Published on September 27th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/09/2021

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:

Aer Lingus Airbus A321LR EI-LRH Enters Revenue Service

First Buzz Boeing 737-8200 delivered to Dublin Airport

Kazakhstan’s FlyArystan registers first aircraft in Ireland

Aircraft Update:

A6-FMS Boeing 737-8 c/n 60994 FlyDubai Delivered Boeing Field-Shannon-Amman 22-23/09/21.

EI-EKA Boeing 737-8AS c/n 35022 Aircastle Ferried Lasham-Shannon-Castellón 23/09/21.

N233GE Boeing 737-86N c/n 38030 GECAS Ferried Tainan-Seoul-Nursultan Nazarbayev International-Ostrava-Shannon 17-24/09/21.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus to deliver U.S.-completed commercial aircraft with Sustainable Aviation Fuel
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AirAsia confident of interstate and international travel revival in the near future
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Atlas Air Worldwide Announces New ACMI Contract with FedEx
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Boeing Forecasts China’s 20-year Commercial Airplane Market Valued at Nearly $1.5 trillion
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BA to operate just two short-haul routes from Gatwick
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EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren: Low Cost “Doesn’t Mean Low Quality”
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Emirates becomes first airline to implement IATA Travel Pass across six continents
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European airlines hail long-awaited North Atlantic reopening
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Jet2 reports soaring confidence in travel with abolition of traffic light system
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus CEO Lynne Embleton on IATA Insight Debate panel World Air Transport Summit 
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America Re-Opens: Irish Trade Reaction
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American Airlines to operate three class Boeing 787-8 on Philadelphia to Shannon route
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Dublin aircraft lessor Avolon in talks with major airlines following Brazilian electric air taxi deal
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Dublin Airport In The Running For Exemplary Energy Performance Award
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Irish Aviation Authority Strategy Statement 2022-2024 Stakeholder Consultation 
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Irish Government putting ‘money on table’ to incentivise airlines to restore routes
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“I tried to buy Wizz from him three or four times, but we could never agree on a price” – Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary 
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Ryanair Launches 4 New Dublin Routes For Winter 2021
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Ryanair to base two more aircraft in Zagreb next summer

Tweet Picks:

@AirFranceKLM “We are already seeing demand levels go up, particularly for the Christmas holiday period” said our #AirFranceKLM CEO Ben Smith on the effect of the reopening of US borders at Skift Global Forum. #SkiftForum.

@ByERussell All of the 18 new cities that Southwest has added during the pandemic are performing “at or above the plans we had,” says incoming CEO Jordan. $LUV #SkiftForum.

@ByERussell Delta could order more A220s, and possibly add the 737 Max to its fleet, said CEO Bastian this week. $DAL $BA.

@ByERussell IAG is revisiting its provisional order for 200 737 Maxes, opening the door to a potential Airbus win, reports @timhepher.

@ByERussell “I believe we will get back to 100% or more  [of business travel] sometime in 2022, or 2023,” says American CEO Parker. That’s one of the more optimistic outlooks for the business travel recoveries among airlines. $AAL.

Video Picks:

Air Baltic Airbus A220 cockpit view Dublin

Airbnb CEO Says There Will Be a New Golden Age of Travel

Airbus More Confident Daily in Hydrogen Plane Delivery: CEO

Airbus Summit 2021 – Day 1

EUROCONTROL Stakeholder Forum on sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs)


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