Published on November 29th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/11/2022

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:

Coláiste Íde collaborates with Sky Handling Partner

Qatar Airways boosts Dublin frequency from January 2023 to meet demand

Ryanair Group to retrofit B737NG fleet with spilt scimitar winglets to cut fuel burn

Aircraft Update:

EC-LZO Boeing 767-35D c/n 27902 Privilege Style Ferried Leipzig-Lleida 17/11/22 prior return to lessor ex EI-FDI.

EI-DAO Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33550 ASL Airlines Belgium Ferried Lleida-Keflavik-Bangor-San Jose 20-21/11/22 for P2F conversion.

9H-QET Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33628 Malta Air Registered at London Stansted 22/11/22 ex EI-DWT.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic Top Winter Destinations – Vienna, Munich and Tenerife
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Air China Increases European Service
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AirAsia X Prepares For 2023 Growth As Demand Bounces Back
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Air Seychelles announces new service to Kazakhstan
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Boeing certification troubles in Canada ground 1st WestJet freighters
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Breeze Airways Enters Phoenix Market, Plans More Routes
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Eurowings Adds 8 Berlin Routes to Exploit EasyJet and Ryanair Cutting Flights
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Europe aviation: Asia Pacific still a check on plateaued recovery
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For Asian airlines, China market is ‘the elephant that isn’t in the room’
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Ontario Airport economic impact study reveals an ‘economic engine’ for Southern California
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Terminal 2 positions Bengaluru airport well for the right Indian airline partner to make it an international transfer hub: BIAL CEO Hari Marar
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Irish Aviation News:

Aergo Capital announces acquisition of Seraph Aviation
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Aer Lingus reveals US flights up 236% since borders reopened
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Aircraft Chartered for European Fisheries Control Agency Surveillance in Irish Waters
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Air fares set to rise amid ‘stubbornly high’ fuel prices, Willie Walsh say
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Eastern Airways to operate daily Belfast International service
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Emerald Airlines to Aer Lingus slot return at Dublin for Summer 2023
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Goshawk delivers A320 to Heston Airlines
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Nordic Aviation Capital launches NAC Women in Aviation Scholarship Funds with Cranfield University and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Asia)
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Ryanair begins service to Rovaniemi and Tuzla; returns to Klagenfurt & Asturias after almost a decade
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Tweet Picks:

@dominicgates Stability recovered, Alaska Airlines renews plans to grow Record Q3 revenue, strong financial results stoked by high summer fares & full airplanes. Alaska has 35 Boeing MAXs today. By end of 2023, its Airbus jets will be gone and it should have 78 MAXs.

@DXBMediaOffice Air carriers operating at @DXB added more than 110K scheduled seats to their flights during this November, compared to last October 2022, after it recorded a growth of nearly 3% according to a new report released by  @OAG_Aviation . #Dubai.

@hharteveldt  .@SpiritAirlines  hasn’t seen level of new #aircraft delays from @Airbus that have plagued other #airlines, says Spirit’s head of network planning John Kirby #aviation #SkiftLive.

@hharteveldt .@SunCountryAir  could grow to ~100 aircraft in next few years. The airline will stick with 737-800s although it would consider used 737 MAX jets depending on timing. #airline #aviation #SkiftLive.

@lesliejosephs Amazon hires @HawaiianAir to fly rented Airbus A330 freighters, retailer’s biggest planes yet but  not for growth–it’s to replace older planes, such as some of the original 767s that are nearing the end of their leases/life . w/@annierpalmer  $HA $AMZN.

Video Picks:

Eoghan Corry Dublin and Cork airport security upgrade Newstalk

Frontier introduces ‘All You Can Fly’ pass

Future of Women in Aviation Webinar Recording: October 11th 2022

TF1 – Rueda Prensa de Ángel Víctor Torres y el CEO de la aerolínea Ryanair, Eddie Wilson


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