Published on October 8th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/10/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

National Institute of Management and Research Studies (NIMR) Guest Lecture  

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:

OE-LAS Airbus A320-214 c/n 8798 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried  Kuala Lumpur-Bandaranaike International-Al Bateen-Cairo-Prague 27-28/09/21 ex PK-LZK.

OE-LCB Airbus A320-214 c/n 8942 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Kuala Lumpur-Bandaranaike International-Al Bateen-Cairo-Prague 27-28/09/21 ex PK-LZL.

PK-GEP Boeing 737-8AS c/n 29931 Garuda Indonesia Ferried Jakarta-Guam-Honolulu-Brown Field Municipal-Arkansas International 19-22/09/21 ex EI-CSR.

Global Aviation News:

Airline passengers to wear masks for two more years, Emirates Group Security SVP Zack Zainal Abidin predicts
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Airlines In China To Receive $239 Million Subsidies For Domestic Regional Operations
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Alaska Airlines launches new codeshare agreement with Iberia Airlines
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Business travel to bounce back by end of 2022, Emirates’ Tim Clark says
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By 2024, the battle of the skies could well be between Tata Air India and Indigo
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Calgary’s South Asian community pushes for direct flight to India
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COMAC predicts China to become world’s largest aviation market by 2040
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Delta and Lufthansa Seek Partnership With Alitalia Successor ITA
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Destinations reliant on ‘proximity markets’ in Covid recovery
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Dubai’s Emirates airline secures $750m sales-backed loan
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Irish Aviation News:

Cross-border breakthrough by researchers in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland for aircraft manufacturing 
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FedEx Express drone lands at Irish port, kicking off key month of testing
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Fitch Expects to Rate Castlelake’s Senior Unsecured Notes ‘BB(EXP)’
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FPG Amentum arranges sale of one American Airlines A321NEO
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Genesis orders two 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters
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Recovery in overseas travel gathers pace – CSO 
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Shannon Airport’s New Initiative Designed to Highlight Air Services & Stimulate Hotel Bookings
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Tweet Picks:

@globaltimesnews COMAC said that six C919 airplanes are being tested orderly while the development of the CR929 long-range wide-body airplane is progressing smoothly with close cooperation between Chinese and Russian teams.

@lesliejosephs Airline industry losses in 2021 will likely fall to $52B and $12B next year, down from $138B last year, @IATA Director General Willie Walsh says. “We’re past the deepest point in the crisis.” #IATAAGM.

@SpaethFlies Price hikes of “apocalyptic proportions” by ANSPs and airports threaten airline’s recovery says @IATA CEO Willie Walsh #IATAAGM.

@WandrMe Both Walsh and Hayes suggest that mask requirements should (eventually) be removed once it no longer is helping reduction of cases. But Hayes also says not ready yet, at least in the USA. Walsh reiterates that the rule should not exist “one day longer than necessary.”

@WandrMe The comments this morning by @IATA CEO Willie Walsh accusing airports of gouging airlines hit a nerve. @ACIWorld issued a statement noting the high fixed costs, lack of govt support in many cases. But didn’t specifically dispute the rate increases Walsh cited. #IATAAGM.

Video Picks:

Airline Industry Targets Net-Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050

Airlines see rosier 2022, make new climate pledge

Airline valuations beginning to look attractive: Barclays analyst

IATA: Airline industry to lose $51.8B in 2021

In the Making: First #A220 to Air France


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