Published on January 28th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/01/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insights: Amazon activity places the spotlight on freighter conversion opportunities

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 January

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 January

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 25 January

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25 January

North American Newsletter 25 January

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

ASL Airlines (Ireland) adds EI-DAC Boeing 737-800(BCF) to fleet

ASL Airlines (Ireland) adds EI-DAD Boeing 737-800(BCF) to fleet

Aircraft Update:

EI-EXI Boeing 717-200 c/n 55174 Volotea Ferried Venice-Stavanger-Keflavik-Goose Bay-Winnipeg-Victorville 26-27/01/21 on return to lessor.

EI-FVR Boeing 737-800 c/n 42279 Norwegian Air International Ferried Stavanger-Budapest 27/01/21 prior return to lessor.

EI-GHK Embraer 190 c/n 19000218 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Dublin-Bydgoszcz 26/01/21 for onward storage.

Global Aviation News:

AELF FlightService Leads Acquisition of Maleth Aero
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Air New Zealand updates international schedule to end of June
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ANA Group Announces Interim Flight Schedule for Fiscal Year 2021
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British Airways’ Heathrow to Gatwick saga: Ghana to take reciprocal action
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Cathay Pacific’s ambitious Boeing 777 first class concepts
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Delta to Activate 400 Idled Pilots in Sign of Travel Optimism
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EASA declares Boeing 737 MAX safe to return to service in Europe
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EasyJet sets sights on winning business from national flag carriers
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European airlines credit outlook 2021: stressed sector faces further shakeout in stop-start recovery
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Qatar Airways’ tech investment, expands partnerships
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Shaw reveals Ultra Air strategy
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Irish Aviation News:

Controversial Ryanair Ad Nixed by Advertising Authority
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Council hears arguments on Dublin airport night operations
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Eurocontrol Aviation StraightTalk Live An exclusive interview with Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas
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EU shift on travel restrictions would be game changer for airlines such as Ryanair
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Irish Aviation Regulator IAA Lifts Restrictions on Boeing 737 MAX in Irish Airspace 
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Major milestone for the Irish Air Corps with the airlifting of its 3,000th patient (Page 12)
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New quarantine plans based on ‘enormous amount of hype’ about international travel – CityJet CEO Pat Byrne

Nordic Aviation Capital strengthens Board of Directors
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Tweet Picks:

@simrantiwana Two years back, today we took our first passengers to the sky. What an amazing journey it has been! Kudos to the awesome team @OfficialStarAir.

@TDox_UAL On Friday, @united  took delivery of two new 737 MAX from @Boeing and both aircraft are now at our hangar in Seattle for final preparations before being placed into service. Our teams are doing incredible work as we get ready for the return of the 737 Max on Feb. 11.

@tofly_totravel Over in Ghana, the government have reacted to BA moving the Accra route from LHR to LGW. They have suggested BA will not be granted access to the main airport in Accra (Kotoka) but will have to use a secondary airport, in what seems to be retaliation. #britishairways #accra.

@ushapadhee1996 Commencement of this route expands the air connectivity of Belagavi to 10 destinations across India. Belagavi airport has emerged as the third busiest airport in terms of traffic in the state, after Bengaluru and Mangaluru. #UDAN makes the BIG difference! #SabUdenSabJuden.

@WandrMe Air France reaffirms plans to continue A350 deliveries in 2021 and to add six new A220s from September.

Video Picks:

Alaska Air CEO Brad Tilden: Could be lower fares in the incoming months

ATR72-600 – New Air Management System (NAMS)

Bocom Has ‘Buy’ Ratings for China’s Big Three Airlines

Boeing 737 MAX safe to return to service in Europe, regulator says

India’s high commissioner: Talks with Singapore on air travel bubble are ongoing


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