Published on February 24th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/02/2023

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:

OY-YEW DHC8-402 c/n 4314 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Gdansk-Toulouse/Francazal 01/02/23 ex SX-OBE.

SE-MKO ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1528 Braathens Regional Delivered Sønderborg-Malmo 27/01/23 ex OY-YEM.

VP-CBS Airbus A321-211 c/n 926 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Ferried Lasham-Heraklion -Dubai World Centre-Kolkata-Guangzhou 01-02/02/23 for P2F Conversion ex EI-CPE.

Global Aviation News:

AEI’s Receives Egyptian STC Approval for Boeing 737-800SF
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Airbus Delays Output Goal for Bestselling Jet on Supply Woes
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Breeze Airways’ Challenging Start And Promising Outlook
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Driving Economic Growth: Avelo Airlines Pursues Expansion
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Flight-shaming: Challenging the Narrative
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Icelandair: 2022 a turnaround year
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UK visitors to Florida topped 1.1 million in 2022
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WizzAir continue to strengthen their position in Athens with new routes to Bucharest, Tel-Aviv and Tirana, offering 10 new weekly frequencies
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WTTC report on economic value gained by cities from tourism – shift towards the east
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Irish Aviation News:

Declan Fitzpatrick confirmed as aviation boss after regulator splits following six-year wait [Paywall]
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Droga5 Rolls Out New Brand Platform & Campaign for Aer Lingus
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NAC delivered one Dash 8-400 to LAM Mozambique Airlines on lease
Read more: 2023 Dublin 25-26 April
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Ryanair’s Longest Routes This Winter Are Almost 6 Hours
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Ryanair on course to return €1.6bn a year to investors from 2025
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Ryanair will continue flying to eight destinations from Tallinn during the summer season
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Trading to tick up in 2023: AFJ Dublin [Paywall]
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Tweet Picks:

@lesliejosephs Retailers’ sad season vs airlines’ windfall. People shelled out $5.5 billion for airline tickets in December via travel agencies, up 76% from last year,  @ARCtalk data show.

@lesliejosephs United’s chief air ops officer on holiday and early 2023 performance. “We expect travel demand to remain high throughout the year…” $UAL.

@lesliejosephs United CEO Scott Kirby says the U.S. is near capacity limit on the number of flights that are possible. Airlines large and small have also been trying to upgauge to larger aircraft as a way around this.

@RegionalGateway “Regional airports are outperforming larger hubs primarily due to recovery being led by leisure traffic.” @ACI_EUROPE Director General @OJankovec opens  @AOA_UK conference with a session on the road to recovery.

@ragipsoylu Turkey’s largest airport ground service provider Havas has warned Russian airlines that it may stop providing services to Western-made aircraft due to Washington-imposed sanctions.

Video Picks:

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky on travel outlook

Consumers are ‘going to keep feeling good’ through boosted retail, experiential spending: Strategist

Tata’s aircraft deal decoded: Future of Air India and nation’s aviation industry

Vueling Take-Off from Marrakech, Morocco for Barcelona, Spain – Unravel Travel TV


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