Published on March 24th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/03/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Post Graduate Program in Aircraft Leasing & Financing Webinar Saturday 27th March 7.30pm (IST) / 2.00pm (GMT)

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 March

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 March

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 22 March

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 22 March

North American Newsletter 22 March

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Condor to operate on behalf of DHL Express on Leipzig-Shannon Route

Hi Fly operates inaugural Airbus A330-900 into Dublin

Irish Business & General Aviation Association (IBGAA) Takes Flight with Launch of Website

SP-RKA Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair Sun (Buzz) Transferred to Ryanair UK

Turkish Airlines launches new Dublin to Antalya route for Summer 21

Aircraft Update:

G-RUKB Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44690 Ryanair UK Registered at London Stansted 10/03/21 on transfer ex SP-RKA.

LN-LNN Boeing 787-9 c/n 38891 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Oslo-Bernardino 16/03/21 to become OE-ITQ.

VT-IHL Airbus A320-232 c/n 2626 IndiGo Airlines Ferried Delhi-Doha-Istanbul-Ireland West Airport Knock 15-16/03/21 for part-out & scrap.

VQ-BZJ Boeing 777-36N c/n 32787 GECAS Ferried Dubai-Victorville 01/03/21 ex A6-EBJ.

Global Aviation News:

JetBlue and CommonPass Begin Launch of Digital Health Pass with Boston Customers Bound For Aruba
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The Big Interview: Sir Tim Clark, President, Emirates
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Transavia France to open first Swedish route
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Tui predicts package holidays to be ‘more akin to normal’ this year
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US airlines see routes, traffic returning this spring
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United CEO Kirby: Corporate, International Travel Will Rebound Strongly
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United Airlines Holdings, Inc.’s (UAL) CEO Scott Kirby Presents at JPMorgan 2021 Industrials Conference (Transcript)
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US airlines optimistic about rebuilding networks
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Vallair places its final B737-400 freighter with Malaysian operator, M Jets International
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Vanterra Capital Anchors Aviation Leasing Platform
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Irish Aviation News:

Airbus, Boeing to battle for multi-billion dollar Qantas order – CEO Alan Joyce
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Aircraft Leasing Has a New Godfather With AerCap Pouncing on GE
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Irish aviation company Alliance Jet announces expansion to Europe after obtaining International Maltese Air Operator’s Certificate
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Ireland’s tourism sector will bounce back, minister tells US travel leaders
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New Book – Air, Sea and Land Memories – a pilot revisits
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NTA behind proposal to bring rail link to Shannon Airport
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce: Governments ‘to insist’ on vaccines for flying
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Ryanair to launch new Niš service
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Tweet Picks:

@McWhirterAlex Seemingly A380 remains safe at BA.  Quoted by @Independent   BA’s CEO Sean Doyle says “the A380 is in our plans for the future rebuild of the airline.” @AA380fanclub.

@PaulByrne66 Business travel is not transactional-it’s about relationships, it’s about human nature and that does not change because of the pandemic says @united CEO Scott Kirby who fully expects business travel to rebound strongly #CAPALive.

@PaulByrne66 Post Covid Chinese booking behaviour has shifted by 11% towards economy from premium economy (80-91%), with a 10% shift to 59% of bookings 0-4 days pre-departure . @forwardkeys.

@PaulByrne66 Skywards goal is to make people think of @emirates when thinking about travel and earning points is a way to facilitate that travel. Our program is about earning more to travel better says Nejib Ben Khedher #CAPALive.

@PaulByrne66 The Lufthansa Group announced in early Mar-2021 that it was examining strategic options for Airplus and the international branch of its LSG Sky Chefs catering and hospitality operation, as well as a listing or partial sale of Lufthansa Technik @ctc_corptravel.

Video Picks:

Ryanair app now allows passengers to scan evidence of PCR test – CEO Eddie Wilson on Newstalk

Ready To Fly – Shai Weiss in conversation with Nick Cosgrove

Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary on aviation and travel trends in 2021

Sun Country Airlines CEO: We’re well-positioned to take advantage of the travel recovery

There’s ‘a lot of pent-up demand’ for travel: Hawaiian Airlines CEO Peter Ingram


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