Published on June 8th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/06/2021

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:

Hungarian Air Force Airbus A319 visits Dublin Airport 

Aircraft Update:

EC-MIG Boeing 787-8 c/n 36412 Air Europa Ferried Ciudad Real-Dublin31/05/21 after storage.

EC-NMY Airbus A320-232 c/n 4008 Aura Airlines Ferried Castellon-Shannon-Halifax-Santo Domingo-Caracas 25-27/05/21 ex EI-GTS.

EI-FHE Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 35280 Norwegian Air Shuttle AOC Ferried Trondheim-Oslo 02/06/21 to become LN-NOD on transfer.

Global Aviation News:

Aeroflot reclaims leadership of the Russian market
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ASEAN, EU conclude the world’s first bloc-to-bloc Air Transport Agreement
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Bank of America says seats available from European airlines may reach 80% of 2019 levels
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‘Bubbles’ offer fresh hope for tourism sector
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CAPA Live: Air Lease Executive Chairman Steven Udvar-Házy
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EMEA’s Air Traffic Recovery Is Slower than Other Regions’
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Emirates chief hails Miami flights plan as vote of confidence in travel rebound
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NOAA, Boeing team up to test greenhouse gas-measuring technology
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Norse Atlantic Airways: Bjorn Again vs Son of Norwegian
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SWISS concludes Airbus A220 fleet renewal with 30th delivery
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Irish Aviation News:

ACIA Aero Leasing Completes Deliveries of Three ATR 72-600s, Facilitating Green Africa’s Takeoff
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Business Live Launches in NI With New Campaign at Belfast City Airport
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Charity-funded air ambulance facing €320k Vat bill because of Brexit

COVID-19 Impact on EUROCONTROL Member States – Ireland
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C-17’s ‘Sightseeing Tour’ Over Ireland That Drew Complaints from Locals Was Pre-Approved, Base Says
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Leading from 35,000 feet – treat your board as your best advisers Qantas CEO Alan Joyce
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Loganair restores Derry to Liverpool air link
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Managing Fleet Recoveries in a Pandemic, Ryanair Wins Again!
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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineFlyer .@BoeingAirplanes and @AlaskaAir teaming up for a new ecoDemonstrator to test 20 new technologies on a 737 MAX 9 “to enhance the safety and sustainability of air travel” over five months of test flights. It’ll be reconfigured for passenger service the test period. #AvGeek.

@ByERussell Delta shareholder CalPERS wants greater transparency of the airline’s climate lobbying objectives. It is supporting a shareholder initiative for just that that will be voted on at the airline’s annual meeting on June 17. $DAL.

@ByERussell Even with leisure flyers back at pre-pandemic levels, passenger traffic remains far off, according to Cowen analysts in a report today. Business travel recovery is not expected to accelerate until late Q3/early Q4.

@ByERussell “In the midst of every crisis lies great opportunity,” they say. Airline startups certainly got wind. In addition to new names in Europe and the U.S., Brazilian transport company Grupo Itapemirim will launch its new airline Itapemirim Transportes Aéreos (ITA) on June 29.

@ByERussell Interesting fleet bit from J.P. Morgan analyst meetings with United Airlines management. Could a large narrowbody order be in the offing for United? $UAL.

Video Picks:

Aer Lingus College Football Classic 2022

EU coordination on travel has ‘broken down’, Wizz Air CEO József Váradi says

Hilton CEO Christopher Nassetta on travel demand surge as the economy reopens

Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr: “Positive” transatlantic bubble to open soon

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


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