Published on April 6th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/04/2021

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:

Aer Lingus operates Airbus A321LR CAA Proving Flight

ASL Airlines Group secures UK AOC to pursue growth opportunities

Neos takes delivery of two new Irish registered Boeing 737 MAX aircraft 

Aircraft Update:

EI-DIR Airbus A330-202 c/n 716 SASOF Aviation Ireland Ferried Cuamba-Castellón 04/04/21.

HL7776 Airbus A320-232 c/n 3641 Asiana Ferried Seoul-Taiyuan Wusu International-Almaty International-Istanbul-Shannon 02-04/04/21.

LN-NGD Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39049 Norwegian Ferried Oslo-Kemble 15/03/21 prior return to lessor.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus’s Faury Pushes for Coordinated Sustainability Efforts
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Air Canada and Transat A.T. Inc. Agree to Terminate Arrangement Agreement
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airBaltic announces direct flights from Tallinn to Munich
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Air Lease Corporation Announces Delivery of New Boeing 787-9 Aircraft to Air Premia
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Alaska Airlines officially joins oneworld
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American Airlines Repays Revolving Credit Facilities, Reduces Outstanding Debt by $2.8 Billion
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British Airways Backs ZeroAvia’s Plan For Hydrogen Airliner
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Cargojet Expands Relationship with Amazon
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CDC: Fully vaccinated people can travel in U.S. without tests or quarantines
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Corsair takes delivery of its first A330neo
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Delta, United, Alaska Expect to Break Even by April as Travel Recovery Picks Up Steam
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Downsizing Etihad changes its fleet path
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Emirates expands its US network with restart of flights to Orlando
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Scores The Mother Of ‘Buy Low, Sell High’ Deals
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Aircastle Posts 2020 Passive Foreign Investment Company (“PFIC”) Annual Information Statements to Website
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Business Person of the Month March 2021: Aengus Kelly, CEO AerCap
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Chambers outline long term recovery plan for Shannon Airport
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CityJet Chairman Pat Byrne: “Right Decision” Leaving 3 EU Nations Off Quarantine List
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Proposal for pathway to reopen the aviation sector
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Rescue 116 helicopter crash: European pilots call for report to be published without delay
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Ryanair secures Ljubljana slots
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Ryanair Strengthening Its Presence in Greece
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Alaska Airlines had positive operating cash flow in March, says CEO Minicucci. The carrier was one of three U.S. airlines that forecast potentially breakeven cash burn by end-March. This does not mean profitability that remains a way off.

@ByERussell Cape Air orders 10 more Tecnam P2012 Travellers as it continues to retire its Cessna 402s, writes  @jmhdinger.

@ByERussell ICYMI: Long-time alliance holdout Alaska Airlines joined Oneworld yesterday, expanding its global reach and adding forecasted incremental revenue to its bottom line. $ALK.

@ByERussell United Airlines marks recovery turning point with plans to hire 300 pilots. $UAL.

@ByERussell “The time is now. If you look, the vaccine is unlocking the demand, and you’re seeing it everywhere,” Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle told @NirajC on the airline’s IPO. $ULCC.

Video Picks:

Airlines and travel industry see uptick: ‘Numbers keep rising week over week,’ says The Points Guy

Aviation StraightTalk Live with Airbus CEO, Guillaume Faury

A world of possibilities: Alaska Airlines officially joins oneworld

CDC says fully-vaccinated people can travel with no tests or quarantines

Connection between stimulus and record travel booking: Hopper CEO Frederic Lalonde


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