Published on March 23rd, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/03/2023

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 books Aer Lingus Dublin-Tenerife South route seat capacity

PLAY airlines links Dublin to Toronto Hamilton via Keflavik

Ryanair Rebrands EI-DCL B737NG

Aircraft Update:

G-JZBX Boeing 737-8HX c/n 36552 Jet2 Delivered Goodyear-Bangor-Belfast International-Manchester 09-10/03/23 ex VP-CQF.

OE-LIK CRJ1000 c/n 19017 Cityjet Ferried Dinard-Ljubljana 17/03/23 all white to become EI-HIC.

2-TUMH Boeing 737-8GJ c/n 34903 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Ferried Dusseldorf-St Anthan 14/03/23.

Global Aviation News:

easyJet this summer: seven of top 10 fastest-growing airports are in UK; seats up just 4% in Q2 versus ’22
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Emirates aims to up its capacity and growth of its SA gateways
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How JetBlue’s CEO plans to expand its national reach—with or without the Spirit merger
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London Stansted grows to become the UK’s number one gateway to Europe in 10 years since MAG takeover
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Pacific region to require 920 new aircraft over next 20 years
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Proving the A321XLR’s Airspace Cabin design – in flight
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Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) to Grow Long-Haul Fleet with up to 49 Boeing 787 Dreamliners
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Subscriber Writes: Aviation entrepreneurship is on the rise. Need to push for growth through incentives

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UK to begin implementing Electronic Travel Authorisation from November 2023 
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U.S. Cargo and Passenger Airlines Added 3,093 Jobs in January 2023; Employment Remains 7.8% Above Pre-Pandemic January 2019
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Irish Aviation News:

Dáil Éireann debate – Thursday, 2 Mar 2023 Vol. 1034 No. 5 Airport Policy
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Dublin Airport – Update February 2023
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Emerald Airlines / AerLingus Expands Dublin Network in NS23
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Fáilte Ireland unveils 2023 plans to help drive sustainable recovery of tourism
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Ireland’s Potential to Shape the Future of Sustainable Aviation Fuel Manufacturing
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ITC to offer packages from Dublin airport for Irish market
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NAC has delivered one ATR 42-600 to SATENA
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Shannon in talks to open new air routes as sector recovers [Paywall]
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Tweet Picks:

@HypeAviation Russian Superjet 100 fleet at risk of grounding due to lack of U.S.-made spark plugs, potentially disrupting services across Russia. – By Clement Charpentreau #aviation.

@lufthansaNews The multi-brand strategy of the Lufthansa Group and how  @ITAAirways  could benefit from it. In addition: New competitive reality in aviation – Europe must react.

@nexta_tv Turkey has stopped servicing Russian airlines’ planes. Turkey refused to service Boeing and Airbus aircraft of Russian and Belarusian airlines, including their refuelling. The decision was taken by the country’s Ministry of Customs and Trade following a letter from the U.S. Department of Commerce, reports AirportHaber.

@simonasbartkus .@airBaltic to wet-lease A320 to cover summer season scheduled flying. 12-15 years old 180 seaters will be supplied by the Lithuanian company Avion Express and registered in Malta. Two aircraft will fly from @riga_airport, one from @TLLairport and one from Vilnius Airport.

@simonasbartkus The largest tour operator in the Baltics, Novaturas, reports the average tour package price was 810EUR per passenger in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Tour operator profit was 30EUR per tourist.  The average holiday price increased by 26% compared to 2019.

Video Picks:

Cleveland Hopkins Airport preparing for the return of nonstop flights to Europe

Embraer’s Phenom 300 becomes world’s best-selling light jet for 11th consecutive year

Meet Laura Russell, aerobatics pilot and physicist | Aer Lingus

Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh Air plans new orders ahead of 2025 take-off


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