Published on October 26th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/10/2022

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-DCH Boeing 737-8AS c/n  33566 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Ferried Lleida–Alguaire-Muscat-Guangzhou 11-12/10/22.

EI-HHI Airbus A220-300 c/n 55168 ITA Airways Ferried Naples-Rome Fiumicino 10/10/22.

EI-HHJ Airbus A220-300 c/n 55167 ITA Airways Ferried Naples-Rome Fiumicino 10/10/22.

Global Aviation News:

Air India Plans to Triple Its Fleet of 113 Jets in Five Years
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Airbus and Salam join forces for High Altitude Platform Station (HAPS) connectivity services
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APAC airlines eye used aircraft to meet short-term demand
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China’s Biggest Airlines Plan More International Flights at Last
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Greater Bay Air Considers ‘Sizable’ Order From Boeing or Airbus
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IAG Friday, Oct 28, 2022 3Q results
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Iberia launches carbon offsetting programme for customers
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In its bid to bolster domestic connectivity, IndiGo introduces 8 new flights
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Philippine Airlines Needs More Widebodies For 100% Recovery
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Irish Aviation News:

Irish government ‘keen’ to provide funding for flights between Derry and Dublin 
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Interview: Dublin Airport MD Vincent Harrison
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Ireland Ranks Second in List of Highest Number of Female Pilots
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Joint Committee on Transport and Communications debate – Wednesday, 5 Oct 2022
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National Flight Centre Pilot Academy Appoints Tecnam for Aircraft Fleet Replacement
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New Daily Seasonal Chicago Service announced for Shannon Airport with United Airlines 
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Ryanair adds Cluj-Dublin route starting November
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Ryanair Confident Of Winter Plans
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Squawk 7000 Aviation News Week starting October 24th, 2022

Tweet Picks:

@AdinaValean Today, the EU & #ASEAN have signed the 1st ever bloc-to-bloc aviation agreement! The agreement will support the sector’s recovery & restore connectivity, while upgrading standards for flights & ensuring commitment on social & environmental matters.

@AirFranceKLM Congratulations to Patrick Roux for his appointment as CEO of #Skyteam! Previously #AirFranceKLM SVP Alliances, Patrick will take over from @Delta’s Kirstin Colvile. We wish them both the very best in their new positions.

@AfricanAirlines African airlines have now resumed operations to 99.2% of routes operated before the pandemic.  Eight African airlines have exceeded the number of international routes they operated before COVID.

@ClaytonReid A very positive look at the airline POV for travel demand  by @NirajC but make sure we all understand that these positive dynamics aren’t necessarily good for everyone. Less leisure capacity + a pivot to higher fares will rely on new demand characteristics.

@HofmannAviation #CEOmeeting – I was in contact today with @Icelandair President & CEO Bogi Bogason regarding the Groups Q3 results. 50% of its operated flights during Q3 has been with 737 MAXs, which saved around $24 million in fuel costs compared to a 757 for example.

Video Picks:

American Air CFO Derek Kerr on Costs, Demand, Industry Constraints

Asia-Pacific’s travel industry could fully recover by 2023, World Travel & Tourism Council says

Aviation News Week starting October 17th, 2022

Campbell Wilson Says, ‘Getting Back Air India’s Potential Is Most Exciting’ | On The Record


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