Published on September 8th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/09/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insights – Keys to effective aircraft repossessions

Certificate Program in Aircraft Maintenance Reserves  Management:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 September

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 September

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 6 September

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 6 September

North American Newsletter 6 September

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-GPP ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1322 Emerald Airlines Delivered Exeter-Dublin-Exeter 31-08-06/09/21 ex G-FBXE.

PK-PAM ATR72-212A(500) c/n 548  Pelita Air Service Delivered Billund-Thessaloniki  03/09/21 ex OY-JZZ.

UR-RWF ATR72-212A(500) c/n 1251 Windrose Air Delivered Toulouse-Francazal-Kiev 03/09/21 ex 2-ATRF.

Global Aviation News:

As Canada reopens, smaller airlines declare bold ambitions
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Emirates carried 15.8 million passengers as the largest international airline in 2020
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Etihad CEO: Never Say Never On Airbus A380 Return
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IATA July Passenger Traffic Boost, but Well Below Pre-COVID Levels
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Iberia plans to codeshare with Alaska Airlines on 78 routes
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Re-establishing the vital airlink between two global financial centres
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Rossiya becomes Russia’s third airline with fleet exceeding 100 aircraft
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Singapore Changi Airport to reopen terminals 1 and 3 to visitors
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Irish Aviation News:

Commission for Aviation Regulation Releases Performance Plan with Revised Targets for RP3
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DAA managers volunteer for security detail to manage passenger queues

Donegal flight service contract out for tender to commence February 2022

Dublin-based Aircraft Lessor Griffin Global Asset Management Orders Five Boeing 737-8 aircraft

Emerald Airlines set for takeoff with €16m cash in hand [Paywall]
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Irish Tourism: From Survival to Revival 6th September 2021 ITIC’s pre-budget submission
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Loganair to cease Donegal-Glasgow flights
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NAC delivers one ATR 72-600 to Windrose Aviation on lease
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Ryanair Negotiations For A Boeing Max10 Order End Without Agreement
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “We do not share Boeing’s optimistic pricing outlook, although this may explain why in recent weeks other large Boeing customers such as Delta and Jet2, have been placing new orders with Airbus, rather than Boeing. Ryanair and the art of aircraft price negotiation. $BA.

@MaxK_J MOL ups Max 10 stakes, as Ryanair formally ceases talks saying: “we do not share Boeing’s optimistic pricing outlook, although this may explain why other large Boeing customers…have been placing new orders with Airbus” (= RYR A321LR deal or Max 10 negotiating tactic?).

@MaxK_J In the Leahy era, the Airbus sales team weren’t allowed to answer the phone when O’Leary called as they’d never forgiven him for wasting their time once to get better pricing from Seattle. Expect that attitude has changed under Toulouse’s current management…. 

@PaulByrne66 Airlines and airports need to work closer together in a more symbiotic relationship and not the current antagonistic mode says @airasia Tony Fernandes. Sharing data for mutual benefits in the current climate is a no-brainer.

@WandrMe “We view our competition as the couch, as trips not taken.” Expects that MCO will overtake DEN as largest station in the network by the end of the year. #CaribAvia.

Video Picks:

Ariana Afghan Airlines resumes domestic flights

Canadian Airlines struggle to keep up with passenger volumes

Emirates Customers Fly Better

Philippine Airlines files for bankruptcy as pandemic fallout mounts


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