Published on September 14th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/09/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Aircraft Leasing and Ease of Doing Business in India Survey

Certificate Program Aircraft Pre-Purchase Inspection / Sales Assistance

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 September

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 September

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 September

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12 September

North American Aviation Newsletter 12 September

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:

N308BR Boeing 737-86J c/n 30876 AerCap Ferried Mojave-Dothan 09/09/22 for P2F conversion.

N126SL Boeing 737-8 c/n 42835 UM Bank NA Trustee Ferried Mojave-Tuscan-Portsmouth-Norwich  09-10/09/22 ex OE-IZM.

N131SL Boeing 737-8 c/n 63971 UM Bank NA Trustee Ferried Mojave-Tuscan-Portsmouth-Norwich 09-10/09/22 ex OE-LDH.

Global Aviation News:

Auckland Airport Sets its Sights on the Future as Rebounding Demand for Travel Fuels Aviation’s Recovery
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BOC Aviation Delivers Boeing 787-8 Aircraft To American Airlines
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FAA Provides MOC for UAS Remote ID Mandate
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Germans return to international travel: pre-pandemic levels reached by 2024 as 117.9 million will take to the skies, according to GlobalData
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Gwadar Airport Set To Launch in 2023
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Jetstar and Indigo partnership goes live
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Korean Air to resume flights to Rome and Barcelona
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UK airline reaches 100 million passenger milestone; flies over 100 aircraft from 10 UK bases
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Irish Aviation News:

CDB Aviation Completes Deliveries of Ten A320-200 Aircraft to Indonesia’s New Airline Super Air Jet
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Dublin Airport North Runway opens: part one – route map skewed towards west amid row over charges
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Dynam expands Dublin team
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Enda Corneille to step down as Ireland manager of Emirates
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Enda Kenny joins board of Irish aerospace rocket start-up Suas
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Falko establishes dedicated Trading Team
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NAC has completed the sale of four E170 aircraft and four CRJ900 aircraft to American Airlines
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Ryanair Announces Record Winter Schedule For Newcastle – 2 Based Aircraft & 15 Total Routes | 6 New Winter Routes
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What Long-Haul Destinations are Irish People Travelling to this Winter?
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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineGeeks Ethiopian Airlines reported 79 percent revenue growth for its fiscal year that ended on July 30. According to Mamo Mihretu, the CEO of Ethiopian Investment Holdings.

@BoeingAirplanes Honoured to continue our partnership with Vietnam’s fast growing, low-cost carrier @vietjetvietnam, as the airline reaffirms its order for 200 737 MAXs and its commitment to the 737 MAX family.

@ByERussell How is American Airlines going to make its 60 additional CRJ200s with Air Wisconsin, and higher pay rates for Envoy, Piedmont, and PSA pilots, work financially? With higher yields, says commercial chief Vasu Raja. $AAL.

@silver_airways Thank you for flying with us today on this historic moment in Silver’s history as we bid farewell to our Saab 340B from our fleet. We would like to thank the dedicated Team Members of Silver and Seaborne that operated these airplanes and our passengers for the past 10 years.

@TSA_Northeast JUST IN: During the Labor Day holiday, @TSA screened 8.76 million travellers between Fri., Sept. 2 and Mon., Sept. 5. It represented 106% of checkpoint volume for the same pre-pandemic holiday weekend in 2019 and is the first time that holiday weekend volume exceeded that of 2019.

Video Picks:

Qantas stocks are a ‘protected species,’ says data analytics firm

Set Jet’s luxury service is the way to travel: CEO Tom Smith

US Domestic airfare prices drop after a red-hot summer

United Airlines preorders $10M worth of flying taxis from Archer Aviation


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