Published on June 9th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/06/2021

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:

EI-FHN Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39046 Norwegian Air Shuttle AOC Ferried Budapest-Oslo 31/05/21 prior transfer and return to service to become LN-DYK.

EI-FVW Boeing 737-800 c/n 42282 Norwegian Air Shuttle AOC Ferried Stavanger-Copenhagen 01/06/21 prior transfer and return to service to become LN-ENT.

EI-GTV Boeing 737-800 c/n 63406 Silver Aircraft Leasing Ferried Basle-Shannon 04/06/21 in Ukraine International colours ex ES-MBE.

Global Aviation News:

Emirates restarts flights to Phuket with re-opening of island to international tourism
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Etihad signs agreement with the United Nations Volunteers programme
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EU travel rules are ‘incredibly over-politicized’, Wizz Air CEO says 
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Hifly: New technology reduces aircraft carbon emissions
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Lufthansa Cargo acquires another Boeing 777F
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New York Is Reawakening. It Just Needs Its Tourists Back 
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Nippon Express Belgium Launches New Service Using Liege and Ostend Airports
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Norwegian Air emerges from bankruptcy, reinvents itself as regional carrier
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Qatar Airways Expands U.S. network to 12 Destinations and Over 85 Weekly Flights
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Irish Aviation News:

Esken: Buyer of Its Stake in Stobart Air, Carlisle Lake District Airport Seeking Alternate Financing
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How two Irish businesses help maintain Ireland as a world leader in leasing
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IAA Comment Response Document UAS Geographical Zones Stakeholder Consultation
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Meet the man who made hundreds of millionaires: How Dubai Duty Free CEO Colm McLoughlin made history in Dubai
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Pilot of US Air Force jet flies over his native Longford to say hello
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NI Economy Minister launches next phase Tourism Recovery Action Plan
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O’Leary says Ryanair committed to continued growth & investment at Shannon Airport
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Ryanair doubling capacity to 1.3m seats per week in Europe but not expanding in State
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell United Airlines will resume @Dulles_Airport-Paris flights in July following France’s decision to reopen to vaccinated travellers or those with a negative PCR test on 9 July. $UAL.

@ByERussell United is scheduled to resume @Dulles_Airport -Paris flights with a high-J 767-300ER on July 1, per Cirium. Flights were suspended in March 2020.

@ByERussell United CEO Scott Kirby on whether LCCs will gain from the Covid-19 crisis: “This time, there’s not that much of this from the Big 3. I don’t think any of us are going to shrink domestically.”

@ByERussell “We also have a big tail wind to come of gauge increases,” says United CEO Kirby on fleet. The airline is due to take delivery of 40 Maxes in 2022 and another 54 in 2023, under a deal reached in March.

@ByERussell “We are not considering in any way, shape or form, any sale of any of our assets at this point in time,” LATAM Airlines CEO Roberto Alvo said of Azul’s overtures to buy its Brazilian business. @business.

Video Picks:

Qatar Airways CEO Al Baker: Ryanair Forced Landing Incident “Should Have Never Happened”

PwC: Bring your shades, the future looks bright for the travel sector

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary says prices could rise later this year as travel restrictions ease

Spain Expects at Least 50% of 2019 Tourism Numbers This Summer

The man in the business of making millionaires: Meet Dubai Duty Free CEO Colm McLoughlin


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