Published on August 29th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/08/2022

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

Hangar 6 Blog Posts:

ASL Airlines Ireland Boeing 737-400F Transferred to West Atlantic UK

PLAY Airlines Connects Dublin and Washington Dulles for Summer 23

United Airlines Introduces Boeing 777 capacity on Washington Dulles to Dublin route

Aircraft Update:

EI-GYF Airbus A330-232 c/n 5090 Macquarie AirFinance Ferried Lourdes-Montpellier 23/08/22.

N592CC Boeing 737-86N c/n 39401 Avelo Airlines Delivered Shannon-Bangor-Orlando 19-20/08/22.

N30646 Boeing 737-8K2 c/n 30646 Titan Aviation Leasing Ferried Shannon-Bangor-Miami 18/08/22 for P2F conversion.

Global Aviation News:

Alaska Airlines launches new program to advance sustainable aviation fuels through corporate partnerships, shared learning
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Japan’s Feel Air Holdings to Order up to 36 ATR Aircraft
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People are prioritising travel spend – booking short haul and searching long haul the preference
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Rolls-Royce & Hyundai Motor Group Sign MOU To Lead The Way In The Advanced Air Mobility Market Using All-Electric Propulsion And Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology
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Strong second quarter propels DXB’s H1 traffic to 27.9m passengers
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The Government of Canada and industry partners taking action to reduce wait times at Canadian airports
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VietJet Adds More India Routes
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Western Europe Becomes Largest Regional Market
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Irish Aviation News:

ActionZero Saves Cork Airport €4m In Energy Costs
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Aer Lingus has no plans to cut winter flight schedule
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CDETB Finglas Training Centre and Atlantic Aviation Group Training, in collaboration with Dublin Aerospace, Commence Aircraft Landing Gear Technician Traineeship
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Flybe increases Belfast flights for winter season
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Plant tour: ÉireComposites, Galway, Ireland
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Ryanair Adds Over 1 Million Seats To Its UK Winter Schedule
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Ryanair passed departure tax on Hungarian family, authorities cannot help
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Shannon Group – Aviation Networking Event
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell India’s largest airline, IndiGo, is unconcerned about new domestic entrants, Akasa Air and Jet Airways. “We see no irrational behaviour by anyone, everyone’s behaving sensibly,” CEO Ronojoy Dutta said, adding that only 7% of Indians fly today.

@ByERussell IndiGo CEO Ronojoy Dutta specifically named Tel Aviv and Africa as places where the airline wants to expand.

@ByERussell “I think, to some extent, we’ve traded the Covid bug for the travel bug — people are traveling like crazy to tourist destinations,” @IndiGo6E CEO Ronojoy Dutta said Wednesday during the airline’s June quarter results call.

@ByERussell“I wish we had more aircraft … If we had more aircraft, we’d fly to more destinations.” Good problems for India’s largest airline, IndiGo.

@ByERussell Air Canada sees “solid” demand trends in the third quarter, and no signs of an economic slowdown, says commercial chief Lucie Guillemette during the airline’s Q2 results call.

Video Picks:

The US Global Jets UCITS ETF co-creator says airlines are returning to profit due to high demand

Travel Insurance Takes Off After Spike In Cancellations, Lost Luggage

US Airlines announce new international flights while domestic routes get cut

We are big fans of Delta Air Lines, says Citigroup airline analyst


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