Published on February 9th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/02/2023

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:
EI-GXV Airbus A320-232 c/n 5155 SuperJet at Montpellier 05/02/23 prior delivery.
LN-DYI Boeing 737-8JP c/n 40866 Bank of America Leasing Ferried Oslo-Norwich 03/02/23 ex EI-FHX.
S2-AJH Boeing 737-8AL c/n 39064 US-Bangla Airlines Delivered Shannon-Kuwait City-Dhaka 03-04/02/23 ex 2-TSYS.
Global Aviation News:

Airlines lift China international flight capacity as border opens – Curium data

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Air Dolomiti grows capacity by over 20% this summer v 2019; all routes from either Munich or Frankfurt
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American Airlines Is Profitable and Reliable But CEO Robert Isom Is Expected to Deliver More
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Boeing to hire 10,000 workers in 2023 as it ramps up production
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Chinese Airlines Ready To Rebuild Asia-Pacific Networks
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Commercial Flying Is Back in All 50 States Thanks to This Low-cost Airline Launching in Delaware
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EasyJet holidays carryings ‘could rise to 1.7m’ this year
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Etihad Airways boosts frequency to Frankfurt
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Flair Airlines is now Canada’s third largest airline; Toronto and Vancouver are LCC’s busiest airports
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India’s Newest Airline Looks to Fill Void From Second and Third-Tier Cities
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Thai AirAsia Adding Back Idled Jets Amid China Tourism Restart
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UPS begins MD-11F retirement
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Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Signs Lease Agreements With Fly Meta For Four Boeing 777-300ERSF Aircraft
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Aer Lingus Moves Knock – London Service to Heathrow in NS23
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Aer Lingus Regional to Commence Flights to Newcastle and Nottingham East Midlands from Belfast City Airport
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Aircastle Announces Increase of Revolving Credit Facility to $200 Million and Extension to January 2025
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Analysis: Ryanair flying high with perfect business model for turbulent times
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Avolon Expects Multiyear Time Frame For Boeing Recovery
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Emirates Agent Appreciation Lunch at the Ivy
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Eoghan Corry Talks Travel – January 2023
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NAC has completed a sale agreement for eight E190s and two E175s with TrueNoord
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Qantas will get three new Boeing 787s in June – CEO Alan Joyce
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Ryanair calls on Transport Minister Eamon Ryan to take action to prevent further drone disruptions at Dublin Airport
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Ryanair Holdings – Delivers in line with January 4th statement – Davy Research
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Ryanair to be opportunistic on future orders: O’Leary [Paywall]
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Tweet Picks:
@Airline_Weekly Alaska Airlines margins cratered in the fourth quarter after leading the industry over the summer. But the carrier is used to seasonal fluctuations, and the pullback in the tech sector is as yet unconcerning, execs say.
@Airline_Weekly American Airlines capacity growth will be limited by workforce, supply chain, and cost constraints this year.
@Airline_Weekly Southwest Airlines has notched up its capacity growth forecast for 2023, to up 16-17% yoy, after its holiday meltdown lowered last year’s numbers.
@newgoaairport We’re flying higher and higher by the day! 250+ air-traffic movements from New Goa Manohar International Airport. Thank you for all the love and support. Welcome and enjoy the #GOXperience. @newgoaairport.
@YXiusheng China’s domestically-developed AG600 large amphibious aircraft has entered the airworthiness flight-test phase, the Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) announced.
Video Picks:

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