Published on July 29th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/07/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Engine Lease Management

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:

N7945 Airbus A320-251N c/n 7945 AerCap Ferried Goodyear-Amarillo International  23/07/21 ex XA-NEO.

VQ-BOP Airbus A320-214 c/n 8994 GECAS Ferried Mojave-Tuscan-Bogotá 23/07/21 for Avianca Colombia ex HK-5319.

9H-VUB Boeing 737-8-200 c/n 65877 Malta Air Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 27/07/21.

9H-VUF Boeing 737-8-200 c/n 65082 Malta Air Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 22/07/21.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada Announces Proposed Private Offering of Senior Secured Notes
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Brisbane airport CEO: “international aviation sector may well leave Australia behind”
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Lufthansa Cargo markets freight capacities of Eurowings Discover
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Qatar Airways ready to buy Boeing, Airbus freighters – CEO
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Senegal introduced by Tui for winter 2022-23
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Sino Jet Expands Footprint in Fast Growing Business Jets Market in China
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Tampa targets Heathrow route
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The industry must work together as a family – China Eastern Airlines Chairman Liu Shaoyong
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The pubs, parks and places that make Manchester a plane spotter’s paradise
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Turkish Airlines to add Cebu, the Philippines, to its list of destinations
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United Adding Supersonic Speeds with New Agreement to Buy Aircraft from Boom Supersonic
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Wright International and Flair Airlines announce maintenance partnership
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Titan Airways close to having its Maltese AOC issued
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Irish Aviation News:

Air Canada to Restart Dublin to Toronto in Early August
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Avolon 2021 Second Quarter Results
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CEO: Enough room for Ryanair and Croatia Airlines in Zagreb
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Cork Airport to feature in new nationwide ad campaign to get us flying again 
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Delta to Resume flights to Dublin from 5th August
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Elix Aviation Creates New Asset Management Business
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Ireland West Airport chairman welcomes announcement of funding support for the aviation sector
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Ryanair prepared to launch domestic flights in Croatia
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Ryanair Reports Q1 Loss Of €273m As Easter Travel Cancelled Vaccine Rollouts & EU Digital Covid Certs Drive Strong Booking Recovery Into Peak Summer 2021
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell On the fleet front, Aeromexico took delivery of 8 #737Max plus 4 737-800s in Q2 for a total of 118 aircraft — just 4 shy of the total in June 2019. With Aeromexico’s new lease deal, it will operate at least 42 Maxes in the next several years.

@ByERussell United Airlines was the third largest U.S. carrier by capacity to Europe in all of 2019. In the first 7 months of this year, it was the largest. Now, United sees room to grow and its potentially “best season ever” across the Atlantic in 2022. $UAL.

@MoCA_GoI Big Plans for Indian Aviation!  With the number of projects increasing every day, the Indian Aviation Industry is all set to soar higher. Under #UDAN, 100 airports are to be developed by 2024 to catapult regional connectivity and boost trade and tourism in India #SabUdenSabJuden.

@questCNN “By going electric, not only do you create a green aircraft, you also create a very affordable aircraft,” says the Founder & CEO of @heartaerospace. Anders Forslund joins QMB to discuss United’s purchase of 100 Heart aircraft and the sustainable future of the airline industry.  

@rschuur_aero Russian lessor GTLK has signed a letter of intent for 3 Ilyushin Il-114-300s for onward lease to Vologda Aviation Enterprise. Deliveries are planned in 2023.

Video Picks:

Dalton Philips of Dublin Airport Return of International travel

Dubai to Miami: Emirates completes maiden flight to Florida’s second-largest city

Pressure grows on Biden administration to ease travel restrictions

Revenues rebound at U.S. airlines American, Southwest

Ryanair CFO Neil Sorahan on earnings report, smaller-than-expected loss


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