Published on June 25th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/06/2021

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:

N285SL Boeing 737-8JP c/n 42085 ICBC Financial Leasing Ferried Jinan-Guam 20/06/21 ex EI-FVM.

N470TN Boeing 737-800 c/n 42276 Bocomm Leasing Ferried Munich-Nursultan Nazarbayev International-Seoul-Xi’an Xianyang-Haikou Meilan International 17-19/06/21 ex EI-FVK.

OE-IWH Boeing 737-86J c/n 37745 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Tancredo Neves International-Amílcar Cabral International-Ostrava 22-23/06/21 ex PR-GZF.

Global Aviation News:

Delta Air Lines and Kenya Airways boost connectivity between United States and Africa
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Etihad Airways to commence service to Vienna
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Gulf Air Begins Operating Point to Point Flights Beyond Hub
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SKY express: Heraklion acquires its own network
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Spirit to make Miami debut with 30 routes
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Summer 2022: Seven additional long-haul tourist connections from Frankfurt and Munich
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State to support Air Serbia as Etihad continues divestments
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SVPGlobal and EnTrust Global Complete Acquisition of DVB Bank’s Aviation Investment and Asset Management Business
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Wizz Air is Europe’s greenest airline, says JP Morgan
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Explores Early Start Of New Regional Operator’s Services
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Apollo Funds and Merx Aviation Complete Closing of MAPS 2021-1 Aircraft ABS Issuance
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Belfast City Airport reports £16m hit from 2020 Covid catastrophe
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EU antitrust regulators to decide on AerCap’s $30 bln GE deal by 26 July 
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Irish Holidaymakers to Get Free PCR Tests
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Jackson Square Aviation Concludes Six Aircraft Deliveries with Transavia France
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Ryanair Takes Delivery Of 1st Boeing 737 “Gamechanger” Aircraft
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Statement on the Restoration of Regional Air Connectivity to Donegal and Kerry Airports
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Unlikely but possible: Walsh on IAG, British Airways split
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Alaska Airlines has raised its cash flow from operations forecast for Q2 by $100mn on “ongoing strength in demand” and affinity partner cash flows.  

@ByERussell Staff shortages are forcing American Airlines to pare some of its summer schedule, the latest sign that the U.S. travel recovery is outpacing the industry’s ability to keep up. $AAL.

@eurocontrolDG The last month has seen a pick-up for all passenger flights but especially in the low cost sector with @Ryanair up 35%, @wizzair  up 50% and @vueling up 64% over 2 weeks.

@lesliejosephs U.S. airlines’ debt load rose $58 billion/55% in 2020 and is set to peak at $172 billion this year ($5.5B in interest in 2021) according to Airlines for America. Their combined market cap is ~$126B.

@Lebeaucarnews With the EU recommending member countries open up to Americans visiting, the travel web site Hopper says Americans are ready to go. Hopper says “Bookings from the U.S to Europe on Hopper are up 99% compared to this time last month.”

Video Picks:

Aer Lingus CEO Lynn Embleton introductory statement to Oireachtas Transport Committee

American Airlines worker shortage leads to cancelled flights

ANA: Electric, Hydrogen-Powered Planes Are Key to Carbon Plan

Boeing’s 737 Max-10 maiden flight

ITTN #switchedon with Bill Byrne, Director of Global Sales & VP North America, Aer Lingus


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