Published on September 17th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/09/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insights -5 hacks to reduce fleet maintenance cost exposure

Certificate Program Aircraft Pre-Purchase Inspection / Sales Assistance

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:

OE-LAR Airbus A320-214 c/n 8748 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Jakarta-Kula Lumpur 09/09/21.

OE-LAS Airbus A320-214 c/n 8798 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Jakarta-Kula Lumpur 09/09/21.

OE-LCB Airbus A320-214 c/n 8942 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Jakarta-Kula Lumpur 09/09/21.

Global Aviation News:

Emirates strengthens commitment to South Africa with further expansion of operations
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Frontier Airlines Retires Final Airbus A319 Aircraft
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GE Aviation awarded U.S. FAA CLEEN III funding for more sustainable aviation technologies
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GOL and American Airlines Upgrade to Exclusive Codeshare Agreement
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IndiGo Bullish On New Non-Stop International Routes On Existing Single-Aisle Aircraft
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Jet Airways to have over 100 aircraft in 5 years; HQ will shift to Gurugram
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New York/New Jersey Helicopter Traffic Draws Fresh Fire
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North Atlantic: US airlines enjoy access bias; BA awaits RASK return
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Over 20 European airports draft letter of intent to form ‘V4+ Airports Association’
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Irish Aviation News:

Airlines spend up almost 40% in August, AIB data shows
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A Tribute to Captain Mike Murphy 

MLA Caoimhe Archibald: Northern Ireland Air travel levy cuts must land with Treasury 
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Ryanair Invests €50m In A New Dublin Training & Simulator Centre In Agreement With Airline Flight Academy 
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SalamAir takes delivery of first of two A321NX from GECAS
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Stratos completes freighter conversion on ex AirAsia X A330 and delivers to Geodis
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Tourism officials launch €4.6m ‘green button’ blitz to attract British visitors
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Vmo Aircraft Leasing Appoints Peter Watson as Chief Commercial Officer
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“We need to become more sustainably minded and protect the places we want to see and experience” – CEO Q&A with Sharon Jordan of Irish Travel Trade Network
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Avianca continues to discuss with Airbus the status of its 2015 order for up to 100 A320neo family aircraft, says its bankruptcy counsel. If Avianca and Airbus do not reach an agreement, rejecting the order would not
change its reorganization plan, said counsel.

@ByERussell Local roots mean a lot in today’s homogenized world, and Sun Country Airlines is “reminding Minnesotans that it too is very Minnesotan.” The airline is adding local  Caribou Coffee, Fulton Brewing, and Dot’s Pretzels to its inflight fare.

@ByERussell Moody’s maintains its rating of EasyJet, saying the carrier’s planned £1.2 billion rights issue will “materially improve” its liquidity and ability to withstand and further slowdowns.

@ByERussell Where could @PlayAirlines land in North America next spring? “It’s always going to be a mixture of Baltimore, Washington, Boston, New York and Toronto,” said CEO Birgir Jónsson. ICYMI.

@theaeronetwork Emirates intends to resume 6th daily A380 Dubai – London Heathrow flight on 15OCT21.

Video Picks:

airBaltic – The Largest Operator of Airbus A220-300 in The World

AirAsia loss narrows even as lockdowns linger

Asian Airlines Will See Recovery in 2023, 2024: AAPA’s Menon

Boeing expects airplane demand to rise through 2024


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