Published on April 7th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/04/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 April

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 April

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 6 April

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 6 April

North American Newsletter 6 April

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:

N293CL Airbus A320-214 c/n 2930 Carlyle Aviation Partners Ferried Lake City-Montreal 01/04/21 ex XA-EBA.

N351AV Airbus A319-115 c/n 3518 Avolon Aerospace Registered at Dothan 11/03/21 ex HC-CSA.

N346AV Airbus A319-115 c/n 3467 Avolon Aerospace Registered at Dothan 11/03/21 ex HC-CSB.

Global Aviation News:

Abu Dhabi updates ‘green list’ destinations, includes two new countries
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Austrian Airlines launches flights to Zaporizhzhia
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BAB Urges the UK and USA to Restart Transatlantic Travel in Open Letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson and President Biden
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Boeing and Alaska Airlines Finalize Order for 737 MAX Jets
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Bombardier Delivers 50th Global 7500
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British Airways adds additional price points on short-haul
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Emirates restarts transatlantic link between Milan and New York JFK
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Frontier Airlines I.P.O. Signals a Travel Industry Recovery
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Government Profits as American and Sun Country Repay CARES Act Loans
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Irish Aviation News:

Croatia Airlines to adapt and compete against Ryanair
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Derry council to ask UK government to fund airport
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Florida Looking Forward to Welcoming UK Holidaymakers When Aer Lingus Starts Direct Service in July
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GCC Aviation Sector Will Soar Once Again In A Post-Pandemic Future – Alan O’Mahony, Market Advisor, MENA, at Enterprise Ireland
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Ireland West Airport hampered by €10m. matched funding stipulation
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Ryanair unveils summer network expansion
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A321 aircraft to Delta Air Lines
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‘Temporary’ Galway helipad will be in use for another 12 months
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Tweet Picks:

@AeronewsGlobal ICYMI / @flydubai  will resume @Boeing 737 MAX revenue flights on April 8th. Initially, 5 of flydubai’s 14 MAXs will return to service (four MAX 8 + one MAX 9), with the remaining 9 MAXs to return over the coming months.

@AeronewsGlobal @flydubai’s @Boeing 737 MAX aircraft will return to passenger service from April 8th. The first MAX flight will be from Dubai (@DXB) to Sialkot (SKT), Pakistan. The  @BoeingAirplanes  737 MAX will operate to other existing flydubai destinations from this date onwards.

@CAPA_Aviation Bees Airline Director General Yevhen Khainatsky stated the airline aims to commence regular operations by the end of Apr-2021, ahead of holidays in May-2021. The airline has received an operating licence and is seeking route approvals. #CAPANews.

@emirates Emirates’ first @Airbus A380 touched down at Terminal 1 in @KAIAirport  making it the first airline to operate the double-decker aircraft to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s latest aviation landmark.

@FlyingPhotog So this is really cool: Southwest is renaming its corporate headquarters building to “The Herbert D Kelleher Building” and will feature an exhibit displaying the former offices of Herb and President Emeritus Colleen Barrett. #avgeek.

Video Picks:

Domestic demand quickly leads airline ticket prices higher

EUROCONTROL Stakeholder Forum on the air cargo industry

Everything Aviation Podcast – Paul McMahon Former President of the National Aeroclub of Ireland

Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle on why the company is going public now

Frank Discussions: Brad Tilden, Chair, Alaska Airlines Board of Directors


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