Published on March 3rd, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/03/2023

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:

EI-SIY Airbus A320-251N c/n 11319 SAS Connect Delivered Toulouse-Stockholm Arlanda 21/02/23.

N880WM DHC8-402 c/n 4214 Connect Airways Ferried Maastricht-Glasgow Prestwick-Keflavik 21/02/23 ex G-PRPO.

OY-YEW DHC8-402 c/n 4344 Widerøe Delivered LFBF-Oslo Torp 17/02/23.

Global Aviation News:

Asia aviation: Singapore Changi Airport ‘leading Asia Pacific in travel recovery‘– part one
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Consolidation Time For Europe’s Second-Tier Airlines
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Loganair: Scotland’s airline should attract buyer interest after strong recovery
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Morocco Makes the Most of Tourism Growth With 35 New Flight Paths
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La Compagnie aims to double A321NEO fleet, launch new destinations
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The General Court confirms the restrictive measures adopted against a State-owned enterprise managing the airspace in Belarus
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UK Government pledges to ‘scale up’ sustainable aviation fuel production
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Volotea: growing in a space between LCCs and regional airlines
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Irish Aviation News:

Alliance Fleet acquisition of an additional 30 E190 Aircraft from AerCap
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Illegal Drone Activity Around Dublin Airport Needs To Be Urgently Addressed
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Inaugural visit by Minister Jack Chambers to Shannon Airport 
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Junior Transport Minister Says Government In ‘Better Space’ To Conclude Shannon Heritage Transfer
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Number of passengers arriving in Ireland shoots above pre-Covid levels
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SES hires risk director [Paywall]
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Shannon Airport is first Irish airport to take delivery of new electric Medical Response Vehicle
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Squawk 7000 – Aviation News Week starting February 27th

Tweet Picks:

@LuxuryTravelled Ryanair offering a service from Stansted to Ouarzazate is both curious and culturally interesting. As the access point to the Sahara – its the first international flight outside of France. About a six hour drive from Marrakech, will it have enough bums on seats?.

@LuxuryTravelled The new Northern Cypriot national airline, Blue Kyrenia has been delayed until November – with the ambition of serving mainland Turkey from a base at Ercan.

@LuxuryTravelled There is an opportunity in the UK leading the way with SAF production, but there needs to be government backing to create the infrastructure.

@F1Media Formula 1 announce Qatar Airways as new Global Airline Partner in multi-year deal.

@SimonCalder Etias – the online “eurovisa” that every UK passport holder will need to travel to the EU – is postponed again. Won’t start until 2024 at the earliest. The related Entry Exit System, requiring facial biometrics and fingerprints, still due for November 2023.

Video Picks:

New Era in India Aviation: As Indian Airline Operators Set To Order 1200 More Aircraft

Our international business is getting back to pre-Covid capacity ‘quite rapidly,’ says Qantas CEO Alan Joyce

Singapore Airlines profit surges on travel rebound

United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby on push for sustainable aviation fuel


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