Published on August 24th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief -24/08/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insights – Keys to effective aircraft repossessions

Certificate Program in Aircraft Maintenance Reserves  Management:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 August:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 August

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 23 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 23 August

North American Newsletter 23 August

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus restores London Gatwick connectivity, increases New York JFK frequency

Emirates to resume daily service on Dublin-Dubai Route from 5th October:

SmartLynx Airlines bases Airbus A320 in Dublin for Summer 2021

Aircraft Update:

EI-EJN Airbus A330-202 c/n 1313 ITA Italia Trasporto Aereo proving flight at Rome Fiumicino 15/08/21.

G-EIRH Airbus A321-253NX c/n 10319 Aer Lingus UK Registered at Dublin 13/08/21 ex EI-LRH.

LZ-GNK Boeing 737-8V3 c/n 29670 Genesis Lease Ferried Bangalore-Hyderabad-Muscat-Vilnius 16-20/08/21 ex VT-SLI.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic Gets Approval for Additional Equity
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CAAC Validates JetWave Connectivity System for Airbus A320s in China
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China’s local governments splurge to lure aviation industry amid heightened competition with US
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Emirates set to re-establish employee benefits and increase salaries amidst gradual aviation sector recovery
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EU and UK Digital Covid Certificates Recognized by IATA Travel Pass
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Germany Begins Selling Lufthansa Stake Despite Challenges Ahead
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IATA Statement on Singapore’s Easing of Travel Restrictions
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ITA: Italy’s new national airline gets permission to fly
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap: A Reopening Investment But In The Meantime Profitable
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Aircastle Delivers Final A320neo Aircraft to Frontier Airlines
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Atkins to deliver engineering design for Cork Airport Runway Reconstruction
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Belfast City Airport assured of airfield operator compliance through the National Certificate in Airside Operations
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Emirates Announces Resumption of Daily Service on Dublin-Dubai Route
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Eoghan O’Mara Walsh: Aviation is key to recovery of tourism
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Goshawk says it collected 77pc of aircraft lease payments despite Covid hit to travel
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Laois Historian reveals importance of Portlaoise in Irish aviation history
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Sale Likely for Lufthansa Technik Shannon MRO
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Tweet Picks:

@AirMobilityCmd : A @usairforce C-17 Globemaster III safely transported 823 Afghan citizens from Hamid Karzai International Airport Aug. 15, 2021. This is a record for this aircraft

@airkarp French rivals Air Austral & Corsair are exploring the idea of a commercial JV on Indian Ocean flights, @ATWMoores reports.

@airwisconsin The CRJ-200 and 700 are on our operating certificate. Now, we’re working on adding the 900 to open the door for more possibilities. Smiling face with open mouth #avgeek #aviation.

@AvWeekScho Cathay Pacific execs say during press briefing that HK Express subsidiary is well-positioned for growth if LCC demand recovers faster than full-service. Currently expect HK Express fleet to be “well into the 40s” by end of 2024, vs 28 now.

@AvWeekScho Cathay chairman Healy also adds that the group’s ambition is for HK Express to remain largest LCC in Hong Kong, and therefore it’s important that it keeps pace with market and grows its fleet as demand recovers, so it can “maintain a clear no. 1 position in the (LCC) market”.

Video Picks:

Eoghan Corry & Niall Boylan A month since international travel resumed

Joby Aviation CEO Joeben Bevirt on public trading debut

Kansas City travel agent says airlines struggling to keep up with travel demand

Next step for Cathay Pacific is to ‘replot the demand,’ says analyst

Plane spotters return to Dublin Airport


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