Published on February 24th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/02/2021

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:

VH-VOY Boeing 737-8FE c/n 33990 Bobcomm Ltd Ferried Darwin-Clark International-Jinan 27/01/21 for cargo conversion.

VQ-BKH Airbus A321-211 c/n 841 Ural Airlines Ferried Yekaterinburg-St Anthan 09/01/21 for part-out & scrap ex EI-CPD.

VQ-BZI Boeing 777-36N c/n 32785 GECAS Ferried Dubai-Bangor 01/02/20 ex A6-EBI.

VP-CAU Boeing 787-9 c/n 62725 GECAS Ferried Abu Dhabi-Bangor 28/01/21 ex B-206R.

Global Aviation News:

Air New Zealand Will Trial Vaccine Passport System On Flights To Australia
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Boeing Statement on United Airlines Flight 328
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British Airways financing update
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China Airfreight industry reaches for new heights
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Emirates restarts flights to Newark via Athens
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‘It’s a juggling act’ say handlers as cargo congestion swamps Europe’s airports
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Singapore Airlines continues Airbus A380 upgrade program
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Transat Provides Status Update on Arrangement with Air Canada
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What will it take to get the world travelling again?
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Irish Aviation News:

Michael O’Leary – Ryanair
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Minister Ryan defends process followed in appointing Hynes interim Chair of IAA
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Public opinion on airport noise invited in assessment of DAA proposal
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Vital business plan for City of Derry Airport ‘due in weeks’
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Voyager Announces Entry into Restructuring Support Agreement with Support of Equity holders and Unsecured Noteholders
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Willie Walsh Talks Exclusively to ITIC About How to Restart International Aviation
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Tweet Picks:

@Forbes Air New Zealand will ask its passengers to use a digital health pass on flights to Australia as a trial run for a future digital “vaccine passport” that travellers will use to confirm that they have been immunized against Covid-19.

@grantshapps After issues this weekend, Boeing B777s with Pratt & Whitney 4000-112 series engines will be temporarily banned from entering the UK airspace. I will continue to work closely with the @UK_CAA to monitor the situation.

@rafredarrows The #RedArrows arriving today at @RAFWaddington – where the team will temporarily operate from across this week and next. Display training remains at RAF Scampton. This activity will assess how the Red Arrows can integrate into RAF Waddington, when it becomes the team’s new home.

@united We are voluntarily & temporarily removing 24 Boeing 777 aircraft powered by Pratt & Whitney 4000 series engines from our schedule. We will continue to work closely with regulators to determine any additional steps and expect only a small number of customers to be inconvenienced.

@WandrMe Lots for me to like about this new route: – High-J config 763 so plenty of premium seats. – Late departure (10p) to London so better sleep on the short hop. – Late return from London (5p) so more time in Europe.

Video Picks:

Airlines need grants now to avoid a zombie industry: Montreal Economic Institute’s St. Onge

Boeing advises airlines to ground some 777s

Emirates Operates Flight with Fully Vaccinated Frontline Teams

Irish Air Corps Vaccine Delivery

Jim Cramer on implications of Boeing 777 engine failure


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