Published on April 12th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/04/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

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:

Ethiopian Cargo operates Dublin Boeing 777 charter flight

PH-CKC Boeing 747-400F KLM Cargo operates Miami Horse Charter

UT Air Boeing 767-200 operates UNIFIL Troop Charter

Aircraft Update:

N285SL Boeing 737-8JP c/n 42085 Sky High Leasing Ferried Budapest-Muscat-Jinan 08-10/04/21 ex EI-FVN.

N767PR Boeing 767-323 c/n 24040 Spectre Air Capital Registered at Roswell ex EI-GEP.

OE-IFQ Airbus A320-232 c/n 3641 Shan Ireland Leasing Registered at Shannon 06/04/21 ex HL7776.

Global Aviation News:

Air Lease Corporation Announces Delivery of First of Five New Boeing 737-8 Aircraft to Belavia
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Air Transport Services Group, Inc. Announces Proposed Add-On Offering of Senior Notes
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Comparing three big air travel market recoveries
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Fiji Airways Announces Return to Service for Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft Following Regulatory Approval
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Frontier Airlines IPO Raises $570 Million at Low End
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Gulfstream’s G500/G600 Family Achieves Milestone
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Gulf Air is back at Singapore Changi Airport
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Indigo’s Revival Bid
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John Kim Retires as CFO of Cargojet
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Major breakthrough for air travel: IATA Travel Pass approved by authorities for entry into Singapore
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Leased, Purchased and Sold 70 Aircraft in the First Quarter 2021
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Aviation sector needs recovery plan – IALPA
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Double base opening as Ryanair expands in Croatia
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Disconnected: why have just two of the 12 recommendations of the state’s aviation recovery taskforce been adopted? [Paywall]
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Hundreds book tickets to fly in to Ireland before mandatory quarantine rules kick in
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Jameson opens Taste House store in Dublin Airport
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Ryanair says Air France bailout to damage competition for decades
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“The biggest support to aviation will be the restoration of safe travel” – Minister for Finance Pascal Donohoe 
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Avelo Airlines strategy of “building out connections that don’t exist by using convenient secondary airports” sounds similar to past failed start ups. The airline launches from Burbank with an initial bevy of 11 routes from April 28.

@ByERussell Makes sense for LATAM to streamline around the 767/787. They have more 787s in their fleet (22 v 10 A350s); the A350 was a legacy TAM order.

@HofmannAviation French leisure carrier Corsair has taken delivery of its first of five @Airbus A330-900. The aircraft is the first A330neo produced by Airbus to feature an increased maximum take-off weight of 251 tonnes.  

@jrobinsuk Aircraft are slowly slowly coming back into service, led by A320 and B737 family jets. Widebodies are lagging as long-haul remains grounded. according to @cirium data.

@jrobinsuk .@emirates president Tim Clark says Boeing’s 777 program is in “a state of disarray at the moment”, with deliveries up to five years late – possibly longer. “We should have had the first one in June last year, and so far we have no visibility on when it will arrive”.

Video Picks:

Avelo Airlines to start flights on April 28th, targets underserved markets

Booking CEO Glenn Fogel Says Travelers Need to Show They Are Safe to Fly

Emirates A380  EK2021 ‘ChooseToVaccinate’ Livery

FICCI Masterclass for Principals: India Aircraft Leasing

Frontier Airlines CEO Barry Biffle Sees Plenty of Demand for Leisure Travel


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