Published on June 1st, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/06/2021

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

Aircraft Update:

EC-MIG Boeing 787-8 c/n 36412 Air Europa Ferried Ciudad Real-Dublin 31/05/21 after storage.

LZ-DAD Boeing 737-86J c/n 37740 DAE Capital Ferried Amman-Istanbul 17/05/21 ex TC-IZE.

N92NB Embraer 190 c/n 19000092 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Tuscan-San Jose 28/04/21 prior delivery to Breeze Airways.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing’s dilemma in the 125-170 seat sector
Read more:

Breeze Airways – All New US Airline Launches with 13 Embraer Jets
Read more:

China set to launch world’s first in-flight 5G
Read more:

Croatia Airlines hires US firm to take on competition
Read more:

Dubai’s Emirates airline to play waiting game with its Airbus A380 aircraft, says Tim Clark
Read more:

Etihad’s Airbus A350-1000 is getting ready to make its debut
Read more:

FedEx Shows The Aviation Industry How To Go Green
Read more:

Flydubai to return furloughed staff to work from June, chief executive says
Read more:

Global Airline Group Says Politics, Not Science, Informs South America Border Restrictions
Read more:

Irish Aviation News:

Avolon Delivers One Airbus A321neo to Vietjet
Read more:

CDB Aviation Agrees First-Ever Lease for Two A330-300 P2F Aircraft with Mexico’s MasAir
Read more:

Belfast by blimp: Airship service to offer eco-friendly five-hour flights from Liverpool
Read more:

Esken Limited Update on proposed sale of Stobart Air and Carlisle Lake District Airport
Read more:

Falko confirms acquisition of an ATR72-600 from Avation
Read more:

Minister welcomes decision of International Civil Aviation Organisation to launch investigation into incident with Ryanair flight
Read more:

Ryanair plans sixteen new Zagreb routes and third A320
Read more:

Ryanair Issues €1.2Bn Eurobond At 0.875% Fixed For 5 Years
Read more:

Scheduled Ryanair flights to Liverpool, Luton and Stansted to resume on June 18 from Knock airport
Read more:

Shannon Airport could serve as Amazon hub — Tánaiste 
Read more:

Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “Premium products through this have outpaced domestic main cabin. As we continue to open the aperture to a wider and wider audience, we continue to get a lot of repeat business,” says Delta president Glen Hauenstein. $DAL.

@ByERussell Southwest Airlines is joining carriers expanding in Burbank, where start-up Avelo is based. New daily Burbank-Reno service begins July 4, per Diio. Burbank-SLC flights resume after a nearly year-long hiatus.

@ByERussell “We’re going to have to acquire more airplanes to be able to restore the rest of our route network.” Southwest can’t fly its full pre-pandemic schedule without more 737s after adding 17 new cities, CEO Gary Kelly told @kylelarnold . $LUV.

@ByERussell “There very well could be pent up business demand,” says American Airlines chief revenue officer Vasu Raja in response to a question over whether business demand could come back higher than 2019 levels. $AAL

@ByERussell “We could take out 777s if [demand] is not there, or we could use those to grow,” says American CFO Derek Kerr with the 25 787-9s that arrive from 2023-25. In other words, American will not immediately replace the A330s, 757s and 767s it retired in 2020. $AAL.

Video Picks:

Airbnb CEO: Travel activity is back to 2019 levels

Airbus sets ambitious production output target as recovery looms

Airlines ready to rebound as travel makes a comeback

Eoghan Corry on Resumption of international travel

Fmr. Spirit Airlines CEO: ‘Perfect time’ for low-fare carriers to launch, expand


About the Author

Comments are closed.

Back to Top ↑