Published on September 16th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/09/2022

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 upgauges to ATR72-600 aircraft on Aberdeen to Dublin route

Aircraft Update:

EI-HCW Airbus A320-232 c/n 4888 DVB Bank Ferried Shannon-Woensdrecht 12/09/22 ex VT-EIL.

VP-BDV Airbus A330-243 c/n 1508  Força Aérea Brasileira Delivered Dublin-Victorville 12/09/22 to become FAB 2902.

9H-TAU Boeing 737-8 c/n 43001 smartlynx Airlnes Malta Delivered Prague-Vilnius 07/09/22 ex OE-LDK.

Global Aviation News:

Air India leases 30 new aircraft to boost domestic and international operations over the next 15 months
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Air Serbia unveils China strategy as launch date nears
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Emirates celebrates World First Aid Day as thousands of new cabin crew graduate with life-saving skills
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Etihad Airways unveils new route to Guangzhou
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Global airline bookings still trending back toward 2019 levels
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IndiGo adds 6 new flights to bolster connectivity between India and Middle East
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ITA Airways flies to India (Delhi) from 3rd December

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Now fly Cathay Pacific from Bengaluru to Hong Kong and beyond
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Teleport To Add Three A321 Freighters To Its Cargo Fleet
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Irish Aviation News:

Dublin Airport passenger numbers could hit 40m

Fitch Assigns ORIX’s $1 Billion Senior Notes ‘A-‘ Rating

Flybe increases Belfast City services for winter 2022/23

Greek government’s “inexplicable failure” leads to Ryanair withdrawing winter base from Athens
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Mason Hayes & Curran names David McGovern as head of aviation and asset finance
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New exhibit at Shannon Airport’s aviation gallery remembers world’s largest aircraft ever built 
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Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary voices doubts over Boeing 737 MAX deliveries
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Ryanair’s Italian surge will be headache for ITA Airways owners
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Tweet Picks:

@AlanLevin1 This is big news. After years of the #drone industry and #FAA struggling to apply aircraft design rules to this new tech, the agency has signed off on an aircraft for the first time.

@ByERussell Air New Zealand has postponed delivery of its first 2 787-10s until it FY25, or the year ending June 2025. Makes one wonder if that’s airline driven or whether Boeing’s promised 787-10 MTOW increase is delayed.

@ByERussell Ethiopian Airlines plans to expand its new @Dulles_Airport – Lomé route to daily next year, and is eyeing Atlanta and Houston for new service, CEO Mesfin Tasew Bekele said.

@ByERussell .@flyethiopian CEO Mesfin Tasew Bekele expects travel demand to fully recover this year, and is preparing the airline for the future. That includes restarting a campaign for a new 100-seat jet, hinting that the A220 is the likely winner.

@poloconghaile Eek. $1 = €0.99. Good for inbound US tourists to Europe… not so much for Europeans visiting the States…

Video Picks:

Guinness recognizes world’s longest-serving flight attendant

Singapore transport minister: Want a return to normalcy in Hong Kong and China

Wyndham CEO says leisure travel is ‘off the charts’ despite higher gas prices

2022 Airline outlook: ‘airfare’s 40-50% higher than in previous years’ says economist


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