Welcome to Morning Call for September 21, 2021, and the Top Aviation News Stories for today.  You can also search our Archives for older news stories by date.  

AirInsight US Airline Index

The constrained seasonality performance in traffic has continued in the US, with traffic following historic patterns but at a level below pre-pandemic levels due to limited capacity and a lack of international and business traffic.  With a resumption of European and UK tourism approved for November, this pattern could move slightly upward by year end, but we do not expect a full recovery in traffic in the US until late 2022-early 2023.  The traffic chart below illustrated both the seasonality in patterns, which are roughly matching 2019, but at a lower constrained level.

Commercial Aviation

  • FACC expands partnership with Airbus – Aerospace Manufacturing
  • Jet-Leasing Godfather Udvar-Hazy warns Boeing, Airbus over glut – BNN
  • Airbus joins DAX stock exchange index in Germany – Av24
  • Airbus CEO: Unlikely business travel will return to 2019 levels for many years – CTC
  • Vietnam mulls lifting 737 MAX flight ban – Flight Global

Business Aviation

  • International Business Aviation Council celebrates 40 years – AIN
  • Daher aims to accelerate aerospace recovery with three new facilities – HPC
  • Bombardier chief talks ‘options’ for next clean-sheet aircraft as transformation wraps up – Flight Global

Airlines

  • Singapore Airlines exhausts $6.5B from first rights issue – Aviation Week
  • US set to allow vaccinated European, British travelers from November 2021 – AeroTime
  • Lufthansa seeks €2.1 billion capital increase – BTN
  • US Senator concerned about American, jetBlue northeast partnership – Travel Pulse 

 Urban Air Mobility

  • France: Ascendance raises EUR10 million to accelerate development of hybrid aircraft – UAMnews

 Social Media

  • Passengers sing ‘hey hey hey goodbye’ as people kicked off flight for not wearing masks – Newsweek 

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