Published on December 16th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/12/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Leasing & Financing

Certificate Program Aircraft Redelivery Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 December

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 14 December

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 14 December

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 December

North America Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 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

US DOT Filing Reveals planned Aer Lingus UK-US Flights

Aircraft Update:

EI-EVY Boeing 737-8AS c/n 40319 Sun Express Delivered Shannon-Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen 11/12/20 in AnadoluJet colours to become TC-JZV.

EI-GSV Airbus A320-232 c/n 2587 CDB Aviation Ferried Belgrade-Shannon 11/12/20 ex YU-APG.

EI-RDL Embraer 175 c/n 17000345 Falco Leasing Ferried Milan Linate-Maastricht 10/12/20.

EC-LKG Airbus A320-214 c/n 1047 Iberia Express Ferried Madrid-Ireland West Airport Knock 11/12/20 for part-out & scrap.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada’s revised Transat purchase gets proxy advisory firms’ OK
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British Airways partners with ZeroAvia for hydrogen plane development
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Cancelling of Flights to Sydney Airport Detrimental to International Students
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Cargojet Announces Expansion Of ACMI Services With DHL
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Emirates president Tim Clark says business travel could bounce back in 2022
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Mesa Air Group Reports Fourth Quarter and Full-Year Fiscal 2020 Profit December 9, 2020
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Middle Eastern airlines saw an 86.7% traffic drop for October
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Qatar Airways to Launch Flights to Seattle from 15 March 2021, Marking Second New U.S. Destination Announced This Year
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United Makes Bold Environmental Commitment Unmatched by Any Airline; Pledges 100% Green by Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions 100% by 2050
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings N.V. Announces Early Tender Results and Upsize of Debt Tender Offers
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Avolon Selects HID Mobile Access to Create Secure and Convenient Employee Experiences
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Cork Airport Passenger Numbers Down by 89% This Christmas
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Evolve UK Podcast – Aerospace and Aviation – Gerry Reynolds, MD, Takumi Precision Engineering and Chairman of Emerald Aero Group

Irish aviation sector cannot afford to wait for Covid-19 vaccine rollout writes Donal Moriarty interim chief executive of Aer Lingus
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Ryanair to restart flights from Bournemouth Airport
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UK CAA awards Belfast City Airport with highest accessibility services rating
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Tweet Picks:

@ACAirports Sydney Airport  @flyYQY  is crucial to the local area, for international students studying at @cbuniversity  it is an absolutely essential service. International students contribute more than $165 million to our local economy each year.

@AlanLevin1 .@FAANews says U.S. pilots may safely take the #CoronavirusVaccine. That includes the #airline/#cargo crews who will be ferrying it around the country. Only restriction is they must wait 48 hours after the shot before flying.

@AirlineFlyer GOL says it’ll offer its aircraft for free to help distribute the COVID vaccines throughout Brazil.

@ByERussell Aer Lingus plans to set up a UK subsidiary in Belfast to begin flights between Manchester and the US next summer, per DOT filing. Initial routes to Boston, New York JFK and Orlando with A330-300s. 

@ByERussell Alaska expects its first MAX 9 delivery in January, about two months before revenue flights begin. 

Video Picks:

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