Published on May 19th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/05/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation announces the launch of its Aircraft Values product

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 May

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17 May

North American Newsletter 17 May

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus re-instates Airbus A330 on Dublin Boston route three times weekly

First Airbus A330 lands in Ireland West Airport Knock

Former Irish Boeing 747-400s de-registered in Teruel

United Nations Boeing 767-300(ER) operates Beirut troop charter

Aircraft Update:

EI-FVK Boeing 737-800 c/n 42276 Gannat Aircraft Ltd Ferried Shannon-Munich.

EI-FVX Boeing 737-800 c/n 42090 Norwegian Air International  Ferried Budapest-Copenhagen 03/05/21 prior return to service.

EI-FVY Boeing 737-800 c/n 42092 Norwegian Air International Ferried Stavanger-Oslo 04/05/21 prior return to service.

Global Aviation News:

Chile’s JetSMART looks to first-time flyers for growth
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China slightly eases international flight suspension rules
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China unlikely to certify Boeing 737 MAX to fly again any time soon, analysts say
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Chorus Aviation announces three-year cargo charter services agreement with Purolator
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CMA CGM AIR CARGO expands its commercial offer by launching three new destinations
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Croatia Airlines begins work on “Post Covid Strategy” document
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Croatia’s ETF Airways to take delivery of first jet
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Ethiopian to add third freighter type with 767F
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Etihad Airways has ‘no plans’ to introduce premium economy
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap sees signs of growing confidence among airlines
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Public RFT – Irish Aviation Foundation CLG – Proposed Hangar Building and Associated Site Works at Irish Aviation Foundation
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Reports Emerald Airlines to continue regional PSO service
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Ryanair adds more Zagreb routes
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Squawk 7000 – Helimed92 Irish Community Air Ambulance

Stobart Air adds two new routes from Exeter to Dublin and Newquay Cornwall to Belfast
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Taking Care of Business – Enda Corneille Country Manager Ireland Emirates

Taoiseach called to reimburse Sligo Airport for safety works
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$1.2 billion loss if Ireland not opened to US, other visitors, say tourism bosses
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Tweet Picks:

@AeroimagesChris With all the Ryanair, Malta Air, and Buzz Air frames. It’s now known as Renton-Dublin Airport.

@CAPA_Aviation .@TravelDailyHQ China and @ChinaTravelNews CCO Joseph Wang: A total of 4.1 billion domestic trips will be made in China this year, up 42% from 2020, so domestic tourism will continue to grow in 2021 and 2022. #CAPALive.

@CAPA_Aviation .@TurkishAirlines Chief Cargo Officer Turhan Özen: Virtual integration of the value chain through digitalisation is the only way where the air cargo industry, in the long run, will sustain its value, or even enhance its value, to the final customers. #CAPALive.

@ChDadaPatil The Govt. of India’s #VandeBharatMission has been helping Indians come back home to their friends and family since the beginning of Covid19. Hats off to all aviation sector staff and Hon. Minister Hardeep Singh Puri Ji’s entire team for this continued success.

@Jamie_Freed Australia’s Rex hopes A$39 (US$30) fares lure passengers to Sydney-Melbourne route – and deputy chairman doesn’t deny some flights having just 20 passengers #CAPALive.

Video Picks:

Are Airline Stocks Headed To Pre-Pandemic Levels? Bill Baruch on CNBC

Aviation StraightTalk Live with British Airways CEO, Sean Doyle

Ryanair Holdings CEO Michael O’Leary on leisure travel rebound in Europe, Boeing management

United CEO Scott Kirby Sees ‘Light at End of Tunnel’


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