Published on September 20th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/09/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Pre-Purchase Inspection / Sales Assistance

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 September:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 September:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 September:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19 September:

North American Aviation Newsletter 19 September:

Hangar 6 Blog Posts:

ASL Airlines Ireland Adds Fifth ATR72-600F for FedEx operation

Buzz operates Sofia and Vilnius routes to Dublin on behalf of Ryanair

Emerald Airlines Expands Route Network

Aircraft Update:

C-FOVX Airbus A220-300 c/n 55176 ITA Airways Delivered Montreal-Toulouse 13/07/22 to become EI-.

N746SM Boeing 737-86J c/n 37746 Boliviana de Aviación Ferried Ostrava-Dublin 15/09/22.

OY-JZA ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1131 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Billund-East Midlands 13/09/22.

Global Aviation News:

Air Belgium Expands Services In the Face of Market Challenges
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Air Canada to Acquire 30 ES-30 Electric Regional Aircraft from Heart Aerospace
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Air India will soon offer shortest flights between India and USA
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CBAA: Canada’s Luxury Tax Adoption ‘Reckless’
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Chicago O’Hare Airport showcases its $1 billion T5 investment; new ‘Global Terminal’ to come
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Europe-Morocco traffic up 6% this summer versus 2019; Ryanair 60% bigger than Royal Air Maroc
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European flag-carriers struggling to rebuild Europe-Asia capacity; Turkish Airlines and LOT are exceptions

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Response KLM to new Schiphol measures
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Irish Aviation News:

Air Ambulance NI selects Sloane Helicopters as long-term aviation partner
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Aircastle Announces Increase of Revolving Credit Facility to $1 billion
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Avolon Delivers one Airbus A321neo to Beijing Capital Airlines
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Dublin Airport lodges plans for €200m tunnel under runway
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Inflight Dublin signs 3-year partnership with MIAT Mongolian Airlines
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Keogh’s Crisps to make a packet from Ryanair flights deal
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Canadian start-up leisure airline Jetlines has applied for a U.S. Foreign Air Carrier permit. Initial destinations could include Melbourne Orlando, and Sarasota-Bradenton airports.

@ByERussell Delta is looking at blending sustainable aviation fuels at its Trainer Refinery. Companies that blend SAFs are eligible for tax incentives under the Inflation Reduction Act that was enacted in August.

@ByERussell Europeans couldn’t get enough of Greece this summer, with the country one of just two in Europe where airport traffic exceeded 2019 levels. This was good news for Aegean Airlines.

@ByERussell Former FAA administrator, and president of ALPA, Randy Babbitt says the industry needs to find “common ground” over the pilot shortage. “We have a problem, and we need a solution for the problem.”  #Aerospace22.

@davidshepardson Boeing has delivered about half of 450 MAXs that were parked, Calhoun says. FAA is still retaining individual ticketing for MAX airplanes.

Video Picks:

Affirm shines in the longer-term loans that help with travel, says D.A. Davidson’s Chris Brendler

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun remains hopeful on 737 Max 10 approval this year

Drone Startups: What Next? Experts Decode India’s Drone As A Service Opportunity | Young Turks

Ethiopian airlines new CEO in Washington DC , meeting TSA officials.


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