Published on December 1st, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/12/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation and SWIMS Aviation South Korea, sign partnership agreement to deliver aircraft leasing and financing courses in Korean

Certificate Program Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 November

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 November

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 November

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 November

North American Newsletter 29 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:

LN-DYS Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39007 Flyr Delivered Ostrava-Oslo 07/10/21 ex EI-FHW.

VT-SGH Boeing 737-8EH c/n 36369 SpiceJet Ferried Delhi-Tekirdag-Shannon 26-27/10/21 on return to lessor.

VT-SLL Boeing 737-8EH c/n 34274  SpiceJet Ferried Delhi-Tekirdag-Shannon 26-27/10/21 on return to lessor.

Global Aviation News:

Beechcraft Denali makes landmark first test flight
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Blue Islands: New Partnership Boosts Uk Regional Air Connectivity
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Breeze: David Neeleman wants the A220-300 with more range
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Brussels Airlines Grows Its Intercontinental Fleet With 9th Aircraft
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EU Commission proposes an updated framework for travel from outside the EU, prioritising vaccinated travellers, with strong safeguards
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IATA Twelve-month EU COVID Certificate to Protect Recovery in Travel & Tourism
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Ministry of Infrastructure signs memo of cooperation with Airbus to create national air carrier
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Resurrected Flybe takes delivery of first aircraft
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Irish Aviation News:

Dublin Airport Police & Fire Service Raise Funds For Irish Charities with Christmas Single
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Emirates says 90% of route network now restored after Covid hit Emirates Airline Ireland Country Manager Enda Corneille
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Fitch Assigns Final Rating of ‘BB’ to Castlelake Aviation; Outlook Stable

IATA’s Willie Walsh: some APac airlines financially “precarious”
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Ireland West Airport welcomes announcement of €504,750 in funding for Sustainability projects from the Department of Transport
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Minister Naughton announces €1.6m in funding for Knock (Ireland West) and Kerry Airports
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Ryanair unveils 24 new routes for summer 2022
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Tweet Picks:

@HowardSlutsken New Canadian ULCC Lynx Air – formerly Enerjet – is planning to launch in 2022, with an eventual fleet of 46 Boeing 737-8s.  

@Oriana0214 “Boom and United have promised their new plane will operate on 100% sustainable aviation fuel, but that doesn’t exist yet in anything like the quantities they’ll need. Oh, and one other thing…@jonostrower : They’re gonna need an engine to do this.”

@RyanairPress Thank you, President @JuanMa_Moreno for our recent meeting. Andalucía and Spain are competing with other European regions to recover to pre-pandemic capacity levels, and we will continue having conversations at the highest level in Spain to explore further investment.

@Transport_EU “Happy to see @Wizzair leading the #aviation recovery in Flag of European Union Europe and opening new routes. Both CEO Jozsef Varadi and I agree that future growth in Aviation must be sustainable, where #SAFs play an important role,” DG Hololei.

@60Minutes Commercial supersonic flight in the past was costly. Boom CEO Blake Scholl has a different vision for air travel decades from now: “What I want is to be able to be anywhere in the world in four hours for 100 bucks.”  

Video Picks:

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker at Skift Aviation Forum 2021

Aviation StraightTalk Live with Ryanair Group CEO, Michael O’Leary

Boeing 737 Max In India: All You Need To Know | Ajay Singh Spicejet Interview  CNN News18

Holiday travel creates opportunity for airlines to turn a profit in Q4

Locator Forms Newstalk November 23


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