Published on April 12th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/04/2023

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:

Cityjet expands fleet with five CRJ1000 aircraft

Emerald Airlines adds 15th ATR72-600

Ryanair transfers sole Boeing 737-700 to Buzz

Aircraft Update:

EI-HJG Airbus A320-214 c/n 3626 Pelita Air Service Registered at Ostrava 04/04/23.

EI-IGK Boeing 737-8200 c/n 67075 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 03/04/23 (Aircraft Number 99).

OE-IXQ Boeing 737-85R c/n 36698 ASL Aviation Holdings Registered at Amman 30/03/23 ex 2-TSYY.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus’ A350 freighter comes to life as the first parts are produced
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Boeing to Boost Output of 737 Jets in Push for More Cash
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Emirates unveils new signature livery for its fleet
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Jetstream integrates ATRs into portfolio
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Limited deals with Dubai costing Indian airlines $900 mn in revenue: Emirates chief Tim Clark
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PLAY Airlines CEO Birgir Jonsson Discusses State of Air Travel, Travel Advisors and More
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Saltchuk bolsters Alaska presence with Ryan Air acquisition, CEO says
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Irish Aviation News:

ASL Aviation Holdings Invests in Pionair
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Kildare is home to newly named Leinster Gliding Centre
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NI airports ‘on track’ to end 100ml liquid rule amid security changes across UK
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Private Flyer Weston Airport a Great Success
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Ryanair Group CEO, Michael O’Leary: Airline will return to Ukraine as fast as possible once it is deemed safe by aviation authorities
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Sarajevo Airport in talks with Ryanair and “several other airlines”
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Boeing 737-8 MAX to United Airlines
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Squawk7000 – 10 April Aviation news from Ireland 

Tweet Picks:

@dominicgates The 20% shortfall in wide body jet capacity could cause “damages to the Port’s operations in the tens or hundreds of millions of dollars over the expected life of this project.”

@JonMurray Affirms that @DENAirport was again third-busiest in the world in passenger traffic in 2022. My earlier look at DIA’s return to record-setting trends.

@jonostrower Fascinating stats on the busiest airports on the planet from @ACIWorld. Atlanta maintains its top spot with most passengers. Amazing that Denver has jumped from 16th in 2019 to 3rd and Istanbul from 28th in 2019 to 7th. India gets Delhi in the top 10 (9th) for the first time.

@MaxK_J Replying to @mike_carrivick @Icelandair and 2 others Boeing’s Randy T told  @jonostrower in Feb 2010: “Do we have customers that are interested in an airplane that has the same capacity and range as a 757?” “Yes…The question is when do we build that, can we build that, does it make economic sense for us and for our customers?”.

@ValerieInsinna Airbus will open a second assembly line in China, reports @timhepher . The announcement comes as Boeing remains waiting for China to accept new 737 MAX deliveries.

Video Picks:

Air India Concludes First Phase Of Transformation Plan Under The Vihaan.AI Mission | CNBC-TV18

#A321XLR – Cold weather tests

Boeing Australia: Made in Australia. By Australians. For the World.

Transatlantic flights see revenue growth despite cost headwinds, says Citigroup’s Stephen Trent


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