Published on October 24th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/10/2022

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:

Aer Lingus permanently exits London City market disposes of slots

Emerald Airlines Takes Delivery Of 14th ATR72-600

ITA Airways debuts Irish registered Airbus A220-300’s 

Aircraft Update:

EI-AZG Boeing 737-86Q(F) c/n 32773 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Shannon-Milan Malpensa 20/10/22 ex VP-CGV.

EI-FAS ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1083 Air Serbia Ferried East Midlands-Mönchengladbach 19/10/22.

ES-NAB Airbus A320-214 c/n 4347 Nordic Aviation Group Ferried Dublin-Tallinn 21/10/22 ex VP-COS.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Beluga delivers Airbus satellite to Kennedy Space Center
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Air Transat and Porter Airlines launch codeshare agreement
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Allegiant Sees 1,400 Domestic Route Opportunities
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Austrian Airlines adds four new Airbus A320neo aircraft to fleet
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Deutsche Lufthansa: Positive News But Valuation Is Fair
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Etihad Aviation Group transferred into ADQ’s portfolio
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Hawaiian CEO Encouraged By International Recovery
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Joby Applies for Japan Aircraft Certification
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Mexican Antitrust Commission Authorizes Commercial Alliance Agreement Between Allegiant And Viva Aerobus
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Miami International Airport sees a 50-million-passenger load
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New ITA Airways Airbus A220 enters operation
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Norse Atlantic Airways agrees terms for the sublease of a fifth Boeing 787-8 aircraft
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Irish Aviation News:

Air India Appoints Henry Donohoe to Strengthen Safety, Security & Quality Functions
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Alphabet’s Irish drone delivery demo will take flight in Lusk
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Altavair to Lease 10 Converted Airbus A330-300 Freighter Aircraft to Amazon Air
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ANCA has published a report on the effectiveness of aircraft noise mitigation at Dublin Airport
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Financial incentive to lure Aer Lingus to Cleveland Hopkins is actually closer to $12 million over three years
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IATA’s Walsh: European Airlines Growing Slower Than Peers
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Inaugural Irish Business & General Aviation Association conference puts sustainability, tourism high on agenda
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Ryanair plans 100 winter flights a week from Leeds Bradford
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “We can’t ignore the [aircraft] technology we have today. We believe sustainable aviation fuel is going to be the most rapid means to rapidly reduce our emissions,” said @JetBlue Director of Sustainability Sara Bogdan.

@lesliejosephs Delta shares up after reporting record revenue and an upbeat forecast both for biz travel and leisure. CEO Ed Bastian: “The travel recovery continues as consumer spend shifts to experiences and demand improves in corporate and international.” $DAL.

@lesliejosephs Inflation reading weighs on the broader market, but not Delta shares, up 3%. Those high fares and demand drove record revenue and another profit, and it has a strong outlook for the rest of the year. $DAL.

@WandrMe “Currently, we are living in a favourable situation, where the presence of the pandemic does not limit the possibilities to travel.” – @Gaussm  highlighting a 45% YoY passenger count boost for September, with a strong Winter ’22 outlook ahead. #AvGeek.

@WandrMe Delta also reported a record remuneration from AmEx for co-brand credit card activity of $1.4bn, up 37%. New SkyMiles card acquisitions also hit a record level. Interestingly, however, that number does not appear reflected in the Loyalty Program revenue number for the quarter.

Video Picks:

Flying into the future – Vertiport Experience in Rome

Ryanair Announce New Aircraft and Routes for Summer 2023

Singapore Airlines and Scoot are adding more flights to cities across Asia

The First 60 Days Of Late Jhunjhunwala Backed Akasa Air #exclusive


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