Published on October 20th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/10/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter

India Aviation Industry Newsletter

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update

North American Aviation Newsletter

Hangar 6 Blog Posts:

Air Nostrum Group adds fourth CRJ1000 aircraft to ITA Airways contract

SAS Connect expands fleet adds two new Airbus A320neos

Unique ‘As-One’ European Aviation Wellbeing Conference Dublin 21 October

Aircraft Update:

N27597 Boeing 767-316 c/n 27597 AerCap Ferried Mojave-Hamilton 11/10/22 ex C-FMLZ.

OE-IBV Airbus A350-941 c/n 355 Avolon Aerospace Registered at Lourdes 12/10/22 ex B-30DP.

OE-LVC Boeing 737-883 c/n 30194 ASL Airlines Belgium Ferried Toulouse/Francaza-Almaty International-Jinan 11-12/10/22  ex YR-BMO.

Global Aviation News:

Brussels will let IAG have 49% of Air Europa, boss thinks
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Canada Jetlines Signs Lease Agreement for its Second A320 Aircraft
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India is a very important market for air cargo business: IAG Cargo
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Landmark EU–ASEAN agreement to connect 1.1 billion people
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Moroccan Tourism Recovers 70% of 2019 Levels Amid ‘Steady’ Growth
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Norse Atlantic UK receives authorisation from US Department of Transport to operate flights between the United Kingdom and the US
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Singapore Airlines In Discussions With Tata On Vistara And Air India
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The Canary Islands Tourist Board launches a call for tenders to establish 18 new international air links with La Palma
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Toki Air takes delivery of an ATR 72-600 to start its operations

Irish Aviation News:

Aircastle Announces Second Quarter 2022 Results and Sale of Three Wide-body Aircraft
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National Flight Centre Pilot Academy choose tecnam for Fleet Replacement
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce Warns Against Lengthy Delays to Key Airbus Orders
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Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary predicts higher fares on ‘surprisingly strong’ bookings
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Ryanair NW22 Belgium Network Adjustment
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Pulling Back the Clouds’ takes off at Shannon Airport
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Report shines light on Ireland’s positive travel recovery
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‘Shannon Airport competing with Airports in Valencia, Seville & Bologna – Ryanair Director
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TrueNoord delivers second Embraer E190 to Dominican Republic operator, Sky High
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UK2000 launches Belfast City Airport for MSFS
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Bookings “are surprisingly strong forward bookings into the mid-term and into Christmas are stronger in terms of volume and pricing than they were pre-Covid,” Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary said.

@ByERussell Delta agreed to buy 4 used 737-900ERs, and 1 new A330-900 during Q3.  This is on top of its orders for up to 130 737-10s, and 12 more A220s. $DAL.

@lowrytom .@FlyFrontier CEO Barry Biffle on the  @JetBlue – @AmericanAir  alliance: “I think we could use more competition in this country and I can’t see how this helps it.”

@WandrMe Airbus had 55 deliveries to 31 customers in September. Delta led the pack with 5 new aircraft. Turkish and Iberia each had 4.  Kuwait Airways took two more A330-800s, while Tibet Airlines took an A319neo. Both of those types are relatively rare. #AvGeek.

@WandrMe “Increased workplace flexibility is creating new travel patterns.” Also notes that NY biz travel should finally start to recover as bankers and other service industry groups are coming back.

Video Picks:

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