Published on December 10th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/12/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

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

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 December

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 December

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 6 December

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 6 December

North American Newsletter 6 December

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:

N575AE Boeing 737-84P c/n 35757 AerCap Ferried Goodyear-Lake Charles 27/10/21 ex 2-AERI.

VP-CKZ Boeing 737-36E c/n 27626 Cayman Airlines Ferried George Town/Owen Roberts Airport-Victorville 25/10/21 on return to lessor ex EI-CSU.

VQ-BFP Boeing 737-8AS(F) c/n 33718 Atran Delivered Ostrava-Moscow Sheremetyevo 26/10/21 ex N242GE.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada Cargo welcomes Boeing 767 freighters, heralding new chapter in storied history of moving goods
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AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes ‘bullish’ on beating Omicron as airline announces resumption of Phnom Penh flights
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Avianca Exiting Bankruptcy With Low-Cost Flexibility, CEO Says
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easyJet eyes summer 2022 growth even as Omicron variant emerges
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Emirates ranked among leading airlines by new World Class rating system
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Eve and Sydney Seaplanes announce partnership to bring UAM services to Sydney with an initial order of 50 eVTOLs
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Jet Airways revival: Jalan-Kalrock to pump in fresh equity; ops to restart in 2022
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Ljubljana Airport targets 900.000 passengers in 2022
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Mexico’s Interjet Sees Return to Skies in 2022 With Czech Planes
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Irish Aviation News:

Ryanair To Open New Base At Madeira Airport
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A320neo to Spirit Airlines
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Spending Review: Evaluating the Regional Airports Programme
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Spotlight: Ryanair’s and Wizz Air’s Stable Rating Outlooks
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SAF Helicopters acquires Starlite Aviation Group
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Squawk 7000 News – November 22nd, 2021

Stratos delivers A330NEO to Corsair
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TAP should give up 250 unused slots per week in Lisbon, says Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary
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Zoom-induced demise of business travel may be greatly exaggerated says Emirates Airlines Country Manager Enda Corneille
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Tweet Picks:

@kylelarnold A major alliance between ultra-low-cost carriers in the U.S. and Mexico could be really fascinating for leisure travel within North America. @Allegiant doesn’t fly to Mexico yet. @VivaAerobus flies to 10 U.S. locations, but would have access to many more.

@rafat Big big deal news in travel industry. Probably the largest corporate travel public deal ever, AMEX GBT has been part owned each by Certares and American Express.

@RohitInTheAir Enjoyed my conversation with @SimoneFoxman & @youseftv on @business this morning. We spoke about @JazeeraAirways record results for the 3rd qtr, Post Pandemic travel, our order for 28 @Airbus A320Neo family aircraft, and Jazeera Terminal T5 in Kuwait.

@SeanM1997 During the easyJet full year results statement webcast – easyJet CEO Johan Lundgren has confirmed easyJet have obtained slots at London Gatwick from British Airways for Summer 2022. These will be on lease. This is in addition to previous slot gains from Thomas Cook & Norwegian.

@simonasbartkus .@finnair now plans to ramp up flights to the Baltics in the winter season. The number of flights from @HelsinkiAirport to Vilnius and @riga_airport  will be upgraded from 1x daily to 2x daily; Helsinki to @TLLairport up to 4-5x daily.

Video Picks:

Hi Fly lands first ever Airbus A340 in Antarctica

Sun Country Airlines CEO Jude Bricker on business impacts, potential travel restrictions

Travelers are getting used to Covid variants and traveling anyway: Cowen’s Becker

Travel restrictions after Omicron VMTV Tonight show

Volatile reaction we saw in airline stocks was half that of delta: Jefferies analyst


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