Published on October 28th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/10/2022

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:
C-GYLP Boeing 737-8 c/n 42844 Swoop Delivered Victorville-Toronto 12/10/22 ex EI-GZI.
EI-KGJ Airbus A321-271NXLR c/n 10916 Air Astana Delivered Hamburg-Finkenwerder-Almaty 14/10/22.
VQ-BTB Boeing 757-28A c/n 28835 Royal Flight Ferried Hurghada-Shannon 20/10/22.

Global Aviation News:
Breeze Airways and Avelo Airlines announce expansion plans for this winter
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flynas Celebrates Launching Direct Flights to Mumbai From Riyadh and Dammam as the 5th Destination to India
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JetBlue, Wizz Air Eye Contrasting Airbus A321XLR Strategies
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Jetstar Challenges Changi Airport’s Order To Move From Terminal 1
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Play and Norse Atlantic: A head-to-head review of trans-Atlantic low-cost carriers
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Saudi Wealth Fund in Talks with Boeing, Airbus to Order 80 Jets
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Southwest Airlines May Take A Back Seat To The Legacy Carriers
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Startups, MAXs And Tech – The Synergies Of 777 Partners
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Wizz Air blames inflation and fuel prices for Sarajevo exit
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Irish Aviation News:
Deucalion Aviation announces the long term lease extension of one 2008 CFM powered Airbus A320-200 aircraft with Aer Lingus
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NI firm gets NHS contract to transport organs, blood and medics to save lives
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Spirit AeroSystems pushes business aviation credentials of Belfast plant
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Strengthening USP vital tool for Shannon Airport in fighting for new routes
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Suspension of Aer Lingus route to Heathrow from Belfast a blow for consumer choice
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Ryanair breaks September traffic record, up 49% Y/Y
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Ryanair Holdings – Q2 results due November 7th – revenue strength – Davy Research
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Ryanair warns it may cut routes if Ireland introduces environmental charge [Paywall]
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Tweet Picks:
@ByERussell Another winter demand indicator.  “Even though the winter months are always challenging … and the economic situation in the world continues to be uncertain our sales over the past weeks have been strong,” @PLAYairline CEO Birgir Jonsson said.
@ByERussell Delta and United could see the most revenue upside in the fourth quarter as the corporate and international recoveries pick up. Analysts forecast another strong period for U.S. airlines in Q4 despite the macro pressures. $DAL $UAL.
@Captsully I agree with @AlliedPilots & their opposition to the extension of Boeing’s current equipment exemption, which allows them to put older crew alerting systems on new 737 MAX planes. @FAANews must require the installation of modern crew alerting systems.
@IATA Celebrating the 1st year anniversary since #airlines took the decision for the global  transport industry to achieve #FlyNetZero carbon emissions by 2050. It is now crucial that governments agree to a long-term aspirational goal at #ICAOA41.
@LuxuryTravelled A reminder that Ireland has an advantage over the rest of the UK for ‘regional US’ routes, as you’re able to clear immigration in Ireland.
Video Picks:

CFWI22 – Aviation aircraft leasing and the ESG agenda
GU Politics and SiriusXM Town Hall with US DOT Secretary Pete Buttigieg
Hawaiian Airlines announces new Amazon partnership
Hilton Worldwide CEO Chris Nassetta talks business, the hospitality industry, travel, and more


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