Published on November 29th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/11/2021

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-SIC Airbus A320neo SAS Ireland restored to Irish Registry

G-EILA Airbus A330-300 Aer Lingus UK Positions to Manchester

Ryanair Group added six Boeing 737-8200 to fleet October

Aircraft Update:

OE-IPT Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40240 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Ferried Prague-Shannon 19/11/21 ex HL8343.

OE-IPU Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40237 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Ferried Prague-Shannon 19/11/21 ex HL8342.

OE-IVY Boeing 737-8 c/n 42826 AAA Max 2 Malta Registered at Mojave 19/11/21 ex SE-RYK.

Global Aviation News:

Air Astana Airbus C-Check At Nur-Sultan Airport
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Airlines warn of rising fares if Heathrow hikes fees again
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Air Serbia And Ita Airways Ink Codeshare Agreement
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Americas and Europe Give Airlines Biggest Boost: New Skift Recovery Index
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BLR airport, Pioneering change 
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British Airways resumes transatlantic flights from Gatwick
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Challenger 650 To Join NetJets European Fleet
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Delta Sees Boeing 757s, 767s as Flex Fleets For Next Decade
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Emirates open to tie-ups with Tata, other airlines: CCO Adnan Kazim
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Irish Aviation News:

Aero Capital Solutions Continues Freighter Growth With 13 Additional 737 Conversions
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Castlelake Names Four to Partnership Group
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Dáil Éireann debate – Air Accident Investigation Unit Final Report into R116 air accident: Statements
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DCU Business School 9th European Aviation Conference 1st December 
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Engine Lease Finance Corporation (“ELF”) announce the purchase and lease back of twenty-five Pratt & Whitney GTF™ engines
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Fitch Revises Ryanair’s Outlook to Stable; Affirms IDR at ‘BBB’
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O’Leary sees fraught period ahead due to Covid concerns
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Ryanair Launches New Base At Riga Airport
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TD seeking ministerial support for new opportunities at Mayo airport
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Tweet Picks:

@AeronewsGlobal ITA Airways will receive in June 2022 the first of 4 @Airbus A350-900s. Info confirmed by the airline’s CEO, Fabio Lazzerini. Sources say these A350s are Hainan Airlines NTUs.

@airkarp ‘Honestly, this pandemic has been very difficult to predict. Even [planning capacity] 3 months ahead is like 2 years in normal times,’ says @CopaAirlines CEO Pedro Heilbron.

@ANI Delhi | At present, we need 9,500 pilots…over 40% of pilots go abroad for training…again there is forex outgo. The training cost of a pilot is around Rs 1.5-2 Cr. We’ve to move flying/pilot training here,” Jyotiraditya  Scindia, Union Minister of Civil Aviation (19.11).  

@aaihbxairport We are glad to share that @aaihbxairport have bagged the UDAN Award from @MoCA_GoI under the category of “Total number of passenger served on RCS flights “. Team Hubballi Airport convey our sincere gratitude to our esteemed passengers and all airlines who made this possible.

@ATWOnline “At ATR, we are committed to zero emissions by 2050,” says ATR CEO Stefano Bortoli. “But it has to be affordable.” As ATR temporarily enjoys a turboprop market monopoly, it plans to make competitor Embraer’s market entry as hard as possible.

Video Picks:

Are flying taxis really a reality?

Bríd on the report into helicopter crash R116, on The Late Debate 17.11.21

Emirates update with Enda Corneille Nov 23 2021

Frontier CEO Barry Biffle: We expect leisure travel demand to continue its rebound

Zero-Emission Flights by 2035? Airbus Thinks Hydrogen Will Take Off on Schedule


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