Published on March 21st, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/03/2023

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:

N112SY Boeing 737-7K2 c/n 30717 Arena Aviation Capital Ferried Craiova-Hyderabad 13/03/23.

N640RL Boeing 737-3H4(F) c/n 27713 Rostrum Leasing Ferried Sharjah-Cairo-Glasgow Prestwick-Keflavik 14-15/03/23.

N852RC Boeing 767-3X2 c/n 26260 Aircraft Engine Lease Finance Ferried Naples-Bangor-Roswell 15/03/23 ex EI-FCV.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic CEO: Ljubljana should have its own airline
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Air France’s Premium Bet
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Air Serbia outlines route development strategy
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Delta among 5 airlines suing Dutch government over Amsterdam Airport Schiphol flight caps
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Frankfurt Loses Ground In Europe’s Air Travel Recovery
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GMR Aero Technic wins Boeing’s Contract to convert 737 Passenger Aircraft into Freighters
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JetBlue merger with Spirit not cleared for takeoff – why Justice Department is suing to scupper deal
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Slovenia reveals list of up to fifteen subsidised routes
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U.S. Travel Comments on End of Testing Policy for Inbound Chinese Travel
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus and Emerald Airlines celebrate first anniversary of franchise partnership
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Beauty Brand Nunaïa Secures Aer Lingus Listing
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Daa wins appeal over €5m planning contribution demand
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Inaugural visit by Minister Jack Chambers to Shannon Airport 
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Investec Aviation Finance launches aviation debt platform with major Japanese institutional investor
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LCI Sees ‘Critical Role’ For Lessors In eVTOL Market
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Madrid is Europe’s fifth busiest airport; Iberia, Air Europa and Ryanair account for 74% of capacity
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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekGuy @Universal_H2 makes first flight of fuel-cell powered Dash 8 at Moses Lake, Washington. 15 min flight max altitude 3,500 ft msl -largest hydrogen-electric aircraft to fly

@ByERussell EasyJet promised to grow at slot-constrained airports last year. It’s progress so far at Gatwick, and in Greece and Portugal. Also, Where it’s shrunk, for example in Berlin.

@davidshepardson Raimondo says she recently spoke to CEOs of Airbus and Boeing and notes there are still some kinks in airplane supply chain.

@Universal_H2 “The hydrogen-powered airplane is not just a revolutionary new product; it is a symbol of hope and progress, a beacon of light in a world that desperately needs it. Today marks a new chapter in the history of aviation and the fight against climate change.“

@ValerieInsinna The most important Air Force One news is actually hidden at the bottom: Looks like the schedule has continued to slip to the point where the objective delivery dates of Sept 2026 for the first VC-25B and Feb 2027 for the second plane are likely out of reach.

Video Picks:

Aer Lingus to resume service at Bradley International Airport

Air India CEO Campbell Wilson on mega aircraft deal, ‘largest order shows largest opportunity on planet’

Airline Economics Weekly News 10th March 2023

FAA Safety Summit


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