Published on September 23rd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/09/2021

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 20 September

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 September

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 September

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20 September

North American Newsletter 20 September

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

British Airways Cityflier resumes London City to Dublin route

Emirates Airlines special ‘United Arab Emirates 50’ livery painted Boeing 777-300(ER) visits Dublin Airport

Eurowings restarts Dusseldorf to Dublin route

Aircraft Update:

OE-IWS Boeing 737-800 c/n 42086 ICBC Financial Leasing Ferried Dublin-Shannon 21/09/21 ex LV-IQZ for Transavia France.

OE-IWT Boeing 737-800 c/n 42087 ICBC Financial Leasing Ferried Dublin-Shannon 21/09/21 ex LV-ITK for Transavia France.

OE-IWU Boeing 737-800 c/n 42278 ICBC Financial Leasing  Ferried Dublin-Shannon 22/09/21 ex LV-ITK for Transavia France.

SE-RYL Boeing 737-8 c/n 42825 Norwegian Air Sweden Ferried Dublin-Bergen-Montréal-Mojave 17-21/09/21 for storage ex EI-FYC.

Global Aviation News:

Embraer’s Eve and Helipass partner to expand UAM operations in France and beyond
Read more:

EU Commission approves award of slots at Paris-Orly airport to Vueling in context of Air France’s recapitalisation
Read more:

First Air France Airbus A320 refitted with Safran ECOS Shelf Bins
Read more:

IAG not planning to tap investors for funds
Read more:

IATA Statement on the US Decision to Lift COVID-19 Travel Restrictions from Certain Countries
Read more:

Jet-Leasing Godfather Udvar-Hazy Warns Boeing, Airbus Over Glut
Read more:

Lufthansa reports jump in bookings by 40 percent as US travel ban lifted
Read more:

Nordica: opening direct lines from Tallinn unreasonable
Read more:

Irish Aviation News:

Airbus Brings the A220 to Dublin
Read more:

Aircraft and Related Services – Request for Tenders for the provision of Aircraft Related Services for Ordnance Survey Ireland
Read more:

Air France KLM Appoints New General Manager for UK & Ireland
Read more:

Dublin airline retail firm signs up US carriers Breeze and Frontier
Read more:

Ireland’s challenge to remain at the centre of the aviation industry
Read more:

PLAY to receive four Airbus neo aircraft from GECAS’ orderbook
Read more:

Ryanair DAC CEO Eddie Wilson: Lauda Europe will grow strongly in next few years 
Read more:

Squawk 7000 News – September 20th, 2021

Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell EasyJet is expanding its seasonal bases in Faro, Malaga and Palma de Mallorca with 5 additional locally based aircraft next summer.

@ByERussell Good timing for @lufthansa to forecast in its capital increase slide deck that the U.S. would “follow” other countries in reopening to vaccinated travellers before the end of the year.

@ByERussell Startup Fly Play has finalized a LOI with GECAS for 4 aircraft: 3 A320neos and 1 A321neo. Deliveries will occur from Fall 2022 to Spring 2023.

@ByERussell The DOT’s slot usage waiver for domestic flights is set to expire on Oct. 30. American Airlines departures from @Reagan_Airport  jump from ~187/day the week before, to ~254/day the week after, per Cirium. You can be sure that’s not demand driven. h/t @WandrMe.

@ByERussell U.S. airlines will have to fly essentially all of their slots at New York LaGuardia and Washington National this winter.

Video Picks:

Air France-KLM To Add Capacity as U.S. Eases Travel Restrictions

Air India gets financial bids for stake sale; Tata Sons, Spice Jet among suitors

Indigo Airlines CEO Ronojoy Dutta speaks exclusively to NDTV about new non-stop international routes on it’s A320/A321neo aircraft

Ryanair Lifts Growth Target to 50% Above Pre-Covid Levels

The world’s first sustainable and scalable air transport business.


About the Author

Comments are closed.

Back to Top ↑