Published on March 17th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/03/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 March

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 March

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 9 March

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 9 March

North America Newsletter 9 March

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus to exploit Airbus A321LR Platform North Atlantic growth opportunities

Laudamotion adds 26th Airbus A320-200

Norwegian Re-Registers first Boeing 737-8 MAX Aircraft stored at Dublin

Aircraft Update:

EI-FMJ ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1295 Stobart Air Ferried London Southend-Bournemouth 11/03/2020 for paint into all white colours.

ES-ATJ ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1056 RegionalJet Nordica Registered at Tallinn 09/03/20 ex EI-GIV.

SE-RYH Boeing 737-8 MAX c/n 64992 Norwegian Air Sweden Registered at Dublin 10/03/2020 during storage ex EI-FYH.

SE-RYI Boeing 737-8 MAX c/n 42834 Norwegian Air Sweden Registered at Lleida 10/03/2020 on transfer during storage ex EI-FYI.

SP-LLE Boeing 737-45D c/n 27914 LOT Polish Airlines Ferried Warsaw-Shannon 11/03/2020 in basic colours, for VX Capital Partners prior freighter conversion for ASL Airlines at Kelowna International.

Global Aviation News:

Creditors’ meeting approves Condor’s protective shield plan
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Emirates Seeks to Slow Last Few Deliveries Airbus A380 Deliveries
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EU leaders condemn Trump’s transatlantic travel ban
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Flybe. Part 1: The market addresses gap left by UK regional airline
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JetBlue’s CEO said the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak is worse than after 9/11
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MAX impact
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Russia’s airlines continued to enjoy notable traffic growth in February
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap to Participate in the J.P. Morgan Industrials Conference 2020
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British Airways suspends famed A318 all-business-class flight from London City to NYC via Shannon until 1st September
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COVID-19 Related Advice – Guidance on Regulation EC261/2004 Read more:–-guidance-on-regulation-ec2612004-.947.html

Eastern Airways takes on Southampton route at Belfast City Airport
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Ryanair’s Frequent Flyer Scheme Is Still A Long Way Away
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Third Interim Statement: Accident Sikorsky S-92A, registration (EI-ICR) at Black Rock Co. Mayo, 14 March 2017 at 00.46 hrs
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Tweet Picks:

@AviationEpsilon Norwegian Air Shuttle market capitalization is now around $115m, or about what a new 787-8 is worth. 

@e_russell The end result of these fleet changes was a younger – and smaller – US mainline fleet. Airlines, by and large, continued to take new aircraft and phase out older models. Airline executives are considering similar actions following COVID-19.

@HHAhmedBinSaeed Starting today, we are implementing thermal scanning for all  @emirates  passengers flying from Dubai International Airport to all US destinations. This proactive measure is part of our ongoing efforts in response to the latest COVID-19 pandemic developments. @DXB.

@Layanmazenodeh Flydubai is seeking concessions from Boeing on price and delivery schedules for its 737 Max order. The talks are wrapped into compensation negotiations that had yielded around $250 million for the carrier through February @juliejohnsson.

@LeehamNews I can’t help but wonder if Trump’s EU flight ban is related to the larger EU trade war.

Video Picks:

Airlines Have ‘Moat’ Around Business Despite Market Turbulence: U.S. Global

Global Reporting Format for Runway Surface Conditions – Introduction

Piloting Aer Lingus Airbus A320 out of Nice

Travel suspension from Europe to US will fuel more cuts to airline capacities | Capital Connection

Trump travel restrictions cause confusion among airlines, travellers


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