Published on July 9th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief -09/07/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

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

Certificate Program Aircraft Pre-Purchase Inspection / Sales Assistance 

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 July

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5 July

North American Newsletter 5 July

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:

EI-HGP Boeing 737-8-200 c/n 62330 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 07/06/21.

G-EILA Airbus A330-302 c/n 1106 Aer Lingus UK Registered at Dublin 06/07/21 ex EI-ELA.

OE-IOT Airbus A320-214 c/n 7792 Seraph Aviation Ferried Goodyear-Bangor-Keflavik-Perpignan 05-06/07/21 for Pakistan International ex XA-FUN.

Global Aviation News:

Air Montenegro sees strong start to operations
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AirAsia to take over Gojek’s business in Thailand
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Austrian Airlines reports strong demand for Greek travel, deploying Boeing 777 to Crete
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Deutsche Aircraft and H2FLY join forces to explore hydrogen powered flight
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El Al CISO: We took apart cyber systems of the 787 to determine whether they have points of failure 
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Eurowings is expanding its route network: New destinations from Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Stuttgart and Salzburg
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ITA Transportes Aéreos launched flights in Brazil
Read more: and Jet2holidays celebrate first flight from tenth UK base – Bristol Airport 
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Lufthansa Cargo deploys two Airbus A321s permanently converted into freighters
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Mitsubishi ponders restarting CRJ production
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Serbia targets China flights for H2 2022
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Gives 12 Month Tier Extension to AerClub Tiered Members
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ASL sees lift from cargo offset by passenger cuts due to Covid 
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Avolon Delivers One Airbus A330neo to Corsair
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British Airways commences Belfast City-Newquay service
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CarTrawler announces radical new operating model for post Covid-19 world as part of a €10m investment package
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Dublin Airport’s Flipping Book Whets Our Appetite for International Travel
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IATA Global Media Days Latest Travel Trends 7 July – IATA DG Willie Walsh
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Jockeys Emergency Fund Makes €50,000 Donation To Irish Community Air Ambulance Service
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Joint Committee on Transport and Communications requests that aviationsector must be included in Terms of Reference for Rapid Antigen Testing Working Group announced 
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Ryanair celebrates launch of biggest-ever Cyprus summer schedule: 6 new routes, 36 in total
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Delta Air Lines is acquiring 7 former LATAM A350s and 29 former Lion Air 737-900ERs, reports @jonostrower. $DAL.

@ByERussell Is the Canadian air travel recovery at hand? Air Canada and Porter Airlines certainly think so with the former resuming service to 11 long-haul destinations, and the latter setting a date to restart operations after an 18-month hiatus.

@ByERussell JetBlue has repaid in full a $750 million term loan that it borrowed in June 2020. The debt was backed by slots at DCA, JFK and LGA, and the airline’s intellectual property. $JBLU.

@ByERussell Qatar Airways has seen the number of bookings on its new partnership with Alaska Airlines quadruple from 300 a day in January as the carrier doubles down on its Oneworld partnerships, reports @munnikrishnan.

@ByERussell “We need to sharpen our pencil on how we compete in California.” Surprising it took Alaska Airlines five years from its Virgin America acquisition — a deal predicated on growing in California — to realize this.  

Video Picks:

Airbus A320 Cockpit into Dublin + Pilotlife at Aer Lingus

Airlines work to get back in the air as travel interest surges

Aviation StraightTalk Live with GE Aviation President and CEO John Slattery

Banmiller: The airline industry got caught flat-footed by the surprising spike in travel demand

Cowen airline analyst on post-summer sector outlook


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