Published on July 16th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/07/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 July

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12 July

North American Newsletter 12 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:

ER-00007 Airbus A320-232 c/n 4757 FlyOne Delivered Shannon-Chișinău 14/07/21 ex OE-IEY.

OE-IVG Boeing 787-9 c/n 63321 AAA Max 2 Malta Ltd Registered at Mojave 07/07/21 ex G-CKWU.

9H-VUE Boeing 737-8-200 c/n 65876 Malta Air Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 14/07/21.

Global Aviation News:

Aircraft Lessors Look To Bulk Up in Wake of Covid
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AirAsia to raise up to RM1 billion through Proposed Rights Issue
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Air Serbia registers busiest month since December 2019
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Boeing Announces Second-Quarter Deliveries
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BOC Aviation Announces New Chief Risk Officer
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Breeze Airways issues RFP to serve international markets with A220s
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Delta to add Airbus, Boeing aircraft to fleet amid travel demand recovery
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Dubai Airports capacity to hit 90% of pre-virus levels by autumn
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KLM’s response to the European Commission’s Fitfor55 proposals (Green Deal)
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NetJets Pauses Light Jet Sales as Flight Demand Booms
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus UK gains operating certificate, with a limited range
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Air services to double at Shannon Airport
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COVID-19 Impact on EUROCONTROL Airports – Dublin Airport
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Disruptive Irish drone venture to displace 560,000 cars and vans 
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EU court rejects Ryanair’s challenge against state aid for Austrian Airlines
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Limerick Chamber ‘heartened’ by Tánaiste’s support for regional airport
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Milan Bergamo welcomes Ryanair’s Boeing 737 MAX 8-200
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Ryanair and Ryan at odds over Kerry-Dublin flights
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A320neo to Aeroflot
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Tweet Picks:

@Airbus_Endeavr Airbus CEO “All signs point to growth for the aviation sector after the coronavirus” (news in brief via @CAPA_Aviation).

@AvWeekScho IndiGo CCO Boulter says their A321XLRs will arrive from 2024 onward. They will open opportunities for non-stops from India to Europe and East Asia (eg Beijing, Japan, Seoul etc). While long-haul LCC doesn’t work with widebodies, that will change with the XLRs, he says #CAPALive

@ByERussell United’s aircraft spree isn’t over yet. The airline made a conditional commitment for 100 Heart Aerospace ES-19 electric aircraft that seat 19 passengers. Mesa will operate them. EIS target is 2026. $UAL.

@ByERussell Per the @MesaAirlines release, returning to U.S. cities that have lost air service — like Farmington, N.M. (289 miles from Denver) — will be one use for the ES-19s.

@CAPA_Aviation .@airasia Group CEO Tony Fernandes: We can see from Europe and the US that life is starting to go back to normal, but due to vaccine inequality we’re 5 months behind. I’m a big advocate of testing and newer technology and I think it is equally as important as vaccines. #CAPALive.

Video Picks:

Anyone travelling to Ireland from the UK after July 19 who is fully vaccinated will not need test or isolate

Digital covid certificate presentation by officials to Oireachtas Transport Committee

Hong Kong to Prioritize Singapore Travel Bubble in Reopening Plans

U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Pushed to Make Travel Easier Between U.S. and Europe

VFR Flight Over Dublin from Weston Airport N840CD


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