Published on May 20th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/05/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation launches 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-GPN ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1300 Commuter Aircraft Leasing Ferried Toulouse-Francazal-Exeter-14/05/21 ex G-FBXC.

EI-GPO ATR72-212A(500) c/n 1315 Commuter Aircraft Leasing Ferried Toulouse-Francazal-Exeter 28/04/21 ex G-FBXD.

EI-GUK Boeing 737-82R c/n 40014 Flyr painted at Shannon 21/04/21 to become LN-FGA.

Global Aviation News:

Air Serbia To Increase Traffic Toward The Russian Federation
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Aviation Capital Group Announces Delivery of A321neo to Juneyao Airlines
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Aviation Capital Group Adds First A220 to its Portfolio
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AvAir Named No. 1 Parts Supplier Globally
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Boeing set to resume 737 Max deliveries, airlines start repairs after FAA approves electrical issue fix
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Budapest Airport aims for China cargo with dedicated facilities
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Cathay Sells Dollar Bonds as Investors See Aviation’s Prospects Improving
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China’s Dalian set for world’s largest offshore airport as Beijing tries to revive moribund northeast
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Vistara non-stop flights to US: The challenges and opportunities for the Tata-SIA airline
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings N.V. Reports Financial Results for the First Quarter 2021
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Aer Lingus Regional to Serve Cardiff from Belfast City Airport
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Air Canada Introduces Connecting Service to Hawaii from Dublin
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Aircastle Delivers the Second of Fifteen Embraer 195 E2 Aircraft to KLM Cityhopper
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ASL Announces Senior Group Appointment
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Aviation Update – Avolon CEO Domhnal Slattery – The Business RTE

Fireside Chat with Willie Walsh, IATA CEO And Director General Tuesday 25 May
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UK flights to US forecast to relaunch ‘by end of June’ – Eurocontrol DG Eamonn Brennan
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Tweet Picks:

@lesliejosephs Airline ticket spending shooting up from last year (before it turned negative w refunds/cancellations) but still down 25%+ from 2019, according to BofA report.

@lesliejosephs Low-cost airlines more upbeat but demand not back to normal. Allegiant Air pres: “Given our domestic leisure-focused business model, we are in a better position than other carriers to look beyond a month without hope and a prayer being part of the commentary.” $ALGT up 4%+ premkt.

@lesliejosephs Sun Country CEO Jude Bricker expects “stable volumes” from cargo business. Airline is another that flies Amazon’s air arm. Cargo revenue was $21.6M vs $127.6 total revenue for Q1 (started Amazon flights in May 2020) $SNCY.

@PlayAirlines We have Acquired our Air Operators Certificate from The Icelandic Transport Authority ICETRA. After long preparations, the certificate for our first Airbus A321NEO airplane TF-AEW has been signed. #flyPLAY #airbusA321.

@SPD_travels New |Cathay Pacific have scheduled 8 Hong Kong-Manchester flights between 24th Aug and 9th Sept with the A350. This is likely to be student traffic. Normal flights are slated to begin on 31st Oct, although obviously subject to change. Thanks to the aero network for highlighting.

Video Picks:

Aviation StraightTalk Live with Heathrow CEO, John Holland-Kaye

Calls to rename Dublin Airport after former Taoiseach Seán Lemass

EK2021: Emirates Fully Vaccinated Flight

Flying the Largest Airbus Twin – A350-1000 Qatar Airways

RDS Vision 2030: The Future of Sustainable Travel and Tourism


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