Published on March 24th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/03/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 March

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 23 March

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 23 March

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 March

North America Newsletter 23 March

Aircraft Update:

VQ-BIQ Boeing 737-76N c/n 32738 GECAS Registered at Shannon 18/03/20 ex SE-REZ.

9H-AHB Boeing 737-45D c/n 27914 Air Charter X Ferried Shannon-Gander-Kelowna International 20/03/20 for cargo conversion ex SP-LLE.

9H-QCU Boeing 737-8AS c/n 62692 Malta Air Registered 18/03/20 at Frankfurt Hahn after transfer ex EI-FRP.

9H-QDK Boeing 737-800 c/n 44760 Malta Air Air Test at Naples 17/03/20 after transfer ex EI-FTJ.

Global Aviation News:

A global call to governments and airlines, to think differently and do the right thing…Read more:

Airlines: Save Your Employees. Sell Your Airplanes Instead.
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American Airlines Codeshare With Philippine Airlines Continues New Strategy – If United Allows
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How travel retail and aviation are showing their global community spirit
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Breeze T-5 filing Read more:

The Emirates Group’s business response to COVID-19
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United Reinstates Some International Flights Across the Globe to Help Customers Get Where they Need to Be
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Irish Aviation News:

Easyjet sorry as staff motivation video copies Leo Varadkar
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Fly Leasing Announces 20-F Filing
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Grounded CityJet ‘will survive’ but CEO hits at lack of State help

Knock Airport to temporarily suspend operations 
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Russian planes flying in rings off Kerry linked to submarines
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Statement from Stobart Air (operator of Aer Lingus Regional services) and Aer Lingus Read more:

Tweet Picks:

@airportnewsMAN *news* in an effort to post something slightly more positive, @easyJet  intend to base 2 A321 at @manairport from November 2020, with some already appearing in the seat plans. Obviously it’s subject to change but, a slight glimmer of hope in a sea of uncertainty.

@AmericanAir Our first cargo-only flight, since 1984, departed from @DFWAirport  to Frankfurt, Germany, filled with medical supplies, mail for active U.S. military, telecommunications equipment and e-commerce packages.

@e_russell United reinstated 6 long-haul routes to “get customers where they need to be,” after cutting entire long-haul network.

@e_russell U.S. airline aid talks on Capitol Hill “are now focused on how much of the $58 billion should be designated as loans—with airlines arguing they need cash grants to cover labor costs.” @justinbachman.

@FBenenati We have begun flying a portion of our 777 and 787 fleet as dedicated cargo charter aircraft – getting critical goods into the hands of the businesses and people who need them most is extremely important right now.

Video Picks:

Coronavirus could cause airlines to lose $10-12 billion a month: Airlines for America CEO

Heavy Airbus Maintenance, Aircraft Junkyard | Inside Airplanes |

How will COVID-19 impact airlines long term?

I don’t think airline companies will go bankrupt: Analyst
JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes on how coronavirus is impacting airlines


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