Published on June 21st, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/06/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Tech Debt: The often-ignored gap in the digital value chain 

Certificate Program Aircraft Pre-Purchase Inspection / Sales Assistance  

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:

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

2-JXCY Boeing 737-8 c/n 44862 GECAS Ferried Bombay-Delhi-Dubai-Shannon-Bangor-Victorville 02-03/06/21 ex VT-JXC.

2-JXDW Boeing 737-8 c/n 43558 GECAS Ferried Bombay-Delhi-Dubai-Shannon-Bangor-Victorville 02-03/06/21 ex VT-JXD.

Global Aviation News:

China Sets ‘Global 123’ Air Cargo Ambition
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Deucalion Aviation business officially launches under the ownership of SVP Global and EnTrust Global
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easyJet opens its new seasonal base at Faro airport to boost tourism in the region and the economy
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Emirates ramps up operations over summer to serve strong demand
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Europeans’ Travel Sentiment Skyrockets In View Of Vaccine Rollouts And Introduction Of EU Digital Covid Certificate
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Finnair flies to 70 destinations in the winter season
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Flyr AS has obtained an operating license from the Civil Aviation Authority
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Lufthansa enables fast check-in with digital vaccination certificate
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UAE-India to be world’s busiest air route over next 18 years: IATA
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus cancels most Croatia flights
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Aerospace veteran dedicates knighthood to thousands of workers past and present
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Aircastle Delivers the First of Four A320neo Aircraft to Frontier Airlines
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BA’s CityFlyer services from Glasgow to George Best Belfast City Airport set to take off on 2nd August
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ITTN Supplier of the Week: Aer Lingus
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Easyjet adds 60,000 additional seats to existing routes from Belfast to Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow 
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Maples Group Assists SKY Leasing on Aircraft ABS Transaction
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New Ryanair Base At Turin Airport
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Number of passengers handled by Irish airports down 93% in Q1
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Parent of collapsed Stobart Air trying to place ATR fleet with other operators
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Pilot of the Airwaves – Captain Barry Lang

Ryanair tells Croatia Airlines to “do its homework”
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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho Air NZ says domestic capacity now at 90% of pre-COVID levels, and trans-Tasman at 70%. But no “meaningful recovery” expected for long-haul in FY22 (begins July 1), despite potential for long-haul markets to start opening progressively in 2nd half of FY22.

@AvWeekScho Cathay Pacific intends to be operating 30% of its pre-COVID passenger capacity by the fourth quarter of 2021. That is a fairly ambitious target given that it was only operating 3.5% in May.

@AvWeekScho Qantas Group is pulling in more aircraft to boost surging Australian domestic ops… adding four more E190s under Alliance Air agreement (to total of 18), while Jetstar is borrowing three A320s from Singapore-based Jetstar Asia (with six already on loan from Jetstar Japan).

@ByERussell “A 60-plus percent success rate — that seems a pretty reasonable success rate to me,” says @AilevonPacific’s Brad DiFiore of JetBlue’s pandemic routes. At least 23 are going away in the next few months.

Video Picks:

Airline CEOs: Governments making things up as they go along

Airlines in Philippines increase flights as domestic travel picks up

Archer co-CEOs on the unveiling of its electric aircraft

Conor McCarthy CEO Emerald Airlines – Part One

Dáil Éireann – Deputy Hildegarde Naughton- speech from 17 Jun 2021 Statements on Regional Airports and Aviation


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