Published on September 5th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/09/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 August

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 August  

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 August:

North American Aviation Newsletter 29 August

Hangar 6 Blog Posts:

Emerald Airlines bases fifth ATR72-600 at Belfast City Airport:

Ryanair starts 737 MAX services from Ireland West to Edinburgh and Malaga

SAS Connect (Ireland) adds 7th new Airbus A320neo to growing fleet:

Aircraft Update:

D-ABUO Boeing 767-3Q8 c/n 29387 Condor Ferried Dusseldorf-Bangor-Goodyear 01/09/22 prior P2F conversion ex EI-RUY.

EI-FAT ATR72-212A(600) Emerald Airlines Delivered Mönchengladbach-Dublin 01/09/22.

EI-GYF Airbus A320-232 c/n 5090 Macquarie AirFinance Ferried Lourdes-Montpellier 01/09/22 ex VT-IES.

Global Aviation News:

Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Aims for Near-Doubling of Fleet under Vision 2035
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Europe aviation: schedules trimmed as darker economic clouds gather
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IAG Wants Other Companies – Not Just Airlines – to Use Its Avios Points
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London Stansted receives planning permission for airport solar farm
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Low-cost carriers lead Europe’s airline recovery
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MSP Airport’s Post-Pandemic Strategy
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Saudi Arabia to launch new airline
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US Majors Take Top Spot While Low-Cost Carriers Rise up the Cirium Global Airline Rankings
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap sees planemaker production woes boosting lessors
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AerDragon Delivers Two A320s to Freebird Airlines
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Belfast International Airport records 230% uplift in passenger numbers – CAA
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Datalex partners with easyJet on digital retail roadmap
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Dublin Airport Delight as Emirates’ Double Daily Route to Dubai Returns
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Emirates airlines emerging from lockdowns – Ireland Country Manager Enda Corneille 

Ryanair added 123 routes from UK airports between August 2019 and August 2022 but dropped 120
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The Story Of Ryanair’s 3 Learjets
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Tourism – an urgent need for more data
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Air New Zealand’s 787-10s need the MTOW increase to make Auckland-LAX nonstop without weight restrictions, as @theaircurrent reported in 2019.

@ByERussell Delta Air Lines is indefinitely suspending its JFK-Lagos flights effective Oct. 4, per Cirium. The carrier says the suspension is “to fit the current demand environment.” Delta continues to serve Lagos via Atlanta.

@ByERussell With planes to spar from the closure of Russian airspace, Finnair is entering a strategic partnership with Qatar Airways and launching routes between Helsinki, Copenhagen, and Stockholm and Doha in November and December.

@ByERussell The 787-10 MTOW increase could also be of interest to United as it considers a new widebody order before year-end.

@simple_flying Athens will still be served this winter using non-based aircraft, but the airport has fallen from Ryanair’s 39th busiest to 87th.

Video Picks:

Airlines Rolling Out Updated Policies After Summer Travel Chaos

Airline tickets: ‘Incredible deals’ to many destinations, says economist

Avelo Airlines CEO says people will ‘not give up their trips’ but might travel less

Aviation Industry Urge The Government To Rework ATF Pricing Formula


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