Published on December 15th, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/12/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter

India Aviation Industry Newsletter

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update

North American Aviation Newsletter

IrishAero Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Regional commences new Dublin-Aberdeen & Southampton routes

El Al to commence Dublin route to connect tech hubs

Qantas Airways Airbus A380 transits Irish Airspace on return to service

Aircraft Update:

A6-FKG Boeing 737-8 c/n 61004 FlyDubai Delivered Boeing Field-Shannon-Dubai 09-10/12/22.

EI-HAJ Airbus A330-343 c/n 1559 DCAL Leasing Ferried Châteauroux-Ciudad Real 09/12/22 ex RP-C8765.

VQ-BRL Airbus A321-231 c/n 3458 Aircastle Ferried Shannon-Bangor-Goodyear 10/12/22 ex G-ZBAK.

Global Aviation News:

AEI’s Receives Egyptian STC Approval for Boeing 737-800SF
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British Airways to trial Amadeus biometric technology at Heathrow
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New Bodø Airport given go ahead
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SWISS to fly the ‘new technology’ Airbus A350-900 from 2025
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THAI And Singapore Airlines Sign MoU To Forge New Strategic Partnership
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United Airlines CEO says he doesn’t see evidence of a recession in travel data: ‘The word wouldn’t be in my vocabulary’
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WestJet Cargo Confirms The Launch Of Four Boeing 737-800 Freighters On March 26, 2023
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World’s First C919 Aircraft Delivered to China Eastern Airlines
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Irish Aviation News:

ERA welcomes Emerald Airlines as its newest member
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Eirtech Aviation Services adds more aircraft types to CAMO Approvals
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Ennis Hotelier Insists New Routes From Shannon Can Benefit Local Hospitality Businesses
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Irish air travel set to reach 100% of 2019 levels next year – Walsh
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Irish Sea medley part three: Derry-Stansted with Loganair
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Michael O’Leary says environmental levy should extend to long-haul flights
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Qantas doesn’t believe in single pilot aircraft says CEO Alan Joyce 
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Ryanair & Shell Sign Sustainable Fuel Agreement with particular focus on SAF supply at RYR’s largest bases like Dublin and London Stansted
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Taking the carbon out of flying – Fexco’s new Pace system gives investors live data on aircraft emissions
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Tweet Picks:

@jonostrower Airbus’s @GuillaumeFaury intends to have its jets certified for 100% SAF by 2030. “We could be much faster. But we don’t see the need to get there faster” given the limited supply of SAF available to airlines. A chicken and the egg debate mid-existential crisis. #AirbusSummit.

@jonostrower Neste, the world’s largest SAF producer, expects 1.5m tonnes of production capacity coming online in April 2023, including a 1m t capacity refinery in Singapore. Current production is 100K t/yr. Global need is 300-360m t annually. Goal is 40m t/yr by 2030. #AirbusSummit.

@khabri_lal Decarbonisation being taken seriously by the entire ecosystem. More efforts needed to educate the passengers says Neste – the SAF player #AirbusSummit.

@RAeSTimR Passenger behaviour changing says Air France’s Vincent Etchebehere  – now demanding transparency and sustainable options with tickets. #AirbusSummit.

@TTGMedia Virgin Atlantic (@VirginAtlantic) has almost certainly ruled out a return to Gatwick airport, saying it does not have the connectivity the carrier needs.

Video Picks:

Interview with James Meyler | Aviation Industry leaders Report 2023

Interview with John Plueger, CEO of Air Lease Corporation | Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2023

Interview with Robert Martin, CEO of BOC Aviation| Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2023

Interview with Ryan McKenna, CEO of Griffin | Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2023

United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby on massive Boeing order: ‘It’s a really big deal’


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