Published on December 23rd, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/12/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter

India Aviation Industry Newsletter

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update

North American Aviation Newsletter

SPARTA Newsletter – December

IrishAero Blog Posts:

Ryanair to link Dublin to Newquay for Summer 23

SAS Connect adds 19th Airbus A320neo

Widerøe announces New Dublin to Bergen route

Aircraft Update:

EI-EVW Boeing 737-8AS c/n 40318 Odin Aircraft Ltd Ferried Ostrava-St Athan 06/12/22.

EI-HIM Boeing 737-800 c/n 60181 Neos Registered at Shannon 04/12/22 ex VP-BSA.

EI-HJK Boeing 737-82R(F) c/n 35701 ASL Airlines Ireland Position Shannon-Milan Malpensa 05/12/22 ex OE-IEC.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic Participates in A220 Demo Tour in Africa Together with Airbus
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Ethiopian Airlines to resume flights to Singapore
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European Council updates COVID-19 travel recommendations to lift all travel restrictions
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Eurowings reports revival of business travel bookings
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Fitch Affirms Connecticut Airport Auth’s Bradley Int’l Airport Rev Bonds at ‘A’; Outlook Stable
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Icelandair adds Tel Aviv to 2023 network
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IndiGo announces 32 new connecting flights to enhance connectivity between India and Europe
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London LGW welcomes second Vietnam route with Bamboo, but non-stops to Europe remain limited
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Lufthansa: 5,200 connections more to 205 destinations in summer 2023
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Outlook 2023: Asia-Pacific LCCs are leveraging favourable market conditions
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Philippines transitions to new e-Travel Registration
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United Airlines Unveils Historic Order to Purchase Up To 200 New Boeing 787 Aircraft 
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Opening Statement to Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications Committee – 14th December 2022
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Aer Lingus NS23 Trans-Atlantic Operation Changes – 13DEC22
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Belfast City Airport Firefighters Honoured for Long Service and Good Conduct
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CMW in conversation with … Ciara Gallagher, Manager – Business Tourism & Events, Fáilte Ireland
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Dynamatic Technologies signs deal with Spirit AeroSystems for Detail Part Manufacturing
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Exhibition in homage to airport’s history goes on display at Shannon Airport 
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Fly Atlantic, The Newest Low-Cost Transatlantic Airline, CEO Interview

Hong Kong competing with Middle East for pilots, will not regain aviation hub status before 2028, says IATA DG Willie Walsh
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Ryanair’s O’Leary says industry most optimistic in 25 years
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Ryanair to add Belfast Intl., Brno and Rijeka from Milan BGY
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Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary Says Airline ‘Can And Will Do More’ At Shannon In Future
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Vmo Aircraft Leasing Purchases One A350-900 on Lease to Asiana Airlines
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “This is the year we come home — we come back to Atlanta, we come back to Minneapolis, we come back to Detroit,” Delta CEO Bastian says of where it will grow the most in 2023. Those 3 core Delta hubs have been among the slowest to comeback from the pandemic. $DAL.

@ByERussell “We may only get to 80% to 90% [corporate travel recovery], and that’s okay because we have so many new forms of travel by those same individuals because mobility means you can actually work wherever you are,” Delta CEO Ed Bastian says at outset of investor event. $DAL.

@ByERussell “We think through all parts of the cycle [premium] will be the more resilient” segment of the market, Delta’s Hauenstein says. $DAL

@ByERussell “For all intents and purposes, we’re in a recession in Europe,” Delta’s Hauenstein says. Despite this, transatlantic demand is strong and expected to improve as the calendar moves into the peak spring and summer period. $DAL.

@ByERussell “We’re big proponents of consolidation not just within markets but across the region,” Avianca CEO Neuhauser says of the Abra deal. #Aerospace22.

Video Picks:

Ryanair at the Oireachtas transport committee Nov 30 2022, full hearing

We’re not seeing any travel demand pullback, says Booking Holdings CEO Glenn Fogel

WestJet Christmas: Miracle Miles

Wyndham CEO Geoffrey Ballotti: Travel demand remains strong despite economic conditions


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