Published on March 4th, 2021 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/03/2021

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:

N291NV Airbus A320-214 c/n 2206 Allegiant Air Registered at Dublin 25/02/21 ex EI-DEB.

OE-IDH Airbus A320-232 c/n 5362 Parc Aviation Registered at Hong Kong 17/02/21 ex B-HST.

N384AN Boeing 767-323(F) c/n 33087 DHL International Aviation ME Ferried Shannon-Bangor-Roswell 02/03/21 to become A9C-DHS.

N385AM Boeing 767-323(F) c/n 27059 Cargo Aircraft Management Delivered Shannon-Tel Aviv 25/02/21 for Air Transport International as N229AZ.

Global Aviation News:

Brussels Airlines to resume North Atlantic routes
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flydubai expands its operations to Romania with the launch of flights to Cluj-Napoca
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Gulf Air Reveals Singapore as New Destination in Q2 2021
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India’s largest cargo airline SpiceJet launches scheduled freighter services between Singapore and India
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LATAM and Delta Air Lines receive final approval in Brazil for Joint Venture agreement
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London City Airport – London’s next long-haul hub?
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Low-cost airlines to lead post-COVID recovery: GlobalData
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Low-cost flyers exit long-haul market, but leave their mark
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Mesa Air Group Signs Letter of Intent to Lease an Additional 737-400F Cargo Aircraft
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Qantas And Jetstar Prepare To Resume International Flights From Late October
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SWISS to launch five routes, focuses on leisure traffic
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Irish Aviation News:

Interview with Shannon Group CEO Mary Considine
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Irish Rail CEO Says Shannon Airport Rail Link Could Cost Hundreds Of Millions Of Euro
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ITIC Bulletin 10: Is the darkest hour just before the dawn?
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Lufthansa is to launch a new Frankfurt service out of Cork Airport for this Summer
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NAC delivers one Embraer E190, MSN 19000055, to Breeze Airways on lease
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NI Holidaymakers Rush to Make Bookings Following PMs Announcement
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Northern Ireland Airports in for Share of Support Package
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Podcast: Aviator Raphael O’Carroll on loss of daughter to brain cancer and incredible flying feats

Set travel target to lift flagging spirits
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Sitecore Acquires Boxever and Four51
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Tweet Picks:

@aviator_aero United entered into an agreement with Boeing for a firm order of 25 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft for delivery in 2023, and to reschedule the delivery of 40 previously ordered Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to 2022 and 5 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft into 2023.

@grantshapps Just chaired 1st meeting of new Global Travel Taskforce marking start of journey to reopen international travel safely & securely once restrictions are lifted Light rail Ferry ,Airplane. We’ll report back April 12. May 17 is earliest int. travel could start. Leisure & holiday travel currently illegal.

@JetBlueVentures As a CVC, one of our top priorities is making a return—yet perhaps just as importantly, we help @JetBlue navigate the future of travel by fostering innovation from within.

@jonostrower There was a sharp collapse of air travel in China earlier this month. @miller22  crunched data from @flightradar24 to illustrate how the country slammed on the brakes for the Lunar New Year and was back to business as usual within 48-hours.

@kpottermn Missed this: Delta will bring all pilots back to active duty by October to support expected growth in travel, per a memo. “We expect domestic leisure travel will be the first to return … then biz travel, followed by intl travel.” Projects hitting ‘19 travel by summer ‘23.

Video Picks:

Alaska Airlines puts 737 MAX aircraft into service

Aviator Max Hazelton speaks about REX Airlines’ first passenger flight Melbourne to Sydney

Eamon Ryan closing remarks to an Seanad transport debate

EU to propose vaccine certificates

IATA Media Briefing – 24 February 2021 


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