Published on April 23rd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/04/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Whitepaper “Looking to the Future of Air Cargo in India”

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 April

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 April

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 April

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19 April

North American Newsletter 19 April:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Airbus A321LR EI-LRG Delivered

ASL Airlines Hungary Boeing 737-400(SF) Transferred to ASL Airlines Ireland

Return of the Boeing 737MAX to Dublin Airport

Aircraft Update:

N477TN Boeing 737-86N c/n 41258 Bocomm Leasing Ferried Dusseldorf-Yekaterinburg-Jinan 10-11/04/21 ex LN-RGD.

SE-RPX Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39022 Norwegian Air Sweden Ferried Copenhagen-Kemble 08/04/21 on return to lessor ex EI-GBF.

SE-RRH Boeing 737-8JP c/n 41139 Norwegian Air Sweden Ferried Copenhagen-Kemble 08/04/21 on return to lessor ex EI-GBH.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines beef up domestic summer schedules with big jets as international trips remain uncertain
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American Airlines says it will resume hiring pilots this fall as travel demand recovers
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Aviation Hops Towards A Recovery in Some Places But Global Airline Capacity Falls Again
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Jazeera Focuses on Post Pandemic Expansion
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SkyUp to enter UK market
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United CEO Calls an Inflection Point — For Real, This Time
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Wizz Air in talks with Zagreb Airport
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10 years of IAG Cargo operations
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Irish Aviation News:

ASG partners with Florida flight school to provide hour building solutions for our students
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Ryanair plans to operate flights from Cork Airport this summer
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Ryanair unveils 74 new Greek routes
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Stobart Air calls for long term aviation plan as it unveils new routes
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UK-US air travel ‘should lead’ re-opening of travel says British Airways CEO Sean Doyle
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‘Up and running by summer’: Digital Green Certificate supported by Irish Travel Agents Association
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Willie Walsh: Covid Travel Measures Shouldn’t Become Permanent
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Tweet Picks:

@IATA It’s now or never for the Single European Sky! We desperately need vital air traffic management reforms proposed by the @EU_Commission to be accepted to help rebuild the economy and cut emissions by 10%. #EUGreenDeal #WeAreAviation.

@jrobinsuk .@AirFrance KLM chief exec Ben Smith says the carrier hopes to operate at least 50% capacity this summer, although currently they “still have a relatively low level of activity.” Trend towards last-minute bookings means carrier is being “quick and flexible” with network planning.

@jrobinsuk .@easyJet chief exec expects majority of European countries to be placed on UK’s ‘green list’, allowing passengers to travel from May 17: “I would expect all major EU countries should be in that category.”

@jrobinsuk .@emirates  president Tim Clark raises further problems with @Boeing 777X delivery schedule, cites regulatory issues: “Already we’ve learnt that some of the systems have not met the EASA expectations and therefore they are going to need to be changed, so I’m told”.

@lesliejosephs United’s CEO expects fixes on 17 Boeing 737 MAX planes grounded for electrical issue to be “addressed and the planes back in service” by end of the month. $UAL $BA.

Video Picks:

IATA DG Willie Walsh on ‘outrageous’ cost of PCR test

Prime Time Green passports and hospitality Eoghan Corry & Liam Herrick

Qatar Airways CEO says Covid vaccines likely to be required for travel: ‘This will be the trend’

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary on future of post-COVID travel expects ‘record number’ of travellers in China for upcoming May holidays


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