Published on January 13th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/01/2023

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter
India Aviation Industry Newsletter
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update
North American Aviation Newsletter
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus increases Airbus A320neo order book
Ryanair Group adds 43 new 737 MAX in 2022:
SunExpress connects Dublin to Antalya for Summer 23

Aircraft Update:

N182AN Boeing 757-223 c/n 29592 AerSale Ferried Roswell-Acadiana Regional 04/01/23.
N692AA Boeing 757-223 c/n 26972 AerSale Ferried Roswell-Acadiana Regional 04/01/23.
OE-IDL Airbus A320-271N c/n 11288 Avolon Aerospace Delivered Tel Aviv-Shannon 04/01/23.
Global Aviation News:
British Airways parent IAG air fares are up significantly – UBS
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British Airways unveils new uniform for frontline workers
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Iberia most on-time airline in Europe in 2022, Cirium report reveals
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Icelease nears redelivery of first LGW 737-800BCF conversion
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JetBlue and American Airlines Add More Flying in New York and Boston as Northeast Alliance Brings New Choices to Travelers
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Lufthansa Group to introduce new status programme in 2024
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Outlook 2023: airports need to change with the times – investment and strategy insights. Part Two
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Raya Airways ends year with four 767s
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15 new conversion lines that began in 2022
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Irish Aviation News:
Irish University Welcomes ELITE Flight Simulation Solutions Garmin G1000 Flight Simulator
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Irish Sea medley part one: Belfast-Heathrow with flybe
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Leipzig/Halle welcomes new Ryanair routes from London Stansted and Dublin
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‘Long way to go’ for full recovery in Asia-Pacific aviation sector: IATA DG Willie Walsh
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Magnetic MRO working together with Falko during the Long Term Storage of five ATRs
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Minister for Justice announces additional funding for new Garda helicopter and fixed wing plane
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Ryanair Holdings 25% upgrade at mid-point – Davy Research
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Ryanair NS23 Network Additions – 22DEC22
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University of Limerick plans global aircraft parts registry
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Tweet Picks:
@tomhfh Downing Street blames Covid for not meeting the original deadline to lift hand luggage liquid limits in airports this month. Says the new deadline of 2024 will be stuck to, and conversations will be had with other countries to recognise the system.
@winglets747 One interesting post-Covid growth development: Delta this week starts a second flight on both Seattle-Seoul Incheon and Los Angeles-Sydney. Before Covid, only one daily. Lots of market changes driving Delta’s opportunities, but interesting to see how Delta thickens its network.
@winglets747 So those two (yes, just two) 787-9s in the Thai fleet will get some sisters. But if the order happens, what are the odds the new 787-9s will be in a different configuration?. “Thai Airways held advanced discussions with Boeing Co. recently about purchasing its 787-9”.
@winglets747 Scott Kirby framed United’s selection for 767 replacements as between the 787 and A350, it seems. Why not the A330neo?. 100 aircraft is more than enough to gain scale on a separate fleet type. A330neo offers conversion for A320 pilots. Delta is largest A330neo customer.
@winglets747 The secondary placement 777-300ER market was largely concentrated in Russia. -300ER values under watch. Post-sanctions, pressure. Now Turkish carriers are acting as a sixth freedom hub between Russia and leisure destinations. Mavi Gok plans 2 more 300ERs.
Video Picks:

Bonus Episode – Flying in Winter
Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia To NDTV: India Touched 110 Million Fliers In 2022
Delta Air Lines named top 2023 pick at Raymond James
Goldman Sachs’ Noah Poponak on increasing orders for Boeing


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