Published on May 23rd, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/05/2023

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:

Dublin Airport gamechanger incentivizes to cut CO₂ emissions

Emirates debuts new Boeing 777 livery at Dublin

IndiGo appoints Flight Directors as PSA for Ireland

Aircraft Update:

EI-FCY ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1139 Maples Corporate Services Ferried Mönchengladbach-Exeter 17/05/23.

EI-FLM Boeing 737-85F(F) c/n 30571 Aerolineas Argentinas Air Test at Dothan 09/05/23.

EI-HJL Airbus A320-232 c/n 3734 Lunar Aircraft Trading Ferried Clark International-Tan Son Nhat International-Al Ain International -Cairo-Shannon 12-13/05/23.

Global Aviation News:

Brace for impact: India’s growing aviation sector
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China to launch cargo flight carrying fresh food from South America in May
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Emirates Plans More Jet Orders As Long-Haul Travel Rebounds
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Finnair to lease two A330 aircraft to oneworld partner Qantas
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Flair Airlines Establishes New Base at Calgary International Airport (YYC)
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Global Crossing Airlines Authorized Increase to 16 Aircraft by US DOT
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History in the making: WestJet celebrates inaugural flight to Tokyo’s Narita International Airport

Himalaya Jet visits Boeing ahead of 3Q 2023 launch
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IndiGo joins hands with Czech Tourism to offer affordable travel options
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ITA Airways: Airbus A320neo with new interiors designed by Walter De Silva
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‘Value of pilots has gone up,’ industry must respond: Flair CEO
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus CEO Lynne Embleton RTE Morning Ireland Interview
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Aercap grows Africa business [Paywall]
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ASG welcomes the United Nations (UN), ASL Airlines, and SAS Scandinavian Airlines to our EASA and ICAO compliant Flight Operations & Dispatch course
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History: A Look At Ireland’s Early Female Aviation Pioneers
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‘It felt like the right time’ – Qantas CEO Alan Joyce on stepping down
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Lufthansa loses dispute over Frankfurt-Hahn’s aid to Ryanair
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MRO Memo: Ryanair and the Leap Aftermarket
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Tweet Picks:

@R_Wall Canada plans to seize a giant Russian cargo plane–an An-124–that has been stuck in Toronto for more than a year and give it to Ukraine, according to Ukraine’s prime minister.

@R_Wall Flying taxis are getting closer to taking off. The FAA is starting to plan for new traffic lanes over American cities.

@skift Dubai’s First Quarter Inbound Arrivals Just 2 Percent Shy of 2019 Levels.
@theaircurrent Joby, seeking new financing options, opens the door to aircraft sales (via @elanhead) #staycurrent.

@winglets747 Is Ryanair’s MAX 10 order the catalyst for the -10’s success?. Yes, there are already large MAX 10 orders – eg Delta and United. But they keep aircraft to end of life. Ryanair creates secondary aircraft markets. That boosts variant demand and residual value. Others will order.

Video Picks:

First on CNBC: Mastercard’s 2023 Travel Industry Trends report

Hayya Portal – Your Gateway To Qatar | Qatar Airways

How Checked Bags Became A Massive Business For U.S. Airlines

Justice Department wins lawsuit to undo JetBlue-American Airlines partnership in the Northeast


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