Published on July 12th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/07/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

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

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-LRG Enters Revenue Service

Boeing Delivers fifth Boeing 737-8-200 to Ryanair DAC

EI-HEZ Boeing 737-8-200 Delivered to Ryanair

EI-HGO Boeing 737-8-200 Delivered to Ryanair

EI-HGP Boeing 737-8-200 Delivered to Ryanair

Aircraft Update:

N253GE Boeing 737-86N c/n 32689 GECAS Ferried Xiamen-Shanghai 15/06/21 for cargo conversion ex B-5039.

N470TN Boeing 737-800 c/n 42276 Bocomm Leasing Ferried Munich-Nursultan Nazarbayev International 17/06/21 ex EI-FJZ.

OE-IMY Airbus A320-232 c/n 3986 Avolon Aerospace Registered at San Bernardino 14/06/21 ex VH-VNK.

Global Aviation News:

Air freight rates: ‘a small imbalance of supply and demand can have a large impact’
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Airbus starts the assembly of its first A321XLR front fuselage
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Buckle up: Palestinian twins turn Boeing 707 into restaurant
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Canada’s Flair readies for US flights
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Dulles Airport’s Ambitious Expansion Continues With New United Concourse
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Emirates restarts passenger services to Mauritius, as the island-nation reopens to international tourists
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Eurowings expands its winter service to Northern Europe
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Finnair introduces nonstop long-haul flights from Stockholm for winter season 2021/2022
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18 months after delivery, Qatar Airways unveils Adient 787-9 cabin
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36 start-up airlines line up for take-off. Part 2: LatAm, AsiaPac
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Leased, Purchased and Sold 78 Aircraft in the Second Quarter 2021
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AL-Sharqiya Aviation to take delivery of first five-bladed Airbus H145 helicopter in the Middle East, leased from Milestone Aviation
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Avolon’s Credit Rating Outlook Improves To Stable

CSO Air and Sea Travel Statistics May 2021

Date Set for Quarantine-Free Visitors Between Ireland and Britain

Easing of travel restrictions welcomed by Belfast International Airport
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easyJet Launches Flights from Belfast City Airport to Gatwick
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Emerald Airlines Unveils Official Website
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Minister Ryan and Minister of State Naughton announce restoration of vital air connectivity to the Kerry and Donegal regions
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Round the World Flight Stops Off in Ireland
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Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary Calls Boeing 737 Max 8-200 Performance ‘Fantastic’
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Global domestic air traffic has recovered to 76% of pre-crisis levels in May, but international to just 15%, according to @IATA.

@ByERussell IATA expects the U.S. domestic air traffic to recover to 2019 levels by year-end, following China and Russia that have already recovered.

@ByERussell Worth noting that with United’s 270 plane order and plan to retire 200 50-seat RJs in the next few years, it will need a new concourse at Dulles to handle those planes — the Concourse A regional gates cannot handle larger aircraft.

@lesliejosephs Lack of coordination, uniformity causing confusion over digital health certificates, says @IATA director general Willie Walsh. Proof of vaccination/tests required for intl entry (where available) still can just be flash of piece of a paper.

@LHTechnik LHT goes LH2: Together with project partners @DLR_en, @ZALTechCenter and @HamburgAirport and funded by the city of #Hamburg, we will set up a development and test environment for future #MRO and ground ops on aircraft using liquid #hydrogen (LH2).  

Video Picks:

AvTalk Episode 118: A real aircraft order

Chaos in the airport? not likely Eoghan Corry & Alan Morrissey

Digital Covid Certificate on Newstalk Pat Kenny

Drone Delivery Startup Zipline Raises $250M

EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren EU airlines have had more financial support


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