Published on February 7th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/02/2023

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:

Ethiopian Airlines launches new Atlanta route with Dublin tech stop, eyes Denver route

PLAY airlines links Dublin to Toronto Hamilton via Keflavik

Ryanair’s new route from Dublin to Zakynthos

Aircraft Update:

LN-FGA Boeing 737-82R c/n 40014 Flyr Ferried Oslo-Shannon 03/02/23 by lessor.

LN-FGB Boeing 737-82R c/n 40881 Flyr Ferried Oslo-Shannon 03/02/23 by lessor.

LN-FGC Boeing 737-82R c/n 40261 Flyr Ferried Oslo-Shannon 03/02/23 by lessor.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus to hire 13,000 extra staff to ramp up aircraft production rate
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Air France-KLM CEO Slams Schiphol Flight Cuts
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AirAsiaX relaunch gains momentum
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Boeing, Atlas Air Celebrate Delivery of Final 747, an Airplane that Transformed Aviation and Global Air Travel
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Boeing plans to add a new 737 Max production line to meet strong demand
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British Airways Announces Resumption Of Flights To Mainland China
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Capacity growth accelerates for Cathay Pacific
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Norwegian to lease six Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft
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Pyka Unveils The World’s Largest Autonomous Electric Cargo Airplane: Pelican Cargo
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‘Prices should come down’: Emirates Chairman Tim Clark eyes lower ticket prices as airlines boost capacity
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Celebrates The Delivery Of Its 50th 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter
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Aer Lingus / Emerald Airlines Further Expands Belfast City Network in NS23
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Air Nostrum, CityJet Revive Merger Plan
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Bologna Airport announces consolidation of partnership with Ryanair
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Belfast International Airport welcomes £2.3m Levelling Up support from UK Government

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Cassidy Travel and Travel Escapes announced as Travel Agencies of the year at the ITAA Travel Agency of the Year 2023 Awards
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Expect cheaper fares, fewer delays: Qantas chief Alan Joyce
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IAA Chief Executive, Peter Kearney, takes over chair of the A6 Alliance for 2023
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Ryanair has 75 Vienna routes this summer but 58 have direct competition; had over 90 routes in S22
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Tweet Picks:

@lesliejosephs Despite talk of economic weakness, @Southwest CFO Tammy Romo says at investor day that airline sees “no signs of a slowdown” in current strong travel trends. $LUV.

@lesliejosephs United’s CEO says revenue is still rising, even though biz travel demand growth levelling out. Walmart’s CEO echoed his comments about consumers spending on travel.

@lesliejosephs Walmart CEO told @CNBC  this morning that he’s seeing a shift in consumer spending to travel. “So many people didn’t get to travel during the pandemic…they’re spending that money to do that because it’s a priority.”

@lesliejosephs LUV: Actually, “We continue to see no noticeable signs of a slowdown in macro travel demand and our booking trends” this year, Southwest chief commercial officer Ryan Green says. Airline earlier noted some cancellations and weaker bookings until March after the holiday meltdown.

@melissa_repko Delta says the travel boom is still going strong. It expects 2023 earnings to nearly double, @lesliejosephs reports. That shift to experiences vs. stuff is another threat for retailers, along with inflation.

Video Picks:

Air India Goes Shopping, Plans To Buy 220 Boeing Planes | Business 360 | CNBC-TV18

Amazon Launches Its Cargo Service Amazon Air In India | Digital | CNBC-TV18

American Airlines Expects a Sharp Rise in Profits

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun on 747 End, China Orders and Autonomous Jets


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