Published on May 24th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/0/2023

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:

HS-IIT Boeing 737-8AS(F) c/n 33551 Budget Lines Delivered Haikou Meilan International-U-Tapao–Rayong–Pattaya International 29/04/23 ex 2-BPDD.

OE-IHN Airbus A321-231 c/n 1711 DCAL Leasing Ferried Madrid-Shannon 09/05/23.

LY-BLW Airbus A321-231 c/n 2553 Aircastle Registered at Teruel 04/05/23 ex SX-DNF.

Global Aviation News:

AirBaltic Eyes Further Nordic Base Opportunities Amid Plans To Double A220 Fleet
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Analysis: Poland On Course For Record Summer As LCC Influence Deepens
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Boeing 737-800F lease rates fall
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‘Bullish’ Dubai Airport Inches Closer To 2019 Traffic Levels
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Emirates and Etihad announce interline expansion, offering better itinerary options to boost UAE tourism
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European Q3 capacity now just 4% below pre-pandemic levels
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MAX10 vs A321 in the European market
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Norwegian partners with Norsk e-Fuel to build new e-fuel plant in Norway
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Irish Aviation News:

CDB Aviation Releases Inaugural Sustainability Report
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Domestic UK aviation: Ryanair expands, moves on from Brexit and COVID-19
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How Aviation’s Transferable Skills Have Helped Irish Pilot Jim Gavin As A Gaelic Football Manager
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In Pictures: 95th anniversary of famous flight marked in Portlaoise
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Joint Committee on Transport and Communications  – Wednesday, 17 May 2023 Standard Instrument Departures at Dublin Airport: Irish Aviation Authority
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North’s biggest airline EasyJet cuts losses as consumers are ‘safeguarding their holidays’
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Ryanair celebrates 10 years at Nuremberg; it is by far the airport’s biggest carrier and has 30 summer routes
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Ryanair demands Danish government action over air traffic control dispute
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Ryanair May – Oct 2023 Italy Frequency Variations
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Squawk 7000 – Aviation & Met Eireann

Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Revenues from @JetBlue’s loyalty program, TrueBlue, have increased 133% since 2019 — six-fold faster than revenues overall.

@ByERussell There is a “global shortage of spare engines,” Air Lease CEO said Tuesday. That’s limiting what airlines can fly, from Go Air in India to Hawaiian. Even giant Lufthansa has 13 planes grounded, including a THIRD of @FlySWISS’s A220 fleet.

@ByERussell The supply-side issues hindering many airlines, like Lufthansa, are benefitting @TurkishAirlines and its booming Istanbul hub, execs said Thursday. Being able to overfly Russia helps too.

@ByERussell Turkish also plans to issue a RFP to airframers — including Airbus and Boeing — for 200-300 new aircraft “very soon,” CFO Murat Seeker said. The order would support its ambition to grow to 800 aircraft by 2033.

@ByERussell WestJet now owns Sunwing, in a deal that is part of the Calgary-based airline’s strategic pivot towards the leisure travel market.

Video Picks:

Airline infrastructure is ‘a double issue’ ahead of summer travel demand: Former United Airlines CEO

Cleveland starts nonstop flights to Europe with Aer Lingus

First Class Gets Even Fancier as Airlines Take Luxury Up a Level

Shifting travel patterns keep US airlines guessing


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