Published on July 1st, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/07/2021

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:

F-HUYA Boeing 737-8JP c/n 42271 Transavia France Delivered Dublin-Paris Orly 16/06/21 ex SE-RPC.

VP-CNV Airbus A330-302 c/n 623 Castlelake Registered at Ireland West Airport Knock 10/06/21 ex A7-AEA.

VP-CNW Airbus A330-302 c/n 659 Castlelake Registered at Ireland West Airport Knock 10/06/21 ex A7-AEC.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada considering Belgrade service
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Colombia: Viva, other airlines, position for fierce competition
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Emirates rolls out IATA Travel Pass on Dubai-Heathrow route
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Hong Kong’s Successful Implementation Service Acceptance Test (ISAT)
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Serbia seeks Shanghai, Beijing or Guangzhou flights
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STELIA Aerospace delivers the first A321XLR elements assembled on its sites in Méaulte and Rochefort

Success of Air France-KLM’s €800 million notes issue via two tranches
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Talks for resumption of SpiceJet MAX aircraft in India currently on hold
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Texel Air Orders Second 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter
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United CEO Scott Kirby complains that the US military isn’t training enough pilots for airlines to poach
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Irish Aviation News:

Irish Aviation Authority – Air Navigation Service Provider 2019 & 2020 Regulatory Accounts
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Irish travel to Australia ‘unlikely to open this year’ – Emirates Country Manager Enda Corneille
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Jackson Square Aviation Announces Delivery of Two Boeing 737-800 Aircraft to Sun Country Airlines
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New proposal seeks to designate Shannon as Ireland’s Green Airport
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Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary says bookings recovering strongly, calls for looser restrictions
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State to inject €20m into airports ahead of travel resumption
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Teesside Airport unveils major redevelopment as Ryanair launches inaugural service
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United Increase Schedule from Dublin
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Tweet Picks:

@aviator_aero Republic Airways is exploring an IPO by 3Q 2021.

@David_Slotnick United expects to generate positive pretax income in July for the first time since January 2020, the airline says in an SEC filing. (Deleted an earlier tweet which said “profit” instead of pretax income).

@FlyingHighRyan At 10,061 miles, Qantas is operating a rather long and rare one-off flight between Australia and the Caribbean.

@SeanM1997 Flybe have acquired 86 weekly slots at London Heathrow from British Airways – these are listed for a Dash-8 (78 seat) aircraft with Edinburgh listed with 50x weekly (5x daily) and Aberdeen listed with 36x weekly (3x daily flights).

@SpaethFlies EXCLUSIVE: @emirates #A380 to be retired will be MSN 7 – A6-EDF – built 2006. MSN 11 – A6-EDA – built 2008. MSN 23 – A6-EDG – built 2009. MSN 25 – A6-EDH – built 2010. MSN 77 – A6-EDP – built 2011. This was confirmed to me by Sir Tim Clark #avgeek.

Video Picks:

A6 Alliance marks 10 years by reaffirming commitment to the Single European Sky

Aviation StraightTalk Live with GE Aviation President and CEO, John Slattery

Eoghan Corry & John Barrett of Magic Vacations the Digital Covid Certificate

Malta and other countries added to Northern Ireland’s travel green list

Virgin Galactic gets FAA approval to fly customers into space


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