Published on August 3rd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/08/2021

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 awarded UK AOC registers first Airbus A330  

ASL Aviation Group transfers Boeing 737-400(F) to Irish Subsidiary

EI-HGT Boeing 737-8-200 Delivered to Ryanair

Aircraft Update:

EI-GHK Embraer 190 c/n 19000218 SA Airlink Delivered Bydgoszcz-Hurghada-Nairobi-Johannesburg 26-27/07/21.

EI-JRD Boeing 737-4Y0(F) c/n 24917 ASL Airlines Ireland Air Test at Rzeszów 23/07/21 on transfer ex HA-KAD.

EI-LAX Airbus A330-202 c/n 269 Aer Lingus Ferried Shannon-Ireland West Airport Knock 30/07/21 for part-out & scrap.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada Launches Two New Connections to Florida and More Frequent Flights to Mexico and the Dominican Republic from Quebec City
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Air Lease Corporation Announces Lease Placement of Ten Airbus A320 Aircraft with Allegiant
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AirAsia abandoned by partners, learns hard lesson: Tony Fernandes
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Airlines and Airports Disagree over European Slot Rule Change
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Air Transat resumes flights 
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Air travel: vaccinations and confidence the key to recovery
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Airports in Europe Ask for Another Year of Looser Bond Terms
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American Airlines and JetSMART Sign Letter of Intent to Create the Broadest and Most Rewarding Network in the Americas
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Boeing Reports Second-Quarter Results
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British Airways adds extra seats between the USA, EU and UK to reunite families as bookings surge by 95%
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings N.V. Reports Financial Results for the Second Quarter 2021
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Aer Lingus owner IAG plans to ramp up summer flight schedules
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Commission for Aviation Regulation Responses Received to Dublin Airport’s White Paper
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Confusion and Lost Business due to Non-alignment of Travel Regulations across Island of Ireland
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First Malta Air “Gamechanger” Boeing 737-8200 Lands In Malta
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Flights on Dublin/Isle of Man route may resume with Emerald Airlines 
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Reopening vital for Ireland’s aviation industry – Fine Gael MEP Colm Markey
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Ryanair blocked at Tuzla Airport over Wizz Air
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SMBC Aviation Capital joins Aviation Coalition that jointly donates $400K to support COVID-19 vaccination in 92 Countries
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Tweet Picks:

@AvionicsGlobal Archer is estimating its air taxi service will cost around $3.30 per seat-mile at launch.

@ByERussell Listening to European discounter Wizz Air’s results: the carrier anticipates flying 100% of 2019 capacity in August. This is striking considering Ryanair, for all its growth bravado, will be at only roughly 2/3rds of its 2019 capacity during the same month.

@ByERussell “We will be the first major European airline that will be fully recovered,” says Wizz CEO József Váradi.

@eurocontrolDG July had 65% of 2019 levels across the network – just exceeded our best case scenario!! Let’s see how August works out. Looking good .

@lesliejosephs JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes tells @CNBCClosingBell that daily bookings have doubled since the U.K. announced it’ll allow vaccinated travellers from the U.S. to visit without quarantining. $JBLU.

Video Picks:

A look inside Dublin’s Rescue 116 helicopter

Air France-KLM Eyes Return to Profitability, Business Travel

Airbus lifts full-year guidance after strong set of results

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

Billionaire Jhunjhunwala ‘Bullish’ on India Stocks, Plans Budget Carrier 


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