Published on February 3rd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/02/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Asset Management:

Certificate Program Aircraft Risk Management:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Maintenance Reserves Management:

Certificate Program Re-delivery Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 February

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 February

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 1 February

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 1 February
North American Newsletter 1 February

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Cavok Air Antonov An‑12BK Delivers PPE consignment to Dublin

Nordwind Airlines Boeing 777-300 Delivers PPE consignment to Dublin

Turkish Airlines increases Dublin capacity boosts frequency

31st Ethiopian Airlines Dash 8-400 Delivered through Dublin Airport

Aircraft Update:

N237GE Boeing 737-86N c/n 28591 GECAS Registered at Soekarno–Hatta International 28/01/21 prior cargo conversion ex PK-CLA.

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

N557CC Boeing 777-36N(F) c/n 32789 GECAS Air Test at San Bernardino 26/01/21 after cargo conversion ex OE-IHW.

OE-INN Airbus A320-232 c/n 4053 Avolon Aerospace Registered at San Bernardino 15/12/20 ex VH-VNO.

Global Aviation News:

JetBlue’s London Flights Still on Track for This Fall
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‘Limited pick-up’ in air traffic forecast for Easter
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Low-cost airlines may be ‘better positioned’ for 2021 challenges
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New Mint seats to fly on JetBlue’s A321neo, A321LR this year
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Pratt & Whitney GTF™ Engines to power Air France A220 fleet
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Star Air CEO Shares His Outlook on the Future of Domestic Air Travel in India
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Announces Retirement Philip Scruggs; Peter Anderson Assumes the role of Chief Commercial Officer
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Fáilte Ireland announces new €55 million business continuity scheme for the tourism sector
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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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JetBlue announced as launch customer for Thompson Aero Seating’s VantageSOLO business-class seat for single-aisle aircraft
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Ryanair Reports Q3 Loss of €306m as Traffic Falls 78%
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UK activist Parvus builds position in Ryanair
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Virgin Atlantic completes Boeing 787 financing deal with Griffin Global Asset Management and Bain Capital Credit
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Tweet Picks:

@cirium .@Boeing’s 737 Max steadily increases its operational footprint with nearly 120 flights now daily, across North and Latin America. The #aircraft is entering a critical phase with this week’s #European approval.

@HofmannAviation China Airlines Launches Ultra-Low Temperature Services down to -80°C with CEIV Pharma Certification.

@HofmannAviation @wizzair CEO: “We believe people want to travel. People are so much locked down. The appetite to travel is driven by loyal VFR traffic. This is the backbone“.

@jonostrower In discussing the A321XLR TATL market competition between Max and 787, Boeing CEO David Calhoun tells an analyst, while not defining an airplane, “you’re pretty much in the right space where the next airplane developments lean.”

@lesliejosephs American expects to “hire pilots in the not too distant future” in a recovery. Worth noting it doesn’t know when that is.

Video Picks:

Flying the Diamond Aircraft DA50 RG

There will be a new model of business travel, EY CEO says

This airline may require mandatory coronavirus vaccinations for employees

United Airlines’ new tech to prevent lost luggage

United to begin flying Boeing 737 Max on 11 February


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