Published on August 30th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/08/2021

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:

Icelandair resumes Keflavik to Dublin route five times weekly

LOT Polish Airlines Celebrates first year of Warsaw-Dublin route

Ryanair to operate over 720 weekly flights, 90 routes from Dublin in Winter 2021

Aircraft Update:

OE-IWK Airbus A320-232 c/n 4965 Avolon Ferried Hyderabad-Ankara 26/08/21 ex VT-IEO.

OE-IXC Boeing 737-8AS(F) c/n 29940 ASL Airlines Belgium Registered at Jinan 26/08/21 ex N236GE.

OY-YBV ATR42-500 c/n 639  Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Eltari-Jakarta 26/08/21.

Global Aviation News:

Aeroflot brings its A350 cabin upgrades to the 777 with arrival of first retrofitted aircraft
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Air Canada schedules new Milan route, resumes Munich
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Air Serbia To Extend Flights To Three Russian Destinations Throughout October
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American Airlines, LEVEL resume codeshare flights
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British Airways Considers New Short-Haul Subsidiary Amid Pandemic Strain
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Etihad Engineering and Israel Aerospace Industries team up to provide passenger to freighter conversions
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Greater Bay Airlines details launch network
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South African Airways Returns To The Skies With Take Off Date Set For September 23, 2021
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Irish Aviation News:

Airborne Capital and Mercuria Investment Group agree aviation finance joint venture in Japan
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Australia’s Qantas hopes to resume international flights by Christmas says CEO Alan Joyce
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Avolon boss Dómhnal Slattery enters pub trade in native Clare and wins planning battle for home office
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Eoghan Corry explains why Ryanair has ‘upped stumps’ from Belfast’s two airports 
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‘Know Before You Go’ with new Aer Lingus Travel Support Tool
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Kargo Xpress Ramps Up Capacity with Two 737-800BCF from GECAS
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Ryanair attacks TAP for ‘blocking’ slots in Lisbon
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Shannon Airport can be a ‘key hub’ for international travel, says group
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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Uganda Airlines is poised to launch long-haul services after adding the Airbus A330-800 aircraft to the company’s AOC.

@Bristow_Group Bristow & Electra signed a MOU to  cooperate on the technical development and certification, as well as marketing and future operations of Electra’s hybrid-electric short take-off and landing aircraft.

@ByERussell American anticipates a “slower recovery in business demand than what we’ve seen, but there will still be a recovery” with the delayed office returns, says Chief Revenue Officer Vasu Raja at a Raymond James conference today. $AAL.

@ByERussell Embraer is betting the improved economics, ability to fly entirely on sustainable aviation fuel — or hydrogen in the future — will be a big enticement for U.S. airlines.

@ByERussell “If Embraer can successfully break through in the U.S. market with its turboprop … there could be a 500-aircraft hole for it to fill in the years to come.”

Video Picks:

Business Report: Airlines set major COVID-19 policies

Delta variant effect already reflected in airline stocks: Jefferies’s Sheila Kahyaoglu

Floatplane Operator Tailwind Air Launches NYC-Boston Harbour Service

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce Lays Out Overseas Restart Plan

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