Published on September 6th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/09/2021

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

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus operates Airbus A330 Atlanta cargo charter flights

Evitado Technologies team up with Global FBO Consult

Boeing 737 MAX 9 Debuts at Dublin Airport with Icelandair

SunExpress launches Izmir to Dublin route autumn series

Aircraft Update:

EI-FNI Boeing 777-2Q8 c/n 28688 Alitalia Ferried Rome Fiumicino-New York JFK-Goodyear 31/08/21 on return to lessor.

N285BN Airbus A350-941 c/n 35 AerCap Registered at Victorville 01/09/21 ex PR-XTC.

OE-ISY Airbus A320-232 c/n 4351 JLPS Leasing Stella Registered at Budapest 02/09/21 ex HA-LWD.

Global Aviation News:

American Airlines takes less dogmatic view of hubs
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Asia sees revival of jet fuel hedging, but rising infections stall aviation recovery
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Blue Air announces new base in Iasi with 23 direct and one-stop destinations effective 27 March 2022
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Chairman of Azul Brazilian Airlines David Neeleman to join Lilium Board following business combination with Qell
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Chilean Low Cost Airline SKY Plans 2021 With Outsized Growth
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Emirates airline sets return-to-office date of September 12 for Dubai-based staff
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Ethiopian Airlines and Boeing have Signed Strategic MoU to Position Ethiopia as Africa’s Aviation Hub
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First Half 2021 for PLAY, More Robust than Expected
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Flybe edges closer to return as it starts recruitment drive for key personnel
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap: A Reopening Investment But In The Meantime Profitable
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Aer Lingus UK receives initial US authorization to fly
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Boss of hotel group Tifco expects a two-year wait for travel recovery
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Catherine Kearns appointed general counsel at SKY Leasing
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Clare Tourism Industry Reps Say Support Of Temporary Heathrow Flights “Critical”
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easyJet Launches Travel Agent Promotion in Northern Ireland
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Executive Spotlight: IATA Director General Willie Walsh Seeks to Give Industry a Louder Voice
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Emerald Airlines Implement SMS360 and FDM360
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell David Neeleman has a new gig: board member of electric air mobility startup @Lilium.

@ByERussell “This is not 100% risk free. But it gives us an opportunity to test a particular market,” said South African Airways Interim CEO Thomas Kgokolo on the airline’s relaunch later this month.

@ByERussell SAA will look at a “fleet reconfiguration” over the medium- to long-term. The implication is that this could include new aircraft types. “To build a sustainable airline, we need to have the kind of equipment to support that,” says the Department of Public Enterprises.

@EUAmbUS 70% of EU adults are now fully vaccinated. The U.S. can safely let vaccinated Europeans in (with existing pre-flight testing), as the EU lets in vaccinated Americans. The travel ban seriously harms vital economic & human ties, at a time when they’re most needed.

@JasonUnsworthAA Tony Douglas @etihad’s CEO says we will see a lot more airline alliances being formed in future as a result of the #Pandemic @simple_flying  #Aviation.

Video Picks:

Alan Joyce ‘prepared’ for a fight with McGowan over state’s border

Australia hopes to resume travel by November

There’s a buy-the-dip opportunity in airlines, leisure: Strategist

UAE Opens Up Travel to All Vaccinated People Boosting Tourism

UG Airlines gets regulator green light to fly to Europe, Asia and Middle East


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