Published on September 24th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/09/2021

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:

EI-EKB Boeing 737-8AS c/n 38494 Aircastle Ferried Lasham-Shannon-Castellón 21/09/21.

G-VMIK Airbus A330-223 c/n 432 Virgin Atlantic Ferried London Heathrow-Ireland West Airport 17/09/21 for storage.

9H-VUG Boeing 737-8200 c/n 65077 Malta Air Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 21/09/21 EI-HAV Ryanair not taken up.

Global Aviation News:

A Shortage of Pilots Looms as the Next Challenge for Airlines
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Aegean improves but remains worried
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airBaltic to Recruit 320 Additional Crew by Summer 2022
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Austrian Airlines offers 16 weekly connections to US
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Delta applauds US decision to reopen to travellers from abroad
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Dubai Airports Sees Doubling of Visitors in 2022 as Curbs Ease 
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easyJet bolsters investment in seasonal bases with five new aircraft across Malaga, Palma and Faro bases in 2022
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Finnair expands accessibility to the US from Stockholm Arlanda – adds new connections to Los Angeles and New York
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Former Virgin Australia executive heads new US airline start-up
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GoldJet Airways Sets flying
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Expects Further Consolidation in Leasing Sector
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Aer Lingus confirms December launch of nonstop routes from Manchester to the US
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American Airlines Set To Resume Shannon Transatlantic Services In May 2022
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Gol and Grupo Comporte Order 250 VA-X4 Zero Emissions Aircraft From Avolon
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Ireland’s aviation industry is starting to take off again with restrictions easing and vaccination progressing, passenger confidence is returning 
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Irish tourism officials in chase for €1bn of global conference business
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Ryanair says Boeing risks ceding European low-cost market to Airbus
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Boeing 737-8 MAX to FlyDubai
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Tweet Picks:

@AFnewsroom “By doing 100% of full continuous descent on our #ParisCDG mainbase, #AirFrance could potentially save 10 000 tons of fuel, 3 400 flight hours, which is huge for the environment” said L. Lafontan our SVP Flight Ops Technical Development about Albatross program at #AirbusSummit.

@airinsight .@airbus enters the UAM market with new City Airbus NextGen, it announces during #airbussummit. It includes the experience from two electric demonstrators. The OEM is highly committed to the market that could include 1.000 eVTOLs per customer.

@airkarp Spain’s Vueling gets the green light to take over 18 daily slots at Paris Orly (ORY) that were ceded by Air France to remedy competition concerns.

@ByERussell Cowen Analyst Helane Becker expects something of a “jailbreak” of travellers filling flights across the North Atlantic next summer following the U.S. easing travel restrictions.  

@ByERussell European airlines have taken the positive outlook torch from their U.S. peers for the fall, with Lufthansa saying a “sustained demand recovery” is at hand. ICYMI.

Video Picks:

Celebrating 23rd Anniversary of Yeti Airlines

China demand draws U.S. airline pilots

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Eddie Wilson & Leo Varadkar Q&A Air Flight Academy

How lifted US travel ban could impact international restrictions


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