Published on February 22nd, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/02/2023

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:

HS-THP Airbus A350-941 c/n 355 Thai Airways Ferried Shannon-Lourdes 17/02/23 ex OE-IBV.

OE-IBP Airbus A350-941 c/n 351 Avolon Ferried Bordeaux-Lourdes 15/02/23.

VQ-BZF Boeing 777-367 c/n 35300 AerCap Ferried Shannon-Tuscan-Mojave 11/02/23.

Global Aviation News:

Green Fares: Lufthansa Group is the world’s first airline group to offer an own fare for more sustainable travel
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IATA Air Cargo Closes 2022 Near Pre-Pandemic Levels
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India Passenger Traffic Transitions to Growth
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Interview with IndiGo CEO Pieter Elbers
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Norwegian Air Boosts Loyalty Investments to Capture More Corporate Travel Share
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Prime Minister welcomes Air India, Airbus and Rolls-Royce deal
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Rolls-Royce announces biggest ever order of Trent XWB-97 engines as Air India signs MOU for 68 (plus 20 options) and 12 Trent XWB-84 engines
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Travel Giant TUI Sees Summer Bookings Ahead of 2019 Levels
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Irish Aviation News:

ASG delivers world-class aviation training for the Irish & UK Coast Guard services
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AviaPro Consulting and Altair Advisory to jointly develop Sustainability

Consulting Services for Airports and Airlines
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Engine Lease Finance Corporation Appoints Julian Jordan As Chief Commercial Officer
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Ryanair allowed “very rapid growth in the offer of seats for Madeira”
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Ryanair Makes Carbon Compensation Information Clearer Following Enforcement Action
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Tallinn Airport fee hike challenged by Ryanair before links cut
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Titan Aviation Leasing evaluates 777 conversions
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Tourism Ireland leads sales blitz to the United States

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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Airbus and Boeing delays are “certainly worse than three months, and it’s not getting any better,” ALC Exec Chairman Steven Udvar-Hazy said Thursday.

@ByERussell Chile’s Fiscalia Nacional Economica has approved @AmericanAir and  @VuelaJetSMART’s partnership (minority stake in JetSmart by American, and codeshare and loyalty tie up) with no conditions.

@ByERussell Long-haul, low-cost start-up @flynorse CEO Bjorn Tore Larsen promises new London-U.S. routes for Summer 2023, plus new destinations on both sides of the Atlantic.

@ByERussell United expects 51 Airbus and Boeing aircraft due this year to arrive in 2024 or later. Southwest 36 aircraft, and Norwegian Air 10 aircraft, to name a few. These delivery delays are having a real impact on how much capacity the industry can fly this year.

@OmarAlghabra I met with @WestJet ’s CEO @AHoensbroech to get an update on their operations and discuss how we can work with industry to address the labour needs of the sector, and the importance of protecting passenger rights and of regional connectivity, both in the East and West.

Video Picks:

Expedia saw ‘accelerating demand’ in Q4, CEO says

Flight from Entebbe International Airport to Kisoro Airport, Uganda – Acacia Safaris

Final Boeing 747 in production

Vistara CEO Vinod Kannan: Merger Process With Air India Has Begun


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