Published on October 27th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/10/2021

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 26 October

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 26 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 26 October

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 26 October

North American Newsletter 26 October

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Rebuilds Dublin Airport Hub connectivity

Kazakhstan’s Air Astana commences re-registering fleet in Ireland

Ryanair Group increasingly deploying Boeing 737-8200 ‘Gamechanger’ aircraft on Irish route network

Aircraft Update:

EI-KHA Embraer 190-E2 c/n 19020012 Air Astana  Registered at Almaty International 21/10/21 ex P4-KHA.

EI-STC Boeing 737-476(F) c/n 24446 ASL Airlines Ireland Transferred at Bari 21/10/21 ex HA-FAZ.

LN-DYM Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39005 Norwegian Air Shuttle AOC Re-Registered at Copenhagen 23/10/21 ex EI-FHZ.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada To Resume Service And Increase Capacity To Key Destinations in South America
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British Airways To Welcome Back Its A380 As It Launches Its Biggest Schedule Since March 2020
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Emirates clinches four gongs at the World Travel Awards 2021
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Finnair Pivots To US Market While Awaiting Asia’s Recovery
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Shaping the future of travel through innovation  – JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes
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Swedavia to launch additional terminal at Stockholm Arlanda Airport
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The A380 is mounting a bit of a comeback
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United Airlines in Talks With Dulles Airport to Make Overdue Concourse Upgrades
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus partners with British Airways Holidays from Manchester Airport
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Commission for Aviation Regulation Draft Decision on the Second Interim Review of the 2019 Determination in relation to 2022
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Amedeo And AURA AERO Announce A Strategic Partnership Agreement And A Letter Of Intent To Purchase 200 Electric Regional Aircraft (‘ERA’)
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Avolon And Japan Airlines Partner To Create eVTOL Ride Sharing Business In Japan
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Cityjet fleet to expand as it seeks new opportunities
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IATA Director General Willie Walsh Speech at UK Aviation Club, London Oct 2021
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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines to double its daily service to Amsterdam Schiphol from Cork Airport
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Ryanair Restores 100% Of Cork’s Pre-Pandemic Traffic For Summer ’22
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Tweet Picks:

@airkarp .@AlaskaAir CEO Ben Minicucci says ‘pent up leisure demand’ is bringing ‘passengers back to the sky,’ adds the airline will reach its ‘pre-COVID size no later than next summer & then grow from there.’

@ByERussell Transatlantic demand has been holding at 2019 levels and, yesterday (Tuesday), was up 19% y/2y, says United Commercial Chief Andrew Nocella.  He adds that transatlantic business travel demand now matches domestic business demand. $UAL.

@ByERussell Demand for United’s premium economy product has been strong, says Nocella. The airline will retrofit its remaining 767s with the cabin and install Premium Plus on its A321XLRs — the implication was in addition to Polaris — when they begin arriving in 2024. $UAL.

@ByERussell On a more exciting note, United plans to fly 5% more capacity in 2022 than in 2019 driven by international flying. That some confidence in the recovery. $UAL.

@ByERussell “In recent weeks, sales on international flights to and from Sydney have outstripped sales on domestic flights,” says Qantas CEO Alan Joyce. The pent-up demand is real.

Video Picks:

A lack of sustainable aviation could impact food prices: Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary

Alaska Airlines CEO Ben Minicucci: We had a very measured approach in bringing back our capacity

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker: Business travel rebound will bring return to profitability

Delta CEO Ed Bastian Expects Full N.Y. Schedule by Next Summer

‘Exercise Juliet’ Emergency Crash Exercise at Shannon Airport


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