Published on October 6th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/10/2021

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 5 October

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 October

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5 October

North American Newsletter 5 October

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-FHW Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39007 Flyr at Ostrava 01/10/21 to become LN-DYS.

N529AC Boeing 737-8AS(F) c/n 29925 ASL Airlines Ireland (Prime Air) Ferried Jinan-Nur Sultan-Leipzig-Shannon 27-28/09/21.

OE-LAR Airbus A320-214 c/n 8748 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Kuala Lumpur-Bandaranaike International-Al Bateen-Cairo-Prague 27-28/09/21 ex PK-LZJ.

Global Aviation News:

Aeroporti di Roma launches open innovation programme to reinvent the airport experience
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Air NZ trials eco-service ware in bid to reduce plastic inflight
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Emirates and Qantas extend partnership to help boost recovery of international travel
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Global Crossing Airlines Announces LOIs for Three A320 aircraft
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HNA restructuring advances with $5.7bn airline funding
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IATA Economics’ Chart of the Week  US-Europe reopening followed by surge in bookings
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Lufthansa offers additional flights to sunny destinations for autumn holidaysRead more:

Newark slots opened to LCCs to boost competitionRead more:

PLAY has added Amsterdam to its winter scheduleRead more:

Irish Aviation News:

Aergo Capital announces the financing of two widebody aircraft on lease to Iberia
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A tale of two airlines: Pandemic leaves Aer Lingus and Ryanair in very different places [Paywall]
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Aviation must be at the heart of any plan to reboot the economy – Joe Gill [Paywall]
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Avolon to Become Major Player in the Global Air Cargo Market
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Global airlines are past ‘deepest point’ of COVID-19 crisis, says IATA’s Willie Walsh
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New Shannon Group Chairperson Pádraig Ó Céidigh aiming to restore pre-pandemic traffic at airport By 2024
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Relaxation of US travel ban a potential game changer for Irish tourismRead more:

Squawk 7000 News – October 4th, 2021

Tweet Picks:

@airinsight .@IATA Willie Walsh raging over air navigation service providers and airports passing on lost revenues to airlines, with @HeathrowAirport raising charges by 90%.

@ByERussell “Strong demand in cargo is not really satisfactory for us. I would really like passenger demand to come back up because that is the bulk of the business for us, and for the health of the industry,” says Korean Air Chairman and CE Walter Cho on an AvWeek webinar this morning.

@ByERussell “This is not a jet industry after 2030,” says @jonostrower on the future of lift in the regional airline sector at RAA. Turboprops, electric or otherwise, are the focus of nearly all new aircraft development.

@ByERussell “The success of this capital raise … will enable EasyJet to strengthen its balance sheet and accelerate its post-Covid 19 recovery plan,” says EasyJet CEO Johan Lundgren.

@David_Slotnick Airbus’ projections of viable hydrogen-fuelled aircraft by 2035 is “ambitious,” Willie Walsh believes, noting that the European plane maker continues to stand by that timeline.

Video Picks:

Aer Lingus Chief Digital and Information Officer (CDIO) Dave O’Donovan How they transformed their payment infrastructure with Endava

Australia to Lift Bans on International Travel in November

E175-E2’s Exterior Noise Levels

Minister Michael McGrath Visiting The Runway Reconstruction Site at Cork Airport

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