Published on June 1st, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/06/2023

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 8th Airbus A321LR returns to service

Icelandair celebrates 5 years serving Dublin

Ryanair signs 300 Boeing 737 MAX 10 Deal

Aircraft Update:

N823CG Airbus A321-251N c/n 8023 Salam Air Delivered Goodyear-Phoenix-Bangor-Shannon-Larnaca 01-03/05/23 to become A4O-OXF.

2-NEIL ATR72-500(F) c/n 812 ACIA Aero Capital Ferried PDL-Toulouse-Toulouse-Francazal 08/05/23.

9Y-TTG ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1531 Caribbean Airlines Delivered Toulouse-Francazal-Glasgow Prestwick-Keflavik 02/05/23 ex OY-YEN.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada partners with iagos to equip an Airbus A330 with climate and air quality sensors
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Air China Swamps Australian Flight School in Urgent Pilot Hunt
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Air New Zealand Attracts Visitors With More Capacity And Fleet Investment
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Chinese Support-Driven Aircraft Lessor Dashboard: 1Q23
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CMA CGM/AF-KLM set forwarder boundaries for air cargo partnership
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Easyjet Half Year Report 2023
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Emirates SkyCargo and Air Canada Enhance Cargo Interline Cooperation
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flydubai and Air Canada announce a codeshare partnership
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IndiGo inducts its second wide-body Boeing 777 aircraft which will operate on the Mumbai-Istanbul route
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Jet2 expands W23/24 City Breaks programme with new services to Vienna for full winter season
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LATAM to shed older 767-300Fs
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Neste celebrates the opening of the Singapore expansion and establishes a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) supply chain to Changi Airport
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SIA Monitors Changi Slots As It Expands, Restores Capacity
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus to fly between Shannon and Paris during the Rugby World Cup
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Airlines Buying Older Assets To Build Capacity, AerCap Says
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Azorra appoints Oscar Miörner as new SVP trading and sustainability
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Derry – Dublin flight essential to North West
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Dentons HPRP successfully assisted Aercap in an aircraft lease transaction with the first start-up cargo airline in Indonesia
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Dublin Airport to Welcome 425,000 Passengers This Bank Holiday Weekend
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Electro.Aero announces four partnerships at Revolution.Aero Dublin 2023 
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Fitch Assigns Expected Ratings of ‘BB(EXP)’ to Griffin Global Asset Management; Outlook Stable
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Irish Aviation Entrepreneur Dómhnal Slattery -RTE The Business Interview

Minister Ryan, Minister Chambers and Minister O’Brien welcome Shannon Heritage transfer to Clare County Council
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Public Service Obligation (PSO) Air routes Dáil Éireann Debate, Thursday – 4 May 2023
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Ryanair’s chief financial officer on the most popular of 300 new routes
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Tweet Picks:

@AviationWeekMRO Boeing estimates that 75% of the 225 737 MAXs in the company’s undelivered inventory must be repaired.

@AviationWeek Boeing has set up four sites to modify non-compliant vertical fin attachment fittings on undelivered 737 MAXs, including one in the space formerly used for 747 production.

@AvWeekSean Southwest CEO Bob Jordan tells shareholders Boeing’s current 737-7 timeline has FAA certification in Aug, but given the uncertainty to date, the carrier is pencilling in early 2024. EIS would be Q3.

@AvWeekSean “Boeing declined to comment on the August certification time frame, but reiterated its belief that approval will come in 2023. ‘We continue to work with the FAA to certify the 737-7,’ the company said. ‘As we have previously said, we expect certification of the 737-7 in 2023.'”

@lesliejosephs Delta CEO Ed Bastian tells @Lebeaucarnews at the Wings Club that the airline industry got over its skis last summer, like someone “who’s been in the desert for two years” but says industry is more conservative this year. $DAL.

Video Picks:

Michael O’Leary Why I am confident Boeing will deliver 50 aircraft by end of July

Mike Szücs, CEO Cebu Pacific Air Interview, “We are the world’s most complex LCC I would suspect”

Ryanair CFO predicts European airline consolidation as fuel hedging drives bumper profit

United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby: It’s going to be a busy summer


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