Published on March 14th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/03/2023

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:

Loganair Reconnects Glasgow to Donegal

Qatar Airways reveals Dublin route frequency increase at ITB Berlin 2023

20th Airbus A320neo delivered to SAS Connect

Aircraft Update:

G-RUKM Boeing 737-8AS c/n 37527 Ryanair UK Registered at London Stansted 08/03/23 ex EI-EBI.

HK-5430(X) ATR42-600 c/n 1011 Satean Colombia Delivered Billund-Keflavik-Kangerlussuaq-Gander 03/03/23 ex OY-YFB.

OE-IGY Airbus A319-112 c/n 3346 DCAL Leasing Ferried Ciudad-Belgrade 10/03/23 ex V5-ANL.

Global Aviation News:

Canada’s Flair Airlines cancels multiple flights after 4 aircraft seized over ‘commercial dispute’
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Heading Back to Indian Cities Say World Travel & Tourism Council
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IATA /ACI offer positive air transport forecasts, but concerns emerge about extended WHO powers
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Icelandair signs a memorandum of understanding on the offtake of sustainable aviation fuel
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Play shifting from rapid expansion to ‘surgical’ network tightening: CEO
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SAS Airlines CEO: European Airlines Desperately Need Consolidation
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SWISS expands its ‘Green Fares’ Europewide
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Virgin Atlantic launches business travel web platform
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Where to next? 5 European destinations that JetBlue might add
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus rethinks cabin design as leisure rebounds past business
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AFTA Sets Flightpath to sustainable future for airline pilot training
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Air and Sea Travel Statistics January 2023 – CSO
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Alliance Fleet acquisition of an additional 30 E190 Aircraft from AerCap
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Bell secures wave of Bell 407GXi sales in the UK and Ireland
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CoDA turned down for Dublin support due to ‘limited Exchequer funding’ but potential PSO route being reviewed
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Dublin Aerospace Welcomes Applications for its 2023 Apprenticeship Program

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FunFly Aerosports Flying Club Breakfast Fly-In
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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:

@EoghanOMW This is a significant opportunity for Ireland – it should be the next iteration of our proud aviation entrepreneurship record.

@richardquest Have just boarded At DXB for TLV.  Unthinkable only  a few years ago. With good  will and the right spirit,  everything becomes possible.

@sandeeprrao1991 BLR has reached 99.6% of Precovid levels (wrt avg daily ATMs). Kolkata (80.8%) remains on the slowest path to recovery, followed by Chennai (82%). BOM is at 111% of Precovid levels #Aviation #ATFM #India.

@sandeeprrao1991 Due to AeroIndia 2023, there has been a drop in Air Traffic Movements at BLR in Feb’23 (as seen below). A drop of 1.6% MoM in daily ATMs. Data via SkyFlow by ATFM #Aviation #BLR.

@sandeeprrao1991 Only BLR saw a drop in avg daily ATMs (due to AeroIndia + airspace closure), HYD has seen the highest growth for the month of Feb’23 wrt to avg daily ATMs #Aviation #ATFM #Skyflow #AOCC #AIMS.

Video Picks:

Spirit-JetBlue merger: Here’s why DOJ is concerned about this deal–MUD82NkY

The history of Dubai Airport | Mohi-Din BinHendi former DG of Civil Aviation tells us all

Tourism prospects for year ahead: Interview with Paul Kelly, CEO Fáilte Ireland

Vertiport network for air taxis could be operational in Dubai by 2026


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