Published on June 22nd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/06/2021

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 21 June

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 21 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 21 June

North American Newsletter 21 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-HEZ Boeing 737-8-200 c/n 62312 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 18/06/21.

OE-IWE Boeing 737-8AS c/n 35552 ASL Airlines Belgium Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Novosibirsk-Shanghai 15-16/06/21 for cargo conversion ex EI-DPW.

TF-FIK Boeing 757-256 c/n 26254 Icelandair Ferried Lleida–Alguaire-Keflavik 18/06/21 after storage ex EI-ERF.

Global Aviation News:

Abu Dhabi’s Royal Jet will expand fleet by summer – if COVID-19 travel restrictions go
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airBaltic Launches Flights Between Riga and Naples
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Air Canada Inaugurates New Service from Montreal to Cairo, Egypt
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Air Arabia CEO: India-UAE travel is crucial for growth
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As Europe cracks the door open to visitors, airlines pounce with new trans-Atlantic flights
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A strategy session at 40,000 feet: How Southwest Airlines used the pandemic to outmaneuver the majors
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Boeing Completes Successful 737-10 First Flight
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Brussels Airlines sees strong surge in bookings
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Coordination can heal European fragmentation – IATA
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EU and US take decisive step to end aircraft dispute
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Irish Aviation News:

As An Eternal Optimist I am Hoping for a V-shaped Recovery, Paul Kelly Fáilte Ireland
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British Airways is in crisis. Can new boss Sean Doyle save it?
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Cork Airport prepares for take-off in December with major upgrades
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EasyJet and British Airways step to void left by collapse of Stobart Air
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First Irish aeroplane built by two Portlaoise brothers to come home
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Irish Ministers welcome 5 year suspension of tariffs in long running EU-US aircraft dispute
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Isle of Man Set to Reopen to Vaccinated Travellers from Ireland and UK
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Jackson Square Aviation Announces Delivery of Three Airbus A320neo Aircraft to Flynas
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Ryanair is launching new routes from Brussels South Charleroi to Essaouira (Morocco) and Paphos (Cyprus) for the 2021-2022 winter season
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Tweet Picks:

@airinsight . @BoeingAirplanes  seems to have resumed deliveries of the 787. On Thursday, @TurkishAirlines  took delivery of LN 1021, a 787-9.

@ByERussell Airbus hopes to “hit the defrost button” on Project Sunrise with Qantas “as soon as possible,” says Scherer. Project Sunrise was Qantas’ competition between Airbus and Boeing for an ultra long-range jet to fly nonstop from Sydney to London and New York.

@ByERussell Airbus maps production rate increases for A220 and A320s, says EVP programmes & services Philippe Mhun. A220 to 6/month by early 2022 from 5/month today. Target 14/month mid-2020s. A320neo to 45/month by year-end from 40/month today. Target 75/month in 2025.

@ByERussell Eurowings Discover will add A320s, in addition to pre-planned A330s, to its fleet by this winter, says Spohr. It’s beginning to sound more like Eurowings, except that Discover’s focus will be connectivity with Lufthansa in Frankfurt.

@ByERussell “Fleet renewal is the quickest, most feasible thing to do” to meet carbon targets, says KLM CEO Pieter Elbers.

Video Picks:

Air Ambulance VAT Refund

Air Peace Airlines Takes Delivery Of 3rd E195-E2 Aircraft

Benefits Of Overseas Travel In Europe – Bloomberg

China’s Domestic Travel Has Recovered Very Well: CEO

Delta CEO Ed Bastian: Leisure travel is back, corporate travel is lagging


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