Published on June 15th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/06/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Capgemini Engineering Chooses SPARTA Enterprise Asset Management Software 

Certificate Program in Aircraft Redelivery Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 June

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 14 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 14 June

North American Newsletter 14 June

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Hungarian Air Force Airbus A319 visits Dublin Airport

Italian carrier Neos adds two new Irish registered Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to fleet

Second Airbus A330-300 arrives in Ireland West Airport Knock

Aircraft Update:

EI-GTO Airbus A320-232 c/n 6200 Standard Chartered Aviation Finance Ferried Tallinn-Shannon 12/06/21 ex ZS-SZG.

EI-GWF Airbus A330-323 I-Fly Delivered Chateauroux-Moscow Vnukovo 05/06/21 ex F-HPTP.

EI-MAA Airbus A330-243 c/n 854 Altitude Aviation Registered at Abu Dhabi 26/05/21 and Ferried Abu Dhabi-Singapore 04/06/21 ex A6-EYP. 

Global Aviation News:

Alaska Airlines, Qatar Airways advance codeshare plans
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Emirates restarts flights to Malta via Larnaca
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EU clears way for the EU Digital COVID Certificate
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French aeronautical players to fly 100 percent alternative fuel on single aisle aircraft end of 2021
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Hong Kong Airport Authority sets out ambitious, cargo-driven vision
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Milan Bergamo’s boost in reconnection, new routes and a new airline
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Montenegro’s new flag carrier launches operations, unveils plans
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Russia’s Smartavia to acquire 40 brand new Airbus A320neos and become a low-cost carrier
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Southwest Airlines guides for sequential improvement, expects breakeven June
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Wizz Air in talks over ‘aggressive expansion’ with new routes for Luton
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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon And Vertical Aerospace Announce World’s Largest eVtol Aircraft Order
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Cityjet Joint Venture carrier Air Antwerp ceases its activities
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Collapse of Stobart Air should be a wake-up call for Government
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Pilatus PC-24 demonstrator aircraft visits Cork Airport 
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DCU Learning from the masters: The road of recovery for Irish aviation Thursday, 24 June 1700-1800
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Fly Leasing Shareholders Approve Acquisition by Carlyle Aviation
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Ryanair seeks passenger feedback via new customer advisory panel
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Ryanair to double size of base at Rome Fiumicino
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Tweet Picks:

@AirbusInTheUS A Golden Delivery! This is one BIG 50th to celebrate! Seems like yesterday when we delivered the first @Delta #A220 (in October 2018) – and today we delivered their 50th A220 from our U.S. Manufacturing Facility in Alabama! A team from Delta joined us in Mobile for the occasion.

@ByERussell It happened. The TSA screened 2.03 million people yesterday (Friday) for the first time since March 2020. Still down a quarter from 2019 but a symbolic recovery threshold fallen.

@ByERussell Reuters reporting that United’s large narrowbody order will be split between Airbus and Boeing. $UAL.

@CAPA_Aviation Eamonn Brennan DG @eurocontrol: We don’t see North Atlantic operations returning before there is a deal between the UK and the US around July. Asia is not going to move until around Oct or Nov and Australian flight capacity may not return to normal until 2024. #CAPALive.

@CAPA_Aviation Eamonn Brennan Director General @eurocontrol: The EU Digital Certificate is ready to be rolled out. There is kind of a general acceptance that it won’t help long haul travel in the short term, but it will help intra-Europe travel in the latter half of July, Aug and Sep. #CAPALive.

Video Picks:

Air Lease executive chairman on his concerns about Boeing’s production issues

Digital green certificate discussion on VMTV Ireland AM

Hopes for international tourism: video interview with Tourism Ireland Niall Gibbons

UCC Global Speaker Series: May Conversation British Airways CEO Sean Doyle

United Airlines Bets on Supersonic Travel With $3 Billion Purchase of Boom Jets


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