Published on March 10th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/03/2023

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:

First B737NG freighter for Egyptair re-delivered via Dublin

Ryanair UK adds tenth B737NG to AOC

Shannon based InflightFlix signs IFE content deal with Aer Lingus

Aircraft Update:

F-WTAQ Airbus A350-941 c/n 187 AerCap Ferried Lourdes-Abu Dhabi 18/02/23.

VP-CII Boeing 737-86J c/n 30879 DVB Bank Ferried Ireland West Airport Knock-Tashkent-Shanghai 22-23/02/23 for P2F conversion ex D-ABAG.

9H-AJN Airbus A330-243(F) c/n 810 Turkmenistan Airlines Ferried Shannon-Lourdes 28/03/23. 

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic to wet-lease four aircraft for the summer season 2023
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Air India’s rise to affect Emirates but we will adapt: Country head
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Biden Harris Administration Announces Nearly $1B in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Airport Funding Awarded to Meet Surging Air Travel Demand

Boeing completes first 737-800BCF conversion at Gatwick
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Croatia to focus on talks with airlines over US flights
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Delivery Delays Pose Fleet Capacity Challenges for Qantas
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European Green Aviation Projects Gain Funds and Momentum
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European hotspots ‘continue to dominate summer trading’
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GT Voice: C919 exemplifies China’s high-end manufacturing
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Oman Air to launch freighter ops with 737-800F
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Tui targets tours growth with new online platform
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Delivers First A321Neo to Egyptair
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Aer Lingus Regional Further Strengthens its Belfast Schedule with New Service to the Isle of Man
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Air Services Dáil Éireann Debate, Thursday – 2 March 2023
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Avolon delivers first A320neos to ITA Airways
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Commission for Aviation Regulation Statement of Dublin Airport 2022 Final Price Cap 
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Cork University Hospital’s long awaited helipad to be operational within a year
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EirTrade Aviation undertakes inaugural programme for two 787-8s
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Ryanair boss says Europe entering ‘inevitable’ airline consolidation period
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Ryanair now offering 1 in 7 European seats; flights up 9% in Q2 v 2022 as 10 airports added, six dropped
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Tweet Picks:

@Vinamralongani After @Airbus (A) managed to place #A350’s with @airindiain, an all @Boeing  (B) widebody operator, should B now successfully place the #B737Max with the largest A narrowbody customer in the world – @IndiGo6E, it would be proof that revenge is a dish best served cold #AvGeek

@Vinamralongani @AkasaAir ‘s 19th #B737Max – VT-YAT is enroute India. Like many of its siblings, this aircraft too was originally destined for @jetairways and due to supply chain issues will arrive with 12 business class seats. These seats are sold for INR 2500 over and above the fare #AvGeek.

@Vinamralongani At 6.1 years, the average age of aircraft operated by India’s airlines is among the lowest in the world. This is largely due to the fact that the vast majority of them are brand new when inducted and acquired from foreign lessors by way of sale and leaseback deals #AvGeek.

@Vinamralongani If I were @IndiGo6E  and about to place a sizable aircraft order in the range of 400+ aircraft, I would place one for 471 aircraft (or more)  as that would be 1 more than the order placed by @airindiain  thereby making it the largest order in #aviation history #AvGeek.

@Vinamralongani Utilizing 3 extra Additional Centre Tanks (ACTs), the @Airbus  #A321neoLR is capable of flying routes of up to 4,000 nm. Case in point this UK government charter. The only #A321neoLR operator in India – @airvistara  will use the aircraft to launch flights to #Mauritius #AvGeek.

Video Picks:

China’s air passengers number back to near pre-pandemic levels

FAA holds an emergency safety meeting to address a number of recent near-crashes

Lufthansa doubles revenues: “It’s a very strong turnaround”

Lufthansa stock flies high after profit return


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