Published on August 31st, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 31/08/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insights – Keys to effective aircraft repossessions

Certificate Program in Aircraft Maintenance Reserves  Management:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 30 August

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 30 August

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 30 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 30 August

North American Newsletter 30 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:

G-EODS Airbus A330-343(F) c/n 713 Titan Airways Delivered Châteauroux-Ostend-London Stansted 27/08/21 ex EI-GTT.

LN-DYI Boeing 737-8JP c/n 40866 Flyr Delivered Woensdrecht-Oslo 27/08/21 ex EI-FHX.

OE-IBZ Boeing 737-7K2 c/n 39446 Avolon Ferried Amsterdam-Kaunas 24/08/21 ex PH-BGR.

Global Aviation News:

British Airways shows return of Sydney flights from March 2022
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Development of “Green” Self-Charging Electric Plane with Range of 500 Miles Gets Boost as Bristow Group Joins Forces with
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Hans Airways: A Startup Airline Built on Values & Relationships, Leveraging Market Opportunities 
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India DGCA AIC 12/2021 – Order – Operation of Boeing 737 Max aircraft in Indian airspace
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ITA Announces Next Steps Towards Beginning of Operations
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Latin American carriers look to fleet modernisation ahead of industry recovery
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Starlux exec: the airline “will certainly” join an alliance
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Executive VP Global Sales Bill Byrne on plans on re-establishing full service from North America

Airport Covid-19 tests until 2023 for passengers and staff
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Loss of Ryanair from Belfast airports ‘not catastrophic’ but air passenger duty must be abolished, says expert
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NAC delivers one ATR 72-600 to DAT on lease
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Northern Ireland Tourism Alliance Calls on Executive to Support Our Airports Following Ryanair Withdrawal
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Qantas to require all employees to be vaccinated against Covid says CEO Alan Joyce
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Ryanair blames air passenger duty for withdrawal from Northern Ireland
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Tweet Picks:

@Airline_Weekly U.S. startup Connect Airways lands big partner American Airlines ahead of a planned year-end launch.

@ByERussell Italia Trasporto Aereo has applied for a U.S. foreign air carrier permit to begin flights around October 15. Initial service between Rome and Boston, Miami and New York JFK; and Milan and JFK.

@ClodaghLRice On pulling out of NI @Ryanair says “due to UK Govt’s refusal to suspend or reduce APD + the lack of Covid recovery incentives from both Belfast airports, this Winter Ryanair will cease operations from Belfast International+Belfast City Airport from end of Summer schedule in October.

@Fly_Norwegian “We are pleased that the booking figures are increasing again, and it is great to see that many of our colleagues are back at work. Even though the pandemic is not yet over, we are experiencing a time of optimism,” says Geir Karlsen, CEO of Norwegian.

@flyethiopian Ethiopian was the first African airline to order the Boeing 767, with delivery in early 1980s. By now, these aircraft types are set to be converted to a dedicated cargo freighter at the Ethiopian MRO at Addis.

Video Picks:

Air New Zealand suspends outlook as borders stay shut

Airlines Back On Track

Australian Government will take ‘cautious, careful approach’ toward reopening international borders

Aviation-Event Live in Bologna – Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson

FDA, Pfizer vaccine approval lifts airlines, leisure stocks — DiMartino Booth and Cavuto via FBN


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