Published on October 4th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/09/2021

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 Restores Dublin to Toronto route connectivity

Blue Islands announces new Jersey to Dublin route for Summer 2022

British Airways A320Neo in Better World livery visits Dublin Airport 

Aircraft Update:

EI-DAM Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33719 Ryanair Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Lasham 30/09/21.

EI-DAN Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33549 Ryanair Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Lasham 29/09/21.

EI-GWL Airbus A320-232 c/n 5027 Macquarie AirFinance Registered at Toulouse-Francazal 29/09/21 ex VT-IEP.

Global Aviation News:

A380 flies again: Qatar to bring back the superjumbo from November
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airBaltic Launches Flights to Dubai
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Airbus delivers first of 60 A220s to Air France
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Airbus to Supply Italian Airline ITA’s Fleet
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Air France-KLM May Split Narrow-Body Order as Talks Heat Up
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Air Lease Corporation Announces Lease Placement of 31 New Airbus Aircraft with ITA
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American Airlines and IndiGo Announce Codeshare Agreement Providing More Options and Seamless Connectivity Across India
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Boeing to Add 767-300BCF Conversion Lines at GAMECO to Meet Strong Market Demand
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Brand USA Ready to Welcome Restless Global Travelers Ahead of a Funding Boost
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COMAC predicts China to become world’s largest aviation market by 2040 
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Croatia Airlines puts focus on secondary cities in shifting strategy
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Minister makes forecast for recovery of Georgia’s tourism sector
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Seven principles agreed between G7 leaders to build a long-lasting recovery for the international travel sector
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus increases Belfast City winter uplift to London Heathrow, Manchester and Edinburgh
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CAR Decision on Revised Reference Period 3 (RP3) Performance Plan for Air Navigation Services in Ireland, 2020-2024
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Data Protection Information Notice for the COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form
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easyJet Extends Flight Schedule From Belfast City
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Fitch Assigns Expected Rating of ‘BB(EXP)’ to Castlelake Aviation; Outlook Stable
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Ireland West Airport welcomes news of Aer Lingus return to the airport in December
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Interview: Viva executive chairman Declan Ryan
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ITIC Says Relaxation of US Travel Ban Is A ”Gamechanger” for Irish Tourism
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Targeting luxury travel business for Northern Ireland
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Tweet Picks:

@AeronewsGlobal F-HZUA “Le Bourget”, @airfrance’s 1st A220-300. 5 more to arrive by the end of 2021. By 2025, Air France will have integrated the 60 A220-300s ordered to replace A318s, A319s & several A320s. AF’s A220-300 has 2-class 148 seats (3-2 layout). It offers inflight Wi-Fi service. 1/2.

@AeronewsGlobal From 31 October 2021, @airfrance’s @Airbus A220-300 will fly to Berlin, Barcelona, Madrid, Milan-Linate and Venice. During the 2021-2022 winter season, the aircraft will gradually extend its network to Bologna, Rome, Lisbon and Copenhagen. 2/2 @AirFranceFR @skyteam.

@AirbusInTheUS We are celebrating with @FlyFrontier in Mobile, Alabama today! We have delivered our 250th #A320 Family aircraft from our U.S. Manufacturing Facility – An #A320neo featuring Joaquin the Kit Fox. Congratulations to our team “down south” for this momentous accomplishment!!!.

@ByERussell Akbar Al Baker once described Qatar Airways purchase of the A380 as its “biggest mistake” ever. Now the superjumbos will return, potentially as soon as November. @Exec_Traveller.

@ByERussell It’s exciting to see another major European A220 operator. The plane is really gaining traction on the continent.  ITA will operate 22 under the agreements signed today.

Video Picks:

Airfares are going up, with less seats from Dublin – Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson

‘Airline of the Year’ by Skytrax for a Record Sixth Time | Qatar Airways

Airline executives to meet in person for first time in two years

Airlines seeing shortage of aircraft mechanics

Airlines: The Leadership Discussion 


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