Published on September 1st, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/09/2021

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:

VP-BME Airbus A320-214 c/n 3699 AerCap Ferried Ostrava-Montpellier-Toulouse-Montpellier 16/08/21.

VQ-BBQ Boeing 737-86N c/n 40242 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Registered at Prague 26/08/21 ex OE-IPS.

VT-IHT Airbus A320-214 c/n 2388  IndiGo Airlines Ferried Delhi-Tbilisi-Kaunas 20/08/21 on return to lessor ex EI-GGU.

Global Aviation News:

Alaska Airlines to Support Afghan Humanitarian Airlift Mission
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American Airlines’ New York To Delhi Route: Upgraded To Boeing 777-300ER
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European Council removes 5 countries and one entity/territorial authority from the list of countries for which travel restrictions should be lifted
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Taiwan’s Starlux emphasizes business/cargo routes over leisure destinations
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Thailand to reopen for vaccinated tourists as early as October
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The CEO perspective – airline bosses open up on COVID, the recovery, and the future of air travel
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Turkish Airlines to maintain summer frequency levels to US from Oct-2021
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Ukrainian Government may establish new state-owned carrier in 2021
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Irish Aviation News:

NAC signs GTA with ALL4JETS for CAMO services
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New Found Hope for Northern Ireland Travel Industry as Economy Minister Announces New Support Programme
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New Irish exhibition celebrates Lillian Bland, first woman to design, build, and pilot a plane
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce warns WA on travel plan
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Ryanair’s Group CEO Michael O’Leary: Irish tourism will ‘fall off a cliff’ next month with no recovery plan in place
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Teesside Airport confirm Loganair Dublin route will return for 2022
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The Commission for Aviation Regulation Publishes its 2020 Annual Report
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UK Treasury could cut air tax on internal flights to bolster support for the Union following Ryanair’s exit
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Tweet Picks:

@SeanM1997 easyJet to enter a new country: North Macedonia , with 2-3x weekly flights from Skopje to Geneva from 1 November 2021.

@SESAR_Congratulations to @DublinAirport for ensuring the exchange of A-CDM data with the Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC) via a new SWIM platform and infrastructure compliant with SWIM Yellow Profile @Transport_EU @cinea_eu  #SESARdelivers #ATM.

@Tsihanouskaya Met @Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary. He presented an internal investigation report of the airplane hijacking – a pure act of state terrorism. Mr. O’Leary assured: they will do all possible to establish the truth, help the investigation, restore safety on the ground & in the skies.

@WandrMe Some hot news coming in late this afternoon. Iceland’s @PlayAirlines filed for US service “and intends to start scheduled passenger flights from Iceland to the United States East Coast in Summer 2022 with Airbus A321neo aircraft in a single cabin configuration.”

@WandrMe Re the Ryanair Belorussian hijacking, “We’re looking for a political solution, but IATA is not a political organization.” – Walsh.

Video Picks:

Get inspired to fly outside the envelope with Scott Glaser, Flight Research, Mojave Air & Space Port

Igbinedion University signs MoU with Newcastle Aerodrome for pilots training

Legends of Irish Aviation at ILAS 2021

Qantas ‘in really good shape’ despite posting multi-billion dollar losses

U.S. airlines to help transport Afghanistan evacuees


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