Published on September 30th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/09/2021

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-SLP ATR72-212 c/n 461 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Shannon-Toulouse-Francazal 17/09/21 after storage.

EI-STW Boeing 737-476(F) c/n 24446 ASL Airlines Ireland First Service 17/09/21 after transfer ex HA-FAZ.

G-EILA Airbus A330-302 c/n 1106 Aer Lingus UK Ferried Dublin-Manchester 18/09/21 ex EI-ELA.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus begins “stuffing” A220 to speed assembly, cut costs
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Air Lease Corporation Announces Delivery of First of 13 New Boeing 737 Aircraft to Alaska Airlines
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Aviation Capital Group Announces Delivery of A320neo to Air Travel
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Emirates to restart flights to London Gatwick with daily service in December
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Embraer’s New China Market Outlook Predicts Regional Aircraft to lead the way in the Post-Epidemic Era
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Finnair moves forward with refinancing plan: sale and leaseback agreement for four A350 aircraft closed for cash proceeds in excess of $400 millionRead more:

Lufthansa Group airlines see an overwhelming boom in demand for flights to the USA
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Mammoth Freighters Adds Widebody MRO Facility to B777 Cargo Conversion Program Initiative
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MoCA to set up unified platform for testing and verification of vaccine certificates
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Irish Aviation News:

Highways in the sky: Avolon to launch ridesharing network
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Is the aviation sector ready for the return of transatlantic travel? – Captain Simon Croghan Vice President of the Irish Airline Pilots Association 

Jet2 Restarts Flights and Holidays to Turkey from Belfast
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Maurice Shiels Appointed as New Head of Sales with Click&Go
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Midlands CEO Says Aviation Industry Needs To Consolidate
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Ryanair eyes aggressive expansion in Ukraine
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Ryanair Launches Extra Flights For October Mid-Term
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Sirius Closes First Bank Facility With Deutsche Bank To Finance 5 Aircraft
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Six West’s New Regional Offices Up And Running Shannon
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Boeing 737-8 MAX to FlyDubai
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Tweet Picks:

@theaeronetwork Neos lists 6 round-trip Milan Malpensa – Rome – Amritsar charters with 787-9 between Sep and Nov 2021.

@theaeronetwork Qatar Airways once again schedules A330-300 passenger flight, operating Doha – Cairo during the month of October 2021.

@theaeronetwork Russian carrier Utair is expanding “Sleeping Row” service to Moscow Vnukovo – Irkutsk route. The Boeing 767 aircraft with Sleeping Row service, a whole block of middle 4 seats (of 2-4-2), already serves Moscow Vnukovo – Anadyr route.

@vl_bryan Berlin #airport reckons #pax numbers will remain stable until end of October. No plans to open T2 this year. Its two runways will continue to be used alternately (not in parallel) “until further notice”  #BER.

@WandrMe Really interesting to see the Frontier Caribbean route network evolution over the past few years. Expect to add 4 more this coming winter. Higher margins and strong demand driving the moves. #CaribAvia $ULCC.

Video Picks:

C295 Flight Test Bed 2 – Clean Sky 2

Expedia Group CEO on the state of business, foreign travel

Meet the Fleet – A220

Minister of Tourism to Airlines Get Ready

Morgan Stanley’s bullish call on Joby Aviation: Niche, green flying machine


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