Published on May 5th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/05/2023

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Boeing 737 MAX Family CAMO Approval Awarded to Acumen Aviation:

Boeing 737 MAX Family CAMO Approval Awarded to Acumen Aviation:

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:

Boeing 787-9 Deliveries Ireland Overflights

Lufthansa Cargo A321F 1st year of Dublin Service

Olympic Air acquires former Stobart Air ATR72-600

Aircraft Update:

EI-HJE Airbus A320-271N c/n 11408 ITA Airways Delivered Toulouse-Rome Fiumicino 26/04/23.

EI-IGV Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62353 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Shannon 29/04/23 (Aircraft Number 101).

EI-IGY Boeing 737-8200 c/n 67078 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 29/04/23 (Aircraft Number 102).

Global Aviation News:

Amerijet fleet reaches 25 freighters
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China to Scrap PCR Test For Inbound Travelers in Latest Easing
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ITA Airways launches a new communication campaign for the North American market
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Jet2 plc announces major investment into UK Sustainable Aviation Fuel production
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Low-cost airline kingpin Tony Fernandes prepares for life after AirAsia
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Lufthansa: New long-haul destinations in the winter
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Turkish Cargo and DHL Global Forwarding Sign a “Memorandum of Understanding” for Strengthening Their Cooperation
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VietJet Expands Service to Australia amid SE Asian Rebound
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Wizz Air Says Long-Range Airbus Jets Will Put India Within Reach
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Irish Aviation News:

Aercap places ex-Interjet aircraft [Paywall]
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Delivery giant UPS calls for scrapping of Dublin Airport night flights cap
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Flying high: Irish aerospace collaboration secures €2.5m DTIF funding
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IATA DG Willie Walsh Aviation Provides Critical Relief in Crises
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Ireland West Airport announces charity partners for 2023
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National Flight Centre donates €6,000 to Orbis Ireland 
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Laois flying man Fitzy honoured in Portlaoise
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Ryanair Says Lack of Competition in Germany Is Driving Up Fares
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Vmo Aircraft Leasing and H55 to Collaborate on Developing Leasing Programs for Electric Aircraft 
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Tweet Picks:

@PaulEremenko This is why I always say that the next narrowbody from Airbus & Boeing (successor to A320 & 737 families) to be launched late this decade for mid-2030s entry into service *can* be & *has* to be a hydrogen airplane. Or we will see aviation traffic curbs.

@PaulEremenko (1/2) Recent demo in Toulouse of airport handling of modular hydrogen capsules to power converted ATR72 regional aircraft with a true zero emissions fuel. You can get 1,000 km range on two of these modules which displace three rows of seats. Entry into passenger service in 2025.

@PaulEremenko (2/2) With 2025 green hydrogen costs, we expect equivalent unit economics to the airline (aka equivalent ticket prices for passengers) in the US and many other regions of the world with abundant renewable electricity to power hydrogen production.

@PaulEremenko Quick addendum: As several folks have asked, here’s what the cabin layout for the ATR72-600 looks like with the hydrogen modules in the back. And yes, this requires some door reconfigs.

@Playground_VC Peter Barrett spoke with  @ashleevance  on why aircraft manufacturers  will see @Universal_H2  as the path to decarbonizing aviation. “The world is on fire and drowning. Once these types of options exist, it becomes harder and harder to push back.”

Video Picks:

Chinese Tourists to Help Asian Economies Recover, ADB Says

President of the United States Joe Biden arrives and departs Ireland West Airport

The Return of the Etihad A380: Homecoming Flight

Willie Walsh, Director General of International Air Transport Association (IATA), speaks to Reji John, Editor of STAT Media Group,


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