Published on April 9th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/04/2021

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:

EI-ESN Boeing 737-8AS c/n 34991 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Tuscan-Bangor-Shannon 06/07-04/21.

EI-FXD ATR42-300F c/n 273  ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Shannon-Keflavik 07/04/21 on return to lessor.

LZ-DBH Airbus A319-111 c/n 3041 DAE Capital Registered at Lasham 03/04/21 ex G-EZBK.

N471BS Boeing 737-86J c/n 30499 iAero Airways Ferried Mojave-Bangor-Shannon-Tel Aviv 02-03/04/21 for cargo conversion ex 2-JMMF.

Global Aviation News:

Air France-KLM announces a plan of capital-strengthening measures
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Air Lease Corporation Announces Delivery of One New Airbus A330-900neo Aircraft to Delta Air Lines
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Are Alliances Back in Style?
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Airlines Ready to Put Green Shoots Behind for Permanent Recovery
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ATSG Delivers Third Boeing 767 Freighter to Raya Airways of Malaysia
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Bamboo Airways cleared for London launch
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British Airways partners with DO & CO and Feast Box for limited edition meal kit
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IndiGo adds domestic flights
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Inside the life of a Commercial Director – with Adrian Keating Air Transat
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JetBlue Reveals Plans to Reinvent What It’s Like to Fly in ‘Coach’ Across the Atlantic
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap: Strong Cash Recovery
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Air Corps could provide maritime search-and-rescue service for east coast
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ASL Aviation Holdings Confirms New Financial Facility
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Avolon Ends First Quarter With $7bn of Total Liquidity
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Draft Decision on Coordination Parameters for Winter 2021 at Dublin Airport
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Fitch Affirms GE Capital at ‘BBB’/’F3’; Outlook Stable
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One in Five Irish Adults Plan to Travel in Next Three Months
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Responses to the Feedback Statement on ATAD ILR
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Restart plan needed if air travel to recover from Covid hit, says aviation regulator
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Walsh Takes the Helm at IATA
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Tweet Picks:

@AerCapNV We’re excited to see MSN 10473 on the assembly line in Mobile, Alabama, AerCap’s first @Airbus  #A320neo to be built at this facility. The aircraft will go on operating lease to @SpiritAirlines. @AirbusInTheUS #WeAreAerCap #AirbusA320 #AVGeek #AircraftLeasing #AviationFinance.

@Airbus We wrapped up March 2021 with 28 new orders including 20 for the #A220-300. 72 aircraft were also delivered last month to 34 customers (four A220, 60 #A320 Family and eight #A350) bringing the total deliveries to 125 in Q1-2021.  

@A350_Production We are hearing reports coming out of Brazil that @LATAM_BRA  will retire its entire #A350 fleet, just over 5 years after taking delivery of their first aircraft.

@jonostrower Enormous win for Boeing & GE as Southwest sticks with the 737, confirming  @theaircurrent’s reporting & buying 100 more 737 Max aircraft, with 155 options. With conversions, the airline now has 200 150-seat 737 Max 7s on order. It’s been an incredible saga to get to this point.

@juhahelsinki We at @VirginAtlantic  strongly believe that we have safe, data driven framework mechanism outlined to reopen one of world’s biggest air travel corridors between US and UK.  @BritAmBusiness in the forefront of that aligned support #cooperation #restart.

Video Picks:

Air Canada, Air Transat cancel takeover deal

Bulls fly with JetBlue

Etihad New Safety Video

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