Published on March 20th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/03/2023

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:

Maarlab acquires Aer Lingus Dublin-Tenerife South route seat capacity 

PLAY airlines links Dublin to Toronto Hamilton via Keflavik

Ryanair Rebrands EI-DCL B737NG 

Aircraft Update:

EI-GGL Boeing 737-8 c/n 64607 Pembroke Aircraft Leasing Ferried Budapest-Ostrava17/03/23.

F-HUYN Boeing 737-82R c/n 40012 Transavia France Delivered Istanbul-Nimes 13/03/23 ex EI-HKG.

OE-ISQ Airbus A320-214 c/n 6640 SMBC Aviation Capital Registered at Kansai 16/03/23 ex JA815P.

Global Aviation News:

Agoda CEO Says Indian Outbound Travel to Outpace Many Countries
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Airbus off to a mixed start in 2023 – bumper order, but low delivery levels
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Air Serbia to grow narrow-body fleet and look into regional jets
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AirAsia looks to China growth to fuel full capacity recovery in 2023
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London’s peripheral airports: part one – Stansted celebrates 10th MAG birthday
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Lufthansa Group achieves financial turnaround in 2022 with Adjusted EBIT of €1.5 billion
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New Saudi Airline Eyes More Planes After Mega Boeing Order
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PLAY: 2023 Will Be Our Year, A321XLRs Very Likely
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Transatlantic Market: A Record Summer Awaits?

Irish Aviation News:

Airlines announces extra flights this summer from Ireland

Baltic Ground Services continues strengthening its partnership with Ryanair, renews contracts at 3 airports
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Barbados to establish embassy in Ireland, Aer Lingus route open doors to growing tourism product
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Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau Come to Dublin
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daa rejects any claims that it is in breach of planning permission granted in respect of the North Runway
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Emerald Airlines’ Busy Few Weeks With Aer Lingus Regional
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Investec Aviation Finance launches aviation debt platform with major Japanese institutional investor

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Jackson Square Aviation Celebrates Milestone 300th Acquisition with Latest Delivery to WestJet
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Ryanair to Have 99 Max Aircraft Within Weeks as Boeing Delays Ease
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Tweet Picks:

@CAPA_Aviation Agility: Air & sea freight rates expected to remain elevated in 2023. According to a ATA survey of logistics in Nov/Dec 2022, air freight professionals expect air freight rates to normalise in 2023, although at an even higher rate to pre pandemic.

@CAPA_Aviation Air Serbia CEO Jiri Marek: “Last year in January we had 15 aircraft, at end of the year we had 21, and in summer we will have 30” #CAPASummit.

@CAPA_Aviation Greece recovers aviation capacity faster than other European markets. Based on schedules filed for the first week of Jul-2023, Greece will be at 114% of the seat capacity it had in the equivalent week of 2019.

@CAPA_Aviation .@wizzair corporate and ESG officer Yvonne Moynihan: “If you are going to have a shift on climate consciousness the most efficient and sustainable model is the ultra low cost model” #CAPASummit.

@CAPA_Aviation IAG Group head of sustainability Jonathon Counsell: “We are the only industry that has committed to net zero emissions” #CAPASummit.

Video Picks:

Boeing and Riyadh Air CEOs break down megadeal for Dreamliner planes

Cathay Pacific CEO Ronald Lam Optimistic About Carrier’s Future

Delta CEO Ed Bastian: The ten highest sales days in our history happened in the last 30 days

Karnataka: PM Modi inaugurates Shivamogga airport | This is what it looks like


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