Published on October 29th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/10/2021

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-DAM Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33719 ASL Airlines Belgium Ferried Lasham-Novosibirsk International-Jinan 19-20/10/21 prior cargo conversion.

SP-RZA Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62314 Buzz Delivered Dublin-Krakow 26/10/21.

9H-VUO Boeing 737-8200 c/n 65884 Malta Air Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 26/10/21 in Ryanair colours.

Global Aviation News:

Philippine Airlines Inc. (PAL) Receives U.S. Court Approval to Access US$505 Million in Debtor-in-Possession (“DIP”) Financing
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Porter CEO: E195-E2 fleet will focus on transcon routes, not Caribbean
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Profit expected early in turnaround of Teesside airport
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Qantas to launch non-stop Delhi-Sydney flights
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Short-Haul Is ‘Game Of Costs,’ SAS CEOAnko van der Werff Says 
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Singapore Airlines To Launch Seasonal Flights From Vancouver And Seattle
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SWISS offers attractive range of destinations in its winter schedules
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The runway extension of Brussels South Charleroi Airport is inaugurated, paving the way for long-haul flights
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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon 2021 Third Quarter Results
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Azorra adds another A220 to its portfolio
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CityJet looks at Airbus A220 and Embraer E2 [German]
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Cork Airport to complete runway refurb next month, says Coveney
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Disruptive Irish drone venture to displace 560,000 vehicles
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ÉireComposites and Spirit Aerosystems sign new multi-million aerospace contract
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LCI Delivers Two AW-139 Helicopters to Heligo
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Ryanair Launches Electric Handling In 11 Major European Airports
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SMBC Aviation Capital closes $500 million senior unsecured bond offering
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell American Airlines is launching its first EETC of 2021: a $592 million backed by 16 A321neos due from January-June 2022, and 5 E175s delivered in 2020. $AAL.

@ByERussell Corporates look to 2022 for a transatlantic business travel restart despite U.S. reopening on Nov. 8, writes @matt_parsons.

@ByERussell “If you can go transcon and pay an extra 50 bucks for first class, we think people will do that,” Breeze CEO and founder David Neeleman said of the airline’s premium-heavy A220 layout. @WandrMe.

@ByERussell While consumers could gain as much as $800 million from the American-JetBlue Northeast Alliance, one thing is clear: the pact gives JetBlue access to a deep pool of corporate accounts, writes @munnikrishnan.

@BrianSumers The new craze is premium leisure. @HawaiianAir wants in. It will put 34 flat-bed suites on its Boeing 787s, its COO said. That’s nearly twice as many as on its A330s. The 787s won’t get true premium economy, however. Might be a missed opportunity.

Video Picks:

Edmonton-based Flair Airlines adding 14 new routes in Canada and U.S.

Qantas Airways CEO Alan Joyce says airline can bring back all of its 22,000 employees

United Airlines shows a smaller-than-expected EPS loss

UK regulator caps London Heathrow fee-raising plan

What to watch in this season’s airline earnings: Jefferies’ Sheila Kahyaoglu


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