Published on October 21st, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/10/2022

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:

EI-HHK Airbus A220-300 c/n 55177 ITA Airways Ferried Toulouse-Naples 10/10/22.

LY-BJV Boeing 737-8EH c/n 34280 Carlyle Aviation Partners Ferried Castellón-Shannon-Lasham 12/10/22 ex UR-PSX.

OY-YFL DHC8-402 c/n 4448 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Malta-Maastricht 11/10/22 ex YL-BBW.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada to Launch New Services to Europe; Restores Key International Routes, Frequencies Beginning Summer 2023
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ADQ offers to combine its shareholdings in AMMROC, Etihad Engineering and GAL into Abu Dhabi Aviation to create a global aviation MRO and services champion
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American Airlines Makes Equity Investment in Universal Hydrogen
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Baltimore-Washington Terminal Project Approved
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BNDES supports exports of Embraer aircraft to the United States
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Budget airlines face weaker consumer demand in 2023, warns analyst
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Challenge Aviation is the Group’s Engine
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Eurowings Europe Limited takes off
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flydubai enters new wet lease agreement with Smartwings
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Etihad Airways “remains committed” to Air Serbia
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Las Vegas International Airport – no longer gambling on its future
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Norse operational update – Positive future booking trend on core winter routes
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Irish Aviation News:

Brexit ‘blocking’ Irish airline Aer Lingus from operating through Belfast, union claims
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Eirtrade Aviation Powers Up
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Global Flight Training Solutions break ground for 3 hangar facilities
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IAG Expands Dublin Gateway
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‘Ireland is driving the drone industry forward’ – Avtrain CEO & Founder Julie Garland
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John Whelan: Airline bosses worry about the costs of air traffic control delays
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Milbank LLP Restructuring an Aircraft Lessor: “NAC DAC is Back”

Ryanair has no plans to change Kerry to Dublin flight times
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Shannon Airport secures two new Ryanair routes for summer ’23 and an additional based aircraft
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Delta Air Lines’ repeated description of its new air taxi partnership with Joby as “premium” suggests that it will be a niche offering with limited appeal to just the 1%. Electric air taxis are are not the future for the vast majority of travellers.

@ByERussell Impressive: New Zealand only fully reopened its borders in August, and already Air New Zealand’s international bookings are at 75% of 2019 levels.

@ByERussell The 757 “is an airplane that United uses so well, opening up new thin markets and serving markets that the other airlines won’t.” Remember when we questioned United’s decision to keep all of its planes, including 757s?.

@lesliejosephs Airfare was up 0.1% MoM in the inflation report but up 43% on the year. Delta earlier today said bookings are strong through the end of the year. Across the pond, BA parent IAG says advanced bookings at expected levels “with no indication of weakness”.

@OAG_Aviation Global airline capacity is currently on target to reach 4.8 billion scheduled seats in 2022. This is 87% of 2019 levels and a 31% increase on 2021 levels.

Video Picks:

Booking Websites Competing Directly With Airlines

Delta is optimistic about Q4 as pent-up demand fuels bookings

Gourmet Meals On Akasa Air’s Menu For Domestic Fiers

Oireachtas Transport committee Oct 5 2022


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