Published on June 29th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/06/2021

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 28 June

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 28 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 28 June

North American Newsletter 28 June

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Emirates appoints Eimear McDonald as new cargo manager for Ireland

Pilatus PC-24 visits Ireland on demonstration tour

Aircraft Update:

A6-FMM Boeing 737-8 c/n 60985 FlyDubai Delivered Boeing Field-Shannon-Amman 24-26/06/21.

EI-FCY ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1139 Stobart Air Ferried Dublin-Mönchengladbach 24/06/21 on return to lessor.

TF-ISJ Boeing 757-256 c/n 26249 Icelandair Ferried Roswell-Keflavik 23/06/21 ex EI-DUD.

Global Aviation News:

Budapest Airport re-establishes 25+ routes; welcomes return of another five carriers
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CALC received a Ba1 corporate family rating from Moody’s for the first time with a stable outlook
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Fly Play hf.: Eight-fold subscription in Fly Play hf.‘s share offering
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Lower costs key to Spirit’s Miami debut
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Lufthansa tentatively reinstates full US network from second half of July
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Milan Bergamo’s ready for America
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Modi govt plans over 100 routes for seaplane services: A look at its history & market in India
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Nayak and Vueling create JV maintenance company in Barcelona
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Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA – Conversion of New Capital Perpetual Bonds
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Irish Aviation News:

Aercap-GECAS could draw regulators towards leasing – lessor CEO
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Dublin Airport 2020 Regulatory Accounts – Commission for Aviation Regulation
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EirTrade Aviation Targets Americas Growth
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Evelyn O’Rourke reports on her visit to the new Dublin air traffic control tower

Loganair restores lost Stobart Air Aberdeen-Dublin link
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Nearly Half of Irish Want Autumn Holiday Abroad
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Northern Ireland Economy Minister Paul Frew announces £4.5m scheme to support NI’s air connectivity with GB
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Ryanair celebrates recovery of traffic to Portugal
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Sirius Aviation Capital acquires 10 mid life aircraft from BOC Aviation
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Squawk7000 Mr Blue Skies – Met Eireann and the GA Pilot

Tweet Picks:

@lesliejosephs “We don’t feel like we have enough airplanes for 2022 and 2023,” Kelly tells @SquawkStreet.

@LondonAirTravel British Airways is also leasing 86 weekly London Heathrow slots to Flybe for the winter 2021 season for use on routes to Aberdeen and Edinburgh.

@LondonAirTravel Gatwick is confident that British Airways will stay at the airport, at least for long haul.  CEO Stewart Wingate in The Sunday Times: “It’s very clear to us that BA’s full intention is to continue flying long-haul routes from Gatwick, probably with a fleet of 14 or 15 aircraft,”

@PaulSzoldra United CEO complains that the US military isn’t training enough pilots for airlines to poach.

@RAeSTimR IATA’s Willie Walsh name-checking Greece as a model in using a data-driven, AI approach to monitoring risk and safely opening up air travel and borders. #avgeek.

Video Picks:

Airlines slash flights and hike prices as travel demand surges

American Airlines to cut 1% of flights in July

FAA to award $8 billion in grants to airports around the country

Interview Conor McCarthy – Emerald Airlines – Part Two

It will be hard to restrict travel for people double-vaccinated against Covid, says professor


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