Published on December 10th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/12/2020

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

Ryanair Resumes Dublin-Santorini Route For Summer 2021

Aircraft Update:

LZ-AWH Airbus A320-214 c/n 2914 DAE Capital Ferried Jakarta-Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport-Dubai World Central-Heraklion-Châlons-Vatry 11-12/11/20 ex VT-IHD.

LZ-MDR Airbus A320-232 c/n 5158 DAE Capital Ferried Jakarta-Guam-Honolulu 11-12/11/20 ex VT-IVT.

OE-IDP Airbus A321-211 c/n 6376 Vietravel Airlines Delivered Shannon-Cairo-Muscat-Tan Son Nhat International 03-4/12/20.

OE-IPG Airbus A320-214 c/n 4023 CIT Aerospace Ferried Hong Kong-Chitose-Anchorage-Tuscan 29-30/11/20 ex B-HSO.

Global Aviation News:

Emirates chief backs A380 ‘for next decade’ despite blow to long haul travel
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Emirates spreads festive cheer to travellers reuniting with family and friends for the holidays
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GOL First to Resume Commercial Flights With Boeing 737 MAX
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Norwegian initiates reorganization process in Norway
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Philippine Airlines had 83% seat factor on Los Angeles – Manila last year
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Uganda Airlines; where may make sense for its A330-800s?
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Volaris Announces Offering of ADSs
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Irish Aviation News:

D-AZAE (EI-LRE) Airbus A321-253NX/LR MSN 10245 Aer Lingus First Flight
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IBAC Welcomes the Irish Business and General Aviation Association as New Member
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Ireland ‘must invest in air and sea defences’, say security experts
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Joint Committee on Transport and Communications Networks Issues affecting the aviation industry report 9 December 
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Ryanair Orders 75 More Boeing 737-8 200 aircraft increasing its order book to 210
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Ryanair wins Decade of Airline Excellence Award for Europe region
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Squak 7000 Ireland’s Aviation Podcast Channel

Travel needs to return from April or some airlines might disappear, Stobart Group CEO Warwick Brady says
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Tweet Picks:

@trtworldforum “In the post-pandemic world, one of the first things the EU will want to do is reassert the Schengen zone as an area of free travel.” – Tom Jenkins #TRTWorldForum2020.

@SeamusjKearney Michael O’Leary has done it again.  Shortly after 9/11, with the aviation market in turmoil, Boeing had half its orders cancelled.  The manufacturer faced the prospect of mass layoffs.  In arrives O’Leary & Ryanair and orders 100 737’s, getting them at half the cost ($28m each).

@SeanM1997 Wizz Air has suggested more UK bases (Manchester and Edinburgh have slots granted) and a stronger focus on Italy – the airline seems to be growing more and more in Western Europe.

@SpaethFlies .@Emirates will get their last three #A380 delivered only in 2022, two in April, last in May 2022. 3 are due still in December this year, among them first with new Premium Economy cabin on Dec. 20. Currently only about four out of 114 flying on a rotating base #avgeek.

@TheDEWLine Odd story. USAF’s C-21 (Learjet 35) fleet developed a dutch roll (aka tail-wagging) problem on landing approach. So USAF is installing a $3.5M set of Delta Fins to lift flight restrictions. But how does a C-21 fleet suddenly develop a dutch roll problem?

Video Picks:

L3Harris Avionics – SafeRoute+™ Retrofit ADS-B In Solution for Airlines (Overview and applications)

Regional airline carrier Rex launches capital city flights

Ryanair, Boeing CEOs on 737 Max Order, U.S.-EU Tariffs

Ryanair Boeing briefing Dec 3 2020 Q&A

Ryanair Says Boeing 737 Max Is Safest to Be Delivered


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