Published on July 21st, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/07/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 July

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20 July:

North American Newsletter 20 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:

D-AEUA Airbus A321-211 c/n 1988 Lufthansa Technik Ferried Shannon-Lasham 15/07/21 prior cargo conversion.  

N841SY Boeing 737-8JP c/n 40865 Sun Country Airlines Registered at Kaunas 15/07/21 ex EI-FHP.  

OE-ISW Airbus A320-232 c/n 4323 JLPS Leasing Stella Registered at Budapest 16/07/21 ex HA-LWT.

Global Aviation News:

Allegiant’s Melbourne flights are ‘use-it-or-lose-it’ scenario for future growth
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Armenian state fund and Air Arabia to launch Armenian low cost airline
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British Airways sees increase in demand following quarantine loosening
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Chinese domestic aviation returns to pre-epidemic level: CAAC
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Croatia Airlines reaches 29% of pre-pandemic traffic
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Delta posts first profit since 2019 thanks to federal aid, improving revenue as travellers return
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Emirates celebrates three decades of service to Lebanon
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Government of Canada announces easing of border measures for fully vaccinated travellers
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Norse Atlantic plans feeder agreements to support point to point network: CEO

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Panasonic switches on XTS connectivity over ChinaRead more:

Irish Aviation News:

CPaT Announces New Contract with Irish Start-up carrier Emerald Airlines 
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CEO Interview with Ryanair DAC, CEO, Eddie Wilson
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Eastern Airways to Start New Southampton to Dublin Route from 19th July
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Emirates expect ‘tsunami’ of bookings as demand returns – Country Manager Enda Corneille
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Galway Airport to house film and TV studios
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IAA Welcomes Re-opening of Aviation as a Day of Hope
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Ryanair DAC CEO: ‘You can sell anything… if the price is right’
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Squawk 7000 – The Flying Poet

Summer getaways will shift to autumn as tourists cautiously return to the skies
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Looks like @united has added free inflight messaging — like at Delta — to its inflight connectivity offering on the 737 Max 8. #paxex.

@CAPA_Aviation .@IndiGo6E CCO William Boulter: There’s no change in our aircraft delivery schedule due to COVID-19. We are very much still on schedule, we have not delayed or deferred any aircraft orders from Airbus or ATR. #CAPALive.

@CAPA_Aviation .@lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr said the group “wants to be one of the first” to pay back rescue funds received from the German Federal Government, and hopes to be able to do so before the federal elections, 16-Sep-2021.

@MaxK_J With regards to United’s @boomaero commitment, @Delta sustainability MD Amelia DeLuca tells #FIAConnect: “we know it takes it takes 2x as much SAF to power a supersonic jet”… (1/3).

@MoCA_GoI Asia Pacific Flight Training (APFT) has recently entered into an agreement with @AAI_Official  to establish a Flight Training Organisation at Kalaburagi Airport in Karnataka. The facility will be set up on a Design, Build, Operate, Maintain and Transfer (DBOMT) basis.

Video Picks:

Business travel ‘has still not been where it needs to be’: Former airline CEO

IATA Global Media Days – Challenges of Restart: A conversation, 7 & 8 July 2021

MICE Conversations – Roger Dow, President & CEO, U.S. Travel Association

Portlaoise Flyer comes home

Travel prices are ‘absolutely’ lower than pre-pandemic levels, says ODIGEO CEO Dana Dunne


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