Published on January 19th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/01/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Appoints Sean O’Connor as Managing Director Americas & VP-Commercial

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Asset Management

Certificate Program Engine Lease Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 January

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 January

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 January

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18 January

North American Newsletter 18 January

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Airbus A321 EI-CPE Positions to Nimes

Aer Lingus Airbus A330-200 EI-DUO Positions to Nimes

ASL Airlines (Ireland) Boeing 757 EI-LBR Re-registered as N751AL

ASL Airlines (Ireland) Boeing 757 EI-LBS Re-registered as N726WN

Aircraft Update:

EI-XIN Boeing 787-9 c/n 38774 Neos Delivered Dublin-Shannon 18/12/20 after paint for interim storage ex LN-LNT.

LN-LNG Boeing 787-8 c/n 35314 AerCap Acceptance Flight at Glasgow Prestwick 22/12/20 after lease to Norwegian.

N240GE Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33546 GECAS Registered at Shanghai 07/12/20 prior cargo conversion ex EI-DAH.

N241GE Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33547 GECAS Registered at Shanghai 17/12/20 prior cargo conversion ex EI-DAI.

Global Aviation News:

Aircastle Limited’s (AYR) CEO Mike Inglese on Q3 2020 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Approval of American-JetBlue deal draws warnings of rising airfares
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Aviation Capital Group Announces Closing of $750 Million of Senior Unsecured Notes
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British Airways creates limited-edition range of luggage
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Emirates president says Boeing 777X entry to service may slip to 2023 ‘or even longer’
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European airline capacity falls the most since first wave of COVID-19
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Global Crossing Airlines Announces Financing to Complete Certification
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IAG Cargo Transports Over 1 Million Doses of COVID-19 Vaccines Worldwide
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Lufthansa raised €500 million in aircraft financing in the second half of 2020
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Qatar Airways Welcomed its 53rd Airbus A350 on the Last Day of 2020 Reaffirming its Position as the Largest Operator of A350 Aircraft
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Irish Aviation News:

Aersale Selects Precision B757-200Pcf Modification Kits For Its Recent Acquisition Of 24 B757-200 Aircraft
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CityJet hopes to land UK air operator certificate
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Dublin Airport loses 115 routes due to Covid-19
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Falko Regional Aircraft Concluding a $130m Subscription Facility
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Final Report: Serious Incident involving a ATR 72-212A (EI-FAW) at Dublin Airport, Ireland, 02 September 2016. Report 2021-001
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Financial support to assist in merger and demerger activities relating to the Irish Aviation Authority and the Commission for Aviation Regulation
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Former top Airbnb executive joins the Aer Lingus board
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Tweet Picks:

@CAPA_Aviation #CAPALive Americas News Bulletin: The USA and Brazil became the first and second countries in the world to re-certify the Boeing 737 Max in late November. CAPA Fleets show that globally there are 18 Boeing 737 Max aircraft in service whilst a further 395 remain inactive.

@CAPA_Aviation .@azulinhasaereas CRO Abhi Shah:“Ten years ago, Brazil had 50 million passengers. In 2019 it had 100 million. Of that 50 million growth, Azul alone was almost 28 million. So, we were responsible for more than half of the growth of entire industry.” #CAPALive.

@CAPA_Aviation .@cityjet CEO & Executive Chairman Patrick Byrne: The company is “optimistic” in its outlook moving into summer 2021 with “huge appetite to grow again”.  #CAPALive.

@CAPA_Aviation .@cityjet CEO & Executive Chairman Patrick Byrne: “We’re looking forward to early summer with an early uplift, depending on vaccine rollout & seasonal changes… #CAPALive.

@CAPA_Aviation .@cityjet CEO & Executive Chairman Patrick Byrne: … CityJet is “confident” in its Bombardier CRJ900 fleet as the gauge that is “going to be the one that will be most in demand soonest”.  #CAPALive

Video Picks:

Boeing December 2020 orders: Negative 17 planes

Delta CEO Ed Bastian: We’ll be profitable this summer if vaccines are distributed at higher pace

Holiday bookings for 2021 the Hard Shoulder on Newstalk

India’s First Air Taxi Service

Outlook for the airlines industry after Delta’s Q4 loss


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