Published on February 15th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/02/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Maintenance Reserves Management

Certificate Program Re-delivery Management

Certificate Program Aircraft Pre-Purchase Inspection / Sales Assistance

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:

EirTrade Aviation expands aircraft disassembly capacity at Ireland West Airport Knock

REVA Plans Shannon Base expansion

Aircraft Update:

EC-LUC Airbus A320-214 c/n 1059 Iberia Express Ferried Madrid-Ireland West Airport Knock 12/02/21 for part-out & scrap.

EI-GTZ Airbus A321-231 c/n 3636 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Woensdrecht-Dublin-Woensdrecht  03/02/21 in Privilege Style colours prior delivery as EC-NLJ ex 4R-ADB.

F-HTVY Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39021 Transavia France Delivered Dublin-Paris Orly-Toulouse-Francazal 11/02/21 ex SE-RPB.

Global Aviation News:

Aero Capital Solutions Acquires Twenty A320 Family Aircraft From easyJet Through Sale-and-Leaseback
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Air Charter Scotland expands its business in 2021
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Air Arabia reports Q4 2020 net profit of AED 20 million
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AirAsia sees domestic markets rebound
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British Airways Expands the Use of Digital Travel Health App, VeriFLY to All Inbound International Flights to UK
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Businesses, MPs and airlines issue ‘wake-up call’ to government
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Canary Islands Launches New Airline
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Cargojet Announces Plans for Fleet and Route Expansion
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Irish Aviation News:

Aircraft Transaction Register Survey (SI No.582 of 2020): Reporting requirement for certain Aviation Leasing Firms
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Avolon: 2020 Full Year Results
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CityJet chairman says ‘all balance lost in hysteria’ of travel fines
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EasyJet announces Belfast air links to Inverness and Corfu from June
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Irish Air Corps support to HSE on Covid tests temporarily stood down
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Joint Committee on Transport and Communications Networks debate -Tuesday, 9 Feb 2021
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Ryanair Launches Over 700 Winter Routes For 2021/22 Including Sun, Ski And City Destinations
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Ryanair pulls all GB flights to NI as it faces ‘most challenging year’ in 35-year history
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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineFlyer “Other than Los Angeles [and New York], few major urban areas around the U.S. have publicly-accessible heliports that could support such services, potentially requiring the need to invest in new ground facilities.”

@awnusharma Domestic air passenger traffic reached a new high since #COVID on Feb 13 at 310,387 passengers, which is 77% of average daily domestic air passenger traffic levels of 2019. Currently, govt has permitted.domestic airlines to operate up to 80% capacity. @MoCA_GoI @HardeepSPuri.

@bernardlavelle Lundgren says business travel came back after previous crisis such as 9/11 and it will come back once the pandemic is over #CAPALive.

@bernardlavelle Lundgren referring to London airport strategy says focus on LGW and LTN as they can take big strategic positions at these airports. He didn’t rule out returning to London Southend but they need to have scale in a market, suggesting c10 aircraft size needed #CAPALive.

@ByERussell “We have seen no negative customer reaction,” says Air Canada CEO Rovinescu on the return of the #737MAX. Air Canada re-introduced the jet on 1 Feb.

Video Picks:

ATR Take Off at Bangalore Airport (BLR)

Flying the Raptor Prototype

‘I am not a fan of vaccine passport but it is going to be part of the solution’ – Willie Walsh

India an attractive destination at Aero India 2021

Interview with Aengus Kelly, CEO of AerCap Holdings | KPMG Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2021 


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