Published on November 21st, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/11/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

High Ridge Aviation Selects SPARTA’s CommVerge Data Platform

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 introduces Airbus A320neo aircraft, ambition for short-haul fleet growth

Dublin based ASL Aviation the largest global Boeing 737NG Freighter operator

Ryanair Group sees opportunistic deals to add B737NG capacity into fleet

Aircraft Update:

D-ABUP Boeing 767-3Q8 c/n 30048 Condor Ferried Frankfurt Hahn-Bangor 18/11/22 on return to lessor ex EI-RUZ.

EI-GYU Boeing 737-8K5(F) c/n 35131 RwandaAir Air Test at Kelowna 14/11/22.

OE-IDD Airbus A320-214 c/n 6335 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Larnaca -Muscat-Delhi-Clark 17-18/11/22 ex JA814P.

Global Aviation News:

Air India to introduce premium economy class in certain long haul flights next month
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Airbus A330MRTT completes first 100% SAF test flight on both engines
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Akasa Air strengthens connectivity, announces Pune as the ninth destination on its network
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ATR42-600 to enter Chinese market
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Bangalore Airport IPO (Public Offer) Could Be At $3.7 Billion Value: Report
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Emirates adds 5 new Boeing 777-200LR freighters to order book
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EFW and Ameco to Collaborate on A330P2F Conversions
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Etihad Airways and Garuda Indonesia deepen partnership with significant codeshare expansion
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Hainan Airlines establishes cooperation with Deutsche Bundesbah
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United Becomes First U.S. Airline to Invest in Biofuel Refinery
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Irish Aviation News:

Ashland Place Completes 5-Aircraft Financing for HPS Investment Partners and Sirius Aviation Capital
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AviLease delivers first two of twelve Airbus A320neos to flynas
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Delegation of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Transport and Communications visiting Amsterdam and Rotterdam Airports as part of its consideration of Ireland’s National Aviation Policy
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“Don’t let yourself fall into the trap of indecision”: Six takeaways from Andy Cronin’s Avolon journey
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Dublin Airport Celebrates 100 Million+ Welcomes at Terminal 2
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Fitch Revises Ryanair’s Outlook to Positive from Stable; Affirms IDR at ‘BBB’
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Flybe to scale back winter operation in Belfast due to ‘unexpected late aircraft deliveries’
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Ryanair and Amadeus partner to enhance travel offering
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Tweet Picks:

@AirbusDefence The Airbus #A330MRTT completes first 100% SAF test flight. The  @RoyalAirForce Voyager’s 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel flight is world first for an in-service military transporter.

@AnitaMendiratta 1 year on, 28 to go towards #NetZero2050. Global #Aviation is committed for the long run, for generations of travel to come.

@ByERussell Turkish Airlines plans to add Detroit, Osaka Kansai, and Tokyo Haneda to its map in 2023, executives say during its third-quarter earnings call.

@ethanklapper “We have an upgrade problem from first officer to captain because it is *hard*,” SkyWest CEO Chip Childs says at RAA conference. “1,500 is an application requirement, not a training requirement.”

@flightradar24 100 years to the day, Qantas is retracing the route of its very first flight on 1 November 1922 from Charleville to Cloncurry via Longreach.

Video Picks:

Air Lease Corporation Executive Chairman of the Board at Skift Aviation Forum 2022

China Eases Quarantine Requirements, Scraps Flight Ban

Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker defends Australian expansion ambitions

Play – Kynning á árshlutauppgjöri Q3 2022


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