Published on January 7th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/01/2021

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

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:

EI-DPB Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33603 GECAS Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Novosibirsk-Shandong 08-09/12/20 for cargo conversion.

EI-GBI Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39434 Corendon Airlines Europe Delivered Ostrava-Antalya 29/12/20 to become 9H-CXC.

G-TUKC Boeing 737-8FZ c/n 31713 TUI Airways Registered at Lasham 23/12/20 ex EI-FHH.

SE-RRV Boeing 737-8JP c/n 42084 Norwegian Air Sweden Ferried Stockholm Arlanda-Ciudad Real 29/12/20 ex EI-FVL.

Global Aviation News:

Emirates takes its newest A380 with premium economy to London Heathrow
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IndiGo gets DGCA nod to fly Pratt & Whitney run A320neos as EDTO flights
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Nordica and LOT amend ownership structure
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oneworld, SkyTeam and Star Alliance support Worldwide Airport Slot Board recommendations to aid industry recovery
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Qatar Airways Bolsters Connectivity in Canada with Announcement of Daily Flights to Montreal
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Republic Of Serbia Increases Its Share In Air Serbia
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Rolls-Royce celebrates Uganda Airlines’ delivery of its first widebody aircraft, Airbus A330neo
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Singapore Airlines Starts Trials On Digital Verification Of Covid-19 Test Results And Vaccination Information
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Southwest Airlines Expands Channel Of Choice: Signs Sabre Full Participation GDS Agreement
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When lightning strikes twice: The tragedy-induced demise and attempted corporate resuscitation of Malaysia airlines
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Irish Aviation News:

ANCA commences assessment of aircraft noise at Dublin Airport
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Clareman’s company FlyRyte Drone Academy to operate first drone school in UAE 
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Irish company daa International named to operate Saudi Arabia’s prestigious Red Sea Airport
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Investigation underway after light aircraft crash in Killala Bay
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Kevin Byrne, Retired Lt Col & Airport Safety and Security Auditor on Pat Kenny Show

Ryanair announces new route to Croatia in summer flight schedule
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Ryanair ordered to pay costs of unsuccessful coronavirus challenge
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Ryanair’s return to Shannon Airport will boost tourism – Mary Considine
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State optimistic Aer Lingus transatlantic route will resume at Bradley International Airport as pandemic eases
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The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority backs Aer Lingus’ new route from Manchester
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Tweet Picks:

@ASA_UK We have received complaints about a Ryanair ad which encourages people to book holidays abroad now that vaccines are being administered. We have launched an investigation into whether the ad has broken our rules and will publish our findings in due course.

@business Saudi Arabia will open its land and air borders with Qatar on Monday as the nations move to resole a rift that’s split Qatar from its neighbours since 2017

@mlrairport Happy to welcome @goairlinesindia to Mangaluru Airport! The world-class airline is set to commence direct flights from Mumbai to #Mangaluru. Together, we are happy to serve our guests at the #GatewayToGoodness.

@PPaulCharles I was asked by @BBCHughPym  when I thought holidays would be “on” again? I’d book for 1st May onwards with certainty. Staycations will return from March onwards. Short-haul from late April; long-haul from Sept.The #Oxford vaccine go-ahead will vastly boost confidence. 

@qatarairways The world’s leading air cargo carrier took delivery of three brand new @BoeingAirplanes 777 freighters today, bringing its total freighter fleet count to 30 freighters. #QatarAirways.

Video Picks:

Hawaiian Airlines announces three new routes: CEO Peter Ingram

Hi Fly A380 farewell fly-by over Beja Airport

Indian Airline IndiGo Sees Capacity Recovery by End of 2021

Is Elon Musk Working On An Electric Plane? How Tesla Electric Aircraft Can Disrupt Airline Industry

John Strickland interviewed Michael O’Leary, CEO, Ryanair Group at WTM Virtual 2020


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