Published on January 5th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/01/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Leasing & Financing

Certificate Program Aircraft Redelivery Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 January

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 January

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 January

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 January

North American Newsletter 4 January

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts

Aer Lingus Airbus A330-300 EI-DUZ Returns to Service

Air Canada Maintains Winter Connectivity on Dublin route

First Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) Airbus A321neo visits Dublin Airport

Turkish Airlines operates first Boeing 787 to Dublin Airport

Aircraft Update:

G-CLVH Embraer 175 c/n 17000342 Drake Jet Leasing Registered at Maastricht 24/12/20 ex EI-RDJ.

G-CLVK Embraer 175 c/n 17000343 Drake Jet Leasing Registered at Maastricht 24/12/20 ex EI-RDK.

G-CLVN Embraer 175 c/n 17000345 Drake Jet Leasing Registered at Maastricht 30/12/20 ex EI-RDL.

G-CLVT Embraer 175 c/n 17000346 Drake Jet Leasing Registered at Maastricht 24/12/20 ex EI-RDM.

Global Aviation News:

Air Lease Corporation CEO to Speak at Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2021 Defense Outlook & Commercial Aerospace Forum
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Boeing 777 freighters bring relief to tight air cargo market
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Commercial flights down 42% in 2020 – Flightradar24
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EasyJet defers new aircraft deliveries
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Ed Bastian memo: Delta 2021
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Embraer E190 commences revenue flights with Myanmar Airways International
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Embraer Releases Technical Dispositions for the Transport of COVID-19 Vaccines in Commercial Aircraft
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Emirates strengthens commercial team with key management movements
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Tenerife to Launch Its Own Airline in 2021
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The Most Interesting Transatlantic Flight Returns In 2021
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Traffic Data Recaps Max Grounding and Return to Service
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus seeks US DOT approval to authorise its UK-US flight plans by 7 January to sell capacity Read more:

Better days ahead as Irish innovation looks to fuel a travel revival
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Galway Aviation Services Ltd TA Aer Arann Islands
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GE Aviation’s John Slattery On MAX Return, Widebodies And Sustainability
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Icelandair Group hf.: Sale and Leaseback of two Boeing 737 MAX9 aircraft with SKY Leasing
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Loganair to pull flights from Belfast City Airport until February
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Ryanair in talks with Spanish airports to increase flights
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Stars of 2020: ARI Middle East recognises teams from back office ‘engine room’
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Third airline on the agenda for Viva Air owned by Dublin based Irelandia Aviation
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Tweet Picks:

@Airbus Congratulations to @QatarAirways on becoming the world’s largest #A350 operator following the recent delivery of its 53rd aircraft of the type. Good to see the A350 as the new backbone of Qatar Airways’ fleet – supporting more fuel efficient and low CO2-emitting operations.

@DarshanDevaiahB #Bengaluru International Airport’s south runway upgraded to CAT IIIB. This facilitates aircraft landing with a Runway Visual Range as low as 50 meters and take-offs at 125 metres. This makes

@BLRAirport the only Airport in South #India and sixth in the Country.
@gary_kelly Today, I had the opportunity to fly on one of our 737 MAX Readiness Flights, one of hundreds of such flights that will take place before we welcome Customers back onboard the MAX in 2021. My flight today only reaffirmed my supreme confidence in the airworthiness of the MAX. 

@GEAviation It’s not every day that one operator reaches 25 million engine flight hours with a GE engine family. Congrats @SkyWestAirlines on this milestone. SkyWest has grown to be the single largest CF34 operator with a fleet of over 1,200 CF34 engines.

@GEpublicaffairs The Diamond DART-550 recently took its first flight with the new @GEAviation H75-A engine! The flight lays the foundation for the GE engine to undergo flight and aerobatic tests on the brand-new aircraft.

Video Picks:

Boeing’s 737 Max Returns to U.S. Skies

CDB Aviation Delivers Myanmar Airways International’s First E190

Emirates receives first A380 with Premium Economy

IndiGo CEO Ronojoy Dutta On Bailouts & Recovery Plan

Ryanair says Shannon is a template for other regional airports


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