Published on August 10th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/08/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Engine Lease Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 August

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 August

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 9 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 9 August

North American Newsletter 9 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:

EC-LKH Airbus A320-214 c/n 1101 Iberia Express Ferried Madrid-Ireland West Airport Knock 03/08/21 for part-out & scrap.

2-ATRF ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1251 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Saarbrücken-Toulouse-Francazal 05/07/21 ex B-22821.

2-VIDZ Airbus A320-232 c/n 3264 AerCap Registered at Jakarta 28/07/21 ex VT-IDZ. 

Global Aviation News:

ATSG to add first A330s as demand for mid-sized freighters soars
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Emirates Joins Aeronology NDC Direct Connect Platform
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Etihad Airways to resume flights to London and Manchester
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EXIM Approves $500 Million in Financing to Support U.S.-Manufactured Commercial Aircraft Exports to WestJet
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JetBlue Airways stitches sustainability into its growth strategy
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Long-haul start-up Norse Atlantic signs for more 787s
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Nordica to fly under its own name for first time
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Irish Aviation News:

Aero Inspection adds Decals and Placards to its EASA Part 21G Capability list
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Aer Lingus Restarts Flights From Bristol To Dublin
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Air Canada Resumes Dublin – Toronto Service
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Bobby Healy teases market with speculation of “Manna Aero SPAC with Chamath Palihapitiya”
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Fly Leasing Limited launches its $100 million tack-on senior notes offering
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Ryanair Signs An Agreement With Optifly For Next Generation Schedule Optimisation Software
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Ryanair to Exit London Southend Airport Base, Esken Says
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“We need to woo airlines back into Ireland” – DAA’s Dalton Philips on aviation after Covid

Tweet Picks:

@WandrMe Earnings call starting now. “The recovery in air travel has come more quickly than we expected…Vaccines have clearly catalysed customer confidence.” – CEO Robin Hayes. Also calls out the NEA for driving demand.

@WandrMe Turkish leisure/charter airline SunExpress applied for permission to operate charter flights between Turkey and the USA. The carrier only has 737s in its fleet, however, so I guess assume a tech stop along the way.  

@WandrMe The newest carrier seeking permission for US flights is a Turkish air ambulance: “Redstar’s operations extend from Turkey into Europe and the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region. Now, Redstar is committed to growing its operations on a global scale.”

@winglets747 “Aer Lingus will not take delivery of five wide-body Airbus A350 aircraft it has on order, calling into question the future of its transatlantic operations”. Nonsense. A350 too much plane for Dublin-NorthAm. Used A330s or neos suffice &good deals available.

@winglets747 Substantial growth ahead for Condor if all 16 767s are replaced 1-for-1 by A330neo aircraft. Their 767s seat 245-259. They haven’t disclosed neo config, but TAP seats 304 and premium-heavy Delta 281. (Both are only 8 abreast in economy.)

Video Picks:

Embraer Insights | Episode 4 | Porter Airlines

Eoghan Corry Morning Ireland US allows vaccinated passengers

Volocopter introduces the VoloConnect to complement their UAM aircraft family

Why airline stocks are selling off: Cowen’s Helane Becker

What business travel bouncing back could mean for corporate America


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