Published on April 1st, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/04/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 March

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 March

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 March

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 March:

North American Newsletter 29 March

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Third Ethiopian Cargo Boeing 737-800SF transits Dublin on delivery

Unique Ilyushin Il-62M visits Shannon Airport

9H-AEO Airbus A320-214 Malta Medair visits Dublin Airport

Aircraft Update:

OE-IPX Airbus A350-941 c/n 245 Avolon Aerospace Registered at Teruel 23/03/21 ex ZS-SDD.

EI-GVH Airbus A330-243 c/n 456 I-Fly Delivered Dusseldorf-Tallinn 14/03/21 ex OE-ILX.

LN-DYT Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39048 Norwegian Ferried Oslo-Kemble 15/03/21 prior return to lessor.

LN-DYU Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39008 Norwegian Ferried Oslo-Kemble 15/03/21 prior return to lessor.

Global Aviation News:

AEI announces four B737-400SF freighter conversions for Aeronaves T.S.M.
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AirAsia Group Berhad Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2020 Financial Results
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Alexandre de Juniac: Time to reconnect the world – Director General and CEO, IATA
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Aviation Capital Group Announces Delivery of Sixth A320neo to Viva Air
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Emirates becomes first airline to operate A380 to Terminal 1 at Jeddah’s King Abdulaziz International Airport
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IATA New Research Backs Rapid Testing for Safe and Efficient Restart of Air Travel
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It’s business time – business travellers return to the skies in record numbers -Air New Zealand
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New Nonstop Routes from MCO Should Help Tourism Industry Rebound Faster
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Swedavia achieves world first as Net Zero CO2 operations are announced across its ten airports
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Irish Aviation News:

Belfast International Airport Receives Health Accreditation
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Belfast City Airport partners with Randox to launch on-site Covid testing centre
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Berenberg ups rating on Ryanair to ‘buy’
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CDB Aviation Reports Strong Activity Amid Headwinds
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Mid-West Chambers and Irish Hotels Federation prepare business case for a Multi-Annual, Fully-Funded Regional Air Access Recovery and Growth Plan for Regional Airports to aid their Recovery and Growth
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NHV Group Establishes Base At Cork Airport
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Ryanair to open Zagreb base, launch twelve routes
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Samsung Partners With Manna To Launch Drone Delivery Service To Irish Customers
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Björn Kjos new venture Norse Atlantic Airways wants to replicate Norwegian Air’s jettisoned long-haul, low-cost model. It has the planes, now all it needs are the permits, writes @munnikrishnan.

@ByERussell Including PDPs and other credits, Southwest’s cost per Max is ~$35mn, still a steep discount. h/t  @WandrMe.

@ByERussell Southwest Airlines orders 100 737 Max 7s, ending its flirtation with the Airbus A220 for its future fleet needs. $LUV.

@ByERussell Southwest says its 169 #737Max deliveries through 2026 will cost it $5.1B, or $30.2mn — well below the ~$100mn list price, or the ~$46mn appraised value for the 737-7. via @juliejohnsson @Schlangenstein.

@ByERussell This is a big win for Boeing, while Southwest certainly got a deep discount, an order for 100 737-7s is worth around $10B at list prices.

Video Picks:

TSA records highest passenger screenings in nearly a year

United CEO Scott Kirby on projections for the travel demand rebound

United Airlines adds 26 new nonstop routes during the summer

Vaccination passports Newstalk breakfast – Eoghan Corry

WestJet celebrates 25 years of connecting Canadians


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