Published on February 12th, 2024 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/02/2024

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:

Air Astana Expands New Irish registered A321neo

British Airways increases LCY-Dublin route capacity

Cardiff Airport announces more flights to Ireland ahead of Six Nations

Aircraft Update:

B-224J Boeing 737-8 c/n 43927 Hainan Airlines Delivered to HAK 07/02/24 ex N196TS.

B-224P Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40272 Hainan Airlines Delivered to HAK 05/02/24 ex N270CB.

EI-STK Boeing 737-448(F) c/n 25052  ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried to Liege-Keflavik-Bangor 09/02/24.

Global Aviation News:

ASG to launch A321F ops in Australia
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Austrian Airlines Enters Wetlease Cooperation with Braathens Regional Airlines
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BBN Airlines Indonesia Adds Four Boeing 737 Aircraft
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Beond Airlines Receives Second Aircraft to Support Expansion of Premium Leisure Air Travel
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CALC Delivers One Airbus A320CEO Aircraft to Cebu Pacific
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Challenge Group Continues To Expand Its Fleet With Acquisition Of Boeing 747-400F Aircraft
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Irish Aviation News:

ABL Aviation Announces The Delivery Of A Boeing 777-200LRF To Atlas Air Using A JOLCO-AFIC Structure
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Ambulance service to make Air Ambulance paramedics permanent at bases in Cork and Athlone
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An information update from ANCA
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Ireland can be at forefront of turning wind into aviation fuel – Eamon Ryan
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Kennedy announces major R&D investment by RTX
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New AerCap legal case seeks compensation for 116 aircraft and 23 engines stranded in Russia
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Tweet Picks:

@AirplaneCentral Since its launch, the A380 is estimated to have flown over 300 million passengers on more than 800,000 flights across the globe. #Aircraft #Aviation.

@AviationWeekMRO Groundings of Pratt & Whitney PW1000G geared turbofan-powered aircraft are expected to peak sometime this quarter but will not reach the previously projected worst-case scenario of 650 aircraft out of service, a senior executive at Pratt parent RTX said.

@dominicgates O’Leary: Ryanair would pick up early Max 10 deliveries if United turns them down.

@phocuswire .@heartaerospace, a hybrid-electric aircraft maker, has raised $107 million in a Series B round. The company plans to put the investment toward further development of the business as well as progressing certification of its ES-30 hybrid-electric aircraft.

Video Picks:

Dublin airport passenger cap debated by Kenny Jacobs & Ciaran Cuffe

El Al flights Dublin to Tel Aviv will not resume for 2024

FAA chief Michael Whitaker testifies before Congress after Boeing 737 Max-9 blowout

Indigo Q3FY24 Earnings: Robust Demand, Net Profit Soars 111%


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