Published on October 13th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/10/2021

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 11 October

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 October:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 11 October

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 11 October

North American Newsletter 11 October

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

EI-SIB Airbus A320neo SAS Ireland restored to Irish Registry

First Buzz Boeing 737-8200 delivered to Dublin Airport

Helvetic Airways Embraer E190-E2 operates first commercial service to Cork

Aircraft Update:

OE-IET Airbus A320-232 c/n 2689 Jackson Square Aviation Ferried Teruel-Istanbul 08/10/21 ex XU-720.

OE-IPV Boeing 737-8FZ c/n  29659 BBAM Leasing Ferried Prague-Shannon 10/10/21.

9A-IRM Airbus A320-214 c/n 3972 Klaatu Aircraft Leasing Registered at Zagreb 07/10/21 ex EI-GTR

Global Aviation News:

Porter CEO: E195-E2 fleet will focus on transcon routes, not Caribbean
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Qantas To Fly Kangaroo Route To London Via Darwin
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Royal Jordanian plans to nearly double in size over five years, chief says
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Singapore Airlines Announces Additional Flight Restorations: New York-Frankfurt And San Francisco-Hong Kong Services To Resume In November
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Southwest’s Incoming CEO Says Hiring, Growth Will Be Big Early Challenges
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Startup airline PLAY’s ambitious goal to position digital solutions at the forefront of its customer service strategy
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Sweden and Norway no longer advise against unnecessary travel
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SWISS offers attractive range of destinations in its winter schedules
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Tata Group to Acquire 100% Stake in Air India
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Irish Aviation News:

Portlaoise Plane makes triumphant return to Laois 
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Ryanair announces 11 new routes from Brussels South Charleroi in Winter 2021/2022 – Boeing 737 MAX 200 based in both Brussels Airport and Brussels South in Summer 2022
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Shannon Airport Authority is seeking a fencing contractor for the removal and replacement of 2.3 kilometres of Airport perimeter chain-link security fencing
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Single Party Framework Agreement for Legal Services for the IAA (Regulation division)
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Swissport chief Warwick Brady outlines ambitions for restructured handling giant
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The Big Interview: Emerald Airlines CEO Conor McCarthy [Paywall]
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The Open set for triumphant return to Royal Portrush and Northern Ireland in 2025
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The Minister and Ryanair management discussed matters on investment opportunities in Kaunas airport
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Tweet Picks:

@syoungreuters British Airways parent IAG has reopened a fresh competition between Airbus and Boeing for narrowbody jets, revisiting a large provisional order for 200 MAX jets that was never finalised, sources tell @timhepher #britishairways #airbus #boeing.

@thatjohn More efficient skies through better air traffic management are clearly a big win in terms of reducing aviation emissions. In terms of comparisons, the benefits of those 737 scimitar winglets are about 2% over the previous winglets. #AirbusSummit

@theaeronetwork British Airways has opened reservation on Aer Lingus operating service on Manchester – New York JFK and Manchester – Orlando route, from December 2021. BA filed codeshare flight numbers on AerLingus’ Trans-Atlantic service to/from Manchester since May 2021.

@theaeronetwork Eurowings Discover from 30SEP21 begins Frankfurt – Gran Canaria/Las Palmas service, 2-3 weekly with A330-200/-300 aircraft. From 31OCT21, service operated by A320, 5 weekly during winter.

@theaeronetwork Icelandair’s 737 MAX 9 aircraft is scheduled on Reykjavik Keflavik – Seattle route on regular basis along with the 757, from 11OCT21 to 28FEB22.

@27saurabhsinha India and Thailand working to create an air bubble so that commercial flights can resume between the two countries, says Thai Tourism officials. As of now, no direct commercial flights. Once allowed, Indian carriers looking at much-needed cashflow from Thai bookings @MoCA_GoI.

Video Picks:

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