Published on August 11th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/08/2021

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:

LN-LNO Boeing 787-9 c/n 38779 Norse Atlantic Airways Painted at Shannon 05/08/21.

VP-CVL Boeing 787-8 c/n 35304 DP Aircraft Registered at Glasgow Prestwick 06/08/21 ex LN-LNA.

VP-CVM Boeing 787-8 c/n 35305 DP Aircraft Registered at Glasgow Prestwick 06/08/21 ex LN-LNB.

Global Aviation News:

European aviation capacity: Wizzair and Ryanair lead recovery
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Lifting of COVID travel restrictions wakes Air Canada from slumber
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Major upcoming carrier re-fleetings
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Orlando the big winner from Frontier’s latest expansion
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Phuket Sandbox Sees 14,000+ Arrivals in 1 Month
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Russia’s S7 to launch new low-cost airline in 2022
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SAS opens new routes to the Canary Islands
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SmartLynx and Royal Air Maroc enter into a long-term commercial agreement
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Spain now Europe’s biggest aviation market. Ryanair grows share to 22%
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Tourvest Retail Services adds ‘@seat order’ technology to British Airways inflight platform
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Irish Aviation News:

Irish aviation sets its sights on the Dubai Airshow to act as the global launchpad to showcase its leading innovation
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Kerry Airport hopes for many flights to restart this summer but sees long route to recovery  
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Long haul for Aer Lingus to rebuild transatlantic network
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Rosenbauer UK makes further headway in Irish Aviation Market
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Ryanair seeks incentives to boost Cork and Dublin traffic
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Shannon Group hails Ryanair Winter services announcement as ‘an important step’ in Shannon Airport’s Recovery
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Stripe’s John Collison looks to the skies with Weston Airport investment
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Vmo Aircraft Leasing Expands Executive Team with Appointment of Capital Markets Leader Meghan O’Connor
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell It’s striking that Embraer has nearly as many outstanding orders for 16-year old E175 as it does for its new generation flagship the E195-E2.

@ByERussell “We think the most likely outcome is the continued recovery in demand continues largely unabated,” says United CEO Scott Kirby on the Delta variant in opening comments on the airline’s Q2 earnings call. $UAL.

@ByERussell “We don’t just see the light at the end of the tunnel — we’re exiting the tunnel,” says Kirby on broader recovery. However, he added that there is a “steep hill” ahead to for United to return to pre-Covid margin levels. $UAL

@ByERussell “We think the summer of 2022 across the Atlantic has the potential to be our best season ever with pent-up demand,” says Nocella. Strong words from United. $UAL

@lesliejosephs American Airlines warns about industry fuel around the U.S. this summer, asks pilots to conserve. It could fly in extra fuel (tankering) to ease supply issues. “Fuel delivery delays are expected to continue through mid-August,” says company memo.

Video Picks:

Aircraft company bets on hypersonic travel

IATA DG Willie Walsh Sees ‘Three-Speed’ Recovery in Air Travel

Shannon Airport welcomes increase in passengers, but concerns about long-term impact of Covid remain

Spirit Airlines CEO: It’s been a challenging month

The Unveiling of Freedom One | Southwest Airlines


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