Published on September 16th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/09/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insights – Keys to effective aircraft repossessions

Certificate Program in Aircraft Maintenance Reserves  Management:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 September

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 September

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 14 September

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 14 September

North American Newsletter 14 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:

ET-AYF DHC8-402 c/n 4261 Ethiopian Airlines Delivered Toronto Downsview-Goose Bay-Keflavik-Dublin-Rome Fiumicino-Cairo-Addis Ababa 11-13/09/21.

OE-IHY Boeing 767-36N c/n 32790 GECAS Ferried Ciudad Real-Shannon-Victorville 13/09/21 ex A6-EBC.

OE-IXC Boeing 737-8AS(F) c/n 29940 ASL Airlines Belgium Delivered Jinan-Seoul-Nursultan Nazarbayev International 07-08/09/21 ex N236GE.

Global Aviation News:

Aegean Air reports July/August traffic up 70%, with international traffic more than doubling
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Bangalore International Airport Limited appoints Plaza Premium Group to transform passenger services at BLR
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British Airways is on its ‘most important journey yet’ as it launches new BA Better World sustainability programme
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Brussels-Dubai route very profitable despite pandemic, says Emirates airlines
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Breeze Airways reveals new A220 livery, confirms order for 20 additional A220-300 aircraft from Mobile Final Assembly Line
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Croatia Airlines to acquire up to fifteen aircraft
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How to Lead through a Merger: US Airways and American Airlines
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India’s SpiceJet expands Belgrade charter program
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Wizz Air tops ancillary revenues chart as pandemic slashes fares
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Irish Aviation News:

First Aer Lingus service from Shannon to London Heathrow in 18 months takes flight
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IATA DG Willie Walsh Reflections on 09.11
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ICAA Seeking Public Support for its Service
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Milestone Leasing Three AW139s to Thai Aviation
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Paul O’Kane takes PR role at Murray
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Portugal’s crisis-hit flag carrier TAP could finish re-structuring by October says CEO Christine Ourmières-Widener
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Seraph Aviation Group places one Boeing 737-800 with Joy Air in China
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Squawk 7000 – When it comes to women flying it seems Mum and Dad are the main influencers and supporters!

Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell U.S. airlines en mass wrote off fall demand at a Cowen conference last week. But all is not lost, Analyst Helane Becker notes today that the Delta-variant bookings slowdown appears to have hit bottom.

@PaulByrne66 We have no intention of being limited to the airlines of a single alliance says Peter Foster, CEO @airastana #CAPALive @CAPA.

@PIBHyderabad Enhanced air connectivity is a critical success factor for PM’s Act East Policy: @kishanreddybjp Committed to fast tracking civil aviation projects in the North East: @JM_Scindia.

@PIB_India We have set up 8 policy targets for the next 100 days, including setting up of five new airports, six new heliports, and starting 50 new routes under the UDAN scheme – Union Minister @JM_Scindia.

@RadarBox24 According to our data, between September 4-10, 126,896 flights were registered within Europe, with a daily average of 18,128 flights, corresponding to a growth of +51.18% compared to last year.

Video Picks:

‘Exciting times ahead’ for airline sector, analyst says

Hibernian Airlines CRJ1000 approach into Gothenburg

IndiGo Aims for Full Domestic Capacity by December, CEO Says

Jenny Rafter, Chairperson of Visit USA Committee Ireland & Head of Global Sales, Aer Lingus


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