Published on February 17th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/02/2021

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 16 February

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 February

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 16 February

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16 February

North American Newsletter 16 February

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

EirTrade Aviation expands aircraft disassembly capacity at Ireland West Airport Knock

G-JOTE Bae146-300F Jota Aviation operates Stansted charter

REVA Plans Shannon Base expansion

Aircraft Update:

EI-FVM Boeing 737-800 c/n 42277 Sky High Leasing Ferried Budapest-Muscat 14/02/21.

OE-IOM Airbus A320-232 c/n 3547 AerCap Registered at Kula Lumpur 12/02/21 ex  F-OZNC.

OE-ISR Airbus A330-243 c/n 975 CIT Aerospace Registered at Abu Dhabi 11/02/21 ex A6-EYR.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada (ACDVF) CEO Calin Rovinescu on Q4 2020 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Budget Proposals Will See GIFT City Take Off With Aircraft Leasing Biz
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EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren calls for UK government plan to exit lockdown
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Flair Airlines optimistic toward future air travel, starts ambitious growth plans
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Flyr AS: NOK 600 million private placement successfully completed
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GlobalX Continues Its Momentum Towards Certification
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Government will focus on ‘stepped approach’ to restart Malta’s air routes
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IATA Getting ready to partner with Governments to safely reopen borders
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IndiGo, SpiceJet ramp up domestic connectivity
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Partnerships can further accelerate the future of private travel in the face of COVID
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PIA receives ‘overwhelming response’ on tenders for leasing new aircraft
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Irish Aviation News:

Belfast City Airport signs contract for installation of 5G
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Dell Technologies is helping Ryanair unlock its future growth potential with game-changing technology
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Flights planned from Knock again next month
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Ryanair won’t need to raise more debt this year – O’Leary
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Squawk 7000 News – February 15th, 2021

‘We need to be ready’ – Clare councillors seek strategy to entice international tourists if COVID vaccine proves successful
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We Flew a Drone at Dublin Airport –
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Willie Walsh sees environmental issues as “absolutely critical” for the aviation industry
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Tweet Picks:

@CAPA_Aviation Raymond James Managing Director Savanthi Syth commented on the JetBlue-American Airlines strategic partnership at #CAPALive stating: “I think American is being really smart over the past year and a half, in filling the network with these partnerships.”

@CAPA_Aviation Finnair Head of Loyalty Karolina Baszarkiewicz: Our loyalty programme is a tool to keep people connected to our brand, even when they can’t fly. #CAPALive.

@ivanconinx Thai Airways will return to Brussels Airport as of 3 July 2021. The airline will be offering one A350 flight per week between BRU and BKK, on Saturdays. Second flight, on Thursdays, to be added as of 1 October 2021 @BrusselsAirport @ThaiAirways #brusselsairport #avgeek.

@jonostrower Kevin Michaels of AeroDynamic Advisory says Boeing needs to launch a new airplane ASAP, leaning toward a single-aisle 757-sized aircraft with current gen engines, composites, etc. to address both the A321XLR challenge and the downshift from long-range twins. #advance2021.

@jonostrower Richard Aboulafia on a new Boeing jetliner: “Our assumption is that they don’t do anything.” Though he emphasizes that they must and they should very soon. “My hope is that they do something.” #advance2021.

Video Picks:

Aero India: Majestic air show as aircraft perform stunning fly past

Interview with Austin Wiley, CEO of SKY Leasing | Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2021

Irish Air Corps Year in Review 2020

Shannon Airport and Shannon Heritage

United becomes first U.S. airline to offer COVID-19 testing access in airport


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