Published on January 29th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/01/2021

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-GUB Boeing 737-490(F) c/n 28889 Poste Air Cargo Delivered Shannon-Rome Fiumicino 29/01/21 ex N889AU.

F-HTVR Boeing 737-86J c/n 37761 Transavia France Registered at Shannon 22/01/21 prior delivery ex VP-CMU.

N290NV Airbus A320-214 c/n 2191 Allegiant Air Delivered Dublin-Montréal-Trois-Rivières 25/01/21 ex EI-DEA.

Global Aviation News:

Eurocontrol and partners agree to prioritise critical vaccine flights
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Flair Airlines Grows with Addition of 13 New Boeing 737 MAX 8 Aircraft
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Flyr chooses planes and design
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GoAir now India’s third-largest domestic operator
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How traveller habits will change in 2021
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JetBlue files complaint over London slot access
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Norwegian to refocus on routes with proven profitability
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Sun Country eyes travel upturn with network additions
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The Right Jet for These Times
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United Announces 2020 Financial Results: 2021 Will Focus On Transition To Recovery; Expects To Exceed 2019 Adjusted EBITDA Margin By 2023
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Irish Aviation News:

Norwegian Air Targets April Exit From Irish Insolvency Process
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Pandemic hasn’t affected Kerry/Dublin PSO route payments
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Paul Hosford: Cork cannot afford Ryanair’s brinkmanship
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Qantas eyes direct flights to India for post-COVID growth Says CEO Alan Joyce
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RTE The Business Patrick Edmund from Altair Advisory on airports and travel

Ryanair interested in Alitalia slots in Milan and Rome
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Shannon Group determined to rebuild in aftermath of COVID-19
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A320neo to JetSMART Airlines
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell All that talk by airlines of a recovery “inflection point” later this year means they could regain some pricing power this summer.

@ByERussell Alaska plans to fly 80% of 2019 capacity by this summer, say executives. $ALK.

@ByERussell Alaska’s 10 A321neos are “going to stay in our fleet for the foreseeable future. But I think we’re open to the possibilities of what we can do for that,” says president Minicucci. These are not included in the plan to retire its last A320s by 2023. $ALK.

@ByERussell “For families that have missed two consecutive Spring Breaks with their kids, July airfares are not expected to be a deterrent,” says @baker_never_y.

@ByERussell Hawaiian Airlines could be back to 70-80% of 2019 capacity by this summer, via @munnikrishnan . $HA.

Video Picks:

Pressure Over The Atlantic w/ Kerry McCauley

Raytheon CEO Greg Hayes : Air Traffic to Be Up 36% in 2021 Versus 2020

Republic Day 2021 Rafale fighter jets make debut

United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby on 2021 demand: ‘We have real confidence in the long-term’

Wizz Air CEO Jozsef Varadi on Ticket Prices, Lockdowns, Abu Dhabi


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