Published on November 11th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/11/2021

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:

OE-ICL Airbus A320-214 c/n 5318 easyJet Europe Delivered Woensdrecht-Erfurt 03/11/21 ex EI-GUE.

OE-ICN Airbus A320-214 c/n 5319 easyJet Europe Delivered Woensdrecht-Erfurt 03/11/21 ex EI-GUF.

OE-IFA Airbus A321-231 c/n 7191 Philipp Aviation Consulting Registered at Shannon 03/11/21 ex B-8551.

Global Aviation News:

Delta Air Lines urges early booking and expects full summer capacity
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Emirates launches daily flights to Tel Aviv from 6 December
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Etihad’s ecoflight achieves 72% reduction in carbon emissions
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Europe’s aviation recovery continues to be LCC-led
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Flights to Malta ‘back to pre-Covid levels’
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Gibraltar aims to capitalise on increased publicity and word-of-mouth
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Greek tourism expects full recovery in 2022
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Gulf Carriers Rebuild, Nearing Crucial Fleet Decisions
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Lufthansa Weighs Airbus A220 Order to Boost Regional Jet Fleet
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Norwegian Air reports sixth straight month of growth
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Irish Aviation News:

Moody’s assigns provisional ratings to SOLRR Aircraft 2021-1 Limited (SOLRR Ireland)
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Ryanair introduces digital travel assistant and self-service hub
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Taking off: UL can be at heart of aviation recovery and the industry’s future – GE Aviation CEO John S Slattery
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TrueNoord announces new regional responsibilities as portfolio footprint expands
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Uncertain future for “Stockholm” Skavsta Airport after Ryanair leaves
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Vmo Aircraft Leasing Leases Two A350 Aircraft to Delta Air Lines
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Why Aer Lingus could be on RDU’s map for international recovery
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Wizz Air Puts Growth Before Margins in Challenge to Ryanair
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Tweet Picks:

@HowardSlutsken “To support our network restoration, we have reversed our decision to cancel two Airbus A220 aircraft orders and are now accelerating deliveries of new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft,” Michael Rousseau, Pres. & CEO, on Air Canada Q3 results.

@icao During its latest meeting, the 36 States of the ICAO Council recognized the #G20’s latest calls “to restart international travel in a safe and orderly manner,” and consistent with the work of ICAO, the @WHO, and other relevant international organizations.

@JCS_ICAO Reconnecting the world through the restoration and revitalization of air travel and trade is of fundamental importance to the most basic economic well-being of millions all over the world, as well as to help expand air cargo services when global supply chains now need them most.

@LuxuryTravelled easyJet has rolled out the ability to pay for a ‘large cabin bag’ outside of the easyJet Plus  & Upfront seat packages.

@LuxuryTravelled Ryanair didn’t quite break even for the summer, citing lower fares to stimulate demand. Passenger numbers doubled (Over 2020), revenue fell behind on the same metric. Seeing a good October HT and Christmas.

Video Picks:

Jim Cramer: Airbus is ‘definitely’ the global leader over Boeing

Lucio Tan throws $505M lifeline to Philippine Airlines

‘Pent up demand’ could triple international travel in 2022: Qantas CEO Alan Joyce

United – Announcing 22 daily flights to London in 2022!

Vertical Aerospace Makes Its Case for eVTOL’s Role in Public Transportation


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