Published on June 11th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/06/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Capgemini Engineering Chooses SPARTA Enterprise Asset Management Software 

Certificate Program in Aircraft Redelivery Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 June

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 9 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 9 June  

North American Newsletter 9 June

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Hungarian Air Force Airbus A319 visits Dublin Airport

Aircraft Update:

EI-RZC Boeing 737-8 c/n 62872 Neos Delivered Boeing Field-Glasgow-Milan Malpensa 08-09/06/21.

EI-RZD Boeing 737-8 c/n 43582 Neos Delivered Boeing Field-Glasgow-Milan Malpensa 08-09/06/21.

2-JXBZ Boeing 737-8 c/n 60703 GECAS Ferried Hyderabad-Delhi-Dubai-Shannon 09-10/06/21 ex VT-JXB.

Global Aviation News:

Alaskan Regional Airline Signs Launch Commitment for Airflow’s Hybrid-electric STOL  Aircraft 
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Emirates to launch a new service to Miami
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Pragusa.One to offer three-class product as it readies for launch
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Qantas Dangles Free Flights for People Who’ve Been Vaccinated
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Riga Airport Finishes Construction of Second Rapid-Exit Taxiway and Reconstruction of Part of the Runway
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Rosaviatsiya boss: Russia will need 700 new aircraft by 2030
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RSHP and CNADRI to design Terminal 4 at Bao’an International Airport in Shenzhen
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Support From Major Shareholders, The Governments of Denmark And Sweden, to Provide SAS With Access to a Credit Line Amounting to SEK 3.0 Billion
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Irish Aviation News:

Kelstar Aviation and Total Pilot Solutions Partnership
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Portugal warns Ryanair will face consequences for opposing TAP aid
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce just gave a masterclass in shaking money out of fearful state governments
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Republic now Europe’s most ‘disconnected state’, committee told
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Ryanair Launches Three New Routes And Increased Frequencies From Sofia This Summer
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Ryanair says first 737 MAX delivery delayed by FAA certification 
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Squawk 7000 News – May 24th, 2021

Tweet Picks:

@AlcockNews Launch order for the @airflowaero hybrid #eSTOL aircraft from regional airline @RavnAlaska which plans to take 50 from 2025. Operates from 200 feet so very flexible in terms of infrastructure.

@ByERussell “We are working with the FAA to complete the required certification deliverables necessary to obtain the Amended Type Certificate (ATC) for the 737-7,” a Boeing spokesperson said when asked when Southwest will take its first Max 7.

@ByERussell “With the great progress that’s been made in the US and the UK, you may actually see those markets opening up before the rest.” Qantas CEO suggests long-haul UK, US flights could resume first, with firm plans by July/August. h/t @crankyflier.

@ByERussell Wizz Air is “going for Italy,” which it sees as an “investible market.” The airline has moved 17 aircraft to new bases in Italy and plans more as it closes its domestic Norway operation.

@conorhumphries Looks like Ryanair’s first MAX might not turn up until the autumn. Two and a half years after it was first scheduled. Boeing’s relationship with biggest European customer not looking too hot.

Video Picks:

#SLAM69 94-0068 #USAF C-17A III Goes Sightseeing in Ireland (Irish ATC Recording)

Transatlantic connectivity to Ireland’s West Coast decimated by Covid

Travel industry analyst Henry Harteveldt answers questions on summer travel

TPS & Delta Airlines Announce Strategic Partnership

Transatlantic CEOs Press Conference June 2021


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