Published on May 27th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/05/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insights – Airbus A321-200 Appraisal

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 May:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 24 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 24 May

North American Newsletter 24 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


G-ECOH DHC8-402 c/n 4221 Wilmington Trust Services Ferried Oslo Torp-Keflavik 28/04/21.

G-ECOI DHC8-402 c/n 4224 Donegal Q 400 Leasing Ferried North Bay-Goose Bay-Muskoka -North Bay-Keflavik-Wick-Toulouse 11-12/04/21.  

G-ECOK DHC8-402 c/n 4230 Chorus Aviation Capital Ferried Muskoka-Halifax 15/05/21 prior delivery to SkyAlps.  

Global Aviation News:

American Airlines Forecasts Pent-Up Business Demand Could Exceed Pre-Covid Levels Starting Next Year
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OAG: Western European capacity up nearly 600,000 seats 
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SAS starts new route from Luleå to London
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Seychelles pays $1 to acquire Etihad’s stake in its flag carrier
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Singapore Airlines Announces Relaunch of Los Angeles (LAX) – Tokyo (NRT) Flights
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UAE businessman acquires Adria brand
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United Expands Long-Haul Routes as Mainstay China Is Slow to Recover
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Virgin Australia Group updates short-haul international network
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Volotea Appoints New Chief Financial Officer
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What the region’s travel start-ups learned from the pandemic
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Wuhan airport sees record in passenger numbers since epidemic
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Irish Aviation News:

Aviation Regulator provides Irish drone industry with pathway to new markets
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Irish people booking sun holidays despite travel curbs, says Michael O’Leary
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JMC Group and Exeter Aerospace Announce Exclusive Supplier Agreement
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Large Scale Aerial Ecology Surveys of Irish Coastal Waters Set To Begin

Listening Squawk
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Lufthansa wins court fight against Frankfurt Hahn aid benefiting Ryanair
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Manna Aero gets operator certificate from IAA
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Non Essential Travel Guidance Relaxed by NI Executive
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Ryanair Holdings’ (RYAAY) CEO Michael O’Leary on Full Year 2021 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Squawk 7000 News – May 10th, 2021

Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Breeze Airways’ plan for success on overlooked routes with little competition? Trip costs, says Neeleman. “We experienced the power of trip costs in Brazil, as we built out a network of 118 cities [at Azul] and it really works.”

@ByERussell “If there’s only demand on a market for 110 or 120 seats, and we’re both filling up to that level, then we can make a 25% margin where somebody else would break even or lose money.”Q&A with David Neeleman on his new venture Breeze.

@ByERussell .@NorfolkAirport has never been a central airport on airlines’ map, but startup Breeze Airways sees an opportunity for a base, along with Charleston, New Orleans and Tampa.

@ByERussell “In a couple of years, all those people who said business travel is dead, they’re all dopes,” said Expedia Group Chairman Barry Diller. He expects an “explosion” of travel coming out of the pandemic, writes @CameronSperance.

@ByERussell With Spain’s decision to reopen to vaccinated travellers, United confirms plans to resume Newark-Barcelona and Newark-Madrid flights in July.

Video Picks:

JetBlue to begin transatlantic travel this summer

Jet2 CEO Steve Heapy: ‘I’m not giving up on any destinations yet’

Lufthansa sees surge in demand for transatlantic, Europe flights

Millions will travel over summer, fares will go up: Airline analyst

New airline Avelo is offering $19 fares from Burbank


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