Published on February 18th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/02/2021

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

Aircraft Update:

C-FMLZ Boeing 767-316 c/n 27597 Air Canada rouge Ferried Shannon-Toronto 14/02/21.

EI-FBM Boeing 717-200 c/n 55192 Volotea Ferried Venice-Stavanger-Keflavik-Goose Bay-Winnipeg-Victorville 15-16/02/21 on return to lessor.

EI-XIN Boeing 787-9 c/n 38774 Neos Delivered Shannon-Verona 16/02/21 ex LN-LNT.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic and Lufthansa announce codeshare agreement
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ACCC issues final determination granting re-authorisation of Qantas and China Eastern Airlines’ Joint Coordination Agreement
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Delhi-Dubai currently world’s second-busiest international route
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DXB shows encouraging signs of recovery after turbulent year
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easyJet CEO remains ‘positive for a strong summer’
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Emirates chief sees aviation industry returning to ‘former glory’ by 2023
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Fitch Affirms Bradley Airport (CT) Customer Facility Charge Rev Bonds at ‘BBB’; Outlook Negative
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Flair Airlines expands with 8 new destinations across Canada
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Spirit Airlines to return to pre-pandemic flying levels by mid-year
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Irish Aviation News:

An Open Letter from an Airline Pilot
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ASL Aviation Holdings Confirms It Will Exercise Options For 10 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters
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January 2021 Irish Air Traffic – IAA
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MAAS Aviation opens new world-class aircraft paint shop in Kaunas, Lithuania
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ORIX Aviation signs a Service Agreement for a package of 14 B737 MAX8 and B787-9 aircraft
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Ryanair Selects Pluralsight Flow to Optimize Speed and Workflows of its Engineering Team
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Ryanair to add new Zadar service
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The Capital Group increases stake in Ryanair to 10.17%
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Southwest Airlines is seeing some month-on-month improvements in leisure travel — still negligible business travel — from February to March. Both capacity and revenue trends are forecast to improve in March. $LUV.

@ByERussell Sun Country is betting that listing during the worst crisis ever to hit the airline industry is a good idea for its unique business model.

@jonostrower Left unsaid by @scottiebateman is that these are the last 747s. Production ends in Oct. 2022 with handover of the last 747-8F. When the VC-25Bs are delivered in 2024, they will be the last from Boeing & they may very well be the last 747s flying when they’re retired around 2060.

@jonostrower HUGE: Southwest Airlines is in talks for at least 300 new 150-seat jets for its fleet, as part of a deal that could transform its five-decade old business model and the commercial aircraft industry with it.

@NebOair Superb news! Our @pipistrelEU Velis Electro gets UK Certification of Airworthiness. Making NEBOair the proud owners of the UK’s first certified fully Electric aircraft. The future is exciting & clean! #futureflight #gogreen #sustainableaviation #training.

Video Picks:

Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths talks of passenger traffic recovery

IATA’s Clifford on Lunar New Year, Bookings, Consolidation

Interview with Karl Griffin, CEO of Genesis | Aviation Industry Leaders Report 2021

Ireland having two great airlines is something we sometimes take for granted

Rapid City Regional Airport offers new airline, Boutique Air


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