Published on August 9th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/09/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Engine Lease Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 August

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 August:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 August

North American Newsletter 4 August

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Air Canada resumes Dublin – Toronto route

Amapola Flyg launches Donegal-Dublin PSO route, Fokker’s Irish connection

Malta Air receives six Boeing 737-8-200 MAX aircraft: 

Aircraft Update:

EI-MAE Airbus A330-343 c/n 964 Altavair AirFinance Ferried Guangzhou-Dresden 06/08/21 for P2F converison for MasAir ex  B-6501.

HL8397 Boeing 737-86N c/n 36809 FlyGangwon Delivered Ostrava-Nursultan International  04/08/21 ex EI-GBB.

OE-IXB Boeing 737-8AS(F) c/n 33546 Celestial Aviation Registered at Shanghai 05/08/21 ex N240GE.

Global Aviation News:

Atlas Air buys eight 747 freighters off lease to maintain capacity
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ATSG Reports Second Quarter 2021 Results
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British Airways extends contract for Airbus A380 Base Maintenance Services 
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Delta adds US flights to Heathrow for the autumn
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DHL Express shapes future for sustainable aviation with the order of first-ever all-electric cargo planes from Eviation
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First Boeing 737-800 for OWG
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Global Crossing Airlines Approved by FAA as Newest US Airline
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Measuring risks and vulnerability of tourism to the COVID-19 crisis in the context of extreme uncertainty: The case of the Balearic Islands
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Qatar Airways statement on Airbus A350 aircraft
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus set to resume Philadelphia route soon, officials said
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AirAsia receives $56.83 million from merger between Fly Leasing and Carlyle Aviation Partners
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Avolon executive among backers of McCarthy’s Emerald Airlines raises more than €10m 
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Ireland has to go ‘over and above’ to recover lost aviation says Ryanair DAC CEO Eddie Wilson
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Revolut data shows surge in airport spending among Irish consumers in July
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Ryanair July Traffic Doubles From 4.4m To 9.3m Guests
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Six West launches PilotPal software
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Use common-sense approach to mitigate risk of air travel: IATA DG Willie Walsh 
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “The North Atlantic is back to being our most important and most profitable intercontinental market, even though we more or less can only sell tickets on one side of the ocean.”Americans going to Europe buoyed Lufthansa, via @munnikrishnan.

@eoghancorry Eddie Wilson says @Ryanair market share in Ireland is now above 60pc for the first time. Load factor on European network back to 80pc.

@iamadityaghosh15 years ago, the 1st flight @IndiGo6E took to the skies! this is the 1st aircraft @Airbus A320-232 MSN2844 being assembled. As I begin to chase new dreams, always grateful to all those who made me look good over the past 15 years! Wishing you safe flights & don’t forget to smile.

@lesliejosephs Air cargo boom continues. Amazon contractor Atlas Air forecasts record 3Q revenue of nearly $1B, 90k+ block hours, similar to 3Q20. Get ready for an expensive holiday shipping season. $AAWW $AMZN.

@WandrMe “The marketplace won’t hold at these deals forever.” $ALGT says it could sign new deals for planes and sit on them rather than put them directly into service, depending on operations capacity and other factors.

Video Picks:

IATA Media Briefing 28 July  – DG Willie Walsh & Senior Economist Ezgi Gulbas

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s Latest Aviation Bet: A Fresh, Frugal, Low-Cost Airline

Return to flying July 19 2021 RTE Six One News

Ryanair Announce 8 New Routes for Shannon Airport

Will Vaccine Passports Unlock Air Travel? | In Conversation | Willie Walsh, Director General, IATA


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