Published on August 19th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/08/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

SPARTA Monthly Newsletter – August

Certificate Program Aircraft Redelivery Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 August

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 August

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15 August

North American Aviation Newsletter 15 August

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Air Astana appoints AVIAREPS as GSA for Irish Market

Delta Airlines introduces flagship eco-efficient Airbus A350-900 aircraft to Dublin

EL AL Israel Airlines analysing potential of new Tel Aviv-Dublin route

Aircraft Update:

EI-DBM Boeing 777-243 c/n 32782 EuroAtlantic Airways Ferried Roswell-Chicago-Amman 13-16/08/22.

M-MWYL Airbus A330-343(F) c/n 1401 Air Hong Kong Delivered Dublin-Bahrain-Hong Kong 12-14/08/22 to become B-LDU.

VP-BDV Airbus A330-243 c/n 1508 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Perpignan-Dublin 15/08/22 for painting into Força Aérea Brasileira colours. 

Global Aviation News:

Airport as a Destination From a Mere Transit Point
Read more:

Atlas Air Extends Partnership with Qantas Freight
Read more:

Gevo, Inc. (GEVO) CEO Patrick Gruber on Q2 2022 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
Read more:

Hope Air Welcomes Amex GBT’s Patrick Doyle to National Advisory Council
Read more:

It’s critical for Air Canada to get the problems at Pearson resolved: Airline analyst Helane Becker
Read more:

Mercado Libre’s new S. American air cargo network mirrors Amazon model
Read more:

More demand for travel insurance among flyers, finds Leger survey
Read more:

MHI RJ Aviation Group (MHIRJ) announces authorized Service Facility with Air Nostrum
Read more:

Rolls-Royce Sees Jet Engine Demand Boosted by Long-Haul Revival
Read more:

TAP Air Portugal sees massive 526% increase in traffic between Europe and Brazil
Read more:

The A380’s biggest supporter is asking Airbus to build a new super jumbo
Read more:

Uncovering the Vueling Story
Read more:

Vietnam Airlines to start freighter unit, convert A321s to cargo jets
Read more:

With 12.4% female pilots, India has twice as many women pilots than US
Read more:

Irish Aviation News:

Airline In Focus: Aer Lingus
Read more:

Ryanair NW22 Network Additions Summary
Read more:

Ryanair no longer axing Lauda’s Airbus A320 leases
Read more:

Ryanair reports Q1 profit of €170 million as traffic recovers strongly post Covid but a lower fares
Read more:

Ryanair resumes operations in Asturias
Read more:

SVPGlobal Expands Investment Team with Addition of Dedicated Aviation Professionals
Read more:

Walkers Advises Secured Creditors on Norwegian Air Irish Examinership
Read more:

We live by the 3D’s. If it is Dull, Dirty or Dangerous a Drone should be doing it” Avtrain CEO & Founder Julie Garland
Read more:

Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “It will be extremely slow going as Boeing works to deliver its inventory of around 120 787s … [reworking the aircraft] remains an extremely time-consuming and laborious process.” Don’t expect a regular tempo to 787 deliveries, writes @jonostrower.

@ByERussell Spirit Airlines schedules may be limited by ATC staffing and other constraints, but that it is still plans to grow at impressive rates: up 14% y/3y in Q3, and up 25% y/3y in Q4. $SAVE.

@rafat Biggest learning of dinner for me: Indian source market has completely changed forever with pandemic, of scale you won’t not see anywhere else: domestic market is gangbusters, record numbers for all players when foreign travellers haven’t even started coming in big numbers yet.

@raisinganchor .@TurkishAirlines is looking to expand its network with new destinations in Europe, Africa, Russia and Pakistan. The airline was planning to start flights to #Sialkot before covid. Subject to govt approvals, #Istanbul – Sialkot should commence soon IA. #AvGeek #Aviation #Travel.

@sean_oneill Hyatt saw a record level of leisure travel demand in the most recent quarter.  Yet July data points to group business coming back faster than expected.

@sean_oneill “Viator’s second quarter revenue grew 240 percent year over year to $136 million with improved demand in European travel part of the reason.”

Video Picks:

Airlines Need To Meet The Obligations Of Their Customers, Says Transportation Secretary

Why are major airlines cutting service to smaller airports?

Willie Walsh Report of the Air Transport Industry

7 Hour Transatlantic on Narrow body – Aer Lingus A321LR + Ireland Tour

777 Cockpit arrival with ATC OBBI-VHHH


About the Author

Comments are closed.

Back to Top ↑