Published on February 23rd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/02/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Regional One Inc Chooses SPARTA Enterprise Asset Management Software

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 22 February

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 February

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 22 February

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 22 February

North American Newsletter 22 February

Aircraft Update:

N54AU Boeing 737-3Q8(F) c/n 28054 Automatic Leasing Ferried San José-Miami-Miami-Opa Locka 14/02/21 ex EI-FGX.

OE-ITP Boeing 787-9 c/n 38895 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Oslo-San Bernardino 11/02/21 ex SE-RXZ.

TC-CPR Boeing 737-8GJ c/n 34905 Pegasus Airlines Ferried Istanbul-Shannon 22/01/21 on return to lessor ex EI-FGC.

VH-VNK Airbus A320-232 c/n 3986 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Melbourne-Alice Springs 21/01/21 ex 9V-TAK.

Global Aviation News:

Air Lease Corporation Announces Lease Placement of Two Airbus A320-200 Aircraft with Qanot Sharq Airlines (Uzbekistan)
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IATA Safety comes first in industry restart
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IATA Travel Pass being tested with Emirates
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OWG readies for the restart
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President of Emirates Sir Tim Clark: Candid discussion during interesting times
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Solomon Airlines new Twin Otter aircraft arriving in Honiara 
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TSA Hiring Binge of 6000 Airport Screeners Is a Big Bet on a Travel Recovery
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UK foreign travel curbs to stay until at least mid-May
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Irish Aviation News:

ASG launches partnership with the Airline Pilot Club (APC)
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Griffin Global Asset Management Implements LeaseWorks
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Milestone Aviation adds eleven Airbus H225 to Air Center Helicopters’ Fleet
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Northern Irish Travel Agents and Tour Operators Urge Stormont to Deliver Tailored Financial Support
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Norwegian presents update of indicative plan for exit from Irish examinership and Norwegian reconstruction processes
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Ryanair delays new Banja Luka, Pula service
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell If every airline resumes their their flights, the Boston-London market could boast 6 carriers by year-end:  American, British Airways, Delta, JetBlue, United, Virgin Atlantic. Though effectively it would be 4 airlines; 2 immunized blocs and 2 independent.

@ByERussell ICYMI: Air France-KLM touts Amsterdam’s connecting strength, and Paris’ popularity as a leisure destination as positives in the group’s Covid-19 recovery.

@ByERussell The TSA is betting on a summer travel uptick with 6,000 screener hiring binge.

@Exec_Traveller An airfare war has erupted over the skies between Sydney and Melbourne: Virgin Australia is matching Rex’s aggressive one-way economy ($49) and business ($199) rates, while Qantas has cut lead-in economy sale fares to $110.

@ron_eisele 19 February 1982. First flight of the prototype Boeing Model 757-200 airliner, FAA registration N757A, serial number 22212 at Renton Municipal Airport, landing at Paine Field, Everett, Washington, after 2 hours, 31 minutes. Powered by two Rolls-Royce RB.211-535C turbofan engines.

Video Picks:

How Airlines Can Emerge Victorious Post-COVID

#ITICConf21 ‘Leading the Tourism Recovery’ ITIC Virtual Conference 2021

The return to pre-pandemic travel levels won’t come anytime before 2023: CFRA’s Tuna Amobi

Travel after 2020: The new reality

U.S. airlines will collect contact tracing information


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