Published on July 2nd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/07/2021

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:

OE-LNN Boeing 787-9 c/n 63317 BOC Aviation Registered at Shannon 28/06/21 ex G-CJWN.

OE-LNP Boeing 787-9 c/n 63318 BOC Aviation Registered at Shannon 28/06/21 ex G-CJWP.

OE-LNT Boeing 787-9 c/n 63320 BOC Aviation Registered at Shannon 28/06/21 ex G-CJWT.

OE-LNY Boeing 787-9 c/n 63346 BOC Aviation Registered at Shannon 28/06/21 ex SE-RXY.

Global Aviation News:

Allegiant Air Becomes Dulles International Airport’s Newest Airline
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ATSG Accelerates A321 Strategy, Acquires Feedstock for Conversion and Lease
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Cathay Pacific looks at ‘Amazon concept’, with customers encouraged to spend on goods, services and products through airline
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EasyJet CEO urges U.K. to further ease European travel restrictions in ‘a safe way’
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EU Commission opens in-depth investigation into proposed acquisition of Air Europa by IAG
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Qatar Airways and Alaska Airlines to Further Strengthen Partnership
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Rex Secures Two Additional Boeing 737-800NGs
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Singapore’s Budget Airline Sees Quick Recovery in Leisure Travel
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap chief Kelly on to a flyer with €160m stock bonus
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Aero Inspection Appoints Robert Zimmermann as Compliance Monitoring Manager
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Air Ambulance launches campaign to encourage agribusinesses to come on board
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Arralis’s stellar client base includes most of the top 10 aerospace companies in the world
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BCT Aviation Maintenance supporting TAP Express at Dublin 
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Covid-19 continues to impact travel to and from Ireland
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Eirtech Awarded Second ELT STC on Boeing 737-8200 
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Inflight Dublin selected by Cabo Verde Airlines for Wireless IFE
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Resumption of passenger flights at Ireland West Airport a welcome sign of brighter days
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Ryanair: Liquidity Set To Propel Stock Forward As Pandemic Restrictions Ease
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Tweet Picks:

@CRL_Airport Welcome to @Eurowings, the 10th Airline to operate flights to/from @CRL_Airport. As from now, the airline will run flights between #Brussels-Charleroi and #Pristina #Kosovo.

@dominicgates “Delta has been scouting for used, and parked, fleets of A350s and Next Generation 737 aircraft that have flooded back into the market with the global downturn.”

@lesliejosephs United unveils its biggest aircraft order ever: 200 Boeing MAXes, 70 Airbus A321neos. Seatback screens, more “premium” seats (extra legroom/1st class), and growth in coastal hubs. A clear shot at Delta in battle for high-paying passengers. $UAL $BA.

@lufthansaNews After 18 years the crane has arrived once again at @CorkAirport. Starting now, Lufthansa will be serving Cork from @Airport_FRA twice a week on Mondays and Fridays with a Bombardier CRJ-900.

@MaxK_J Crucially, @BoeingAirplanes’ component of the @united order includes a major commitment for the #737Max10 – 150 aircraft due from early 2023 – alongside 50 737-8s. It already held orders for 210 Max, including 87 -10s (+76 TBD), so new deal takes its total Max firm orders to 410.

@PaulByrne66 At @wizzair we are more encouraged to enter new markets/airports/regions and roll out what we are good at VS entering new market segments like business travel with more complexity & higher cost says Jozsef Varadi CEO #CAPALive.

Video Picks:

Aviation StraightTalk Live with ACI World DG, Luis Felipe de Oliveira

EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren on the easing of travel restrictions

FAA letter raises issues with Boeing 777-9 certification

HanETF launches Europe’s first global airline industry ETF

Howard Hastings: APD between Northern Ireland and Britain has to go


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