Published on July 5th, 2021 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/07/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Lead Event Partner for Ishka+ India Briefing Virtual Conference 13 July

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:

Aer Lingus Airbus A321LR EI-LRF Delivered

First Ryanair Boeing 737-8-200 EI-HEN touches down in Dublin

Ryanair announces new Dublin to Agadir route

Aircraft Update:

A6-FMK Boeing 737-8 c/n 60981 FlyDubai Delivered Boeing Field-Shannon-Amman 30-06-02/07/21.

EI-HGO Boeing 737-8-200 c/n 65879 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 01/07/21.

G-DRTP Boeing 737-8AL c/n 39067 Jet2 Delivered Shannon-Leeds/Bradford 30/06/21 ex 2-TJFM.

Global Aviation News:

AEI to Provide 7 Additional Boeing 737-800SF Conversions to Aero Capital Solutions
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Air France Reveals The First New Features Of Its Long-Haul Flight Schedule For The 2021-2022 Winter Season
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Air Malta flies to Libya after seven-year absence
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ATSG Announces New President of Airline Subsidiary Omni Air International
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BLR Airport Inducted into Airports Council International Director General’s Roll of Excellence
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Boeing Says 777X Certification Target Remains Late 2023
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Delta’s A350 opportunistic acquisitions
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flypop confirms London Stansted as its UK airport base
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KLM’s Africa network restored to 2019 levels
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More Aircraft Return to Flying as European Summer Arrives
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Saudi Arabia Weighs Launch of New ‘National’ Airline
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United Adds 270 Boeing and Airbus Aircraft to Fleet, Largest Order in Airline’s History and Biggest by a Single Carrier in a Decade
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Extends AerClub Tier Status for Extra Year
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Aurigny to Start New Dublin route
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Azorra Welcomes Claudia Ziemer establishes Dublin office
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Blackbird Capital II LLC closes $745,000,000 Aircraft Secured Notes to Refinance Existing Warehouse Debt
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EasyJet Celebrates Launch of First Flights on New Summer Route from Belfast to Inverness
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“Eamon Ryan is too busy dithering on about cycle lanes!” – Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary Sees Capacity Almost Doubling on Vaccine Boost
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Vueling Airlines Takes Off from Belfast City Airport
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34% of Irish adults have short term travel plans
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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineGeeks Last week, Qatar Airways started discussions with the Mexican Tourism secretary, Mr. Miguel Torruco, who announced the intention to explore the feasibility of a new route between Doha and Mexico City via an intermediate stop in Milan, Italy.

@jonostrower In an extremely telling signal as the aviation industry continues its recovery, word on the street is Microsoft just reactivated business travel companywide. Microsoft was the number 8 U.S. corporate buyer of travel before the pandemic, spending $715 million on air travel.

@LeehamNews Finally! @Boeing appoints a commercial airline pilot to the Board of Directors. Stayce Harris is B747 pilot with 10k hrs in various 7-Series airplanes. Ex-United, also Lt. Gen in USAF reserves. Appointed to Bd’s aviation safety committee. Long overdue.

@PaulByrne66 Corporate Travel volumes could recover to 50% of 2019 level before the end of 2021 but beyond that, nobody knows says Derek Sabudin @CAPA  #CAPALive.

@PaulByrne66 I am cautiously optimistic about the future says @airasia Indonesia CEO Veranita Sinaga. We had load factors of 70% in Dec ’20 but recovery depends on neighbouring countries opening up #AviationFestAsia.

Video Picks:

American Airlines pilot on handling the surge in post-pandemic travel

Documentary on Richard Branson Founder of Virgin Group

EU Digital Covid Certificate (EU DCC), or Green Passport, except Ireland – July 1st 2021

Holiday travel boom may be too much for airlines to handle, says analyst

New Saudi airline to take aim at Emirates


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