Published on November 1st, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/11/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Awarded Airbus A330-200 Sale Mandate

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:

G-EIDY Airbus A330-302 Aer Lingus UK positions to Manchester as new Barbados service commences

SE-RYL Boeing 737 MAX 8 Norwegian Departs Dublin Airport

Vueling Airlines connects Ireland to Paris Orly in Winter 2021 

Aircraft Update:

EI-DCI Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33567 Ryanair Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Lasham 18/10/21 on return to lessor.

G-EIDY Airbus A330-302 c/n 1025 Aer Lingus UK Position Dublin-Manchester 19/10/21 ex EI-EDY.

G-JECX DHC8-402 c/n 4155 Nordic Aviation Capital at Maastricht 15/10/21.

Global Aviation News:

As Europe Travel Roars Back, American Airlines Mulls Its 787 Deliveries And Its Summer Schedule
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IAG offers concessions to allay EU concerns over Air Europa deal
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New Software Capability Gets Planes Rolling Directly to the Runway, Reducing Fuel Burn & Taxi Time
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Qantas To Fly Kangaroo Route To London Via Darwin
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United Adds Five New Flights from the U.S. to London
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United Announces New Shuttle Schedule Between Newark Liberty and Reagan National Airports Starting on October 31 with Customer Favourite Dual-Class CRJ-550
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Union Civil Aviation Minister Shri Jyotiraditya Scindia releases Krishi UDAN 2.0
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Volotea Wins Territorial Continuity For The Sardinian Routes
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Irish Aviation News:

City of Derry Airport bolsters links with Scottish capital
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Clare Govt TD Cathal Crowe Believes Shannon Aviation Bounce Back Will Be Far Quicker Than First Thought
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Cut in air passenger duty welcomed by Northern Ireland business
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Fitch Rates GTLK Europe’s Guaranteed Notes Final ‘BB+’

IATA Director General Willie Walsh says ‘Open Skies’ will be beneficial to Africa
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Portuguese Ministry Of Infrastructure Unlawfully Block Ryanair From Operating Moroccan Routes
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United Airlines to Resume Seasonal Services Between Dublin Airport and the U.S. for 2022
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Tweet Picks:

@airchive Breeze’s initial A220-300 features a two-class cabin layout with 126 seats: 36 premium seats, 80 standard legroom seats, and 10 extra legroom seats. The LOPA is dynamic, allowing quick reconfigurations based on market demand.

@airchive This is the first of 80 A220s ordered by @BreezeAirways. Schedule to enter service by early Q2 2022 once 5 examples are on property. Breeze will be taking one per month.  MX will be world’s largest operator of A220-300.

@airchive We will fly A220 up to 18 hours per day which could be 3 transcons. With that utilization, they can do variable flying and park it on less traffic days. A220 can operate longer routes from existing bases and new bases out west. But could overlap some existing Embraer routes.

@airchive Nicest First Class seat could be $25 or $50 up charge over Nicer. This isn’t a legacy airline like 3X cost play. Reconfiguring the cabin gives us Flexibility that will be the key.

@ByERussell Air New Zealand maintains its plans to launch nonstop Auckland-New York flights, and plans to resume service to Chicago and Houston based on demand, CEO Greg Foran said during the airline’s annual shareholders meeting on Thursday.

Video Picks:

Alan Joyce: Resumption of international travel the best Qantas news in two years

JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes: We were pleased with the quarter and see slow recovery of our business travel

Malaysia aims to welcome international tourists in November, says tourism minister

Ryanair launches a new suite of digital customer improvements

United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby Says Higher Fuel Prices Will Show Up in Fares


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