Published on December 17th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/12/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Releases revamped version of SPARTA – Digital Asset Manager

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Asset Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 December

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 December

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 14 December

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 14 December  

North American Newsletter 14 December

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus reconnects Dublin to Warsaw Chopin for Christmas Season

Air Astana adds first new Irish Registered Airbus A321LR EI-KGG

G-EIRH Airbus A321LR Aer Lingus UK positions to Manchester as New York JFK commences

Aircraft Update:

OE-ITG Airbus A320-232 c/n  5076 Avolon Ferried Istanbul-Muscat 08/12/21 ex VT-IER.

9H-VUS Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62326 Malta Air Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 10/12/21 in Ryanair colours.

SE-RYH Boeing 737-8 c/n 64992 Norwegian Air Sweden Ferried Dublin-Bergen 10/12/21 on return to lessor.

Global Aviation News:

flydubai and Pakistan International Airlines sign Interline Agreement
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Fresh calls for new Slovenian national carrier
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HAL carries ground run of prototype Hindustan-228 aircraft
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IATA Teams with AACA, INACA to Support Safety in Alaska and Indonesia
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Jetstar Asia adds Bangkok and Phnom Penh to growing VTL list
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Qantas Announces Two Widebody Freighters To Meet Permanent Increase In E-Commerce Demand
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Russian Helicopters delivers medical helicopters to lessor GTLK
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South African Airways Signs Cooperative Agreement With Regional Airline CemAir
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Star Air wins the Highest average passenger load factor on RCS flights award by The Ministry of Civil Aviation
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Transat A.T. Inc. (TRZBF) CEO Annick Guérard on Q4 2021 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Irish Aviation News:

Aircastle Closes $100 Million Revolving Credit Facility with Mizuho Marubeni Leasing America Corporation
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CDB Aviation Delivers A320 Aircraft to Allegiant
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JetBlue and Aer Lingus Expand Codeshare Partnership Across the North Atlantic With More Ways to Book Travel Between the U.S. and Ireland
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Milestone to deliver two S-92s to CHC for Norwegian Search and Rescue missions
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RAF to establish Belfast ‘innovation node’
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Ryanair Delivers Tourism Recovery At Nuremberg Airport
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Squawk 7000 News – December 13th, 2021

Talks over Dublin flights ongoing – Isle of Man Infrastructure Minister Tim Crookall
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Could Gol do a cross-border M&A deal? Executives say there is an “opportunity to revisit what the landscape of the 21st century looks like,” and says the airline is open to said cross-border opportunities.

@ByERussell Interesting corollary to Jon’s story: Gol CFO Richard Lark says if Boeing could produce more Maxes, the airline would take them, at least up to 25 aircraft/year.

@ByERussell Reviewing Azul’s Investor Day deck. All the usual arguments about superior hub-and-spoke network, little overlap with competitors, one interesting note: Azul plans to exit its E-Jet-E1 fleet by 2026. $AZUL.

@CAPA_Aviation Bonza CEO Tim Jordan shared that out of 46 airports the carrier contacted, the carrier received 40 responses for accepting the carrier which has driven plans to grow the airline to eight aircraft in its first 12 months, subject to regulatory approvals. #CAPASummit.

@CAPA_Aviation Bonza CEO Tim Jordan: The only thing that matters is profitability. Utilisation will be a consequence of that rather than a driver. Our focus will be on profitability by not having heavy footprint in capital cities there are operational advantages. #CAPASummit.

Video Picks:

Boeing 777X Lands at 2021 Dubai Airshow

Green Single European Sky – panel 2 – ASC 2021: Safety in ATM

Holiday Travel Bookings Grow Tight, Drive Up Prices

The A220 as seen by… Fabien Pelous, SVP Customer Experience Air France

The Future of Emirates Airline – Big Interview with President Sir Tim Clark


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