Published on December 6th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/12/2021

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:

Aer Lingus re-connects Ireland to Sunshine State with Dublin to Orlando route:

Aeromexico adds trio of Irish Registered Boeing 737-8 MAX Aircraft:

EI-HEN Boeing 737-8200 Ryanair Positions to Dublin to Funchal for new base announcement:

Aircraft Update:

EI-GZA Boeing 737-8 c/n 42837 AeroMéxico Delivered Boeing Field-Mexico 17/11/21 ex SE-RTD.

EI-GZB Boeing 737-8 c/n 42839 AeroMéxico Delivered Boeing Field-Mexico 23/11/21.

EI-GZC Boeing 737-8 c/n 42841 AeroMéxico Delivered Boeing Field-Mexico 21/11/21.

Global Aviation News:

Allegiant, Viva Aerobus Announce First-Of-Its-Kind Commercial Alliance Agreement
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Ashland Place Announces Financing for New Airbus A330neo
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As second Delhi airport begins, a third airport is mooted for Mumbai
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Blade Acquires Exclusive Rights to Helijet’s Scheduled Passenger Business in Canada; Flights Will Continue to Utilize Helijet Owned and Operated Aircraft
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Brussels South Charleroi Airport introduces Collaborative Environmental Management (CEM)
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Court approval for Avian Lineas Aereas ́ reorganization planCourt approval for Avian Lineas Aereas ́ reorganization plan
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Croatia Airlines eyes single-type fleet
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Delhi, Mumbai, Guwahati and Bangalore to have heli hubs
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Emirates restores services to Nigeria
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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon delivers first A330neo aircraft to Cebu Pacific
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Expleo signs strategic agreement with Spirit AeroSystems Belfast
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NAC delivers one DHC8-400, MSN 4155, to Flybe Limited on lease
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Ryanair to take delivery of 65 Boeing 737 MAX in 2022
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TAP should give up 250 unused slots per week in Lisbon, says Ryanair CEO
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Up in the air: 1 in 3 Irish adults plan to travel over the holiday season
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WFW successfully advises Ryanair on appeal against Italy’s Public Service Obligations to Trapani airport
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Tweet Picks:

@Airbus Congratulations to #ChinaAirlines on becoming the latest #A321neo operator. Its first aircraft of the type, leased from @AirLeaseCorp , departed Hamburg on 30 November, with a blend of sustainable aviation fuel. All the best to the airline with this new addition to the fleet.

@BoeingMidEast @AirTanzania has ordered a 787-8 #Dreamliner, a 767-300 Freighter and two 737 MAX jets to expand service from the country to new markets across Africa, Asia and Europe.

@ByERussell American Airlines carried 5.6 million passengers during the Thanksgiving travel period from Nov. 19-28, on roughly 92% of its 2019 schedule for the same period. $AAL.

@ByERussell Azul’s dream of creating a South American giant are dashed, for now. The airline has dropped plans to takeover LATAM in favour of “its exclusive competitive advantages.”

@ByERussell ITA Airways has firmed its MOU for 28 Airbus jets: 7 A220s, 11 A320neos, and 10 A330neos. The order is part of a larger deal signed in September for 59 aircraft that includes jets leased from Air Lease.

Video Picks:

Aer Lingus restoring key North American market for Irish tourism – ITIC talk with Donal Moriarty

Airlines are finding workers hard to come by: Third Bridge’s McNally

Cowen’s Becker Sees Buying Opportunities in Airlines

Eurocontrol Aviation Sustainability Summit

GE Aviation CEO John Slattery : Airlines stick to travel predictions despite omicron variant


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