Published on February 9th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/02/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Maintenance Reserves Management

Certificate Program Re-delivery Management

Certificate Program Aircraft Leasing & Financing

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 February

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 February

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 February

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 8 February

North American Newsletter 8 February

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

EI-GTZ Airbus A321 Delivered to Privilege Style:

REVA Opens New Shannon Airport Air Ambulance Base

Aircraft Update:

EI-GVI Airbus A320-232 c/n 4174 JLPS Leasing Ferried Budapest-Châteauroux 04/02/21 ex HA-LPZ.

OE-IOX Boeing 737-8BK c/n 30625 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Jeju International-Kansai International-Anchorage-Seattle-South Texas Regional 10-13/01/21 ex HL8028.

OE-IPI Airbus A320-232 c/n 5956 Celestial Aviation Registered at Ljubljana 07/01/21 ex ZS-SZC.

OE-IPN Airbus A320-214 c/n 5310 LAF Leasing Ireland Registered at Clark 18/01/21 ex RP-C8399.

Global Aviation News:

Emirates Mulls Swapping a Third of Boeing 777X Orders to 787
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Etihad Airways partners with GE Aviation on foam cleaning system
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Frontier Airlines Announces New Crew Base in Tampa and Future Plans to Establish Atlanta Base
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Gulf Air Proudly Welcomes its New 70th Anniversary Edition Airbus A321neoLR
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IAG: Amended Air Europa Deal Is Positive, But Risks Remain
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LOT revives Krakow-New York plans
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Lufthansa fuels Frankfurt long-haul leisure competition
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Poste Air Cargo completes fleet renewal
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Qatar Airways upgrades IFEC experience on 787-8 Dreamliner with Thales AVANT IFE
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Reducing transatlantic flight emissions by fuel-optimised routing
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Smartwings plans first 737 MAX route in Europe since recertification
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Irish Aviation News:

DAA boss blames media and Gardaí for passenger slump
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Fly Leasing to Report Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2020 Financial Results on February 25, 2021
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GIFT to Gujarat: Can the state become the next Ireland of aircraft leasing?
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Ireland West Airport chairman welcomes announcement of new Regional Airports Programme
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Minister Naughton announces publication of Regional Airports Programme2021-2025
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No Immediate Impact on Avolon’s Ratings Following HNA Bankruptcy
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Ryanair ‘ready to pounce’ at expense of rivals, says O’Leary
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Talks on new Aer Lingus Regional deal could be concluded in weeks
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Tweet Picks:

@GulfstreamAero Congratulations to @RollsRoyce for successfully completing the first tests of 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (#SAF) in a business jet engine. Not just any engine — the Pearl 700, created for the all-new, ultralong-range #G700.

@jonostrower Boeing targets 2021 for B737-7 deliveries, 2023 for the -10.
@jonostrower I spoke yesterday with a director at an aerospace company who said their CEO was starting to nudge folks to plan for business travel again in the second half of the year to see customers and suppliers face-to-face. First sign of a thaw.

@jonostrower Now, as Boeing takes its first early steps again toward a new airplane to fend of the A321XLR, its focus is again on this smaller sized-twin. The concept is newly relevant, especially as the future of larger twin-aisle remains squishy at best.

@LondonAirTravel JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes has told Richard Quest on CNN that transatlantic services from London should launch “late summer” in the third quarter of this year.

Video Picks:

Delta CEO Ed Bastian Sees ‘Great Bargains’ Leading Travel Recovery

Irish Air Corps transfers an ICU patient with Covid-19 for the first time

JetBlue to begin first flights to London this summer

Luftfahrt-Presse-Club conversation with EASA Executive Director Patrick Ky

Options bulls fly with JetBlue


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