Published on September 12th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/09/2022

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:
ASL Airlines Ireland joins IATA:
Emirates resumes Dublin double daily service:
Loganair upgrades to ATR72-600 aircraft on Aberdeen to Dublin route:

Aircraft Update:
EI-KBC Airbus A320-232 c/n 5734 FlyArystan Registered 30/08/22 ex P4-KBC.
EI-KDF Airbus A321-271N c/n 9277 Air Astana Registered 30/08/22 ex P4-KDF.
EI-KEA Boeing 767-3KY c/n 42220 Air Astana Registered 30/08/22 ex P4-KEA.

Global Aviation News:
Air Lease Corporation Announces Lease Placement of Two New Airbus A321neo LR Aircraft with HiSky
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Air India Express Renews its IOSA Registration
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Dutch Government raises flight tax to almost €30 per ticket from 2023
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Etihad Airways commits to adopt a mangrove tree for every guest who books Economy Space
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Effort To Attract International Airlines to Afghanistan Underway
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JetBlue and Spirit to Create a National Low-Fare Challenger to the Dominant Big Four Airlines
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The only way is up: Flight-testing the A321XLR gathers pace
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Wizz Air launches 20 new routes to KSA, considering a Saudi operating license
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus Adds Aberdeen / Southampton Service in NW22
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An Ireland flight for Charles – AOPA
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Atkins to Deliver Civil and Airfield Engineering Design Services at Dublin and Cork Airports
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Ashland Place Completes Financing of Three 737-800s for Royal Aero GmbH and Aquila Air Capital
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CAR Draft Decision on Coordination Parameters for Summer 2023 at Dublin Airport
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Datalex – easyJet another significant customer win – Davy Research
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NAC have signed an agreement to lease three Q400 aircraft to Connect Airlines
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Tweet Picks:
@ByERussell .@FlySwiss will wet-lease up to 6 A220s from AirBaltic this winter. The deal will allow Swiss to “further stabilize” its schedules.
@ByERussell Certification of the 737-10 will almost certainly slip into 2023, reports @jonostrower. But the risk of cockpit changes, rather than a deterrent for Delta, has prompted Boeing to enlist the largest U.S. airlines to pressure Congress.
@ByERussell Not often one hears about an airline adding more ERJ-145s these days, more are retiring them than not.  But American-subsidiary Piedmont Airlines, with its new pilots contract, is adding 15.
@ByERussell Southwest Airlines and other carriers are adding more self-service tools to attract business accounts in a bid to cut corporate travel agents out of the equation, reports @matt_parsons.
@ByERussell The Inflation Reduction Act includes SAF incentives, a needed carrot to scaling use of the low-emission fuels. “There is no one thing that is going to bring it to scale at a commercially viable price,” Alaska’s @BirkettRakow said.
Video Picks:

IATA Media Briefing with Willie Walsh – 7 Sep 2022
‘Irish government is focused on enabling the country’s booming aviation industry to grow further’
Local Airlines And The Opportunities For Growth + More | Aviation This Week
Qantas Airways Buyback Plan Makes Sense, InvestSMART Says


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