Published on February 10th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/02/2021

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:

OE-ISI Airbus A319-112 c/n 1102 Altavair AirFinance Registered at Lourdes 07/12/20.

OE-ISJ Airbus A320-232 c/n 2496 AerCap Registered at Craiova 26/01/21 ex YR-DSI.

OE-IOZ Boeing 737-8BK c/n 33019 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Seoul-New Chitose-Anchorage 05/02/21 ex HL8035.

OE-IWA Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33623 ASL Airlines Belgium Registered 28/01/21 prior cargo conversion ex EI-DPD. Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Tolmachevo-Guangzhou 03-04/02/21 for freighter conversion.

Global Aviation News:

Africa aviation and future development; we chat with Sean Mendis
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Air France Airport Slots Emerge as Flashpoint in State Aid Talks
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BLR Airport Receives ACI’s First-Ever ‘Voice of the Customer’ Recognition
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Copa world’s top long-haul narrowbody operator
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Emirates partners with GE Digital Aviation Software
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KLM: first passenger flight performed with sustainable synthetic kerosene
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Lufthansa issues bond in the amount of €1.6 billion 
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Qantas Group Targets Domestic Growth With Alliance Airlines Capacity Deal
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Sibiu talks about its new incentive scheme, with up to €800,000 available per airline
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus And DAA Among Firms to Avail of Covid Recovery Fund
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Falko Outlines 2020 Portfolio Activity
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ORIX Corporation (IX) on Q3 2021 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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‘Runway Roadkill’ rapidly increasing at airports across the world, UCC study finds
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Ryanair accuses minister of handing ‘unfair advantage’ to BA
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Sirius Aviation Capital/Corrum Capital Management JV’s Acquisition of Five Aircraft
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The Military Helicopter Pilot – The Irish Defence Forces Podcast
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Tweet Picks:

@MaxK_J Form an orderly queue: No #737Max 10 until 2023 as Boeing delays deliveries two years, reports @jmhdinger.

@MoCA_GoI Indian aviation infrastructure has been benefited with upgrades in recent years & India has the capacity to develop effective infrastructure. To fully realize its potential, we are focused on adding remote & regional areas on the Indian aviation map,” HMCA @HardeepSPuri added.

@MoCA_GoI “India is the 3rd largest domestic aviation market & will be 3rd largest in the overall civil aviation market very soon. Indian aviation has grown exponentially & is one of the critical enablers for India’s endeavour towards a US$ 5 trillion economy”- HMCA Shri @HardeepSPuri.

@MoCA_GoI “Our target is to develop 200 airports in the next 4 years. The unique feature in this would be inviting public private partnership.”- Shri Pradeep Singh Kharola, Secretary, MoCA.

@NATS We’re going to trial removing the North Atlantic Organised Track Structure to see if it reduces fuel burn and carbon emissions.

Video Picks:

KPMG Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2021

Pilot Life-Marius Aviation 1st Flight of 2021

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce explains Ireland’s unique leadership role in the world of aviation

Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker: “Blame the governments” for piecemeal travel rules

Scott Kirby, CEO of United Airlines, addressed The Economic Club of Chicago


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