Published on August 12th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/08/2021

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:

TC-OBU Airbus A320-232 c/n 661 Onur Air Ferried Sarajevo-Istanbul 14/07/21 ex EI-EEI.

VP-BDG Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 30669 Yakutia Delivered Montpellier-Pulkovo 13/07/21 ex EI-EWL.

VQ-BCU Airbus A330-343 c/n 1065 AerCap Ferried Singapore-Clark 08/07/21 ex HS-XTL.

Global Aviation News:

Emirates restarts flights to Glasgow
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Frontier Airlines Announces 15 New Nonstop Routes, Including Service To Aruba And Turks & Caicos From Miami
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IAG Cargo experiences record quarter as it celebrates its 10th anniversary
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JetBlue Strengthens Commitment as New York’s Hometown Airline® With Intention to Keep Headquarters in New York City, Advance World-Class Terminal Project at JFK
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Joby Begins Journey to Becoming First eVTOL Airline
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LATAM Airlines Group modernizes its fleet after agreement to purchase A320neo family aircraft
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Tata Advanced Systems to make Boeing 737 fan cowls in Hyderabad
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US already restored as leading long-haul market, reports Lufthansa
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Zela Aviation – Fly2Sky strategic cooperation boosting tourism
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Irish Aviation News:

Aergo Capital announces the acquisition of two widebody aircraft by way of sale & leaseback with Iberia
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Budapest Airport’s Irish interaction with Aer Lingus
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Ireland’s Aer Lingus starts to build back according to VP of global sales 
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Rise in Dublin Airport numbers offers hope for crisis-hit sector
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Ryanair Announces Newcastle Base & Launches S22 Schedule – 2 Based Aircraft, $200M Investment, 12 New routes
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Ryanair restores Zadar – Edinburgh flight plans
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Squawk 7000 News – August 2nd, 2021

Support for Belfast International Airport’s £15m Investment Plans
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Tweet Picks:

@ClaytonReid Yet another upside adjustment in the lodging forecast from CBRE, showing a more optimistic horizon – now back by Q4, 2023. Still too pessimistic but better. I’m betting they adjust again. Airlines seeing more and more demand and leisure/commercial intent surging @lisaabramowicz1.

@hharteveldt .@united  has enough flexibility in its new aircraft order book starting in 2024 to make delivery adjustments (e.g., delays) if conditions warrant $UAL #aircraft #travel  @Boeing @Airbus.

@lesliejosephs JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes says he’s “disappointed” in the maintenance of UK-US travel restrictions and that the airline is “planning schedule adjustments this fall to match the current demand environment.” JetBlue is set to debut NY-Heathrow flights Aug. 11. $JBLU.

@MaltaAvOutlook First Malta Air Boeing 737-8200 landed in Malta. In a press conference addressed by CEO David O’Brien he coyly dubbed the aircraft as “Gamechanger” Malta Air will have 10 aircraft based on the island by 2022.

@WandrMe Re fleet, $JBLU anticipates delivery of 4 A220s and 1 A321LRs in 3Q21. The latest fleet plan graphic only shows 2021 & 2022, though. Delivery of 12 planes in 2022 holding steady from last quarter.

Video Picks:

British & Irish Lions Charters Flight Take Off At Cape Town International Airport

First Solo Flight of airBaltic Pilot Academy Student Nadja

Flying the Fokker 50 to Donegal: The Worlds Most Scenic Airport!

How BofA Is Betting on the Return of Business Travel

Virgin Galactic Wants Commercial Flights to Space Next Year


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