Published on November 16th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/11/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 November

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 November

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 November

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15 November

North American Newsletter 15 November

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Air Astana Registers first Embraer E190-E2 in Ireland

Lauda Europe operates Belfast International charter flights

Ryanair Group takes delivery of seven Boeing 737-8200 aircraft in September

Aircraft Update:

EI-KBA Airbus A320-232 c/n 5401 FlyArystan Registered at Almaty International 12/11/21 ex P4-KBA.

EI-KBK Airbus A320-271N c/n 9459 Air Astana Registered at Almaty International 12/11/21 ex P4-KBK.

EI-KBL Airbus A320-271N c/n 9548 Air Astana Registered at Almaty International  11/11/21 ex P4-KBL.

Global Aviation News:

Air France Plans US Ramp Up As Travel Restrictions Ease 
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Alaska Airlines Returns to Miami After 10-Year Absence
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Emirates to offer signature A380 service on flights to Bangkok
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European Airports Optimistic Over Traffic Rebound
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Flair Airlines grows schedule 33% in Canada and the U.S. with four new aircraft
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India’s LCC IndiGo plans ambitious expansion after pause
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Overall capacity worldwide is back at 70% of pre-crisis levels
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US airports: Seattle attempts to locate site for second airport
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Vueling and Lufthansa Technik sign Consumable & Expendable contract
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings – GECAS integration begins; leverage levels raise prospect of excess capital in 2022 -Davy Research
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CFO Outlook: When the sky is the limit with Andy Cronin, Avolon

Cork businesses planning to resume air travel
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Falko Outlines Q3 2021 Portfolio Activity
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Hildegarde Naughton confirms Derry to Dublin flight support being explored 
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Fingal County Council- ANCA Aircraft noise consultation
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Ryanair Launches New Agadir Base & Summer ‘22 Schedule
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Tweet Picks:

@CAPA_Aviation .@MAS Group COO Ahmad Luqman Mohd Azmi: Going forward, we will be lean and agile and how we steer the business will be critical as we’ll be working with less people and less resources. #CAPALive

@CAPA_Aviation Speaking at #CAPALive today,@IATA Director General Willie Walsh described it as “madness” to mandate airlines to use a product that isn’t available.

@CAPA_Aviation .@United Director Greater China, Korea and Southeast Asia Sales Walter Dias: APAC is going to be challenged for the near-term. The government quarantine requirements are quite strict and until those are relaxed we’re still going to be challenged for recovery. #CAPALive.

@David_Slotnick Robert Isom of American Airlines says he expects business travel to return to 2019 levels by the end of 2022. Most optimistic estimate I’ve heard since the delta variant.

@LuxuryTravelled For those who remember, ‘BA EuroGatwick’ was formed as a subsidiary from the then jet remnants of Dan Air, which was later merged with their other acquisition ‘CityFlyer’ who flew regionally, to form Eurofleet.  This feels like BA turning full circle, back 25+ years ago.

Video Picks:

Hawaiian Airlines CEO Peter Ingram  We’re adding flights and we’re on the road to recovery

Higher demand for single-aisle planes putting strain on supply chain – Frost & Sullivan

Lufthansa back in profit as demand grows

‘Pent up demand’ for travel could hit the market soon: Marriott Vacations CEO Steven Weisz

United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby is Reviving Air Travel w/ Customer-First Culture | Ep. 12 | The Inflection Point


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