Published on November 25th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/11/2021

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-LMTA ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1265 Loganair Delivered Billund-Aberdeen 19/10/21 ex OY-YDI.

OE-LIB Airbus A320-232 c/n 3741 GECAS Registered at Budapest 19/10/21 ex HA-LYV.

9H-VUM Boeing 737-8200 c/n 65084 Malta Air Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 13/10/21.

Global Aviation News:

Air Serbia eyes regional and Central European expansion
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Belgrade Airport plans long haul network development
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Delta in Boston: New routes, new planes and more choice than ever
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Eight cities in India identified by budget airline start-up
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Emirates and Sabre reach new distribution agreement
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Reborn Flybe Targets Early 2022 Start From New Birmingham Home
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SIA signs MOU with United Airlines in move that could lead to more arrivals at Changi
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The Emirates ICC Men’s T20 World Cup A380 livery makes its debut, capturing the energy and spirit of the long-awaited tournamentRead more:

Vallair introduces comprehensive widebody maintenance capabilities to new Châteauroux hangar from 2022Read more:

Zagreb Airport sees untapped French potential
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Irish Aviation News:

Azorra and Porter Airlines enter into Sale Leaseback Transactions for Five Embraer E2 Jets
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Barbados Welcomes Aer Lingus To Its Shores
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NI airports back operating at 50 per cent pre-pandemic levels
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Ó Céidigh takes up ‘the most challenging job in Irish aviation’
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Ryanair Launches New Route From Manchester To Cork
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TD seeking ministerial support for new opportunities at Mayo airportRead more:

Tourism Ireland welcomes additional funding in Budget 2022
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United Airlines to Increase Frequency Of Direct Flights from Dublin to New York/Newark
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Vueling Launches New Route From Dublin to Paris Orly
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Tweet Picks:

@HofmannAviation Turkish LCC @Pegasus Airlines said it will take deliveries of 57  @Airbus  A321neo from 2022 throughout 2025, rising the average seat per aircraft of the fleet from 190 in 2020 to 216 seats in 2025.

@LeeHudson_ Boeing had approximately 105 787s in its inventory at the end of the quarter. Dreamliner delivery timing will be dependent on inspections and rework, customer fleet planning and work with the FAA, the company says.

@RAeSTimR Delta Air Lines Amelia DeLuca. says that in the past never talked to rival airlines – now talking to them a weekly, daily basis about sustainability and cooperation #AirbusSummit

@RohitInTheAir Delighted to share the Q3 Results for @JazeeraAirways. We are grateful to our passengers for trvlg with us; we appreciate your business.  J team: I have never seen anyone work harder, and sacrifice more. I am super-proud of you all. This is your day.

@SpaethFlies Fleet manager of @airfrance tells me now AF wants to hold onto five #A380 they own and have in storage while trying to sell them, such as F-HPJD still in CDG here. The scrapped former AF ones belonged to leasing firms. Best of luck with that! #avgeek.

Video Picks:

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