Published on September 21st, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/09/2022

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:

LV-KFW Boeing 737-8GJ c/n 37366 FlyBondi Registered at Shannon 01/09/22 ex EI-GWS.

LY-BJZ Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 30628 Carlyle Aviation Partners Ferried Castellón-Glasgow Prestwick 01/09/22 ex UR-PSO.

OY-YFN DHC8-402 c/n 4439 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Riga-Gdansk 09/09/22 ex YL-BBU.

Global Aviation News:

European seat recovery rates compared for August and November; Ryanair and easyJet see danger ahead
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Fitch Takes Rating Actions on U.S. Midsize Regional Airports Amid Travel Progress
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Icelandair’s extensive winter schedule
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S&P Global Ratings upgrades Bradley International Airport’s revenue bond rating to “A+”
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Titan Aircraft Investments and Ethiopian Airlines Announce Long-Term Dry Lease Agreement for Three Boeing 767 Freighter Aircraft
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US Flight School, Sterling Flight Training, Announces New Airline Partnership
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Vistara has become India’s second-largest airline. Can it fly higher from here?
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Irish Aviation News:

Dublin Airport – Passenger Profile 2022 Q2
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Fexco Launches PACE ‘Net Zero’ Carbon System For Aviation Sector
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Griffin Global Asset Management Announces the Purchase and Leaseback of Two Airbus A321neo Aircraft with Viva Aerobus
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Loganair adds more seats on Aberdeen-Dublin route
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Novus Aviation Capital sells 777-300ER to investors in acquisition managed by ORIX Aviation
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Ryanair’s O’Leary Concerned Over Boeing MAX Delivery Slippage
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Shannon Airport says “Bon Voyage” as inaugural Paris flight takes to the skies
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Boeing 737-8 MAX to Smartlynx
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Tweet Picks:

@Reuters Boeing CEO says still ‘chance’ 737 MAX could win approval this year.

@thatjohn My exclusive scoop for RGN: Airbus is carving out 4″ of width and an astounding 35″ of length for its new “NPS” A350s.  Bigger front and rear galleys, and of course more seats.

@USChamber “What holds us back? The number one barrier to travel is speed – the time it takes to cross oceans.” Boom Supersonic CEO @bscholl shares an overview of the new supersonic airliner Overture, which will offer faster, more affordable, and more sustainable flight. #Aerospace22.

@USChamber “We’ve hired 6,000 people out of Alaska. The training schools are just full… I feel good about where we are with people on hiring.”  President and CEO of @AlaskaAir  Ben Minicucci discusses workforce with The @washingtonpost ‘s Lori Aratani (@loriara) at #Aerospace22.

@WandrMe LH Group consumed 3.8 million tonnes of fuel in 2021. That number will increase as service levels return, offset slightly by more efficient aircraft. This deal could represent ~6-8% of the total consumption in the period.

Video Picks:

India- the US keen to strengthen relations on Civil Aviation

Ireland West Airport Runway Fun Run 2022

ITIC Chair Elaina Fitzgerald Kane on the importance of Budget 2023 for Ireland’s tourism industry

Michael O’Leary says Ryanair will withdraw aircraft from Brussels Zaventem Airport


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