Published on March 2nd, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/03/2023

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:

EC-MVM Airbus A320-232 c/n 2747 Vueling Airlines Ferried Barcelona-Keflavik-Bangor-Mojave 14-15/02/23 ex EI-GEK.

OE-LIL CRJ1000 c/n 19024 GainJet Ireland Ferried Maastricht-Dinard 21/02/23.

OO-TNQ Boeing 737-4M0(F) c/n 29205 ASL Airlines Belgium Ferried Liege-Shannon 25/02/23.

Global Aviation News:

Embraer takes delivery of first E190 for conversion
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Emirates launches humanitarian airbridge to transport emergency aid to victims of the Turkey-Syria earthquake
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Europe’s Tourism rebound to continue in 2023
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Four New Air Serbia Destinations In Italy In 2023
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Icelandair Q4 and 12M 2022 results 3 February 2023 Presentation
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IndiGo commences operations from Hollongi, Itanagar
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International non-profit to recognize DFW Airport CEO Sean Donohue
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Jet2 adds 10,000 early summer seats across five UK airports
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Outlook 2023: Bradley International Airport aims high with new destinations
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Growing Airline Connections

Irish Aviation News:

Getting knocked down but getting up again – Ireland West Airport MD Joe Gilmore
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Heathrow access would be complete game-changer for Derry’s economy 
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Ireland is not perceived as an expensive place to holiday by people abroad – Head of Tourism Ireland
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John Whelan: Shannon and Dublin aircraft firms tap maintenance boom
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NAC appoints John Higgins and Yadin Rozov as Board Observers
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Ryanair calls for Ursula von der Leyen to “protect European passengers or resign”
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Ryanair will assess ‘modest’ dividends for shareholders in 2024
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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.

@business Airbus pushes back targets to ramp up production of its bestselling jetliner as it continues to grapple with part shortages.

@ByERussell Boeing and its 787s, Qantas CEO Alan Joyce just called out the airframer for a two-year delay to 3 787s its owed.

@ByERussell IAG forecasts flying 98% of 2019 capacity this year in its latest guidance.

@hjelnaes IAG is back with climb power, its positive FY22 (EBT +415m EUR) and Q4 (+249m EUR) results show. Though, high fuel, debt and staff costs lag, not forget the closed Russian airspace, forcing long detours to/from Asia. In FY23 ASK to reach 98% of 2019 level.

Video Picks:

India to rule global skies; Indigo awaits 500 aircraft ordered before Air India’s mammoth deal

JetBlue Is Working With DOJ on Spirit Merger

Leisure travel is not showing any signs of waning, says Travel + Leisure CEO Michael Brown

Premium leisure demand has ‘exploded,’ Air France-KLM CEO Benjamin Smith says as he discusses earnings


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