Published on June 26th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/06/2023

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:

Hainan Airlines reinstates Beijing-Dublin route

Kerry Airport and Ty-Win announce partnership

Loganair announces new Aer Lingus partnership

Aircraft Update:

EI-HJO Airbus A330-941 c/n 2038 ITA Airways Delivered Toulouse-Rome Fiumicino 23/06/23.

EI-IHB Boeing 737-8200 c/n 67082 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Shannon 23/06/23 (Aircraft No 114).

EI-IHT Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62362 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 23/06/23 (Aircraft No 115).

Global Aviation News:

Airbus to trial in-flight auxiliary power entirely generated by hydrogen
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Air Mauritius confirms order for three A350 aircraft
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Air India firms up order for 250 Airbus aircraft, selects new services
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BER Traveller facial recognition replaces boarding pass, at Berlin Airport
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Boeing Launches SAF Dashboard to Track and Project Sustainable Aviation Fuel Production
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CFM International RISE program is on track for ground and flight tests mid-decade
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France to invest €300 million/year in clean aviation over 2024-30 
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Luxair Selects Boeing 737-7 To Grow Single-Aisle Fleet
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Saudi Arabia’s flynas firms up 30 more A320neo Family aircraft
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus exciting new brand campaign now airing across TV screens in the UK
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Avolon & Boeing Announce Order for 40 737 MAX Aircraft 
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Azorra Leases Three New Airbus A220s to TAAG Angola Airlines
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Cork Airport is flying upwards and onwards in sustainable way
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Dublin Airport’s New €200m Baggage System Ready for Summer
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Fly Atlantic Push Back Launch Date To Spring 2025
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Heart Aerospace appoints John S. Slattery as non-executive chairman of its Board of Directors
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Ireland West Airport and Portwest Runway Fun Run to take place on Saturday 9th September 2023
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Ryanair makes market share gains and predicts ‘enormous growth opportunities’
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Tweet Picks:

@AlArabiya_Eng Saudi Arabia’s newly launched airline Riyadh Air aims to become a “thought leader” in the aviation sector, with a strong focus on sustainability and technology, says CEO Tony Douglas in an interview with Al Arabiya.

@ATWOnline Riyadh Air CEO Tony Douglas has stressed the importance of Boeing meeting its 2025 delivery commitments amid the company’s ongoing supply chain issues.

@David_Slotnick New Saudi airline Riyadh’s CEO Tony Douglas declines to say whether or not the airline will be dry, like sister airline Saudia, when it launches in 2025: “We’ll follow whatever the legislation is at that point in time.” #ParisAirShow.

@David_Slotnick Riyadh Air will will “be announcing, going forward, a single-aisle narrow body fleet” to go along with the 72 firm orders and options for Boeing 787 Dreamliners the airline has already placed, CEO Tony Douglas says, declining to reveal the types in consideration. #ParisAirShow.

@David_Slotnick Riyadh Air will *not* have a “classic” first class product, but will have “business-plus,” CEO Tony Douglas says. #ParisAirShow

Video Picks:

Boeing, Airbus and the Battle for the Perfect Plane

How did Canadian airfare prices get so far out of control?

Indigo’s Historic Aircraft Order | Press Conference #PAS2023

Interview with “airBaltic” CEO Martins Gauss


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