Published on January 6th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/01/2021

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:

N713TS Embraer 190ECJ c/n 19000632 Cactus Jack Airlines Registered 23/12/20 ex EJ-IOBN.

SE-RPC Boeing 737-8JP c/n 42271 Norwegian Air Sweden Ferried Bergen-Dublin 22/12/20 on return to lessor ex EI-FJX.

5N-BWX Embraer 145 c/n 145553 United Nigeria Airlines Delivered Plan de Guadalupe-Laredo International-Waukesha County-Goose Bay-Keflavik-Shannon-Algiers-Lagos 12-14/12/20 ex N14543.

5N-BWW Embraer 145 c/n 145575 United Nigeria Airlines Delivered Plan de Guadalupe-Laredo International-Waukesha County-Goose Bay-Keflavik-Shannon-Algiers-Lagos 25-27/12/20 ex N13550.

Global Aviation News:

Emirates takes A380 experience to new heights, unveils Premium Economy plus enhancements across all cabins
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Etihad Airways introduces charter flight services
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GE Aviation Congratulates SkyWest Airlines on Reaching 25 Million Flight Hours With CF34 Engines
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International Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A. (IAG) – Directorate Change
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JetBlue Rings in the New Year with Its New Airbus A220-300 Aircraft
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Jota Aviation’s sets up Brexit air bridge between Birmingham, UK, and Ostend, Belgium
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Letter from Gary Kelly, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer on Boeing 737 MAX return to service
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NATO jets intercept ‘hundreds’ of Russian aircraft in 2020
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Qatar Airways Brings Forwards its Launch of Flights to Seattle to 29 January 2021
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United States Modifies Tariffs on EU Products in Large Civil Aircraft Dispute
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Irish Aviation News:MKStudios Releases Dublin International Airport for MSFS
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Non-Confidential RP3 IAA ANSP Business Plan
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O’Leary ready to pounce as Ryanair’s rivals crumble
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Positive meeting provides pathway for Sligo Airport funding
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Ray Hernan’s spirits are up at Aer Rianta International despite clouds
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Ryanair among airlines to demand reduction in airport landing fees
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Ryanair Increases Aircraft at Naples Base
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Sharon Jordan acquires Irish Travel Trade News (ITTN) and Business Traveller Ireland
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Tweet Picks:

@globalxairlines Looking ahead to the completion of our FAA certification, our team can’t wait to begin offering private charter flights in 2021.

@GuillaumeFaury Airbus welcomes the news that an agreement has been reached between the EU and UK. We are delighted to continue to work with our many stakeholders in the spirit of collaboration and long-term partnership.

@HardeepSPuri It has been decided that flights between India & UK will resume from 8 Jan 2021. Operations till 23 Jan will be restricted to 15 flights per week each for carriers of the two countries to & from Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru & Hyderabad only.  @DGCAIndia  will issue the details shortly.

@jonostrower Emirates’ introduction of premium economy (which they long resisted) is the first demonstrable indictor of how airlines are adapting their hard product for the post-COVID world when business travel returns with tighter purse strings.

@kpottermn .@Delta just signed a contract with Do & Co, the beloved airline catering company behind amazing meals on Turkish Airlines, Austrian Airlines, etc. to handle catering out of Delta’s Detroit (DTW) hub. 

Video Picks:

Enjoy more comfort in Premium Economy Emirates Airbus A380

EPA studies airplane emission

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Flying and Fixing – Flying the Raptor Prototype

Former Continental CEO on whether travellers feel safe flying on Boeing 737 Max


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