Published on September 15th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/09/2023

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 boosts Cork connectivity adds Lyon & Paris CDG

Aer Lingus Regional connects Belfast City to 13 UK Cities

SunExpress Boeing 737s special liveries visit Dublin

Aircraft Update:

LX-LBK Boeing 737-8 c/n 64605 Luxair Delivered Ostrava-Luxembourg 05/09/23 ex EI-GFY.

TF-GAD Airbus A320-214 c/n 3439 MyAirline Delivered to Kuala Lumpur 04/09/23.

YU-ASD ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1159 Air Serbia Delivered Mönchengladbach-Belgrade 08/09/23 ex EI-FCZ.

Global Aviation News:

Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) Investor Presentation Summer 23 
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FlyArystan Expands International Network
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Global Crossing Airlines Announces Agreement to Finance Construction of its new Maintenance Facility
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Half of Condor’s long-haul fleet renewed
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Hawaiian Airlines to Resume Tokyo Haneda-Kona Service in October
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How the Delta-Korean Air Joint Venture is paying dividends
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IATA Strong Passenger Demand Continues in July
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Joby Subsidiary H2FLY Completes World’s First Piloted Flight of Liquid Hydrogen Powered Electric Aircraft
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Irish Aviation News:

Belfast International Airport: Passenger numbers up by 112,000 in June following Ryanair’s return
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 Fly on the Wall: an NDC conversation between Aer Lingus and Datalex
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French bee appoints CEO & President Christine Ourmières-Widener

IAA warns against flying drones during emergency response
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Jackson Square Aviation Announces New Deliveries to IndiGo
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Pilots at Aer Lingus Regional operator back union agreement
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‘We’re a global player in a global marketplace’, says Riyadh Air COO Peter Bellew 
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell The @airportscouncil’s 2022 ranking of North American airports is out: Atlanta (unsurprisingly at 93.7mn pax) is the busiest, followed by Dallas-Fort Worth (73.4mn), Denver (69.3mn), Chicago O’Hare (68.3mn), and LAX (65.9mn) round out the top five.

@ByERussell .@united has purchased this plot of land near @DENAirport and less than a mile from a  @RideRTD  A Line station for future expansion. To be clear, this is miles from their existing training center at Stapleton.

@ByERussell Will Americans return to a more normalized balance of international and domestic travel next summer? “We’re not convinced that sunburns generated at the Acropolis this summer will force Americans to shelter in Yosemite next summer,” writes JP Morgan’s  @baker_never_y.

@ByERussell “The [open skies] agreement between the US and México just doesn’t allow one party to make sweeping changes that contradict what’s in the agreement” — as Mexico is doing in CDMX. Good run down from @crankyflier on the  US-Mexico air service situation.

@ByERussell The Lufthansa Group has 13 P&W GTF engines that are being recalled and need to be inspected by end-September. Spohr says the group can do this without operational disruption as it has spare aircraft to cover any extended ground time.

Video Picks:

Back in black for Air New Zealand

Expect to see more growth through the recovery in aviation volumes: Ampol CEO

GlobalX Q2 Webinar

South Korea’s airlines and tourism plays surge on reports China will allow group tours


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