Published on January 18th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/01/2023

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Releases 2022 Operational Review

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:

EI-HJB Airbus A320-232 c/n 2430 White Delivered Castellón-Beja 28/12/22.

OE-IDK Airbus A320-271N c/n 11282 Avolon Aerospace Delivered Toulouse-Shannon 28/12/22.

2-HlLV Boeing 737-8FZ c/n 34406 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Ferried Mojave-Anchorage 22/12/22 ex LV-HQY.

Global Aviation News:

A step closer to digital India: IndiGo pioneers the launch ‘Digital e-logbook’ for pilots
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Air Cargo Faces Mixed 2023 in a ‘Cooling’ Market
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Air Serbia seeking third A330, eyes Miami and Toronto
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Appropriations Deal Eases Boeing’s Max Cert Burden
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BOC Aviation Orders 40 New Boeing 737 MAX 8 Aircraft
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Britain’s Jet2 Sees Package Holidays Drawing Demand During Slump
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DAE Signs US$800 million Unsecured Term Financings
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Embraer confirms Binter as the customer of five E195-E2 aircraft 
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Icelandair Cargo takes delivery of a Boeing 767
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UK capacity recovery at 87% in December; eight of top 15 airlines growing including Wizz Air and Loganair
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Irish Aviation News:

Former Ryanair marketing head Kenny Jacobs begins new role as daa Chief Executive
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IATA 152nd Slot Conference Dublin, Ireland 13-15 June 2023
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Minister of State Naughton announces over €21 million in operational funding for Irish airports
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Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary sees high single digit air fare rise in ‘very strong’ summer
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Steven Udvar-Hazy: A Life In Aviation – Lasting influence on Irish Aviation at Aer Lingus and Ryanair 
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SMBC Aviation Capital Completes Acquisition of Goshawk Management Ltd
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Squawk 7000 – Aviation News Week starting January 9th

Standard Chartered explores strategic alternatives for aviation unit
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Two senior Aviation Finance appointments at PwC Ireland
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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.

@ByERussell Air Canada has long said the A220 would allow it to open new thin long routes — like Toronto to @FlySMF  — that are not economically possible with larger aircraft. “This aircraft opens up a huge possibility of new routes.”

@kaurlavpreet698 Bengaluru is also an aerospace city. All major parts of aircraft are manufactured here, we must soon start manufacturing aircrafts here: @BSBommai on indigenous manufacturing in India to boost #indianaviation at #DHBengaluru2040.

@LuxuryTravelled Newly proposed Maldivian start-up airline BEOND, flying all business class configured A321LR (and later XLR) feels like just the right for the Maldives – with direct flights into Europe and Asia.

@tourismsvoice Sadly, there was no recognition in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement of the role tourism can, should, and will play in helping to fuel our economic recovery.

Video Picks:

American Airline CEO Robert Isom on FAA outage: Investment is required, no doubt

Delta CEO: Return to travel is going to go on for several years to come

European airlines and airports lament EU recommendations on passengers travelling from China

In the Making: First #A330neo to Air Greenland


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