Published on January 11th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/01/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Asset Management

Certificate Program Engine Lease 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 A321LR EI-LRE Delivered

European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) signs member sharing agreement with Irish Business and General Aviation Association

First ATR72-600F Aircraft Delivered to FedEx Express operated by ASL Airlines Ireland

TAP’s Airbus A321neo RetroJet visits Dublin Airport

Aircraft Update:

C-FMLV Boeing 767-316 c/n 26327 Air Canada Rouge Ferried Shannon-Toronto 22/12/20 after storage.

EC-LXR Airbus A330-343 c/n 1097 Air Europa Ferried Palma-Dublin 22/12/20 for paint, for World2Fly ex EI-FBE.

EI-LRE Airbus A321-253NXLR c/n 10245 Aer Lingus Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Dublin 22/12/20.

EI-GUA Boeing 737-490(F) c/n 28888 Poste Air Cargo Delivered Shannon-Naples 22/12/20 ex N288AU.

Global Aviation News:

AeroDelft & Arena Aviation Capital Partnership
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Aircalin Takes Delivery of First Aircraft Powered by Pratt & Whitney GTF™ Engines
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Air New Zealand gears up for trans-Tasman and Cook Islands travel
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Emirates wins ‘Airline of the Year’ at Aviation Business Awards
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IAG appoints new Chairman Javier Ferran
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NCLT issues notice to DGCA, MoCA to clear stance on Jet Airways’ slots
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New Swedish start-up: Northern Airlines
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Volga-Dnepr Group deploys its first Boeing 777F across its worldwide network
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WestJet announces 737 MAX return-to-service plan
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Irish Aviation News:

Blueberry Aviation Launches Ambitious Storage And Maintenance Programme
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Engine Lease Finance and Bamboo Airways close spare LEAP SLB
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Ryanair Cuts Full Year (To Mar 21) Traffic Forecast From “Below 35m” To “Below 30m” As New COVID Lockdowns & Travel Restrictions Announced By Irish & Uk Govts
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Ryanair to launch new Zadar service
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Ryanair to begin 737 MAX roll-out with UK market – CEO Eddie Wilson
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ST Engineering, Airbus and EFW Redeliver A321P2F to BBAM
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Top Irish health official raised ‘serious concerns’ about travel advice issued by European agency
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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho More promising signs for recovery in 2021: Air NZ recalls 175 furloughed A320 cabin crew in anticipation of two-way travel bubbles with Australia and Cook Islands in the first quarter.

@AvWeekScho Qantas and Japan Airlines are seeking approval for a joint business arrangement on routes between Australia/NZ and Japan. Will include expanded codeshare, cooperation on pricing, scheduling etc. Regulatory decision expected in 6 months, with new arrangement starting July 2021.

@ByERussell United Airlines has loaded its restart of #737MAX flights from 11 Feb. Its first flight will be #UA1864 from Denver to Houston. Other initial routes are: DEN-RSW, MCO, LAS, SMF; and IAH-ORD, MCO, FLL, PHX, LAX, LAS and EWR. $UAL.

@GuillaumeFaury In 2020 we worked with our customers & partners to navigate the crisis. I thank them for their trust, for standing by us in these testing times. Congrats to #TeamAirbus for stepping up to the challenge.

@HofmannAviation Things speeding up now on the Gulf. QR will be able now again to save a lot of flying time, fuel and costs on many routes.

Video Picks:

Airlines Try $10 Flights to Get the World Flying Again

American Airlines Changing Rules On Emotional Support Animals To Comply With Department Of Transport

Austrian Airlines Covid 19 Tested Flights from Vienna Airport

CEO of Ryanair Full Interview with Peston 06.01.20

China Eastern Air, China Southern Downgraded by Daiwa 


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