Published on February 1st, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/02/2023

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:

M-ABRD Airbus A330-242 c/n 926 AFG Ireland Ferried Teruel-Brussels 16/01/23.

OE-IDL Airbus A320-271N c/n 11288 ITA Airways Delivered Shannon-Rome Fiumicino 24/01/23 to become EI-INC.

OY-YFK DHC8-402 c/n 4309 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Toulouse-Francazal-Mönchengladbach 27/01/23.

Global Aviation News:

Emirates to resume daily non-stop Dubai-Hong Kong service
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Etihad Airways announces new routes to Copenhagen and Düsseldorf
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PLAY increases its reach in North America and takes off to Canada
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Qatar Airways and Air Serbia Sign Comprehensive Codeshare Agreement
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Qantas appoints AVIAREPS as General Sales Agent to expand presence in Latin America
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RAF’s first use of sustainable aviation fuel in Typhoon and Hercules aircraft
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Russian MRO Set to Make Parts for Western-built Aircraft
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SAS Reaches Agreements with Two Additional Lessors – Concludes Lessor Negotiations as Part of Its Chapter 11 Process
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SATA Azores Airlines is Binter’s code share partner on flights between the Azores and the Canary Islands
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Skift Megatrends 2023
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SWISS extends Premium Economy Class to its Airbus A340 fleet
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Taking off: Rates for Pittsburgh International Airport airlines increasing 
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Textron Aviation Delivers 3,000th Cessna Caravan Family Aircraft; Grand Caravan EX Joins Azul Conecta Airline Fleet in Brazil
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Regional to Safeguard Connectivity from Northern Ireland to Great Britain, Increasing its Capacity from Belfast City Airport
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Brand USA reveals details of next UK and Ireland trade ‘mega fam’
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Birr Breakfast Fly-In Announced for 15th April
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Consumers prioritising travel, says AerCap CEO Aengus Kelly
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Falko Announces Recent Appointments
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First Ryanair 737NG Fitted with Split Scimitar Winglets
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‘Flight ticket prices could increase by 10% this year,’ says Ryanair Group CEO
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Manna’s Bobby Healy: ‘I want to build the biggest business Ireland has ever seen’
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Ryanair Predicts Profitable Run to Continue as Bookings Return
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Delta focused on strengthening its position in its coastal hubs (Boston, Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle) in 2022, and will shift to rebuilding its core Atlanta, Detroit, and Minneapolis-St. Paul hubs in 2023, Hauenstein says. $DAL.

@ByERussell Mention of Delta’s focus cities — Cincinnati, Austin, and Raleigh-Durham — has been notably absent during this investor day. $DAL

@ByERussell The regional jet pilot shortage will be with us through this entire year,” Delta President Hauenstein says of 2023. Delta expects the situation to begin easing in 2024. $DAL.

@ByERussell “We will be out of the 50-seat business” by summer, Delta’s Hauenstein says. Wow — the airline that pioneered the 50-seat regional jet in the 1990s will fully exit them in 2022.#avgeek

@ByERussell Why Delta CEO Bastian is so confident that travel is countercyclical: Air travel is historically 1.3% of GDP. The pandemic broke this and created a “massive gap,” that is still off by about $30bn in 2022.

Video Picks:

IATA Air Cargo Outlook (Andrew Matters, Head of Policy Analysis)

The Landscape of Travel in 2030 and Beyond with Rohit Talwar, CEO, Fast Future

2023 Airline and travel stocks outlook: The ‘ongoing demand has some legs,’ analyst says

2023 will bring more destination travel, says Travel and Leisure Company CEO


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