Published on September 9th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/09/2021

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:

SP-RZE Boeing 737-8-200 c/n 62323 Buzz Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 03/09/21.

VQ-BBQ Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40242 BBAM Ferried Prague-Bratislava 31/08/21 ex OE-IPS.

2-NNGF Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39017 Aeromexico Delivered Shannon-Bangor-Mexico City 03-04/09/21 to become XA-EBN.

Global Aviation News:

British Airways To Burn SAF on Domestic Flights for COP26
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Icelandair’s Winter Schedule adjusted to expected demand
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Jet2 starts Iceland flights
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Jörg Eberhart appointed Chief Strategy Officer of Lufthansa Group
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KLM will not fly to Miami, Orlando and Las Vegas this winter
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LATAM to ramp up Brazil-Europe flying
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Luxair could lose its landing slots if it does not fly more
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Plaza Premium Group introduces first “land-to-air” premium experience at new Qingdao Jiaodong International Airport
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Sunweb Group sees confidence in holidays recovering
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Irish Aviation News:

BBAM and Lufthansa Cargo Sign Leases for Two Airbus A321P2F Aircraft
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Commission for Aviation Regulation Operating Licence Granted to Emerald Airlines Ireland Limited
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Emerald Airlines Secures Air Operator Certificate
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Falko announces the Lease of 5 new ATR 72-600 turboprop aircraft to IndiGo
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Pandemic Taught Passenger Airlines Lesson About Value of Freight IATA Director General Willie 
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Ryanair ready to wait years for Boeing to cut MAX price – O’Leary
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Positive signs in Knock Airport
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Tweet Picks:

@hjelnaes Norse Atlantic Airways has good support from its Boeing 787 lessors. 15 Boeing 787-8/9s are due to be put into operations in 2022. The aircrafts will be in mint condition for commercial operations by Norse, as lessors do all maintenance at own expense.

@hjelnaes Norwegian reports strong passenger growth in August. I estimate ticket and ancillary revenues to approx NOK600 million. If this trend continue in September, Norwegian may deliver a cash flow neutral Q3!.

@jonostrower A bit of historical context here. Boeing after the financial crisis told MOL to take a walk on 737-800 pricing in 2009. He eventually came back in 2013 for 175 and its first 100 Max 8-200s in 2014.  

@naterattner Mapped out Amazon’s growing air cargo network — 70% of the U.S. lives within 100 miles of an airport where Amazon Air operates, as the company continues to move up from two- to one-day shipping speeds.

@PaulByrne66 Video conferencing is not as good as face-to-face comms and will not disrupt as much much as people think. Customers want quality interaction says Willie Walsh @IATA @theAPEXassoc.

Video Picks:

British Airways CEO Sean Doyle: U.S. travel rules are “strange”

Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd launches Made in India aircraft

India Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia aims to set up 1000 new UDAN routes by 2025

Norse Atlantic will launch new airline during pandemic

Philippine Airlines Recovery Plan


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