Published on November 2nd, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/11/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter

India Aviation Industry Newsletter

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update

North American Aviation Newsletter

Hangar 6 Blog Posts:

MIAT Mongolian Airlines Irish Registered Boeing 737 MAX operates first China passenger flight

National Flight Centre (NFC) selects Tecnam for Fleet Replacement Programme 

Ryanair connects Dublin to Genoa as part of its largest winter schedule

Aircraft Update:

N245AC Boeing 737-85R c/n 35099  Aviation Capital Group Ferried Shannon-Bangor 29/10/22 ex VT-SYD.

N3994 Boeing 737-8FH c/n 39943 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Taipei-Karachi-Cairo-Ostrava 23-24/10/22 ex B-19657.

OE-IEC Boeing 737-82R(F) c/n 35701 ASL Airlines Belgium Ferried Shannon-Liege 28/10/22 ex TC-CCJ.

Global Aviation News:

Air Lease Corporation Announces Lease Placement of Three New Boeing 737-8 Aircraft with Aeroitalia
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First Emirates A380 rolls in for full cabin refresh and refit
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JetBlue Is Planning a Europe Expansion—Here’s What We Know
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Loganair grows its Aberdeen International Airport hub by 30%
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Lufthansa and UFO agree on salary increases for around 19,000 cabin personnel 
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STARLUX takes delivery of first A350
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TAAG reborn: Angola’s airline with a new CEO, routes and global alliance
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WestJet gives guests more options via Amsterdam
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Wizz Air closes base in Moldova, re-routes flights to Romania’s Iasi and Bacau
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Regional to run ‘double-daily’ flights on Dublin – Isle of Man service from 26 March 2023 
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Competitive Aussies should ‘lead world’ on SAFs, says Qantas CEO Alan Joyce
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EASA awards Western Ireland-based Aerospace Engineering Solutions  with STC for forward closets on B737 NG 
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Enhancing the passenger experience at George Best Belfast City Airport
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Eoghan Corry Talks Travel – October 2022
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Ex-Celebrity Cruises sales chief to lead new Irish luxury agency
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Global Aviation Sustainability Day sees launch of first-ever sustainability charter for industry
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Inside the control room of Belarus’ hijacked Ryanair flight
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Tweet Picks:

@Airline_Weekly Airline capacity globally is constrained but demand is not, Lufthansa Group CEO Carsten Spohr said. And the A380s it resumes flying next June? “Book now because our passengers love it and want to fly it.

@Airline_Weekly Air France-KLM will “definitely engage” the Portuguese government on a potential investment in TAP Air Portugal, CEO Ben Smith said Friday. It could be the group’s second consolidation move this year after ITA Airways.

@BoeingAirplanes Welcome back to the 737 family, International Airlines Group (IAG)! We look forward to adding the 737-8-200 and 737-10 to your fleet.

@ByERussell Airlines can’t recover, or expand, capacity as travel demand warrants due to the confluence of supply chain, staffing, and cost constraints. One issue for Lufthansa? Availability of Boeing 787 windscreens.

@eurocontrolDG Week 43 ATFM delays were 39% down on wk. 42 but 78% up on 2019, in part because of the implementation of a new ATC system @PortugalNav Capacity at Lisbon ACC set to increase this week.

Video Picks:

Alaska Airlines make biggest Boeing aircraft purchase in its history

American Airlines CEO Robert Isom: Strong demand will power fourth-quarter profit

Archer Aviation plans to build 250 air taxis in 2025

Business Report: Airline merger could mean higher fares


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