Published on September 15th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/09/2022

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:

N743SM Boeing 737-86J c/n 37743 Boliviana de Aviación Ferried Ostrava-Dublin 04/09/22.

OE-IBZ Boeing 737-7K2 c/n 39446 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Kaunas-Muscat 02/09/22.

9H-GAX Boeing 737-8Z0 c/n 30073 Aeroitalia Ferried Katwoice-Naples 03/09/22 ex EI-GAX.

Global Aviation News:

Aeroflot and UAC sign agreement for purchase of Russian-made aircraft
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Air New Zealand plans ahead for a smoother summer
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Airhub Airlines Obtains IOSA Registration
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Air Lease Corporation Announces Lease Placement of Four New Airbus A321XLR Aircraft with Air Transat
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Atlas Air Extends Partnership with Qantas Freight
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Bristow Orders Up to 55 Beta Alia 250 eVTOLs
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JAT Tehnika Expanded Its Capacities: New Licenses For Aircraft Maintenance
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Irish Aviation News:

Home-Grown Aviation Maintenance Company, Dublin Aerospace, Welcomes This Year’s Apprenticeship Intake
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IATA DG Willie Walsh discusses how the industry is transforming to reduce emissions at scale

Ryanair launches biggest ever UK Winter schedule with over 21 new – 440 total routes
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Ryanair will not fly from Heathrow ‘while I live and breathe’, says Michael O’Leary
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Shannon Airport looking for consultants to assess its impact on Irish economy
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Simon Calder’s Independent Travel Podcast – Michael O’Leary sets out Ryanair’s plans

Staff numbers set to double at Irish in-flight entertainment firm
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Tweet Picks:

@benclatworthy New: Ryanair pulls out of Brussels for the winter, until at least March . O’Leary says it’s because of the unjustified airport taxes. They are 400% higher than Charleroi (Brussels south) which is the 2nd airport.

@ByERussell Ryanair never hesitates to grab share when its competitors are down. British Airways struggles at Heathrow are no different, with the discounter planning its largest ever UK schedule this winter.

@cliper31 ATR72 MSN826 which will make its first flight with a hydrogen engine before the end of this year. #ATR #hydrogen #AvGeek #aviation @TLSWatch.

@RobinNewton4MLA Increasing connectivity between Belfast & GB is vitally important both socially and in the development of NI’s economy. Good news from  @BELFASTCITY_AIR.

@unmanndairspace “Regional AAM services could save £643 million a year over rail, car and legacy aviation if applied on 128 UK routes”  – Darrell Swanson speaking @DroneXShow.

Video Picks:

United Airlines threatens to drop JFK service | Morning in America

Wheels Up CEO on affordable private jet industry: ‘If you build it, they will come’

We Are: The Shannon Airport Group

Wizz Air CEO Jozsef Varadi on the New Age of Air Travel


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