Published on October 10th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/10/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Maintenance Reserves Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 October

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 October:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 3 October

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 3 October

North American Aviation Newsletter 3 October

Hangar 6 Blog Posts:

FlyArystan receives first Irish registered Airbus A320neo

New North Runway to unlock connectivity opportunities at Dublin Airport

Ryanair replaces Blue Air on Cluj-Dublin route

Aircraft Update:

G-JECP DHC8-402 c/n 4136 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Niederrhein-Malta 06/10/22.

OY-YFL DHC8-402 c/n 4148 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Malta-Maastricht 07/10/22.

SP-LIP Embraer 175 c/n 17000334 LOT Polish Airlines Delivered Bydgoszcz-Warsaw 05/10/22 ex EI-RDD.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Global Market Forecast – Commercial aircraft services market to double in value by 2041 
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India is a very important market for air cargo business: IAG Cargo
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Malaysia Regains FAA Category 1 Safety Rating
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Norse Atlantic Signals Slow Winter
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Rex Finalises Purchase Of National Jet Express
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SAS Announces Further Details on the SAS FORWARD Plan including a Financial Outlook
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SIA Group Steps Up East Asia Services To Meet Strong Demand
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Sustainable aviation fuel takes off globally amid some turbulence
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Things are looking up at Harry Reid Airport
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Irish Aviation News:

Cork Airport in talks to get more routes, hints Ryanair DAC CEO Eddie Wilson
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DAE signs definitive agreement to acquire Sky Fund I Irish, Ltd.
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Dublin Airport Coordination Parameters – Summer 2023 Season
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Irish Air Corps specialist NVG instructor discusses NVIS capabilities 
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Jackson Square Aviation orders six B737-800SF freighter conversion
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Tourism Ireland Situation & Outlook Analysis Report (SOAR) October 2022
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Wheels up: Hopkins’ new flight to Dublin is a sign of things to come for Cleveland
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Work starts on Mayo island’s new helipad
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Tweet Picks:

@MaltaAvOutlook The SIMDI Group and ARABESQUE have agreed to launch the world’s first luxury airline for leisure travel based in the Maldives. The airline known as BeOnd will be flying the  A321neo outfitted with 68 seats. The management team sees Tero Taskila at the helm as CEO.

@MoCA_GoI Indian aviation is soaring like never before. All efforts are being made to take air services to all,including those residing in the farthest corners of the country. The progressive rise in passenger traffic, airports & routes are testament to a redefined civil aviation in India.

@RollsRoyce We are shaping the future of air cargo with our efficient and reliable #Trent700 and #TrentXWB engines. The Trent 700 continues to be the engine of choice for A330P2F conversions, whilst the Trent XWB powered A350F is the only true new generation freighter. #CFSymposium22.

@simonasbartkus Did you notice @Ryanair silently removed the connecting flight opportunities from their booking system?.

@Vinamralongani Unlike most other airlines in India, @airindiain owns the vast majority of its current fleet. This sale and lease back deal for 34  @CFM_engines 56-5B engines will unlock cash which will come in handy as the airline embarks on its transformation.  #AvGeek.

Video Picks:

Mesa Air’s pilot program can ‘break the pipeline’ clogged by new legislation: CEO

Successful SESAR validations, Trajectory Based Operations

United Airline’s New Flight Path: Green Startups Mike Leskinen& Anders Forslund at CNBC’s ESG Impact

Watch CNBC’s full interview with IATA Director General Willie Walsh


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