Published on November 4th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/11/2021

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:

N411AE Airbus A320-214 c/n 1411 AerCap Ferried Goodyear-Lake Charles 01/11/21 for Avianca Colombia.

OE-LKR ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1466 GECAS Ferried Hyderabad-Muscat-Cairo-Athens 30-10/-01/11/21 ex XY-AMS.

OE-LKU ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1474 GECAS Ferried Hyderabad-Muscat-Cairo-Athens 30-10/-01/11/21 ex XY-AMT.

Global Aviation News:

Emirates celebrates Diwali with special treats on-board all flights to India
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Emirates’ first retired A380 to be repurposed in the UAE
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Global Crossing Airlines Inducts First A321 for Cargo Conversion and Outlines Near Term Fleet and Growth Plans
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Lufthansa Group leases further Airbus A350-900 long-haul aircraft
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Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (NWARF) CEO Geir Karlsen on Q3 2021 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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SIA signs MOU with United Airlines in move that could lead to more arrivals at Changi
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The Emirates ICC Men’s T20 World Cup A380 livery makes its debut, capturing the energy and spirit of the long-awaited tournament
Read more: Air And Viva Aerobus Sign First

Interline Agreement Between Two Low-Cost Carriers In Latin AmericaRead more:

Zagreb Airport sees untapped French potential
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus launches first non-stop transatlantic service from Manchester to Barbados
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ÉireComposites, Spirit AeroSystems sign multi-million aerospace contract
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Eoghan Corry: 2022 ‘all to play for’ in air travel 
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Griffin Global Asset Management Continues to Expand Senior Management Team in Support of Growth
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Loganair departs Donegal Airport for last time
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Lyons leads drive to restart overseas tourism to Northern Ireland in 2022, at world’s largest travel fair
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Ryanair Announces Winter 2021 Schedule To/From London
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Ryanair Holdings plc. (RYAAY) CEO Michael O’Leary on Q2 2022 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Tweet Picks:

@airlinewriter TSA figures: Travelers screened last month trailed October 2019 by 20.7%, a slight improvement over August and September. Average was 1.84 million people a day.

@_ArjanMeijer We’re sending best wishes to Western Air on its 20th anniversary today. The Bahamas-based airline has 4 #ERJ145s that connect the Caribbean. #Embraer.

@ByERussell “We think they’re deluded,” said Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary Monday on Boeing’s pricing for the Max 10.Remember talks broke down on a potential Ryanair Max 10 order in September.

@JM_Scindia I thank Lieutenant Governor of Ladakh, Shri Radha Krishna Mathur Ji for lowering VAT on Air Turbine Fuel to 1%, and in effect, setting a strong example for all States and UTs with regard to giving a fillip to air connectivity. @lg_ladakh.

@lesliejosephs “We’re not trying to rebuild the route maps of 2019,” says Delta CEO Ed Bastian. Reiterates expectation that Europe-U.S. will surge but Asia-U.S. (and vice versa) will lag in the intl recovery. $DAL.

Video Picks:

Africa’s Aviation Industry: Airline CEOs Target Improvement

Boeing CEO Dave Calhoun on Q3 results, 787 Dreamliner recovery

Business travel is at 60% of pre-Covid levels, says deputy CEO of Accor Jean-Jacques Morin

Christmas 2021 bookings look strong, Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary says

Cities lure travellers as the U.S. prepares to reopen borders to international travellers


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