Published on August 23rd, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/08/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:


Certificate Program Engine Lease Management:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 August:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 August:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 22 August: 
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 22 August:
North American Aviation Newsletter 22 August
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Emerald Airlines bases fifth ATR72-600 at Belfast City Airport
SAS Connect (Ireland) adds 7th new Airbus A320neo to growing fleet
Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) operates Irish Football charter flights
Aircraft Update:
EI-MNG Boeing 737-8 c/n 43795 MIAT Mongolian Airlines Position Buyant-Ukhaa International Airport-Krakow-Tunis 16-17/08/22 on wet-lease to Tunisair.
YL-BAJ DHC8-402 c/n 4309 Air Baltic Ferried Riga-Billund 19/08/22 on return to Nordic Aviation Capital.
OE-IAX Boeing 737-8 c/n 62093 Jin Shan 9 Ireland Co Registered at Woensdrecht 17/08/22 ex PK-GDA.

Global Aviation News:
China’s travel & tourism sector to create more than 30M jobs
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Future of 737-10 MAX clouded by Calhoun: What it means
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GE Announces Changes to GE Aviation Senior Leadership Team
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How to build a runway for role models – IATA
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ICAD namedmaster system integrator for India’s Noida Airport project
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Interview: Malta’s Growing Aviation Appeal
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Jazeera Airways expands to six destinations in Saudi, opens two new services to Abha and Hail
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REX To Purchase National Jet Express, Regional Services Arm Of Cobham Aviation Services Australia
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Tourism Ministry Launches National Strategy for Sustainable Tourism, Responsible Traveller Campaign
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings – In-line results get better upon examination  – Davy Research

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Council: Legal agreements being drawn up for investment into Waterford Airport
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EasyJet continues to expand presence at Belfast City Airport
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Folk and Brennans Bread Targets Returning Tourists in Dublin Airport
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Revenue yet to return to pre-Covid levels at Dublin Aerospace as turnover drops 14% [Paywall]
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Ryanair has no new plans at this stage for Ireland as it adds 500 flights at Stansted Airport
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Ryanair ‘Looking At Opportunities’ For New Shannon Summer Routes
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Tweet Picks:
@ByERussell Delta also warned that the Max 10 isn’t certified by year-end, or a critical flight deck design waiver isn’t extended, the order could be in jeopardy. We “urge everyone — Congress, the FAA — that that commonality is the bellwether for us.”
@ByERussell El Al could prove a winner from the reopening of Saudi airpsace to Israeli airlines. Now, without lengthy detours around the country, El Al could expand competitively to India, Southeast Asia, and elsewhere.
@ByERussell European discounter Wizz Air to resume Moscow flights in October with its subsidiary based in Abu Dhabi, where there are no sanctions against Russia.
@ByERussell Small airports are in a tough spot. Contour Airlines CEO says that, without support from programs like the DOT’s essential air service, margins from many will not meet the economics of higher pilot pay as airlines work to ease the shortage.
@ByERussell South America’s new airline group, Abra, is beginning to come together with Viva Air applying to Colombian authorities to merge with Avianca under the Abra umbrella. Both airlines will continue to operate separately.
Video Picks:

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