Published on November 24th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/11/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insights – Deploying digital asset inspection apps; assisting in achieving effective project management

Certificate Program Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 November

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 November

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 22 November

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 22 November

North American Newsletter 22 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:

G-RUKG Boeing 737-8AS c/n 36575 Ryanair UK Registered at London Stansted 12/11/21 ex EI-DYM.

EI-HAY Boeing 737-8200 c/n 65079 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 18/11/21.

EI-KBN Airbus A320-232 c/n 6343 Air Astana Registered at Almaty International 13/11/21 ex P4-KBN.

Global Aviation News:

Air Transat and WestJet to Cooperate on Transatlantic Codeshare
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AirAsia Group Appoints Chief Commercial Officer to Accelerate Growth
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Air Tanzania Announces Order for Boeing Freighter and Passenger Jets
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Atlas Air Completes Operating Certificate Merger with Southern Air
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Emirates and GE Aviation commit to test flight programme using 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel to reduce CO2 emissions
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Etihad Airways and GE Sign Sustainability Agreement
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Finnair starts flights to Bergen and Tromsø in Norway in collaboration with Widerøe
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Transatlantic business travellers ‘paying 40% more’ to book premium seatsRead more:

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi Lays Out 15-Year Plan To Become Major Gulf Player
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Irish Aviation News:

Adworld Q&A With Mark Henry, Director of Central Marketing, Tourism Ireland
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Aer Lingus signs deal with Daon to extend use of VeriFLY app 
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Avolon delivers one Airbus A320neo to Vistara
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Fitch Revises Ryanair’s Outlook to Stable; Affirms IDR at ‘BBB’
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Irish aviation sector may require State Covid-19 supports next year, officials say
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JLPS Ireland Limited announces order for market-leading 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter
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Jet2 Warns on Profit as Ryanair Fuels Airline Fare War
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Ryanair confirms plan to delist from London Stock Exchange
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SMBC Aviation Capital builds strong momentum for the half year ended 30 September 2021, amidst sector recovery
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Tweet Picks:

@ATWOnline A decision on launching a freighter version of the Boeing 777X will be made “when the market wants it” as the manufacturer focuses on ensuring the 777-9 passenger aircraft meets all deliverables when it enters service #DubaiAirshow #DAS.

@ByERussell “We’re already seeing the patterns of business travel are different,” American Airlines CEO Doug Parker says at the Skift Aviation Forum. Business travel will “absolutely” recover fully, but when is TBD, adds Parker. #SkiftLive.

@ByERussell American has no challenges hiring at the carrier itself, says Parker. However, it does see challenges at its vendors, including catering, fuel truck drivers, and at its regional affiliates. $AAL #SkiftLive.

@ByERussell “While there is no shortage of people who want to be pilots — we have had to put some incentives in place for regional pilots,” says American CEO Parker. Pilot staffing, especially at U.S. regionals, is definitely set up to be a limiting factor for airlines in 2022. #SkiftLive.

@skift “When you look at cargo from an airport perspective, it doesn’t drive a lot of revenue for the airport (mainly just landing fees) but drives an incredible economic value for the region.” @DFWAirport CEO on airport’s cargo tie-ins (Amazon has 5M SF on airport grounds) #SkiftLive.

Video Picks:

Emirates Flyover at Dubai Airshow 2021 Opening Ceremony

Sustainability and Airlines at Skift Aviation Forum 2021

The Dubai Airshow Flyby

Why Airlines Struggle To Stay Profitable

Wolfe Research’s Hunter Keay upgrades airlines


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