Published on January 3rd, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/01/2023

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

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Airbus A321XLR test flights over Ireland

Akasa Air Boeing 737-8 MAX Deliveries over Ireland

Emerald Airlines (UK) Awarded AOC

Aircraft Update:

B-222R Boeing 737-86N(F) c/n 35639 Tianjin Air Cargo Delivered Shanghai-Tianjin 20/12/22 ex N283GE.

CP-3206 Boeing 737-86J c/n 37746 Boliviana de Aviación Delivered Dublin-Sal International-Jorge Wilstermann International Airport 31/12/22-02/01/23 ex N746SM.

EI-FSE Airbus A330-243 c/n 293 DAE Capital Ferried Shanghai-Tuscan 23/12/22 ex A6-EYT.

Global Aviation News:

Air cargo 2022: What went right and what went wrong
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Air India to get fresh brand identity: CEO Campbell Wilson tells staff
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Air Serbia to add five aircraft in 2023, plans up to thirty new routes
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All eyes on EU after China approves Korean Air’s Asiana acquisition
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Bold Travel Industry Predictions for 2023

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Liverpool John Lennon Airport looking for more airlines and new routes in 2023
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Kalitta Charters II picks up 737 Classic released by Russian sanctions
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Outlook 2023: North American airlines exhibit optimism, despite market challenges
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Priceline Launches Strategic Partnership with British Airways and Iberia
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Turkish Airlines expects more than 88 million passengers in 2023 -Anadolu
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Delivers First of Six New Airbus A330neo Aircraft to Condor
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Aer Lingus Closes Belfast City – London Bookings in NS23
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Aviation Leader Willie Walsh: Profitability Coming For World’s Airlines In 2023
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Azorra Completes 5 Sale & Leasebacks Of New E2 Aircraft With Porter Airlines
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Commission for Aviation Regulation Final Decision on the Maximum Levels of Airport Charges at Dublin Airport, 2023-2026
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Dublin Airport North Runway Awarded Engineering Endeavour of 2022
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Former Ryanair Head of Communications Stephen McNamara to Become CEO Paralympics Ireland 
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Ireland had smallest air passenger growth in EU last year
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Ryanair announces biggest ever Porto & Faro summer schedules in response to reduced airport charges
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Ryanair: “Never Say Never” On Acquiring Widebody Aircraft
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Tweet Picks:

@Airline_Weekly  Delta Air Lines plans to nearly double profits next year. How? Continued strong travel demand, the “healthy” return of business travellers, and the full recovery of its core hubs that generate the highest profits in its network.

@aneeshp Air France-KLM unhappy with IndiGo’s expansion in Europe. IndiGo has been expanding reach with code shares with Turkish Airlines. Will also fly a wet-leased Boeing 777-300ER to Istanbul.

@beverstine Flight tracking has shown to be so important during critical world events, such as the airlift from Afghanistan, Ukraine invasion, downing of commercial aircraft in Ukraine/Iran, etc. Banning flight trackers is such stupid terrible move for this place.

@ByERussell The pandemic wrought big changes on AirAsia. Now, with its recovery in sight, Southeast Asia’s largest budget brand plans a new airline and major corporate overhaul.

@jonostrower U.S. approves conditions for Airbus A321XLR to address fire risks.

Video Picks:

Airbus A220 Africa Demo Tour Highlights | airBaltic

Airbnb’s acceleration is consumer driven, says Cowen’s Kevin Kopelman

Chinese airlines to win big on border opening

Rollercoaster Of Emotions For Akasa Air | CEO of Akasa Vinay Dube | CMO Belson Coutinho


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