Published on February 22nd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/02/2021

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:

OE-IGV Airbus A320-232 c/n 3457 Allaviation Leasing Ferried Kula Lumpur-Guam-Honolulu 12-13/02/21 ex VT-INS.

SE-RRY Boeing 737-800 c/n 42274 Norwegian Air Sweden Ferried Trondheim-Dublin 05/02/21 ex EI-FVI.

SE-RXM Boeing 787-9 c/n 63345 Norwegian Air Sweden Ferried Stavanger-Shannon 16/02/21 on return to lessor.

TF-FIK Boeing 757-256 c/n 26254 Icelandair Ferried Keflavik-Lleida 13/02/21 ex EI-ERF.

Global Aviation News:

Aeroflot resumes taking deliveries of Western-built aircraft
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Air France-KLM Sees Strength in Amsterdam, Paris Hubs During Recovery
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Georgia Power and the Atlanta Airlines Terminal Company announce $100 million investment in Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport infrastructureRead more:

Global Crossing Airlines Signs Cooperation Agreement with Estelar Airlines
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Kazakhstan to complete Boeing 737 MAX airworthiness assessment in February
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Russia’s best performing airline lost only 2.7% of its traffic in 2020
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Star Air: The airline that has already surpassed its pre-COVID-19 performance
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Texel Air Orders its First 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter
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United Announces Plans to Begin New Daily Nonstop Service Between Boston Logan and London Heathrow
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Irish Aviation News:Aer Lingus wants to resume Dublin to Bradley route as soon as possible 
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Aerlytix secures partnership for roll-out of fleet monitoring solution
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ANCA Has Commenced Assessment Of Aircraft Noise At Dublin Airport 
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Dublin Airport Passenger Numbers Down 78% In 2020 Due To COVID-19
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Finnair completes a lease financing arrangement for its next A350 aircraft delivery with JLPS Holding Ireland Limited
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Funding call to progress strategic development zone at Knock airport 
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Montenegro to acquire two Embraer aircraft from GECAS
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Ryanair To Appeal EU Court Rulings On Air France And SAS State Aid
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Tweet Picks:

@airlinewriter Major US #airlines say they’ll start asking passengers on flights to the US for contact-tracing info and give it to CDC. Passenger’s name, phone number, email and address or where they’re staying in US.

@AmericanAir The U.S. is committed to the Paris Climate Accord, and we are committed to helping achieve its goals. We have a plan to be net zero by 2050, and we’re ready to do our part to address this pressing global challenge.

@ByERussell Air France-KLM is optimistic that the roll out of Covid vaccines will “permit a positive evolution of the situation” by summer, says CFO Gagey. But the airline remains “extremely cautious” on the first quarter, when it plans to fly just 40% of Q1 2019 capacity.

@ByERussell In 2020, American Airlines retired 95 mainline aircraft (A330s, 757s, 767s and E190s) and took delivery of 30 aircraft (A319s, A321neos, 737-8s and 787-s) for a net 65 aircraft reduction. $AAL.

@CNBCTV18News ‘Want @jetairways back to its original position & become the largest private carrier,’ says @JalanMurari of the @JalanKalrock who are now awaiting NCLT nod after lenders approved their bid in Oct for the airline’s revival.  @_ritusingh  #JetAirways.

Video Picks:

Australian business travel firm says it’s now ‘much stronger’ than before the pandemic

Eco-friendly supersonic aviation: Can it be done?

Emirates SkyCargo to work with UNICEF for COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Global Aviation in a Post-COVID World with Carsten Spohr, CEO of Lufthansa

Greece Wants Travelers Back This Summer –  Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis


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