Published on September 2nd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/09/2021

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:

A6-FEH Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40260 FlyDubai Ferried Dubai-Shannon 29/08/21 on return to lessor.

N249GE Boeing 737-8EH c/n 34966 GECAS Ferried Tancredo Neves International-Amílcar Cabral International-Skopje International-Almaty International-Seoul-Shanghai 13-16/08/21 for cargo conversion ex PR-GTR.

2-AODZ Airbus A330-343 c/n 1427 FPG Amentum Ferried Dinard-Geneva-Teruel 12/08/21 ex A4O-DZ.

Global Aviation News:

Global Crossing Airlines Receives Foreign Operating Authority
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It’s time airlines transformed themselves into digital travel companies to stay afloat: VK Mathews
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New Zealand’s Prime Minister reports the establishment of new systems for risk based travel
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PLAY awards OEMServices the component support of its A321 fleet
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Time ripe for Akasa and Jet Airways to take to the skies
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TSA extends face mask requirement through January 18, 2022
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Virgin Australia finalises new agreements for nine Boeing 737-800 aircraft
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Vueling to launch three routes linking the Canary Islands with Amsterdam Schiphol
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Irish Aviation News:

ACIA Aero Leasing Adds New Customers in Europe and Asia
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ASG successfully completes an intensive 2-week training course to the Irish Coastguard
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Azorra takes delivery of its first new Airbus A220
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Balkan Holidays Appoints Don Clarke’s DCM Sales Representation in Northern Ireland
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Nigeria, Republic of Ireland Seal Aviation Manpower Devt Deal
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Pressure Heaped on NI Executive to Scrap APD After Ryanair Pulls All Flights from Province
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Request for Tender for the delivery of PSO air services between the airports of Donegal and Dublin
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Ryanair to fill Zagreb Airport’s network gaps
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A321NEO to Scoot
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SunExpress targets UK and Ireland potential
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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho Air NZ CFO Thomson says 777-300s will be phased out “within this decade” (777-200s were permanently grounded last year). The -300s will be replaced by the 787-10s due from FY24. The airline is “set to have an all-787 fleet for our long-haul business” by FY27.

@AvWeekScho COVID has enabled Air NZ to accelerate fleet simplification plans, Thomson says. From 8 a/c types with 10 different engines in FY2011, to four a/c types with six engine types by FY27.

@AvWeekScho CEO Joyce said Qantas expects the A380s to be part of the fleet for “many years to come” – interesting contrast with the increasing number of carriers looking to phase out A380.

@AvWeekScho To extend the range of its A330-200s, Qantas is working with Airbus to increase the maximum takeoff weight to a higher certifiable limit. The higher weight limit – enabling more fuel to be carried – was not available when these aircraft entered service with Qantas.

@ByERussell Connect Airways, a U.S.-based startup that plans a Toronto hub, will launch with American Airlines — and its massive frequent flyer program — as a partner.  

Video Picks:

Airborne 08.30.21: Afghan Aircraft, New Shepherd Model, Beechcraft Denali

Airlines cut capacity as E.U. votes to restrict travel from U.S.

Climate Friendly Travel in Aviation

EU to Reimpose Travel Curbs on U.S.

Hotel bookings peaked above 2019 levels in July: UBS lodging analyst


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