Published on February 2nd, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/02/2023

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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:
N998FD Boeing 757-230(F) c/n 24747 FedEx Ferried Memphis-Victorville 17/01/23 for part-out & scrap ex EI-IGC.
HL8061 Boeing 737-8AS c/n  37514 Jeju Air Ferried Seoul-Chitose-Anchorage 23/01/23 on return to lessor ex EI-DYS.
VP-CBU Airbus A321-231 c/n 2190 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Ferried Mojave-San Antonio 14/01/23 for P2F Conversion ex 2-CSKL

Global Aviation News:
Air Belgium to operate another 747-8F and A330P2F
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Air France-KLM continues to renew its fleet and places firm order for 7 Airbus A350s
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Akasa Air commences daily flights from Hyderabad, the 13th destination on its network
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Analysis: How Flybe’s Collapse Will Affect UK Connectivity
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Cathay Pacific publishes traffic figures for December 2022, releases update on 2022 performance and 2023 outlook
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EasyJet holidays over 60% sold for summer as demand soars
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Icelandair: Financing of two Boeing 737 MAX aircraft
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Jet2 upgrades annual profit forecast as bookings and prices rise
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Ten global capacity trends to watch in 2023
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Wizz Air projects return to profit in next 12 months
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9 Million Passengers Transported by Air during 2023 Chinese New Year Holiday
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus announces new route from Ireland West Airport Knock to London Heathrow
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Airwork Ireland’s Eamonn Cronin joins Cargo Facts EMEA
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Consumer Council says loss of Flybe services will ‘reduce NI consumers’ travel options to GB and Europe’
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DAA CEO Says Shannon ‘Not Competing’ With Dublin Airport
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Kerry-Amsterdam flight hopes dashed as route is deemed unviable by airlines
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Mallaghan returns to profit as aviation sector recovers
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Manna Aero CEO Bobby Healy: ‘The only additional tool you need is an environment in which to flourish’
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NAC has executed a lease agreement for two additional E175s with Star Air
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Ryanair“ cuts 2 Vilnius routes and frequency on 11 amid Vilnius airport’s decision to increase prices
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Ryanair hiring Ukraine staff in anticipation of return after war
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Ryanair to be opportunistic on future orders: O’Leary [Paywall]
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Squawk7000 Aviation News Week Starting January 30th, 2023
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Tweet Picks:
@ByERussell Airbus could up pressure on Boeing with a stretched A220, taking aim directly at the bestselling 737-8, while also freeing production capacity for more A321neos. Good piece from @juliejohnsson and @sidyoutwit.
@ByERussell “Competition? What competition?” is essentially what @flyfrenchbee  Marc Rochet said of new Paris offerings from JetBlue and Norse Atlantic. French Bee has been surprised by U.S. demand and is adding flights to match, beginning with Miami this month.
@ByERussell .@eurowings will open its 11th base at Graz, Austria. The Lufthansa Group discounter will launch 9 new routes in its Summer 2023 as part of its expanded presence.
@ByERussell French Bee takes delivery of its 12th A350. The leisure airline plans to add a new U.S. destination in 2023 with it amid strong travel demand. “We want to take advantage of the situation to improve and grow in the U.S.”
@ByERussell JetBlue will no longer use controversial carbon offsets to reduce its emissions and meet its net zero by 2040 target, via @Schlangenstein.
Video Picks:

Alaska Airlines CEO: We see upside in the business recovery in West Coast travel
Bernstein’s David Vernon discusses his favourite airline stocks
EasyJet sees return to profit, strong bookings for 2023
Eoghan Corry Flybe fails for the second time RTE the Business


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