Published on June 3rd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/06/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Redelivery Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 June

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 1 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 1 June

North American Newsletter 1 June

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:

9H-AIL Boeing 777-36N c/n 37704 Amedeo Registered at Lourdes 23/05/21 ex A6-ECL.

9H-AIT ATR72-212A(500) c/n 785 Nordic Aviation Capital Registered at Tallinn 03/05/21 ex OK-NFV.

9H-AIU ATR72-212A(500) c/n 789 Nordic Aviation Capital Registered at Tallinn 03/05/21 ex OK-NFU.

Global Aviation News:

‘Bubbles’ offer fresh hope for tourism sector
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Emirates restarts flights to Venice, ups services to Milan on back of quarantine free travel arrangement for passengers arriving in Italy
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Etihad Airways and Saudia solidify relationship with reciprocal earn and burn partnership
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Fitch Affirms Ratings on Leasing Subsidiaries of Chinese Banks
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Indian Aviation Is Changing More Quickly Due To The Pandemic
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International travel from China back to pre-Covid levels by 2023
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Moody’s upgrades outlook for global aviation industry to ‘positive’
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New Norwegian carrier appears eager to avoid Norwegian Air’s labor missteps
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Partnerships key to Dubai’s tourism revival, says tourism chief
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Philadelphia Airport announces a unique partnership with Heathrow Airport to collaborate on COVID-19 recovery
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Irish Aviation News:

Engine Lease Finance and Icelandair close spare LEAP-1B SLB
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Flight bookings pick up as Irish eye foreign holidays from September
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Galway Chamber CEO calls for multi-annual funding for regional airports including Knock
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Genesis and Heston Airlines announce the delivery of a second aircraft
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George Best Belfast City Airport announces incoming CEO
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Irish aircraft lessor Aergo Capital targets $2bn fleet by year end
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Italy’s Antitrust fines Ryanair €4.2 million for not refunding passengers
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Public RFT- Supply, installation and commissioning of a containerised breathing apparatus training facility at Casement Aerodrome
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Ryanair in Talks to Buy 100 Boeing 737 Max, CEO Tells Daily Mail
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Tweet Picks:

@eurocontrolDG .@Ryanair added 686 more flights yesterday compared to 2 weeks ago (+209%) – it operated over 1,000 flights for the first time since January and was Europe’s largest airline. Big scale up. 

@JetTipNet Last week (starting May 16), US passenger airlines carried 66% of pre-crisis passenger volume on 76% of the flights utilizing 89% of their fleet – it was the strongest COVID-era week for US pax airlines by most of the measures JetTip tracks.  

@jrobinsuk .@qatarairways Al Baker says the carrier has grounded its 10 A380s and “I don’t think there is a market for that aircraft in the near term”. Confirms it has taken impairments on five of the aircraft.

@jrobinsuk Qatar Airways’ Al Baker confirms the @boeing 737 Max aircraft it lent to Air Italy are not coming back: “No, we already swapped our order of 737s with Boeing. The [737 Max] aircraft we have at the moment are already being given back to their lessors”.

@jrobinsuk .@qatarairways Qatar’s Al Baker adds on #airbus A380: “In my opinion, looking backward it was the biggest mistake we [made] – to purchase A380s. Unfortunately with rising fuel prices and the mistake in the design we think it was a big mistake.”

@LeehamNews Al Baker calls A380 acquisition its biggest equipment mistake.

Video Picks:

H.E. Mr. Akbar Al Baker becomes Chairman of the Governing Board of oneworld Alliance

How two Irish businesses help maintain Ireland as a world leader in leasing

Interview with Nóirín Hegarty, Chair of the Recovery Oversight Group

JetBlue becomes first commercial airline to resume service at Worcester Regional Airport

KLM airlines to commence direct flights between Amsterdam and Mombasa


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