Published on November 9th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/11/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:Acumen Aviation Awarded Airbus A330-200 Sale Mandate

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 November

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 November

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 November

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 8 November

North American Newsletter 8 November

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:

M-ABOL Boeing 737-86N c/n 36804 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Ferried Tainan-Jeju-Jinan 4/10/21 for cargo conversion ex PK-GFE.

OE-LNT Boeing 787-9 c/n 63320 BOC Aviation Ferried Shannon-Warsaw 14/10/21 for Norse Atlantic Airways ex G-CKWT.

OK-GFQ ATR72-212A(500)F c/n 674  ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Prague-Toulouse-Francazal 15/10/21.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing vs Airbus: increasing deliveries, orders & aircraft in service
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Emirates and TAP Air Portugal expand codeshare partnership with 23 more destinations added
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European airline 4Q2021 schedules point to next step up in recovery
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Guernsey States votes to write off Aurigny debts
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Italy’s New Airline Gives Itself a Year to Find an Investor
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oneworld supports global ambition statement for 10% sustainable aviation fuel by 2030
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Qantas brings back the A380 even earlier: now April 2022
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United Plans Largest Domestic Schedule Since March 2020
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Virgin Atlantic details restart of more transatlantic routes
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Irish Aviation News:

Foreign Affairs Minister Doesn’t Believe Key Shannon Routes Will Need State Subsidies
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IATA DG Willie Walsh on achieving net-zero target: ‘The ball can’t keep getting passed around’
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Ryanair Announces Winter 2021 Schedule To/From London
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Ryanair DAC CEO Eddie Wilson says holidaymakers face higher prices for European flights next summer
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Ryanair expects Boeing MAX 10 deal ‘will come our way eventually’ –  DAC CEO Eddie Wilson
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Stratos Promotes Goring-Thomas and Geldenhuys
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TrueNoord leases new ATR72-600s to SKY express
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WH Ireland repeats ‘buy’ on Avation after Airbus acquisition completes
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65% Of Adults In Ireland Planning To Travel Overseas In Next Six Months, According To Aer Lingus Research
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Tweet Picks:

@airkarp Qatar Airways said it is ‘reluctantly’ bringing back at least 5 Airbus A380s on a number of routes, including from Doha to Paris & London, citing an ‘ongoing capacity shortage’ related to the grounding of 19 of its A350s over safety concerns.

@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.

@JournoDannyAero IAG CEO says Iberia is launching new US destinations: Dallas, Texas (DFW) & Washington DC (IAD).

@LondonAirTravel British Airways aims to almost fully restore its transatlantic route network by the third quarter of 2022 and operate 34 routes, compared to 36 in 2019. BA had suspended Calgary, Charleston, Pittsburgh and Portland. This map suggests Pittsburgh and Portland may be relaunched.

Video Picks:

Singapore Says in Talks With Europe, U.S. on Vaccinated Travel

The Emirates Pavilion | Expo 2020 Dubai | Emirates Airlines

Travelers should be flexible and nimble when going abroad amid the Covid pandemic: Expedia

Trivago CEO on U.S. reopening borders in November

United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby talks vaccine mandate, $1,000 employee bonuses, holiday travel


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