Published on November 23rd, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/11/2022

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:

EC-NYS ATR72-212A(500) c/n 785 Canary Fly Delivered Toulouse-Francazal-Las Palmas 18/11/22 ex 9H-AIT.

TC-DCD Airbus A320-214 c/n 5995 Canada Jetlines Ferried Shannon-Malta 12/11/22.

VP-BGA Airbus A320-251N c/n 11019 Avianca Colombia Delivered Montpellier-Shannon-Bangor 18/11/22.

Global Aviation News:

AEI Receives Civil Aviation Authority Of Malaysia STC Approval For B737-800SF Freighter Conversions
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Europe aviation: intercontinental yield even stronger than intra-Europe
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Expanded Canada-India Air Transport Agreement to allow unlimited flights between both countries
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Freighter demand will rise significantly over 20 years says Boeing
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Fitch Revises Wizz Air’s Outlook to Negative; Affirms IDR at ‘BBB-‘
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Flair Airlines is in talks to merge with ex-Boeing CEO’s SPAC
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Flybe cancels new flights to and from Isle of Man
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Gibraltar seeks expansion of route network into the ‘Spanish hinterland’
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Virgin Atlantic set to soar to paradise with new services to the Maldives and Turks & Caicos islands
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Irish Aviation News:

Kenny Jacobs Appointed As Chief Executive Officer At daa
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Northern Ireland minister upbeat about potential of Blackpool Airport
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On location at SSP’s ‘innovation hub’ in Dublin
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‘Pulling Back the Clouds’ takes off at Shannon Airport
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Ryanair announces biggest ever Birmingham schedule
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Ryanair Stronghold: Route Chief Sees Up To 120 Italian Based Boeing 737s
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Squawk7000 Aviation News Week Starting November 21st, 2022

Tweet Picks:

@winglets747 CDB Aviation Head of Strategy Cronan Enright: return of belly capacity is unknown, but the likes of DHL and Amazon are on closed loop networks that aren’t impacted by bellies. #CFSymposium22.

@winglets747 Luis Sierra, CEO of Mexico’s Mas Air Cargo: “I have a lot of faith in perishables.” Whatever the perishable – cherries, flowers – US and China have merchandising strategies ready. #CFSymposium22.

@winglets747 oneworld has always been the most flexible alliance. Member airlines are more autonomous and focus on their business. AA’s anchor partners: BA constrained by Heathrow, JAL has conservative mindset, lost LATAM, etc. Those are also higher OD hubs. Reach on a route map ≠ revenue.

@winglets747 Silk Way Airlines VP Fleet Ali Hajiyev: Boeing study found about 10% of 747 cargo operations use the nose loading door. For us, it’s around 5%. #CFSymposium22.

@winglets747 Will there be an exceptionally strong partnership with Turkish selling the capacity IndiGo is wet leasing from Turkish?. The revenue & cost profile is vastly different for IndiGo. A Turkish 777 is less than twice the capacity of an IndiGo A321neo, but multiples of op cost.

Video Picks:

Rendezvous at Taj: Air India’s Ambitious Flight Path | Campbell Wilson | Puneet Chhatwal

Singapore Airlines expects passenger yields to drop in 2023 as rivals increase capacity

Strong Pent Up Demand for Travel in Asia: Ismail

Sun Country Airlines CEO Jude Bricker at Skift Aviation Forum 2022


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