Published on April 20th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/04/2023

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:

EC-NZN Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40259 Air Europa Delivered Shannon-Madrid 31/03/23 ex M-ABPA.

N293GE Boeing 737-86N c/n 32690 AerCap Ferried Istanbul-Muscat 31/03/23.

9H-XFW Airbus A319-112 c/n 3609 Nile Air Ferried Copenhagen-Ireland West Airport Knock 30/03/23.

Global Aviation News:

Atlantic City Eyes Hub Connectivity
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Booking momentum remains encouraging, TUI customers prefer sunshine destinations
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Case M.6447 IAG/bmi – Slot Release Procedure for Winter 2023/2024
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CLT chief Haley Gentry on next wave of airport projects and holding the line on carrier costs
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CPK airport is building a cutting-edge hub that prioritises the passenger experience
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Emirates to offer daily flights to Toronto from 20 April
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STARCO completes first A330P2F conversion in China
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Wizz Air, CEPSA partner to decarbonize aviation with SAF
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus London Gatwick slots swap with Sky Express (Greece) 
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Airline In Focus: Ryanair
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Business Person of the Month March 2023: Aengus Kelly leads AerCap to record quarter results
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Datalex successfully renews 3-year partnership with Air China amid APAC travel recovery
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Dublin Airport’s Terminal One in line for major expansion
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Kerry Airport asks government for money to help secure Heathrow and Amsterdam routes
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Macquarie AirFinance Announces Private Offering of $500 Million of Senior Unsecured Notes due 2028
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Tweet Picks:

@Airline_Weekly Amsterdam is @JetBlue ‘s 3rd European destination, and it’s going in saying it will disrupt yet another transatlantic market. But data suggests that little has changed on the transatlantic routes JetBlue already flies. That may be good for everyone.

@ByERussell Any data showing a slowdown in travel bookings is just noise, as @Delta  executives see it. They say demand is strong, and have the numbers to back them up. $DAL.

@ByERussell Delta has said it would no longer fly single-class aircraft*, ie the CRJ200, by this summer. That’s due to the pilot shortage and the airline’s move towards more premium offerings.  *Airlines like SkyWest can still fly CRJ200s under the Delta brand but at their own risk.

@ByERussell .@Delta ‘s Q1 fleet changes is out. It added 1 A220-300, 4 A321neos, and 1 A330-900. Notably though: Delta removed 15 of its last 26 CRJ200s with no increase in other RJ types. $DAL.

@ByERussell Flair’s fleet issues are affecting start-up Bonza, shared owner 777 Partners has diverted one of the Australian airline’s new 737 Maxes to the Canadian carrier to meet summer demand.  @LucasBairdAus.

Video Picks:

InterGlobe Aviation Targets North Of Mid-Teens Growth In FY24, Aims To Double Fleet By 2030

JetBlue + Spirit: Inside Our Plan to Challenge the Big Four Airlines

Special Conversation With Akasa Air’s Vinay Dube

Tata-Airbus deal: India will become 3rd biggest market in aviation sector, says PM Modi


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