Published on November 23rd, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/11/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection

Certificate Program in Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 November

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 November

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 16 November

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16 November

North American Newsletter 16 November

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Cityjet retires RJ85 fleet from service after 22 years in the skies

Delta launches scheduled cargo-only flight between New York JFK and Dublin

Ethiopian Airlines Dash 8-400’s transit Dublin Airport on delivery

Qatar Airways activates Boeing 787-9 fleet on cargo-only flights on Dublin route

Aircraft Update:

M-ABLV Airbus A330-302 c/n 1361 Nordwind Airlines Ferried Dublin-Teruel 10/11/20 for interim storage prior delivery to become VP-BUM.

N290NV Airbus A320-214 c/n 2191 Allegiant Air Registered at Dublin 07/11/20 after paint prior delivery ex EI-DEA.

N291NV Airbus A320-214 c/n 2206 Allegiant Air Registered at Dublin 07/11/20 after paint prior delivery ex EI-DEB.

OE-IRI Airbus A320-214 c/n 936 Genesis Ireland Aviation Registered at Kaunas 09/11/20 ex ES-SAO.

Global Aviation News:

AELF FlightService Commences Long-term Contract with Windrose Airlines
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Air Serbia establishes multiple inter-company partnerships aiming to improve opportunities for passengers
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Business Travel Is Coming Back: Top Execs at American Airlines and Dallas-Forth Worth Airport
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CEOs From Air France and Ryanair See Different Flight Paths to a Travel Recovery
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Copa believes Panama City hub more valuable than ever
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EASA prepares to issue own 737 Max recertification directive 
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EL Al Israel Airlines and Etihad Airways to explore greater cooperation following MOU signing
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Fitch Rates British Airways’ 2020-1 Class B Certificates ‘BBB’
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IAG to Modify Iberia Control to Meet Brexit Deadline, Spain Says
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IndiGo resumes more than 650 weekly flights to and from UP
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KLM supports train travel for short flights up to 700 kilometers
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LCCs’ Ability To Adapt Is Key Advantage In A Crisis
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus approved to join Oneworld TATL joint venture
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After surviving insolvency, CityJet is now battling another adversary: the Irish tax system
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Covid leaves Knock Airport with €4m loss
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Covid testing at airports ‘a waste of time’: Ryanair chief
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Datalex hikes earnings forecast amid Chinese airline deals
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Fresh financial bail-out to keep City of Derry Airport operational until March
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Jackson Square Aviation Announces Delivery of One Airbus A321NEO Aircraft to Cebu Pacific Air
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Researcher in residence Dr. Boris Galkin to study drone technology as part of SFI public service fellowship
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Ryanair, Aer Lingus, and EasyJet tipped for bookings surge on Covid hopes
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Ryanair: Recovery Is Largely Priced In Already
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Tweet Picks:

@AAI_Official UDAN spreads its wings! A new flight of @OfficialStarAir commenced operations between Kalaburagi (Karnataka) & Hindon (UP) under #UDAN. The 50 seater type E-145 LR aircraft, that will fly thrice a week will bring closer the two cities, situated 1800 kms apart. #SabUdenSabJuden.

@AirFranceKLM Our CEO Benjamin Smith spoke today at #ParisAirForum: “We are committed to this environmental challenge. The first way to improve our environmental impact is to buy new aircraft like the A350, which improves our footprint by 25%.” #ParisAirForum.

@AirlineFlyer .@OAG_Aviation gearing up for two new aircraft types in the schedule with new equipment codes. 737 MAX 10 is 7M1 and the Comac C-919 C19.

@AvGeekJames Al Redha on the A380: The A380 is the Emirates flagship and will remain like that. Still on for taking delivery of the last units next year. The newer A380s will be highly enhanced. Gradual increases in destinations expected. 

@AvGeekJames Al Redha believes that Emirates and its Dubai hub will be a key player when it comes to the distribution of the vaccine, especially with the Dubai World Centre being equipped with the right tools to handle the doses. 

Video Picks:

Airlines get ready to ship corona vaccine

An interview of Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, GCEO of Ethiopian Airlines with Aviation Week

Cramer: Travelers won’t be worried about flying Boeing 737 Max

Douglas Parker, Chairman and CEO of American Airlines

FAA chief says conditions that occurred in two fatal Boeing 737 Max are now ‘impossible’


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