Published on July 27th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/07/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 26 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 26 :

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 26 July :

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 26 July

North American Newsletter 26 July

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus applies to US DoT to expand JetBlue code-share

First Lauda Europe Airbus A320 visits Belfast City Airport , Plans new London Stansted Base

Ryanair announces new Zagreb to Dublin winter connection

Aircraft Update:

EI-FDS Boeing 737-86N c/n 28595 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Lasham-Novosibirsk International 23/07/21 for cargo converison ex OK-TVD.

EI-GWN Boeing 737-8AL(F) c/n 35071 Macquarie AirFinance Ferried Shanghai-Nursultan Nazarbayev International-Toulouse-Francazal 20-21/07/21 ex HL8033.

OE-ILY Airbus A320-216 c/n 3679 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Ferried Guangzhou Baiyun International-Kula Lumpur 22/07/21 ex HS-ABH.

Global Aviation News:

Afrijet CEO looks forward to growth as pandemic restrictions ease
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British Airways Adds Interactive Map to Website with Details of Travel Restrictions and Entry Requirements
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Cape Air Prepares To Operate Eviation’s Alice Electric Commuter
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EasyJet launches 10 winter holiday routes
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Electrification, Automation Could Transform Regional Air Service
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EU Commission opens in-depth investigation into proposed acquisition of Air Europa by IAG
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Floatplane Operator Launches NYC-Boston Harbor Service
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Greece ‘most recovered’ European destination this summer
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IATA E-Commerce Monitor One year after the pandemic
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Imminent restart of flights to US ‘a fantasy’ warns Eurocontrol chief
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus welcomes British customers back as Ireland reopens
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AerDragon Announces Appointment of SVP Commercial
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Air Transat UK & Ireland boss wins promotion
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DAA Welcomes Passengers Back with New Campaign by Rothco
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Follow WHO guidance on cross-border travel – IATA DG Willie Walsh
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Global Crossing Airlines Signs for Fourth A320 Passenger Aircraft from Irish-based lessor Genesis
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Kerry Hoteliers Seek Government Commitment To PSO Support for Kerry Airport
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Loganair Teams Up with Derry City FC
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Ryanair releases ‘Covid recovery schedule’ for Scotland
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Air Canada expects by “September or October we’ll start to see some positive signs” in the business travel recovery, says Guillemette.As with Canada’s leisure travel recovery, business travel is several months (at least) behind the U.S. recovery.

@ByERussell Alaska will “temporarily” reactive 10 A320s to fly this fall/winter to meet demand, said Minicucci. These planes will be replaced with #737Max by 2023.

@ByERussell With new Max deliveries and the 10 reactivated A320s, Alaska could fly as much as 8% more capacity in Summer 2022 compared to 2019, said commercial chief Andrew Harrison. $ALK.

@ByERussell Southwest expects business travel back to ~50% of 2019 levels by end-Q3, says Nealon. $LUV.

@scottiebateman This entire situation is utterly ridiculous and means that U.K. pilots are now not eligible to fly European airlines based in U.K. without significant cost. A prime example would be the recent advert by LaudaAir for Luton based pilots who must have an EU license. #SortItShapps.

Video Picks:

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker on strong second-quarter earnings amid recovery

American Airlines to reduce debt by $15 billion by end of 2025

Aviation takes off – ITIC interview with DAA CEO, Dalton Philips

Emirates reveals flight path to travel recovery in Dubai amid COVID-19

Eurocontrol Summer traffic is recovering earlier and stronger than last year


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