Published on September 14th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief -14/09/2021

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:

Blue Air Announces new Iasi to Dublin connection commencing in December

My shift on 9/11 – Aidan McEnroe, Air Traffic Control Officer

Transavia France returns to Paris Orly-Dublin route

Aircraft Update:

EI-KGD Airbus A321-271NX c/n 9432 Air Astana Registered at Almaty International 11/09/21 ex P4-KGD.

LZ-DAB Airbus A321-231 c/n 2916 DAE Capital Ferried Paris-Vatry-Toulouse-Francazal 08/09/21 ex TC-JMM.

OE-IIM Boeing 737-8AS c/n 35017 SMBC Aviation Capital Registered at Ostrava 09/09/21 ex UR-PSV.

Global Aviation News:

Australia to have vaccine passport system ready within weeks for international travel
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Bamboo Airways has received TSA approval for Special Authorization for 12 Flights between Vietnam and the United States
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Emirates to resume services to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and St Petersburg
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Jet Airways to start domestic operations in Q1 2022
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LCCs, not Lufthansa, restore German aviation to Europe’s #2
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Live TV returns to American Airlines
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Milan’s critical mass set to drive point-to-point recovery
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Unique published study: Delta’s pre-flight testing significantly decreases rate of active COVID-19 infections on board
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Volaris announces the authorizations to operate through its subsidiary Vuela El Salvador, S.A. de C.V., as a national air carrier from El Salvador
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Irish Aviation News:

Charlie Clifton prepares for take-off at Flypop 
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Croatia Airlines commences pilgrim charter programme from Mostar to Irish Airports
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Emirates hopes twice-daily Dubai-Dublin flights will resume when Australia reopens its borders says Country Manager Enda Corneille
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Emerald Airlines CEO: Now is the best time to start an airline
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Montrose Global Completes Sale And Leaseback Of One Beechcraft King Air 300 Aircraft
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On duty as an air traffic controller on 9/11 – RTE Brendan O’Connor Show

SpiceJet enters into settlement with Boeing 737 Max lessor CDB Aviation
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We are seeing the demand for late bookings increase as many people are making bookings for last-minute holidays abroad says CEO of Click&Go Paul Hackett 
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Tweet Picks:

@emirates Emirates strengthens its commitment to South Africa with further expansion of operations up to 28 weekly flights, reintroducing the @Airbus A380 to Johannesburg, and reviving its partnership with @flysaa.

@GECAS We are pleased to announce the delivery of the first of two @Airbus A321NX aircraft to @SalamAir  with the arrival of MSN 10483 into Muscat from Hamburg.  #SalamAir is now among the first to operate the #A321neo in the Middle East.  

@gulf_news #EtihadAirways sees ticket sales surge to ‘green-list’ countries: CEO Tony Douglas. The airline chief said July was the best month for the airline in terms of load factor.

@hjelnaes The battle in the skies over Norway is on! The two LCC combatant Norwegian and Flyr are offering very low fares on a number of domestic routes.

@PaulByrne66 Many carriers will need to rethink their business models as a result of Covid says Tony Douglas, CEO @etihad. The @British_Airways establishment of an LCC at Gatwick is an example #CAPALive @CAPA_Aviation.

Video Picks:

Buzz Boeing 737-8200 at WMI Airport

Cork Airport Runway Reconstruction Episode 1

Dalton Philips explains how Dublin Airport Authority navigated the pandemic

Domestic Flights Resume in Afghanistan


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