Published on September 19th, 2023 | by FII Reader


Daily Aviation Brief -19/09/2023

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 Regional launches Dublin-Rennes service for Rugby World Cup:

Cityjet expands CRJ1000 fleet

Westjet extends Air France codeshare agreement to Dublin route

Aircraft Update:

HL8544 Boeing 737-8 c/n 44308 EastarJet Delivered Toulouse-Francazal-Astana-Seoul 08-09/09/23 ex N799BA.

N529CG Airbus A330-243 c/n 529 Carlyle Aviation Partners Registered Mojave 16/09/23 ex PR-AIT.

N985CM Airbus A321-231(F) c/n 1928 Cargo Aircraft Management Ferried Tampa-Orlando Sanford 07/09/23 ex VP-CBJ.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic Announces 11 New Routes in Summer 2024 – 7 from Riga
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Awesome Cargo’s Luis Ramos on A330 launch, Mexican market
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Batik Air expands route to Dubai, strengthens connectivity to the Middle East
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Business Travel Recovery Slows but Airports’ Credit Profiles Unaffected
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Fly2Sky partners with World Atlantic Airlines for first operations in the U.S.
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Global Crossing Airlines Announces Agreement to Lease an A321 Freighter from ATSG
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RTX provides update on Pratt & Whitney GTF fleet; Updates 2023 and 2025 outlook
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Irish Aviation News:

Creating a climate positive culture Andrea Carroll, Group Head of Sustainability at Dublin Airport Authority (DAA)
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CDB Aviation Leases Three A321neos to KLM
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City of Derry Airport Partner with Loganair & Londonderry Chamber on Event for CEF Members
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Cork Airport boss ‘confident’ about securing more transatlantic routes in the coming years
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Central Statistics Office (CSO) Aviation Statistics Quarter 2 2023
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Commercial case for Waterford Airport is ‘difficult’, says Transport Minister
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Dublin Airport and Heathrow Express Team Up to Enhance Passenger Journey
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Ryanair targets over thirty routes from Zagreb next summer

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TRAVELExtra acquired by Eoghan Corry

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Tweet Picks:

@airBaltic New week, new aircraft! We’re happy to introduce you to YL-ABQ. The latest member of the family is the 44th aircraft of our @Airbus A220-300 fleet and it is ready to embark on all the adventures our network has to offer.

@ByERussell White House Announces $26 Million in Funding to Improve Aviation Safety, via @davidshepardson.

@dominicgates ICYMI Amazing detail from Spirit CEO on $1.4B in 787 write-offs since 2007: “Even from day one, we were never able to get down the learning curve … It’s not a secret … We have delivered about 1,165 so we’ve lost over $1 million per unit on it.”

@FlySWISS We have reached a further milestone in our project to add the Airbus A350-900 to our aircraft fleet by completing the cabin layout.Our new Airbus A350-900s will seat a total of 242 passengers, 38 of which will be Premium Economy Class.

@simonasbartkus .@Ryanair will cancel 10 routes from Warsaw Modlin airport, stating the airport is not signing a long-term agreement with Ryanair.  One of the withdrawn routes is Warsaw to Kaunas. This route was seasonal previously but was now scheduled to operate in winter.

Video Picks:

Prof Yossi Sheffi, Director, MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics (MIT CTL)

Sports-related travel is one of the fastest growing segments of tourism, says

Tell Me Why: ‘Sustainability is at the heart of building an airline that thrives’ — Jill Blickstein

TYHub Let’s Talk Podcast Episode 4 – with Laura Russell First Officer with Aer Lingus, a Flying Instructor and an Aerobatic Pilot


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