Published on November 8th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/11/2020

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:

Antonov Trio at Shannon Airport 27th October 2021

Ryanair launches new Agadir to Dublin connection

21st Boeing 737-8200 MAX delivered to Ryanair Group 

Aircraft Update:

EI-FNA ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1325 GECAS Ferried Ljubljana-Shannon 03/11/21.

EI-GIM Boeing 737-86Q c/n 30289 Wilmington Trust Services Ferried Katowice-Keflavik-St John’s 02-03/11/21 ex VP-CNG.

9M-LND Boeing 737-8GP c/n 38316 Batik Air Malaysia Ferried Kula Lumpur-Muscat-Cairo-Dublin 03-04/11/21 on return to lessor.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada: Recovery Is Faster Than Expected In Most Markets
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AirAsia’s Teleport reinforces its Cargo Play in the Region as first Dedicated 737-800 Freighter takes flight
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Alaska Airlines, British Airways Enhance Codeshare Accord 
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Amazon Air shopping spree could give a boost to freighter conversions
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Ashland Place Announces New Financing Facility for Pulsar Aero Global
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ATSG Selects Boeing for Next Converted Freighter Order
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Australia-Singapore Market Gets Boost With Easing Of COVID-19 Restrictions
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Bamboo Airways confirms Vietnam-London flights
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British Airways Owner Expects Turnaround With U.S. Opening Up
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Boeing’s 747 Jumbo Jet Era to Close Next October, Buyer Says
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Delta’s international bookings surge 450% with US reopening
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap and Safran Sign Joint Venture Agreement for Shannon Engine Support
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All seats on Aer Lingus flights to US sold for Monday as transatlantic flights resume
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Cardiff-Dublin Service Launches with Ryanair
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Euronext must ensure Ryanair’s exchange flight lands in Dublin
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Flying Green: Cleared for Takeoff? Irish MEP Colm Markey and Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary discuss the path forward
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Griffin Global Asset Management Continues to Expand Senior Management Team in Support of Growth
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IATA’s DG Willie Walsh on the pathway to recovery for aviation industry
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Ryanair says UK APD cut ‘neither sufficient nor timely enough’ 
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Ryanair starts operating flights from Helsinki Airport – eight new routes to European destinations
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Tweet Picks:

@BoeingEurope Denmark-based @Maersk are the latest customer to the 777 Freighter programme. The two new 777 Freighters will be operated by Star Air, building on its all-Boeing 767 fleet.

@ByERussell Alaska Airlines could cut the equivalent of 18 Boeing 737s — or 1.8 million pounds — in single-use plastics waste annually in its shift to boxed water onboard flights, via @NatBCo.

@ByERussell Italy, Sweden, Portugal and Ukraine: all countries that Ryanair has its eye on for growth in the Covid-19 recovery. ICYMI.

@ByERussell The Lufthansa Group is sending a warning to encroaching discounters: Tread with care. Eurowings new bases in Prague and Stockholm are examples of this, as the group’s core Austrian, Brussels, Lufthansa and Swiss brands recover.

@business Southwest CEO Gary Kelly says that corporate travel may settle at a level about 20% below what it was in 2019 but that his carrier will “do very well” anyway.

Video Picks:

Affirm CEO on partnership with American Airlines that allows customers to buy now and pay later

Airbus Americas is ‘laser-focused’ on supply chain: CEO Jeffrey Knittel

Airline Ticket Prices Are Going Up: Cowen’s Becker

Australia’s borders reopen to fully vaccinated travellers | 9 News Australia

Flight comeback lifts Air France-KLM earnings 


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