Published on February 27th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/02/2023

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:

Aer Lingus Regional Launches Bia In-Flight Service

Former Ryanair B737NG EI-EVX re-joins fleet

United Airlines restarts Dublin Washington Dulles route 

Aircraft Update:

EI-IGF Boeing 737-8200 c/n 67074 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 17/02/23.

EI-IGE Boeing 737-8200 c/n 67071 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 24/02/23.

G-RUKJ Boeing 737-8AS c/n 36576 Ryanair UK Registered at London Stansted 21/02/23 ex EI-DYN.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing to add 4th 737 FAL at underutilized Everett plant
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Cathay Pacific hungry for freighters
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Finnair modifies ten of its A350s to carry more customers and cargo
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IATA Passenger Demand Recovery Continued in December 2022 & for the Full Year
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ICAO Revised North Atlantic Ops Manual 
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Icelandair’s CEO, Bogi Nils Bogason, talks to AeroTime

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Norwegian reports an operating profit (EBIT) of NOK 1,502 million for 2022
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Tui sees record bookings as travel recovery remains on track
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Will IAG TAP Into a New Opportunity?
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus back to profitability and recovering well
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Belfast International Airport first NI Airport to gain ISO 14001 environmental certification
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EasyJet celebrates flying 70 million passengers from Belfast International
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Return of the travel agents: The package holiday is making a comeback 
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SMBC Aviation Capital closes US$1.5 billion loan facility with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation through shareholder
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TAP Air Portugal CEO Christine Ourmières-Widener: Her Historic Leading Role
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Tweet Picks:

@airindiain AI is committed towards its transformation journey. As a part of the same, we are celebrating the order of 470 aircraft with @Airbus @BoeingAirplanes @RollsRoyce @GE_Aerospace @CFM_engines.

@Airline_Weekly Emirates and Qatar Airways are influential airlines the world over. But these global carriers have passed the mantle of growth in the Gulf to budget peers like Air Arabia, FlyDubai, and Wizz Air.

@ByERussell Icelandair plans biggest-ever schedule this summer amid robust transatlantic travel demand, but will still be smaller than pre-pandemic for the full year.

@ByERussell Norwegian taking advantage of Flyr’s demise — the 8 737-8s are all former Flyr aircraft, reports  @aviacionline.

@jonostrower This is the second major runway incursion incident in a little over two weeks. The entire U.S. air traffic system is throwing off serious warning signs of being exceedingly fragile, understaffed (ATC & airlines) and over capacity as demand continues to surge.

Video Picks:

Adelaide Airport reveals plan to fly direct to almost 30 international cities

Air France-KLM sees better-than-expected fourth quarter

Aussies prioritise air travel despite inflation Qantas CEO Alan Joyce

OAG Webinar Unlocking Global Travel: Is China The Key?


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