Published on September 4th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/09/2023

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 achieves IATA IEnvA certification

Cork Airport Announces New Ryanair route – Paris Beauvais

Ryanair restores Ireland West Airport-Tenerife South connectivity

Aircraft Update:

EI-FCZ ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1159 Air Serbia Ferried East Midlands-Mönchengladbach 27/08/23.

EI-HOD Airbus A320-272N c/n 11635 ITA Airways Delivered Toulouse-Rome Fiumicino 31/08/23.

EI-LDD Airbus A300F4-605R c/n 858 ASL Airlines Registered at Budapest 25/08/23 ex B-LDD.

Global Aviation News:

Air India’s plans for low-cost carrier AIX Connect take shape
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AirAsia X Plans To Add Another Aircraft, Return More From Storage
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Are high airfares grounding intra-Africa tourism?
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Boeing Readies 737 Max Deliveries to China After 4-Year Hiatus
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IATA squares up to Brazil’s government over restricted operations at Rio’s Santos Dumont airport

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KMC’s “low risk” 777 P2F approach struggles to get traction
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Lufthansa Group Targets Aeroshark Application Across Fleet
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‘Not going back to 2019 levels’: Air NZ boss warns cheap flights era is over 
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus College Football Classic Brings 40,000 Americans To Dublin
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Altus opens new facility in Ireland
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Angela Walsh elected President of the Irish Travel Agents Association
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Arthur Cox advises AviLease on acquisition of Standard Chartered’s aircraft leasing business
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Aviation regulator IAA launches probe into drone used in Clonmel area after fatal crash
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City of Derry Airport Ranked Best in UK
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High Ridge Aviation delivers first of three A320neo to LATAM Airlines Group
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Ryanair Holdings plc Capital Markets Event – Boeing 737 MAX 10 Strategy Tuesday 5 September

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Squawk7000 – Ready for Las Vegas and the World Aerobatics

Tweet Picks:

@AirEVthingTRNSP ICMYI: Air China has signaled plans to take delivery of the jets for the first time in over four years: 12 in 2023 and 24 in 2024.

@CNBC Airlines can’t add high-end seats fast enough as travelers treat themselves to first class.

@davidshepardson .@SecRaimondo told @CNBC it would be a good signal if Chinese airplanes took delivery of Boeing 737 MAX airplanes (There was no announcement of any agreement).

@jonostrower Boeing stories intersecting: B-20CA was supposed to be the first 737 Max delivery to China (since 2019) and as early as September 1. That’s not happening at the moment because of the aft pressure bulkhead repairs.

@miller22 The LATAM Group operates airlines in all their glory.  Note the LIM-LHR line.  First LATAM service in the market.

Video Picks:

Dubai International Airport unveils mega-expansion plan to maximize passenger capacity

How Has The Indian Dream To Fly Taken Shape In The Past 10 Years? Civil Aviation Minister Answers

Inaugural: EU-India Collaboration on Sustainable Biofuels for Aviation and Maritime Transport

RAW: New international airline Aer Lingus coming to Denver airport


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