Published on August 4th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/08/2021

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:

HA-FAY Boeing 737-429(F) c/n 25729 ASL Airlines Hungary Ferried Leipzig-Shannon 31/07/21 for ASL Airlines Ireland as EI-HAD.

SE-RRA Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39162 Aeromexico Delivered Shannon-Bangor-Mexico City 30/07/21 to become XA-OCB.

4X-ABT Airbus A320-232 c/n 6200 IsrAir Delivered Shannon-Tel Aviv 30/07/21 ex EI-GTO.

Global Aviation News:

British Airways and Partners Shortlisted for Governement Funding for Four Ground-Breaking Projects to Decarbonise Aviation
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Condor Airlines orders 16 A330-900s to replace its 767s
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Croatia Airlines posts €19.6 million loss in H1
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European Commission Approves Massive Aid Injection to Condor
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Eurowings Discover: Lufthansa’s newest alternative for airline growth
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EU Digital COVID Certificate: New Guidelines issued 
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ExpressJet Airlines Receives DOT Fitness Authority – Plans Restart in Q3
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HAECO Xiamen Completes First Boeing 737-800SF Cargo Conversion
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IndiGo urges Indian government to lift capacity caps 
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings NV (AER) Q2 2021 Earnings Call Transcript
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Aer Lingus’s remaining A350s listed against unidentified customers
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Avalon Successfully Reduces Price Of US$672 Million Term Loan B Facility
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Consultation on Ireland’s RP3 Performance Plan
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County Councillors back plans to lease part of Galway Airport to film group
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Dublin Airport North Runway Navaid Calibration
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NI Economy Minister Gordon Lyons discusses barriers to tourism recovery
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Ryanair has a plan to beat the COVID travel slump: fight climate taxes, buy more Boeing
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Air Canada is confident in its fleet to meet recovery demand but, “if [demand] does come back faster than we anticipate, we can go hunt planes,” says CEO Rousseau.  No plans to “unretire” the 79 aircraft Air Canada has retired.

@ByERussell “We are very fortunate in our ability to take advantage of the Covid-19 reset … We are looking at 20% annual growth in the next five years,” says Váradi. Wizz plans to operate ~500 aircraft by end-decade. It’s not Ryanair’s 600 aircraft by 2026 but it’s still a lot of growth.

@decfryan Very significant move in the LATAM market- Colombia is the diamond in this region #vivaairco.

@PaulByrne66 After 42 startup airlines in the last 18 months, there are at least 36 still to come in the next 12 to 24 months @CAPA.

@winglets747 ANA on August 1 starts flying with sugarcane-based entree containers in economy on international flights. These replace single use plastic dishes. This alone reduces disposable plastics on flights by 30%. That’s equivalent to 317 tons of plastic annually (pre-Covid flying).

Video Picks:

Boeing CEO David Calhoun: We’re on a good path to recovery

Emirates lands in Miami

GE CEO Larry Culp on Second-Quarter, Aviation Rebound, Inflation

Global Tourism Forum – Bodrum – Panel: Mobility and Travel Sector in Europe

Hawaiian Airlines sees steady booking improvement over the year


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