Published on October 20th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/10/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

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

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 October

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 October

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18 October

North American Newsletter 18 October

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

EI-EDY Airbus A330-302 Aer Lingus Transferred to Aer Lingus UK as G-EIDY

EI-ENB Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair DAC Transferred to Ryanair UK as G-RUKC

EI-SIA Airbus A320neo SAS Ireland restored to Irish Registry

Aircraft Update:

EI-AZB Boeing 737-8AS(F) c/n 29925 ASL Airlines Ireland registered at Shannon 12/10/21 ex N529AC.

EI-DAM Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33719 ASL Airlines Belgium Ferried Lasham-Novosibirsk International 14/10/21.

EI-GWV Boeing 737-7K2 c/n 38127 Eznis Airways Ferried Lagos-Bodrum-Ulaanbaatar 14/15-10/21 after wet-lease to Arik Air.

Global Aviation News:

Air India revival will help boost Delhi airport hub traffic, says DIAL chief
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Australian ULCC Bonza to fire up the domestic fare war
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Boeing: The Next Evolution Aircraft Launch Is Close
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Emirates brings exclusive HBO Max premium
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Sun Country Airlines Holdings, Inc. Announces Launch of Secondary Public Offering of Common Stock

Tata Power re-enacts India’s first commercial flight flown by JRD Tata in 1932
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Triumph Selected To Support The Sine Draco A321-200 SDF Freighter Conversion Program
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Vistara lessor looks to set up aircraft-leasing unit in GIFT City
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Virgin Atlantic hunts new chairman as London listing plan takes flight
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Irish Aviation News:

Aircastle Limited (AYR) CEO Michael Inglese on Q2 2021 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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A new aviation flight training partnership for DCU with the National Flight Centre
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Council to mark Amelia Earhart trans-Atlantic flight anniversary
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Croatia Airlines to launch Osijek to Dublin route 
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Covid-19: Taxpayers funding compensation for holidaymakers
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daa Welcomes Immediate €90 Million Aviation Package To Help Ireland Rebuild Vital Connectivity In Budget 2022
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EU Digital COVID Certificate Third Country portal – extension to Great Britain
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IATA DG Willie Walsh expects a permanent shift in air cargo’s importance to aviation
Read more: and Jet2holidays Boost October Capacity to the Canary Islands from Belfast International Airport
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Tweet Picks:

@BenPBradshaw Switch from PCR to Lateral Flow tests for travel is welcome, but the rest of Europe requires no testing for the fully vaccinated & this still leaves the U.K. with the most onerous & restrictive travel rules in Europe. Need to watch lateral flow price inflation too.

@ByERussell ITA bought the Alitalia name not to use it but to keep someone else from doing so.

@ByERussell “Nearly 600 days since the introduction of the US travel ban, this is a pivotal moment for the entire travel industry,” says @British_Airways CEO Sean Doyle.

@Exec_Traveller Singapore Airlines will operate VTL services from Amsterdam, Barcelona, Copenhagen, London, Los Angeles, Milan, New York, Paris, and Rome starting 19 October 2021, ahead of VTL services from Seoul beginning on 16 November 2021.
@LuxuryTravelled A round of applause for matching

@Ryanair (on Amman), once again  @wizzair determined to tread on other toes first, before forging their own market.  Ryanair already fly/or have announced: Amman – Milan Bergamo, Budapest, Rome Ciampino & Vienna.

Video Picks:

Boeing orders outpace cancellations

Delta CEO Bastian on airline’s profitable quarter, international travel

EasyJet sees big loss, but says travel is back

Embraer E175-E2’s Exterior Noise Levels

JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes Expects to Turn a Profit Next Year


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