Published on May 25th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/05/2023

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:

LZ-DCO Airbus A320-251N c/n 11106 DAE Capital Delivered Toulouse-Montpellier  29/04/23.

N797AV Boeing 787-9 c/n 43993 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Abu Dhabi-Palma 16/05/23.

VP-CBL Airbus A321-211 c/n 1023 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Ferried Lasham-Heraklion-Dubai World Center-CAN 11-12/04/23 for P2F conversion ex EI-CPG.

Global Aviation News:

Akasa Air strengthens connectivity in Orissa
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Air France-KLM enters into exclusive discussions with Apollo Global

Management for a €500 million financing into an affiliate owning Engineering and Maintenance (MRO) assets
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American Airlines CEO Decries Investor Indifference. ‘Maybe They Don’t Believe Our Story.’
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Avensis launches A340 freighter conversion with German start-up USC
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E-commerce: Ready for renewed lift-off?
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Emirates SkyCargo launches new bespoke solutions for Life Sciences and Healthcare
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London Gatwick celebrates next phase of growth with launch of new brand and refreshed vision
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Nexus Aviation Ventures Take Delivery of its first A321 with another in the pipeline
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Irish Aviation News:

Irish Cessna 172 Above the Arctic Circle
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Rebranded seatmaker Thompson stays trend-savvy as it readies for AIX
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Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary pushes for extra departure gates at Dublin Airport [Paywall]
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Sean Keyes on investing: Three ways Covid set Ryanair up for long-run success
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Semi-State Bodies Dáil Éireann Debate, Tuesday – 9 May 2023 – Air Nav Ireland/Irish Aviation Authority
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Sirius Aviation Capital announces the extension of 2 Airbus A320ceo aircraft
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Take 10 for take off: Matthew Hall of Belfast City Airport
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Tanaiste’s talk of Derry/Dublin airlink must have action
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The economy will take a €1.1bn hit – ITIC CEO Eoghan O’Mara Walsh
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TrueNoord leases two Embraer E190s to Helvetic Airways
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Vmo Aircraft Leasing Expands Board of Directors
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Tweet Picks:

@AviationWeek Air cargo giants FedEx and UPS, the two largest remaining operators of the McDonnell Douglas-developed MD-11 freighter, have both announced plans to begin retiring their fleets of aging trijets.

@DeccanHerald The world’s fastest-growing #aviation market is expected to invest Rs 99,000 crore ($12 billion) and build 220 #airports by 2025, versus 148 currently, agencies reported, in a bid to ease the load on existing infrastructure.

@HypeAviation Air China Ltd. urgently requests commercial pilots from an Australian flight school, signalling a potential rebound as China’s international travel market resumes amidst the pandemic.- Angus Whitley #aviation.

@jonostrower If it ends up happening in June, it will set a new record for largest single aircraft deal. If Turkish wants 810 aircraft in their fleet, this is going to be very heavily focused on replacement.

@sandeeprrao1991 Fantastic to see @KLMIndia introduce new Premium Economy Class on Indian routes! The roll out is as per availability of new a/cs equipped with this cabin. The PY looks good and offers wider seats, inclined legroom & recline #Aviation #India #KLM #BLR #AMS #DEL #BOM.

Video Picks:

Consumers are more interested now in experiences and travel than buying goods, says Jan Kniffen

Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian on upcoming summer travel

Mad About Markets: Indian Aviation Sector: The Tailwinds, The Turbulence | Akasa CEO Exclusive

President Biden and Transportation Sec. Buttigieg speak on airline accountability


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