Published on August 27th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/08/2021

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-GTT Airbus A330-343(F) c/n 713 Titan Airways Air Test at Châteauroux 24/08/21 to become G-EODS.

EI-GXO Boeing 737-86N c/n 36549 Merx Aviation Ferried Sofia-Shannon 24/08/21 ex PK-GFA.

VP-BKD Airbus A319-111 c/n 2442 IrAero Delivered Istanbul-Moscow Domodedovo  12/08/21 ex EI-GFN. 

Global Aviation News:

Asiana’s exit from Star Alliance to bolster Korean Air, Delta JV
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ATSG to Support the United States in Afghanistan
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British Airways will soon serve roast dinners in Club World and First
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Confidence about travel plans is growing, but rise of COVID-19 variants is pushing back travel restart dates in some regions
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Delta continues fleet renewal with 30 additional Airbus A321neos
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Emirates resumes flights to Newcastle and boosts services across Europe
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Expedia’s optimism for a near-term travel rebound remains strong as 2Q 2021 data shows travel searches are growing and search windows are lengthening
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New Italian carrier ITA set to launch operations in October
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UAE-India air traffic soars sky high; seeing 45% spike in daily bookings
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Irish Aviation News:

BOC Aviation: AerCap-GECAS merger to put pressure on market for aircraft with leases attached

Goshawk extends $500m secured warehouse facility to 2023

NAC delivers one Embraer E190, MSN 19000101, to Breeze Airways on lease
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Republic’s air travel hits 50% of pre-pandemic traffic

Ryanair to cease flying to and from Northern Ireland
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Squawk 7000 – “Night-Fright” a C-47 Restoration

The sun will rise again – Qantas CEO Alan Joyce
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Two ex-Virgin turboprops help launch Ireland’s newest airline Emerald Airlines
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Play Airlines loads at 42% in July were far below its target of 72% in its first year. That isn’t stopping Play from moving forward for with plans to launch U.S. flights next summer.

@ByERussell 2021 is a record year for travel company listings — including airlines Frontier and Sun Country — whether via IPO or SPAC.

@CAPA_Aviation Now that Canada has eased some of its travel restrictions, @AirCanada is moving in the right direction as leisure travel continues to gain momentum and business demand is beginning to show signs of life.

@justinbachman A nice acquisition for @DFWAirport as @TurkishAirlines will add 4x weekly service from IST starting 24 Sept, its second Texas destination. #airlines #airports #DFW.

@MargaretCan Major blow for connectivity here though some hopes of International routes being backfilled quickly. But it seems the all-powerful easyJet just too much competition. Thanks to @SeanM1997 for his tweet this am that move was coming.

Video Picks:

Hear air traffic controller’s stunned reaction to C-17 flight load as it leaves Afghanistan

Recovery in Singapore’s aviation sector will be a ‘long haul’ says

Sir Richard Branson on Virgin Orbit’s $3.2B SPAC deal

USAF C-17 crew describes packed flight out of Afghanistan

Vaccine Passports Keep Europe Flying While China and the U.S. Slow


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