Published on February 17th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/02/2023

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:

Boeing & Ethiopian Airlines Humanitarian partnership flights transit Shannon Airport

IndiGo connects Delhi to Dublin in partnership with Turkish Airlines

Second ATR72-600 joins Emerald Airlines UK fleet

Aircraft Update:

N986CM Airbus A321-211 c/n 808 Cargo Aircraft Management Ferried Castellón-Shannon-Bangor-Tampa 02-03/02/23 for P2F conversion.

OE-LVD Boeing 737-86N(F) c/n 30231 ASL Airlines France Ferried Shannon-Liege 07/02/23.

2-BBMS Boeing 737-8EH c/n 34274 BBAM Leasing Registered at Shannon 10/02/23 ex VT-SLL.

Global Aviation News:

Accessible Air Travel is a Pillar of Social Inclusion
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Air India Selects Up to 290 Boeing Jets to Serve Its Strategy for Sustainable Growth
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Europe’s Leap Forward in Sustainability
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Frontier Airlines Announces Major Expansion of Service to Puerto Rico
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Kuehne+Nagel and Apex Logistics receive the last Boeing 747-8 freighter ‘Empower.’ from Atlas Air
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Retailers have a new headache — people are spending their money on travel
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Statement from President Joe Biden on Air India’s Historic Purchase of Boeing Aircraft
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Tata-owned Air India to acquire 250 Airbus aircraft
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The World Just Doesn’t Have Enough Planes as Travel Roars Back
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Irish Aviation News:

Aercap transitions 737-800 in China [Paywall]
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Avolon hires VP capital markets [Paywall]
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Foley Drones on – about flying medicine
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Onboard Experience On Ryanair’s Boeing 737-800 & MAX 8-200 Compared
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Ryanair Is A Good Operating Model For Southwest To Emulate
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Ryanair Reveals new Route to Belfast, Hints at More Links From Budapest
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Shannon based IAC Group grows hangar portfolio and aircraft painting capabilities in Europe
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Squawk 7000 – Aviation News Week starting February 13th

Tweet Picks:

@jonostrower United Airlines’ Boeing deal in December single-handedly caused a 5.6% increase in durable goods in the U.S. economy last month, according to the Commerce Department.

@jonostrower Boeing CEO David Calhoun called NASA’s Sustainable Flight Demonstrator and its potential to cut fuel consumption by 30% as part of establishing “the standards that are required to launch a new airplane.”

@jobyaviation The first aircraft to be produced on our pilot manufacturing line in Marina, CA, heads into our large autoclave to be cured at a precise temperature and pressure. This process hardens the composite structure into a material with a high strength-to-weight ratio.

@RegionalGateway “Airports account for small percentage of overall aviation #emissions but offers an area where earlier #decarbonisation ahead of 2050 is possible.” David Silk,  @transportgovuk  Director of #aviation and #airports at @AOA_UK Conference 2023. #AOAConf23x #Sustainability.

@777Mammoth Mammoth Freighters is pleased to announce our 777-300ER conformity airplane has been inducted and will commence initial preparations for flight testing and conversion. This aircraft will be the first of six conversions headed to our launch customer, AviaAM Leasing.

Video Picks:

Air India places massive order for Boeing and Airbus aircraft

Air India Seals World’s Largest Aircraft Deal At $70 Billion, Orders 470 Planes

Air India To Buy 250 Aircraft, Airbus CEO Says “Historic Moment”

PM Modi inaugurates Aero India 2023 in Bengaluru, Karnataka


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