Published on November 9th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/11/2022

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:

Aer Lingus Celebrates 20th Anniversary on Dublin-Vienna route

Gainjet Ireland awarded IAA ETOPS approval

Ryanair commences largest ever Dublin Winter Schedule

Aircraft Update:

YL-BAH DHC8-402 c/n 4296 Air Baltic Ferried Riga-Shannon 04/11/22 registered OY-YFO.

SU-BVE ATR72-212A(600)F c/n 1110 Air Cairo Delivered Billund-Belgrade-Cairo 03/11/22 ex OY-JZA.

2-SIVA Boeing 737-86N c/n 29884 AerCap Ferried Cairo-Shannon 05/11/22 ex S2-AIV.

Global Aviation News:

A new low-cost airline descends into Pakistani skies
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AirAsia X eyes returning to black by end-2023: CEO
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American Airlines Stays Cautious On Capacity
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BA Cityflyer London City service takes off from Aberdeen International Airport
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BOC Aviation Completes Delivery Of Six Boeing 787-9 Aircraft To Norse Atlantic Airways
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‘Complicated but close’: Jet Airways CEO on relaunch of ‘fantastic’ airline
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Edmonton International Eyes ULCCs, Long-Haul Flights
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Europe aviation: don’t expect 2019 capacity levels before 2024 or 2025
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Irish Aviation News:

Atlantic Flight Training Academy (AFTA) announce new Pilot Training Partnership with awarding leading and award winning private charter company GlobeAir
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Airlines face fragile winter, Ryanair CEO says after record summer profits
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Demand for NTA to reconsider Galway Airport site for Park and Ride
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Dublin Airport Unveils Busy Winter Schedule
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IATA DG Willie Walsh: Environmental taxes are a ‘blunt instrument’ to provide a sustainable footprint in aviation
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Irish Inbound Tourism Set to Regain 75 Percent of Prepandemic Level
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Ireland West Airport launches bumper winter schedule
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PIMCO & Former GECAS Execs to Create New Aviation Leasing and Lending Platforms
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Ryanair adds two Bournemouth winter routes
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Tweet Picks:

@AirFranceKLM signed a first set of long-term SAF supply agreements to meet part of its 10% SAF target by 2030. A leader in the use of SAF, the Group reaffirms its commitment to a more sustainable aviation. #DestinationSustainability.

@davidshepardson Boeing has hired 9,000 engineers this year including hiring 1,100 interns: “Our brand is still strong,” Boeing chief engineer  Greg Hyslop says

@davidshepardson Boeing: “We’ve derisked China for the foreseeable future” and don’t need China to get to 50 MAX deliveries per month in 2025/2026.

@markets Qantas CEO Alan Joyce said an Australian sustainable aviation fuel industry could support 15,000 jobs.

@SeanM1997 AirAsia X intends to establish a virtual hub in Kazakhstan and to operate fifth freedom flights from Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok via Kazakhstan to Istanbul, Paris, Frankfurt and London.

Video Picks:

Airbnb is ‘benefitting on the margin’ as remote workers have flexibility to extend stays: Analyst

Airline Stocks (DAL, LUV, UAL, AAL): Travel Demand Coming Back?

Airlines Summit | Carriers want to spread their wings

Business jet demand soaring, thanks to the pandemic


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