Published on March 3rd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/03/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Pre-Purchase Inspection / Sales Assistance

Certificate Program Aircraft Leasing & Financing

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 March

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 March

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 1 March

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 1 March

North American Newsletter 1 March

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) Eamonn Cronin runs for ISTAT Board 2021 Elections

Moldovan start-up carrier HiSky to launch flights from Cluj-Napoca to Dublin

RusLine CRJ-100ER operates St Petersburg to Dublin charter flight

Aircraft Update:

LZ-DAH ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1312 DAE Capital Ferried Woensdrecht-Sofia 19/02/21 ex HZ-MHH.

LZ-DAI ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1352 DAE Capital Ferried Woensdrecht-Sofia 17/02/21 ex HZ-ABS.

LZ-DAJ ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1371 DAE Capital Ferried Woensdrecht-Sofia 19/02/21 ex HZ-HGA.

Global Aviation News:

AEI To Provide A B737-400SF Freighter Conversion For Transair
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Air New Zealand positions itself for success
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AirAsia aims to resume all domestic routes in Thailand by April
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Austrian Airlines flies again to Montreal and New York JFK
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Boeing Forecasts Resilient Aviation Market for Latin America and Caribbean Despite Near-term Challenges
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Brussels Airlines prepares for summer with the reopening of attractive holiday destinations
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Condor takes off for DHL Express
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DAE signs lease agreement with IndiGo
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Delta Increases Frequency of Sydney-Los Angeles Routes with its Flagship A350
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DHL Express and SmartLynx Malta partner to break new ground in cargo transportation
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easyJet: Pricing of Debt
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Emirates and Dubai Health Authority to create seamless digital verification of COVID-19 medical records for travellers
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap: An Aircraft Lessor With A Bright Future
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AFG Aviation Ireland Limited (Ireland) completed the acquisition of four A330-200F from Qatar Airways Group
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DAA seeks contractors for expansion of Dublin airport worth up to €50m
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Fingal council asks DAA for more details on noise impact of new runway
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Fitch Downgrades Voyager Aviation’s IDR to ‘C’ on Announced Debt Restructuring
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Former BMI owner in talks to acquire Stobart Air
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Genesis and Heston Aviation announce a strategic alliance to create Heston Airlines
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Hidden Histories: Dublin Airport 

Tweet Picks:

@AAI_Official Under RCS #UDAN, #AAI’s Jabalpur @aaijbpairport is excited to announce a new connectivity route @DelhiAirport  to Bilaspur via Jabalpur & back (Delhi-Jabalpur-Bilaspur-Jabalpur-Delhi) from today through  @allianceair. An ATR 72-600 aircraft is scheduled to fly four times per week.

@aaisxvairport Cities like Belgum, Salem, Mysore, Vidyanagar, Jalgaon, Kandla, Porbandar and Jaisalmer are now served by Trujet under the UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagarik) scheme, making it one of the pioneers in reaching the depth of India’s heart, and making ‘Sky for All’ a possibility.

@BoeingAirplanes With today’s order for 25 more 737 MAXs, United positions themselves for the market recovery in the months and years ahead.  @United, we are humbled by your commitment to the 737 family and the Boeing team.

@ByERussell United Airlines has ordered 25 additional #737Max with deliveries scheduled for 2023. Orders now total 188 aircraft, including -9s and -10s. United will take delivery of 21 Maxes in 2021, and 40 in 2022, its fleet plan shows. $UAL.

@IATA #Airline industry cash burn now likely to continue through 2021 – between $75-95 bn expected this year. #WeeklyChart.

Video Picks:

India Aircraft Leasing Summit 2021

Introducing the Ryanair #JerusalemaChallenge – featuring our brilliant Faro crew

Minister Hildegard Naughton, address to Seanad Eireann on aviation, February 26 2021

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce optimistic despite first half loss of $1 billion

Qantas and Rex airlines go head-to-head over Australia’s regional network


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