Published on January 30th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/01/2023

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:

Flight Calibration Service (FCSL) establishes Irish AOC

Gainjet Ireland exceeds 100th Hawker 800XP Medevac mission

Malta Air Boeing 737NG fleet expands to 128 aircraft 

Aircraft Update:

EI-DSL Airbus A320-216 c/n 3643 ITA Airways Ferried Rome Fiumicino-Castellón 25/01/23.

EI-IFY Boeing 737-8200 c/n 67070 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 24/01/23.

EI-GYY Airbus A320-214 c/n 5844 Macquarie AirFinance Ferried Lourdes-Francazal 27/01/23 ex JA01VA.

Global Aviation News:

Air Serbia responds to Wizz Air’s Belgrade expansion
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Amazon Is Trying to Fill Empty Space on Its Air Cargo Flights as Consumer Demand Cools
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American Airlines, JetBlue Both Post Record Revenue. They Are Upbeat About 2023
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Chinese Airlines Ready To Rebuild Asia-Pacific Networks
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Delta Air Lines Extends Salt Lake City Airport Lease Agreement To 2044
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Embraer Confirms Launch Delay for Proposed Turboprop
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Emirates completes engine ground testing with 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel
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Etihad and SATAVIA sign multi-year commercial agreement to deliver contrail management and future carbon credits within day-to-day operations
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Freightos set to list on Nasdaq when markets open
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Gulfstream Aerospace Deliveries Set To Take Off in 2023
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Irish Aviation News:

AerFin Developing pathways for sustainable disassembly
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Aer Lingus goes with céad míle fáilte
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airBaltic Loses Riga Airport Market Share To Ryanair In 2022
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A Look At Ryanair’s Massive Ireland Summer Schedule
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A330 lease rates could increase 35% – Avolon [Paywall]
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Belfast City Airport Statement: Re Flybe
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Bigger and better: AerCap CEO Aengus Kelly on buying GECAS, moving past Covid, and the future of aviation leasing
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Croatia Airlines says coastal focus unrelated to Ryanair’s Zagreb base
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daa Staff Give 3 Irish Charities 390,000 Reasons to Smile
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Deep connections between Air Corps and Donegal Airport recognised 
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Ryanair raises summer Kerry capacity
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell JAL budget subsidiary Zipair will launch Tokyo Narita-San Jose flights 3x weekly with a 787-8. ANA is scheduled to resume flights on the route, which it suspended during the pandemic, in March 2023, per Diio.

@ByERussell Passenger boarding’s at @Reagan_Airport have exceeded 2019 levels since April.  American, JetBlue, Alaska, and Frontier are all flying more seats.

@ByERussell With the JetBlue-Spirit deal, Frontier Airlines will be the only ULCC serving major markets in the U.S. “95 percent of U.S. capacity will be 30 to 80 percent higher cost than us,” says Frontier CEO Barry Biffle.

@ethanklapper “For the charter business, the pilot requirement will be the exact same as it is at SkyWest,” Chip Childs says….but, “you probably won’t” need 1,500 hours to fly it. (So, Chip is referring to CRJ training requirements here.)

@manoj_rammohan #Vistara to have 70 aircraft by mid-2024; to add more #international routes, says @airvistara  CEO Vinod Kannan #aviation.

Video Picks:

Airlines continue to be in a great position to grow profitability, says Lido Advisors’ Gina Sanchez

British Airways | Boeing 787-10 Aircraft Delivery

Trip.Com Group CEO Jane Sun on Future of Mainland Chinese Travel and Tourism

United Airlines earnings top estimates amid robust travel demand


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