Published on February 21st, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/02/2023

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:

EI-FAT ATR72-600 Emerald Airlines Re-Branded

Ethiopian Airlines launches new Atlanta route with Dublin tech stop

First Tecnam aircraft delivered to National Flight Centre (NFC)

Aircraft Update:

EC-NYJ Airbus A330-303 c/n 1360 Wamos Air Delivered Hurghada-Madrid 15/02/23 ex EI-HIO.

EI-IGF Boeing 737-8200 c/n 67074 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 16/02/23 (Aircraft No 90).

OY-YEE Embraer 175 c/n 1700782 Star Air Delivered Bydgoszcz-Hurghada-Muscat-Delhi 15-16/02/23.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Says Jet Engine Reliability New Concern as Supplies Ease
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Air Passenger Traffic Returns to 70% of Full Strength in China
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Bain Picks Goldman, UBS, Barrenjoey for Virgin Australia IPO
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Binter and the goal of bringing West Africa and Europe closer together
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British Carrier Flybe to Be Wound Down as Sale Talks Fail
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ENAIRE managed more than 140,000 flights in January, 35.4% more than in 2022
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JetBlue Sets Plan for More Than 250 Daily Flights at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood
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Prawns Are Out and Chicken Is In to Help Cut Airline Meal Costs
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Six Must-Do’s For A Start-up Low-Cost Carrier
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Tata Boeing Aerospace Ships First Vertical Fin Structure For Boeing 737
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap transports 13 tons of humanitarian aid to Turkey
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AV AirFinance (Ireland) appoints Edel Brennan as SVP-Loan Origination (EMEA)
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Conor Keane Eirtrade Aviation discusses the rising cost of component repairs post pandemic

Dublin passenger numbers in January 2023 up 11% compared with January 2019 – CSO Ireland 
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Irish aviation chief criticises Boeing and Airbus over aircraft delays, warns it will take years to catch up
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NAC has executed a lease agreement for three ATR 72-600s with Caribbean Airlines
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Overseas Travel | Brendan O’Connor – RTÉ Radio 1 – RTE

Ryanair Announce Two New Flights From Prague
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Ryanair continues its heavy investment in Arlanda and will launch two more routes
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Tweet Picks:

@ATWOnline Air India has ordered 470 Airbus and Boeing airliners, sending a powerful signal about the carrier’s growth ambitions in the booming Indian market.

@ByERussell .@Lufthansa_USA will fly its new 787s to Austin, DFW, Denver, Detroit, and Montreal from Frankfurt this summer.

@ByERussell “We invest a lot in technology … There’s been no lack of investment,” Southwest CEO Jordan says when asked, given the events of the past 18 months, if the airline has underinvested in tech in recent years. $LUV.

@ByERussell Who likes a little bit of space when they fly? Everyone it seems, even travellers who fly Allegiant Air. The airline saw growth in ancillary revenues, including its Allegiant Extra product, outpace other revenues in the fourth quarter. $ALGT.

@ByERussell Upgrades to Southwest’s crew scheduling system, SkySolver, are already complete and in test right now, CEO Jordan says.

Video Picks:

Airbnb Gives Upbeat Revenue Outlook on Strong Demand

Airline Economics Weekly 10th Feb 2023

Boeing’s Brendan Nelson On Company’s Investment Plans In India, Sustainable Aviation & More

Expedia CEO Kern Sees Strong Travel Demand


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