Published on December 8th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/12/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Launches New Digital Success Advisory (DSA) Service

Certificate Program in Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 7 December

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 7 December

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 7 December

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 7 December

North American Newsletter 7 December

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus announces new Santorini route for Summer 2021

Ryanair grows its firm Boeing 737 MAX order book to 210 aircraft

Aircraft Update:

EI-DAI Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33547 Ryanair Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Astana 05/12/20 prior freighter conversion.

F-HTVS Boeing 737-86J c/n 37766 Transavia France Painted at Shannon 05/12/20 ex VP-CMV.

2-VSYG Boeing 737-85R c/n 34798 Avolon Aerospace Registered at Shannon 05/12/20 ex VT-SYG.

9H-ILD Airbus A320-232 c/n 3270 Lauda Europe Registered at London Stansted 03/12/20 on transfer ex OE-ILD.

Global Aviation News:

Guidelines for COVID-19 testing and quarantine of air travellers – Addendum to the Aviation Health Safety Protocol
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Hamburg talks to us about key unserved routes; Toulouse #1 in Europe
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Hub structure will be key to recovery, KLM CEO says
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Jet Airways may resume operations in summer of 2021: Report
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JetBlue Announces Pricing of Common Stock Offering
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Keflavik seeks after Asia service as missing piece of network
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London Southend has ‘ultra-low costs and no slots’
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“Now we have the right airport,” said easyJet about Brandenburg
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Oliver Wyman leading the business plan for new Alitalia
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Pay Attention 007 – The Importance of ‘QRA’
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“Quick wins are where you can combine passenger and cargo demand,” Virgin Atlantic says
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap: Potential Capital Structure Arbitrage Opportunity
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Aer Lingus chief calls for end to ‘flight shaming’ amid pandemic
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CityJet CEO Pat Byrne says quarantine measures are ‘nonsense’
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Manchester move doesn’t mean Aer Lingus will desert Shannon
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Marginal recovery in activity at Belfast International Airport wiped out in October
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Minister Thomas Byrne Addresses the ASEAN-EU Ministerial Meeting
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NAC delivered one De Havilland Dash 8-400, MSN 4184, to Link PNG on lease
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Ryanair CEO says he wants another Boeing order within 18 months
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Tweet Picks:

@FlightGlobal Congratulations to @Ryanair  for winning the Decade of Airline Excellence Award for the Europe region sponsored by @cirium #airlineawards2020. 

@jetairways2021 The new owners of Jet Airways plan to operate it as a full-service airline with a strong presence in the domestic market while connecting prominent European and West Asian cities with Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru.  

@jonostrower Ryanair, in characteristic fashion, buys 75 more 737s in the depths of an industry recession. The company now has 210 total 737-8-200 (Max) on order. First arrives in spring. Michael O’Leary wants to have 25-30 in its fleet by next summer. Has 3 Max sims now for retraining.

@routesonline “The key message for 2021, is that we want to reach 100 destinations again.” TAP Air Portugal’s Arik De provides an update on the flag carrier’s network strategy and target markets for the future.
@simonasbartkus .@Ryanair is not planning to resume routes from Palanga to @DublinAirport, from Kaunas to Bologna, from Vilnius to Billund in summer 2021.

Video Picks:

Altitude – Episode 1 – History in the making: Introducing space-based ADS-B over the North Atlantic

Aviation Hardtalk Live with Ryanair Holdings CEO, Michael O’Leary

Aviation’s Next Challenge: How Do Airlines Transport Vaccines?

British Airways announces Belfast City Airport to London City route

Eastern Airways opens new Cardiff route from Belfast City Airport 


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