Published on November 22nd, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/11/2021

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:

EI-ENB Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair DAC Transferred to Ryanair UK as G-RUKC

EI-FYE Boeing 737-8 Norwegian Air International Ferried Edinburgh to Oslo Gardermoen

EI-SIA Airbus A320neo SAS Ireland restored to Irish Registry

Aircraft Update:

EI-DCI Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33567 Ryanair Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-London Stansted-Lasham 20/10/21 on return to lessor.

EI-KBE Airbus A320-232 c/n 5968 FlyArystan Registered at Almaty International 21/10/21 ex P4-KBE.

EI-KBM Airbus A320-271N c/n 10005 FlyArystan Registered at Almaty International 23/10/21 ex P4-KBM.

Global Aviation News:

ALC order for 111 Airbus aircraft launches Sustainability Fund
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Akasa Air Orders 72 Fuel-Efficient 737 MAX Airplanes to Launch Service in Fast-Growing Indian Market
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American Airlines, British Airways, American Express Global Business Travel and Qured to offer Complimentary COVID-19 Test Kits for Premium International Business Travelers
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Cash Pipeline Puts Middle East Lessors in Strong Position
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Emirates announces major retrofit programme 105 aircraft, to provide best-in-sky customer experiences
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India’s SpiceJet Says Boeing Agrees to Settle 737 Max Claims
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IndiGo Weighs Charging Fliers for Checked Bags as Market Heats Up
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PLAY Has Signed an Agreement for Two New Aircraft
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Irish Aviation News:

ACIA Aero Leasing Expands Partnership with Bestfly Worldwide
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Aer Lingus can more than double its share of US traffic, says CEO Lynne Embleton
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Air Navigation and Transport Regulatory Reform in Ireland Is on Its Way
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IAA Aviation Regulator Statement Regarding R116 AAIU Report
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MD of Ireland West Airport Knock delighted with recovery in aviation industry
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Ryanair Announces Over 30 Routes From East Midlands For S’22
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Ryanair schedules four new Zadar routes
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Tweet Picks:

@Airline_Weekly “More news to come,” on Azul’s hostile takeover bid of Latam Airlines Group, says Azul CEO John Rodgerson.

@ATWOnline “I think the global pandemic has changed the cargo environment forever. E-commerce has entirely changed the outlook,” says Iceland-based lessor Icelease as they ordered 11 Boeing 737-800BCF converted freighters.

@ByERussell Airbus is essentially sold out of A321neo slots for the foreseeable future after the Indigo Partners deal at the #DubaiAirshow.

@David_Slotnick “As a result of the Max…the regulators are being, just like Boeing is, more reflective on how they approach certification…what they do and how they do it.” Boeing commercial SVP Mike Fleming on the 777X at the #DubaiAirshow.

@David_Slotnick Boeing affirms first 777X delivery still expected for late-2023, commercial SVP Mike Fleming says. More than 1,700 flight hours so far. The 777 and 787 had about 3,509 hours for their type certs.

Video Picks:

Airline battle heats up with a new challenger set for takeoff between Melbourne and Brisbane

Beyond Our Borders: United Airlines’ 40th anniversary of service to Manila

Business travel is at 60% of pre-Covid levels, says deputy CEO of Accor Jean-Jacques Morin

Boeing 777X flying display at 2021 DubaiAirshow

Destination unknown! Japanese airline experiments with mystery destinations



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