Published on April 17th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/04/2023

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:

Aer Lingus Transfers A330-300 to UK AOC

Cityjet wet-leases CRJ900 to Lufthansa

Ryanair transfers B737NG to Buzz

Aircraft Update:

EI-IGW Boeing 737-8200 c/n 67079 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Shannon 13/04/23 (Aircraft Number 100).

OE-IBQ Airbus A320-271N c/n 10546 Avolon Ferried London Stansted-Kaunas 07/04/23.

OE-IBU Airbus A320-271N c/n 10806 Avolon Delivered Toulouse-London Stansted 15/04/23.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Regains €100 Billion Market Value Last Seen Before Covid
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Avex completes first 757-200PCF conversion
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China Calls For Common Industry Standard For Sharing Safety Data
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Emirates ramps up operations across continents
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IndiGo strengthens international connectivity from Mumbai
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Macro Risks May Slow Recovery of European Airlines says Fitch Ratings
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Tianjin Air Cargo 737NG fleet now five-strong
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Your Summer Air Travel Won’t Be Perfect, Wizz Air CEO Cautions
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WestJet says third parties should share compensation costs after flight delays
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Moving To JFK Terminal 7, Using Former Concorde Room
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ASL Airlines Licenced For Future Flight
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BFS welcomes launch of new Ryanair UK base 
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Draft Decision on Winter 2023 Coordination Parameters at Dublin Airport
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EC-010 Casa 295 Irish Air Corps Twenty first Flight
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ITIC Industry body’s Q1 estimate of tourism industry performance
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New signage showcasing county’s tourist attractions unveiled at Donegal Airport 
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Ryanair Resumes Talks With Boeing for 200-Jet Fleet Upgrade

Tweet Picks:

@bfi_watch_ca350 One of the first frames to be undergoing vertical tail repair is LN 8623 for  @Ryanair. All B1 procedures cancelled and FL150 ferry mode to Moses lake for repair work. @flightradar24  #BOE109.

@ByERussell Watch for more overbooking on @Delta as it manages more and more passenger’s booking flights with the comfort of knowing they can change or cancel their trip without penalty. $DAL.

@dominicgates Boeing 737 MAX production hit by a new defect in supplier part. Non-conforming parts are the fittings at two of eight points where the vertical fin is attached to the fuselage.

@kaurlavpreet698 India at an infection point in aviation sector growth, 3rd fastest grower in APAC recovery between 2019-40. Airport operators to register a Rs 323.8 billion revenue for FY24, 26% Y-O-Y growth from FY23. Airport industry will register Rs310/pax profit in FY24 #CIAS23.

@RossFeinstein Ron Epstein, a financial analyst with @BankofAmerica who has an aerospace engineering degree, expressed amazement at yet another defect belatedly surfacing now despite all the scrutiny on the MAX since the two crashes.  “How could they have missed this after four years when they were supposed to have looked at everything with a fine-tooth comb?” Epstein said.

Video Picks:

Akasa Air CEO Vinay Dube Interview

Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia Talks About The Air India Deal | News18

Executive Spotlight: Meet the A350 loving CEO guiding Finnair back to growth

Wizz Air’s success formula and how it compares with rival Ryanair, AeroTime with József Váradi, CEO


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