Published on November 12th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/11/2021

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:

G-RUKH Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33640 Ryanair UK Registered at London Stansted 28/10/21 ex EI-DPW.

OY-YAA ATR42-500 c/n 606 Loganair Delivered Billund-Aberdeen 01/11/21 to become G-LMRE.

9H-VUH Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62303 Malta Air Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 03/11/21 in Ryanair colours.

Global Aviation News:

Lufthansa Uses Eurowings Expansion to Defend Against Budget Carrier Onslaught
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New A320s to connect New Zealanders to the Tasman and beyond
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Qatar Airways Brings its Airbus A380 Aircraft Back into Operation to Alleviate Fleet Capacity Challenges for the Winter Peak Season
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Return of Sydney-Melbourne flights reopens a key domestic battleground
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Serbia to launch domestic flights in 2022
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Tui’s Dave Burling on post-pandemic recovery
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Turkish Airlines announces new routes to Detroit and Seattle
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US airlines chase premium leisure demand to substitute business travel
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Wizz Air Sees Opportunity in Crisis With Italy, UK Expansions
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus launches 2022 Summer Schedule, Reconnecting Ireland to the World

Commission for Aviation Regulation Performance Plan with Revised Targets for RP3
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Dublin Airport Begins First Phase Of Food & Beverage Transformation with SSP
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GECAS-AerCap Deal Is A “Milestone” In GE’s Transformation To A “More Focused, Simpler, And Stronger Company”
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McCann FitzGerald LLP Advises AerCap in Connection with its Acquisition of 50 Percent of Shannon Engine Support
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Menzies Aviation goes green at Manchester Airport with new Aer Lingus transatlantic routes
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Ryanair emissions to rise despite per passenger CO2 cuts
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Ryanair Inaugurates New Base of Operations in Agadir 
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Ryanair launches 250 new routes this winter
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Shannon Group CEO Mary Considine Welcomes Attendees at Future Mobility Campus Ireland Showcase Event
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell “If airlines will have to fight for their incumbent positions and they will decide to operate capacity not needed for the market, that may result in overcapacity,” says Wizz CEO Varadi. Varadi warns of the potential for overcapacity in Europe next summer.

@ByERussell Varadi has called out Italy in several quarterly results calls now, referring to it as a highly “investible” market in June.

@ByERussell “We are upping the game. We are adding more capacity and planning more growth” to its 2022-23 plans, said Wizz Air CEO Jozsef Varadi during the airline’s results presentation Thursday.

@grantshapps Great news for those travelling to Europe!. The NHS Covid Pass is now linked up with the EU Digital Covid Certificate, meaning that it’ll be easier to travel to all EU countries by using tech to digitally recognise your vaccine status.

@winglets747 Perhaps too narrow a focus on US-Singapore. SQ holds strong on Singapore point of sale, and United on US & American corporates in SG. But all of Southeast Asia? A huge market relatively up for grabs. Changi the hub prowess. SQ & UA can work well together.

Video Picks:

Africa’s Aviation Industry: Airline CEOs Target Improvement

Boeing sees wider-than-expected loss on top, bottom line in Q3 earnings

Flying High in a Post Pandemic World – Qantas CEO Alan Joyce

Ryanair Returns to Profit as Demand Surges, Mulls Exit From LSE

State Department: US Visa Processing resuming in US Consulates world wide following Presidents Order


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