Published on December 20th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/12/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Releases revamped version of SPARTA – Digital Asset Manager

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 re-connects Dublin to Newark

KLM Airlines introduces Embraer 195-E2 on selected Amsterdam-Dublin services

Ryanair Group adds 10 new Boeing 737 MAX as fleet grows to 35 aircraft 

Aircraft Update:

EI-GYE Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40260 Macquarie AirFinance Registered at Shannon 12/12/21 in FlyDubai colours ex A6-FEH.

EI-GZF Boeing 737-8 c/n 63974 Aeromexico Delivered Boeing Field-Plan de Guadalupe International  14/12/21.

OE-IEG Airbus A320-214 c/n 5540 Jackson Square Aviation Ferried Ciudad Real-Shannon-Keflavik 14/12/21.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing Expands 737-800BCF Conversion Capacity to Meet Strong Market Demand
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CALC kicks off 15th Anniversary Celebrations with the taking of its 150th Aircraft
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Connecting Customers to the Middle East and Beyond, American Airlines Announces Service to Doha, Qatar
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Delta Fortifies Global Partner Strategy
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Delhi world’s 5th busiest airport; IndiGo 8th biggest airline: OAG
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Edelweiss Increased capacity, resumption of holiday destinations in North America and three new short-haul destinations
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EFW A320 Passenger-to-freighter Conversion Makes First Flight
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Emirates continues UK restart with Gatwick return
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Finnair adds Seattle to its network and continues direct flights from Stockholm to Los Angeles and New York during the summer season
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus and Emerald Airlines announce accelerated plans for launch of regional routes 
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Aircraft leasing: recovery & resilience KPMG upbeat on sector’s future in post-pandemic world
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Atlantic Aviation Group DOA receives EASA approval for STC cabin changes
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Avolon eyeing further aviation start-up investments
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Castlelake and Woodbine Complete Acquisition of Hyatt Regency DFW International Airport
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CDB Aviation Signs International Aircraft Lease Agreements for Five A320neo Aircraft with Avianca
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Decision-Second Interim Review of the 2019 Determination on Airport Charges at Dublin Airport
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Open Skies agreements will help more African carriers to grow –IATA DG, Walsh
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Ryanair asks UK for economic support as recovery stalls
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Tweet Picks:

@CorkAirport “We will rebound differently from this pandemic crisis and already have 8 scheduled airlines signed up for next year and 3 more under discussion. We are cautiously optimistic for the future.” – Niall MacCarthy Managing Director @CorkAirport speaking @CorkChamber #CCBreakfast.

@ethanklapper New from @TransportStats : “The 24 U.S. scheduled passenger airlines employed an estimated 412,844 full-time equivalents (FTEs) in October 2021, an increase of 0.5% (2,008 FTEs) from September 2021 (410,836 FTEs).”

@hjelnaes SAS surprised on a positive note with its November traffic data. Only minor downdraft vs the previous month (OCT), well done SAS!.

@jrobinsuk .@BreezeAirways chief David Neeleman says the @airbus A220 should enter service end-Q2/start Q3 on longer haul routes (but won’t say which ones). Will start with 5 of the aircraft. Long term hopes to serve 10-12 cities in Brazil out of Florida.

@jrobinsuk .@ryanair boss Eddie Wilson says the airline recovery in Europe has been “t-boned” by Omnicron, with the restrictions being “groundhog day”. Yet remains optimistic for next summer predicting pent up demand and reduced capacity, meaning high fares. #aviationfest.

Video Picks:

Airlines putting ‘as many planes as possible’ in the sky

Here’s why Goldman Sachs named Boeing its top stock pick for 2022

Interview with Spanish Secretary of State for Tourism, Fernando Valdés – Spain Travel & Tourism

International travel is on a long, slow slog back: Fmr. Spirit Airlines CEO Ben Baldanza

Southwest Airlines Set Up Perfectly for 2023, Incoming CEO Bob Jordan Says


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