Published on September 28th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/09/2021

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 27 September

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 September

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 27 September

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 27 September

North American Newsletter 27 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:

EI-SIB Airbus A320-251N c/n 7951 SAS Airlines Ireland Re-transferred 25/09/21 ex SE-DYD.

OY-JZH ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1177 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Bandar Udara International-Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah-Seletar Airport 23-24/09/21 ex PK-TNH.

9H-VUK Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62321 Malta Air Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin24/09/21 in Ryanair colours.

Global Aviation News:

Brand USA’s Chris Thompson on getting the news that the U.S. will reopen borders
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British Airways Abandons Plan for New Short-Haul Unit at Gatwick
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Competition will give us an extra edge – Etihad Aviation Group CEO Tony Douglas
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Corendon Airlines reports ‘bookings spike’ as it launches new 2022 Dalaman, Bodrum and Antalya routes
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Delta Considers the 737 Max for First Boeing Order in a Decade
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Eve and Bristow enter partnership to develop UAM capabilities with an order of up to 100 eVTOLs
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Finnair and Turkish Airlines launch code shares, enabling more choice for travellers
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FLYR Labs, maker of airline software, raises $150 million
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KLM to serve more US destinations this winter
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Irish Aviation News:

American Holidays See “Substantial Increase” in Queries for US Holidays Following Lifting of US Travel Ban
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Avalon ‘could wait five years’ before placing a plane order, says chief commercial officer of leasing giant
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Clare Tourism And Travel Reps Expect Demand For US Flights To Take Off As Travel Ban To Be Lifted
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Cost of foreign holidays set to rise due to pent-up demand
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Cork travel agent seeing huge increase in last minute holiday bookings
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Easyjet CEO Johan Lundgren tells Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary to focus on running own airline
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Flyr chief Maurice Mason on radar in land of the fjords
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Government Willing To Put Money On The Table For Strategic Routes At Shannon Airport
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell LATAM Airlines saw an eye-popping 350% jump in Brazil-U.S. bookings after the Biden administration said it would ease travel restrictions. The airline is just the latest to report a surge in U.S. demand.

@ByERussell Northern Pacific Airways, the long-haul start-up from the leadership of Ravn Alaska, has purchased its first six Boeing 757s.  The airline plans to connect points in the U.S. and Asia via an Anchorage hub.

@ByERussell Swiss is “observing a strong increase in demand for leisure, visiting-friends-and-relatives and above all business air travel in the short term,” commercial chief Tamur Goudarzi Pour said of the easing of U.S. travel restrictions.

@ByERussell “The easing of travel restrictions is a clear positive in the reopening theme. We would note the big winners should be American, Delta, and United,” writes MKM Partners Analyst Conor Cunningham on the easing of U.S. travel restrictions.  He expects a pick up in holiday bookings.

@business The aviation industry faces yet more trouble as the world emerges from the worst of the pandemic to find there’s now likely to be a shortage of pilots.

Video Picks:

Airbus Summit 2021 – Day 2

American Airlines CEO believes U.S. allowing foreign travellers will encourage more vaccinations

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker discusses the path forward for the airline industry

Assessing The Demand For Travel: American Airlines (AAL)

BA Better World | Net Zero


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