Published on December 22nd, 2022 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/12/2022

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:

Ryanair to link Dublin to Newquay for Summer 23

SAS Connect adds 19th Airbus A320neo

Widerøe announces New Dublin to Bergen route

Aircraft Update:

OE-IFG Airbus A320-232 c/n 2496 AerCap Ferried Clarke-Karachi-Amman 02/12/22 ex RP-C7298.

OE-INU Airbus A320-232 c/n 3753 DVB Bank Ferried Montpellier-Ciudad Real 16/12/22 ex SX-DVU.

OE-LIL Candair CRJ1000 c/n  19024 Gainjet Ireland Ferried Ljubljana-Maastricht 02/12/22 ex F-WTAU.

Global Aviation News:

Allegiant’s airport network reaches 125 this winter; Orlando SFB still first for most flights and routes
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Barcelona El Prat Airport Edging Closer to Recovery
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BLR Airport records significant growth in passenger traffic in the current Financial Year
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Interview: Hong Kong Begins Post-Pandemic Fight Back
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Minister of Civil Aviation, Shri Jyotiraditya M. Scindia inaugurates multiple flights to boost connectivity to Northeastern Region
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No comeback for super cheap flights, Transavia CEO says
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Swiss Aviation Tycoon Set To Expand Vista Global’s Private Jet Fleet As Travel Rebounds
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WestJet announces new service to Japan and Europe as part of planned expansion from YYC Calgary International Airport
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Why is flying in Canada so expensive? Sky-high airport fees don’t help
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus NS23 European Network Changes – 12DEC22
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ERA welcomes Ireland’s newest airline Emerald Airlines into membership
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IATA DG Willie Walsh doubts single-pilot operations will be seen soon, ‘if ever’
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Interviews with aviation leaders – KPMG Ireland
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Irish Sea medley part one: Belfast-Heathrow with flybe
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Marathon Asset Management, L.P. (‘Marathon’) closes Aircraft ABS Transaction with Airborne Capital Limited (‘Airborne Capital’) serving as advisor and servicer
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Michael O’Leary named as Irish Times Business person of the month for November
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Ryanair investing in Liverpool with fourth aircraft and three new routes
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Ryanair NW22 Network Additions Summary – 09DEC22
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Tweet Picks:

@Airline_Weekly Pegasus, the Turkish low-cost carrier, lead global airlines in profitability in the third quarter, while Garuda Indonesia was the global laggard.

@CaptFWA Interesting to note that no U.S. carrier operates the #A380. Our airports certainly have the infrastructure to accommodate them.

@ByERussell Porter Airlines is betting on a better economy travel experience with its new Embraer jets. But the airline faces stiff competition, and the new operation lacks Porter’s main competitive advantage: A base at Toronto CBD-adjacent Billy Bishop Airport.

@hharteveldt .@JetBlue & @americanair to add more routes/flights in Boston & NYC starting in Spring 2023 as part of their northeast alliance.

@Sean_G_Carroll Lawmakers agreed that aviation carbon tax will be restricted to inter-EEA flights only, with international flights paying the (much cheaper) CORSIA rate. However, this will be reviewed in 2026 – should CORSIA be deemed ineffective, ETS will apply to all.

Video Picks:

Our business will benefit as the economy tightens, says Malaysia’s Capital A

Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker criticises Qantas and discusses ‘alternative’ for Australians

United — This is the story of new planes

U.S. airlines stabilizing operations, limiting cancelled flights, advocacy group says


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