Published on October 29th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/10/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Technical Records Review :

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 October

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 October

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 21 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 21 October

North American Newsletter 21 October

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

EI-LRD Airbus A321-253NX Aer Lingus Returns to Service

HiSky defers indefinitely launch of new Chisinau-Dublin route

United Airlines Defers launch of new San Francisco – Dublin to Summer 2021

Aircraft Update:

EI-DEB Airbus A320-214 c/n 2206 Aer Lingus Parked at Dublin 24/10/20 for Allegiant Air.

N441FF Saab 340MSA c/n 340B-441 CAE Aviation Ferried Springfield-Bangor-Goose Bay-Narsarsuaq-Keflavik-Shannon-Luxembourg-Moulins 24-26/10/20.

N469AC Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 29368 Aircastle Registered at Goodyear 21/10/20 ex C-GTQC.

OE-IAI Airbus A321-231 c/n 1356 Avolon Ferried Honolulu-San Jose-Hondo 20/21-10/20 ex HL7594

Global Aviation News:

AEI To Provide Four (4) B737-800SF Freighter Conversions To Aero Capital Solutions
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Air Lease Corporation Announces Delivery of New Airbus A321-200neo LR Aircraft to Titan Airways
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Breaking the statistical link between COVID-19 cases and air travel
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Dubai, London ‘ready to go’ on plan to open up air travel
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First A321P2F by ST Engineering, Airbus and EFW enters into service
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Slovenia mulls national carrier with €70 million investment
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Turkish Airlines has 80 widebody destinations in December
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Wizz Air adds THIRD Italy + SECOND Norway base; 14 routes coming
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Irish Aviation News:

Bombardier Belfast ‘delighted’ with sale to US firm
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easyJet Statement – Aircraft Sale and Leaseback with Wilmington Trust SP Services (Dublin) and Sky High 112 Leasing Company Limited
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Five AerCap directors share €22.85m in pay
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GAA high-flyer Jim Gavin tackles leadership and the Irish Aviation Authority
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Irish and Trans-Atlantic air traffic down 57% in nine months
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Irish people hoping for a jet-set summer as Aer Lingus research unveils 2021 travel trends
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Joyce predicts Qantas may hit 50 per cent capacity by year’s end
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New Review Board Appointed into Draft Final Rescue 116 Helicopter Crash Report
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Ryanair to suspend flight operations from Ireland West Airport for four week period
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Tweet Picks:

@aeroTELEGRAPH #Lufthansa has sold five of its #Boeing 747-400s – to GE Aviation Materials The aircraft will be scrapped and individual parts recycled.

@ATWOnline Boeing is working on updating 747 flight computer software to eliminate an issue introduced in the software’s most recent version that causes both of the aircraft’s computers to reset in-flight.

@AusBT Qantas CEO Alan Joyce reaffirms his belief in Project Sunrise and the post-pandemic potential of non-stop flights to London, Paris, NY, Cape Town etc: “We think in a post-Covid world the business opportunities for those routes will be quite immense.”

@HowardSlutsken Flag of Canada Bombardier’s sale of Short Brothers to Spirit AeroSystems expected to close Oct. 30, with a revised purchase price of $275M, down from $500M. 

@MaxK_J Never waste a crisis? Could @SouthwestAir be eyeing a sporty deal from @Airbus  as it flirts with #A220 in fleet renewal writes @PWolfsteller.

Video Picks:

airBaltic – 25 years of lifting each other up!

Dubai Airport looks to the future

Global Crossing Airlines CEO Ed Wegel Investor Update – October 22, 2020

International Day of the Air Traffic Controller 2020

35 Years Of Flying Better Emirates Airlines


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