Published on November 3rd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief -03/11/2021

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-SIC Airbus A320-251N c/n 7979 SAS Airlines Registered at Stockholm Arlanda 29/10/21 ex SE-DYM.

F-WTBU Embraer 145 c/n 145043 ACIA Aero Capital Ferried Clermont-Ferrand-Casablanca-Ben Slimane 23/10/21 ex F-GRGD.

N877CS Boeing 737-86J(F) c/n 30877 Aircastle Ferried Jinan-Novosibirsk-Leipzig 30/10/21 ex HL8206.

Global Aviation News:

Allegiant Air, Sun Country Airlines: matching capacity with demand
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BA secures additional £1bn loan
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Emirates renews its commitment to Seychelles at Expo 2020
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Estonian govt to create new aviation group
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Expansion in transatlantic air freight capacity predicted as passengers return
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In time for the opening of the new base in Prague: Eurowings cooperates with Smartwings
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Looking forward to Indian carriers purchasing many more wide-bodied aircraft: Scindia
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How foreign airlines have kept Australia open through the pandemic
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JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes: Offsets a bridging strategy, not long term
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Norwegian Air Shuttle enters into agreements in principle to lease up to 13 Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft
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SkyTeam welcomes ITA Airways on board
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Irish Aviation News:

Ashbourne aerospace company to create 75 new jobs
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Aer Lingus launches 2022 Summer Schedule, Reconnecting Ireland to the World
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Dynam Announce SLB Transaction with Wizz Air
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Dublin Airport Launches Winter Season Programme
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Dublin based Aerlytix welcomes new head of business development Nancy Derby
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Flynn O’Driscoll LLP was named Aviation Leasing Legal Team of the Year at the Irish Law Awards 2021
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New carriers vital for future of Donegal Airport
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Northern Ireland £4.5m fund for air routes ‘could be extended’
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Ryanair plans to grow Zagreb operations, station Boeing 737-800s
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Alaska Airlines is donating a Q400 to ZeroAvia to support the development of a hydrogen fuel cell-powered 76-seat prop, via @dominicgates.

@ByERussell Speaking of @united, it looks like the carrier has picked up 5 more Heathrow slots for next summer. It will up frequencies to Denver (2 flights), Newark (7) and San Francisco (3), and launch planned Boston service in March 2022.

@ByERussell Spirit is evaluating some “network design changes,” including both the way aircraft and crews flow, to improve reliability after its August operational issues, says CEO Christie.  New crew bases are on the table, he adds. $SAVE.

@IBD_GRich $BA CEO says that more than 200 previously grounded 737 Max jets have been returned to service as 31 airlines have added the jet back in their fleets.

@IBD_GRich $BA had approximately 105 787s in its inventory at the end of Q3. Dreamliner delivery timing will be dependent on inspections and rework, customer fleet planning and work with the FAA.

Video Picks:

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T20 World Cup 2021 Livery Reveal | Emirates Airlines

United on largest international route expansion ever, travel recovery


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