S. Travel Demand Holds Strong Despite Inflation, According to OAG Survey
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U.S. updated list of foreign-produced commercial aircraft exported to Russia in apparent violation of export controls
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Virgin Atlantic elevates customer experience revealing state of the art Airbus A330neo
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Irish Aviation News:

More summer travel chaos as Flybe axes Belfast flights
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New joint title sponsors on board as NI International Air Show prepares for take-off
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Ryanair celebrates 12 months of Boeing “Gamechanger” in Milan BGY
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Ryanair ramps up Lauda base Zagreb
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Ryanair Will ‘Not Accept Any Excuses’ On Boeing Delivery Delays
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Boeing 737-8 MAX to Lynx Air
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Talk Travel – 27th July 2022

Tony Tully, Director, Ground Operations, Swissport UK and Ireland Opening Statement to Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications Committee – 26th July 2022

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TrueNoord leases second Embraer E190 to Cobham Regional Services
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Europe’s new SAF standards, approved by the European Parliament last week and headed to the EU equivalent of the legislative reconciliation process, focuses on waste products and synthetic sources for sustainable fuels.

@ByERussell Remember when American Airlines went big on Cuba service in 2016, only to retrench to just Havana after Trump took office?. Well, the DOT just awarded American frequencies to launch Santa Clara, Holguin, Matanzas-Varadero, Camaguey, and Santiago flights from Miami in November. The 5 new Cuba routes will complement American’s existing 6 daily Miami-Havana flights.

@ByERussell Supply chain issues are a big driver of aircraft production delays at Airbus and Boeing. “We’re hoping to catch [up] with Airbus by the end of this year … but definitely no later than early next year at the latest,” a P&W executive told @jonostrower.

@flysrilankan SriLankan Airlines and Ethiopian Airlines enter into a new codeshare partnership, thereby widening your horizons and travel options with convenient connectivity to Addis Ababa, Johannesburg, Cape Town &  Sao Paulo, via Dubai, from Sri Lanka.

@jetairways From all of us at Jet Airways, we wish you all success @AkasaAir ! Today is your day, and your sky! Look forward to joining you there soon!.

@ShivamVahia It is so nice to see India’s budding AvGeek community. A true benchmark of what a small section of India has managed to achieve, economically. This is my 75 celebration.

Video Picks:

Farnborough International Airshow 2022 Highlights

Federal Aviation Administration approves Boeing’s 787 inspection

Frontier Airlines to break ground on new facility at DIA

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