Published on July 19th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/07/2021

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-LRF Enters Revenue Service

Boeing delivers first Boeing 737-8-200 to Malta Air

Dublin and Cork Airports Launch New Television Commercial Aimed At Rekindling The Joy of Flying ‘Ready When You Are’:

Aircraft Update:

N432AX Boeing 767-323(F) c/n 27449 Omni Air International Delivered Tel Aviv-Shannon-Cincinnati 14-15/07/21 ex N389AA.

N506BC Boeing 777-212 c/n 30872 AlisCargo Airlines Delivered Victorville-Shannon 16/07/21 to become EI-GWB.

N840SY Boeing 737-8JP c/n 42084 Sun Country Airlines Delivered Paine Field-Minneapolis/Saint Paul 15/07/21 ex SE-RRV.

Global Aviation News:

AAIB Special Bulletin S1-2021 Boeing 787-8 G-ZBJB
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Airbus Soars Past Boeing by Showing Little Mercy to Struggling Customers
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Air Astana Returns To Profit In 1st Half 2021
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British Airways brings back on-board food sales
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Universal Hydrogen and Icelandair Group Sign LOI for Hydrogen-Powered Dash 8 Fleet to Eliminate Carbon Emissions
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Volotea plots capacity growth, signs Aegean codeshare
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WH Smith snaps up former Dixons Travel stores to expand InMotion chain in UK
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ZeroAvia Expands its Hydrogen-Electric Aviation program to 19-Seat Aircraft and Raises Additional $13 Million in Funding for Large Engine Development
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Green Skies Ahead as EU Digital Covid Certificates Land
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Dublin Airport set to begin slow climb back towards normality
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Eastern Airways to Start New Southampton to Dublin Route from 19th JulyRead more:

Irish Travel Agents Association welcome reopening of international travel on Monday 19th July
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Minister of State Naughton announces €23m in Covid19 funding for Irish Airports
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Northern Ireland Eases Quarantine Travel Rules from Amber List Countries 
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Ryanair DAC CEO: ‘trans Atlantic will be the big corridor that will open’ 
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July 19 ‘a day of hope’ for Ireland’s aviation sector, says IAARead more

SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Boeing 737-8 MAX to flydubai
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “We are also … creating upside flexibility to accelerate our capacity restoration in 2022 and beyond in a capital-disciplined manner,” says Delta CEO Ed Bastian. Notable comment considering how he long maintained a 3 year recovery timeline, or until 2023, for Delta. $DAL

@ByERussell “When you switch to electric, it suddenly becomes very viable to fly short routes,” says @heartaerospace  CEO Anders Forslund says on the @BBCNewshour. Speaking economics, he says an electric engine is much simpler and cheaper to operate than a jet or turboprop engine.

@ByERussell Delta Air Lines took a page out of its own playbook with dual deals for gently-used A350s and 737s, as it accelerates its recovery forecast. $DAL.

@CAPA_Aviation Angus Clarke, EVP Strategy @AirFranceKLM: We cannot get the A220 fast enough, I would say, even in the current context. We’re taking six before 31 December this year, and we’re taking up to 14 or 15 next year. #CAPALive.

@Gaussm A good exchange with the Ambassador of Canada @Kev_Rex about our Canadian built product Airbus A220. Currently @airBaltic is proud to be the largest operator in the world of the #Airbus A220-300.

Video Picks:

Airline asks executives to help load, unload baggage at airport

Airlines increase flights as domestic travel picks up

American Airlines second quarter numbers to be better than expected

Billionaire Richard Branson launches into space and says, ‘Its the experience of a lifetime’

Priceline CEO Brett Keller provides insight into travel trends for Americans this summer


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