Published on May 24th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/05/2021

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:

Islamic Republic Of Iran Airbus A321-200 EP-IGD visits Dublin Airport

Israir Airbus A320-200 operates Dublin charter flight series

2-EATA ATR72-600 Silver Airways delivered over Dublin Airport 

Aircraft Update:

LV-HQH Boeing 737-800 c/n 42278 Norwegian Air Argentina Ferried Ezeiza International-NAT-Las Palmas-Dublin  05-07/05/21 on return to lessor.

LV-IQZ Boeing 737-800 c/n 42086 Norwegian Air Argentina Ferried Ezeiza International-Natal-Las Palmas-Dublin 05-07/05/21 on return to lessor.

LV-ITK Boeing 737-800 c/n 42087 Norwegian Air Argentina Ferried Ezeiza International-Natal-Las Palmas-Dublin 05-07/05/21 on return to lessor.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing 787 Inventory Unwind Is A Bullish Sign
Read more:

Bordeaux Airport: 77 destinations offered in summer 2021
Read more:

Breeze Airways Announces Debut Service From 16 Cities Including Tampa Bay, Charleston, Norfolk and New Orleans; 95% of New Breeze Routes Are Without Existing Nonstop Service
Read more:

CargoAir to be First European Operator of Boeing 737-800SF 
Read more:

Delta works with NIKE, Inc. to donate $1 million in unused tickets
Read more:

Deutsche Lufthansa AG to suspend coupon payments on 2015 hybrid bond
Read more:

EASA publishes results of first EU study on citizens’ acceptance of Urban Air Mobility
Read more:

Emirates and flydubai build on Dubai’s connectivity with more choices for travellers since reactivation of strategic partnership
Read more:

Irish Aviation News:

AFTA Chosen As EASA SPO Operator For Green Rebel Marine Group
Read more:

New €30 million travel tech fund lands in Dublin
Read more:

PLAY to receive first A321neos from May ahead of June launch plans Dublin route 
Read more:

Ryanair to resume Shannon Airport operations
Read more:

Ryanair will operate two new flights from Slovakia
Read more:

Sirius Aviation Capital Acquires 5 Aircraft from BOC Aviation
Read more:

Six West and Technical Flight Solutions Sign Partnership
Read more:

SMBC Aviation delivers two Airbus A320neo to S7
Read more:

Squawk 7000 – Flying the Queens of the Skies from DC3 to B747

Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Alaska CEO Ben Minicucci sounds bullish on the return of business travel, wonder if they expect more than 50% to return by year-end now.  

@ByERussell Lufthansa reports that bookings for flights to New York, Miami and Los Angeles increased 300% in the past two weeks (no base given) following the relaxation of German entry rules.

@DawnGilbertson Another reason not to put off buying those summer airline tickets: @SouthwestAir this morning reports continued brisk demand and says ticket prices in June are approaching June 2019 levels.

@GEAviation Milestone moment. Cheering megaphone Congratulations @united  for being the first GEnx-1B operator to reach 2 million engine flight hours. Clapping hands sign  We are honored to help power your success!.

@kylelarnold .@southwestair says it expects to be back at break even June. That’s after losing $6 million a day in April. Should now be $1 to $3 million a day in losses for the 2Q.

Video Picks:

Delta CEO on the “gangbusters” U.S. summer travel season ahead

Ryanair Has Seen Strong Rebound in Forward Bookings: CEO Michael O’Leary

Southwest Airlines adding more flights to Hawaii from Sky Harbor Airport

Why Moody’s Raised Global Airline Outlook to ‘Positive’

Willie Walsh evidence to Oireachtas Transport Committee May 19 2021


About the Author

Comments are closed.

Back to Top ↑