Published on May 6th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/05/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 May

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 May

North American Newsletter 4 May

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus operates Airbus A330-300 US Cargo charters

Moldovan carrier HiSky inaugures new Dublin Airport routes

Ryanair announces new Irish Greek connections for Summer 2021

Aircraft Update:

EI-HBC Canadair CRJ1000 c/n 19052 Hibernian Airways Registered at Valencia 29/04/21 on transfer ex EC-MNR.

G-TUKC Boeing 737-8FZ c/n 31713 TUI Airways Ferried Lasham-Norwich 29/04/21 for painting for Aeromexico ex EI-FHH.

N101NA Embraer 190 c/n 19000101 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Tuscan-San Jose 30/04/21 for Breeze Airways.

Global Aviation News:

Dixons Travel exit represents opportunity for InMotion brand, says WHSmith CEO
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IATA reiterates calls for countries to follow WHO advice on reopening
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Icelandair Looks To More MAX Deliveries, Strong Second Half
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JetBlue’s First Airbus A220-300 Featuring Incredible Comfort, Lower Operating Costs and Superior Performance Enters Scheduled Service
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JetBlue’s Founder Thinks You Need A Vacation – And He’s Launching A New Airline To Get You There
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Lufthansa Group pushes ahead with fleet modernization and purchases ten state-of-the-art long-haul aircraft
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Neos to begin scheduled New York flights
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Norwegian aims to fly 50 aircraft this year
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Transavia targets 80% capacity by Q3
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Irish Aviation News:

Aergo Capital announces the successful delivery of one (1) ATR72-500F aircraft
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Antigen testing could help open aviation, chief scientific advisor says
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International travel awaits if ‘dry run’ between Ireland and Britain is successful 
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Ireland ‘leading’ Europe in developing digital green cert for travelling between countries, Minister of State for eGovernment and public procurement Ossian Smyth says 
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Ireland should build ‘aviation corridor’ with US to help recovery,  Recover Ireland Aviation Group says 
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Jackson Square Aviation Announces Delivery of Three Airbus A320neo Aircraft to Frontier Airlines
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NAC delivers one Embraer E190 to Breeze Airways on lease
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Ryanair chief Wilson hopeful of ‘extended summer’
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Ryanair to relaunch at Billund Airport with 26 destinations
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Delta had 29 widebodies parked — though it no longer discloses them in quarterly financial filings — per a pilots update on April 15. That’s nearly 24% of the 122 widebodies it had at end-March.  

@ByERussell Fresh off a Q1 profit, SkyWest Airlines returns to hiring as It anticipates strong summer demand, via @munnikrishnan . $SKYW.

@ByERussell United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby is so optimistic about international travel reopening to those who have gotten their Covid-19 jabs, he is already planning to take his family to Europe on vacation. ICYMI.

@eoghancorry From @Eurocontrol #aviation: Slightly positive growth driven by increases in the Netherlands (+8%) and in Germany (+5%). Highest increases for KLM (+10%) and Pegasus (+9%) thanks to increases on domestic flows.

@IATA Kudos to @Ryanair & IAG aiming for 12.5% and 10% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) use by 2030. SAF is critical to our climate goals Earth globe but we need gov’t support to help build out this game-changing new industry.  

Video Picks:

Pfizer CEO Dr. Albert Bourla on Vaccine Rollout and Post-Pandemic Travel

Qantas to add 100 flights a week as international travel resumes

Top airlines analyst on Buffett’s reasoning for selling last year

Why it’s unlikely Southwest Airlines paid full price for Boeing 737 Max planes

Why this investor sees opportunities for long-term growth in airlines


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