Published on March 26th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/03/2020

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:

B-LDP Airbus A330-243(F) c/n 1414 Air Hong Kong Registered at Hong Kong 20/03/20 on transfer ex EI-HED.

EI-EKB Boeing 737-8AS c/n 38494 Ryanair Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Lasham 25/03/20 on return to lessor Aircastle.

EI-FHH Boeing 737-8FZ c/n 31713 TUI Airways Ferried Oslo-Lasham 20/03/20 to become G-TUKC.

9H-QEO Boeing 737-800 c/n 43838 Malta Air Registered at Frankfurt Hahn 24/03/20 on transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-GJN.

Global Aviation News:

A320neo overbooking will help steer Airbus through crisis: Faury
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Airbus A380: Crisis Could Accelerate Demise
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AvTalk Episode 80: Grinding to a halt 
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Boeing Surges After CEO Calhoun Sticks to ‘Mid-2020’ 737 MAX Return
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Boeing 737 MAX: Wave Of Cancellations Hits
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Norwegian fulfills criteria for initial NOK 300 million in guarantee from the Norwegian Government
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Southwest Airlines And Alaska Air: Built To Survive Coronavirus
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus: ‘The sharp and swift global decline in demand for air travel is without precedent’
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Air travel safety watchdog fears dent in €200m revenues
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Ryanair and owner of Aer Lingus well placed to see out Covid-19 crisis say analysts
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Ryanair pledges fleet of aircraft to EU governments
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Ryanair priority to reserve cash flow to operate for up to ’12 months, with no flights’: Michael O’Leary
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Ryanair to operate limited flights from Cork and Dublin
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Tweet Picks:

@AndrewTangel Boeing CEO David Calhoun suggested he would decline taxpayer aid if lawmakers require the government to take an equity stake in the beleaguered aerospace giant.

@e_russell European airlines are “most at risk” for collapse or consolidation from the coronavirus crisis, says Pearce at IATA.

@e_russell The dual collapses of Compass and Trans States Airlines may actually bolster other regionals through the current crisis, via @theaircurrent.

@jonostrower NEWS: As part of its Puget Sound shutdown, Boeing is pausing 777X flight testing. The lead aircraft, WH001, is now in storage at Boeing Field in Seattle and isn’t expect to fly again until April. Some flight tests for 737 Max re-certification will continue during the shutdown.

@jonostrower The latest analysis from @theaircurrent : On the other side of coronavirus, U.S. regional airlines are going to play a big role in the recovery for air travel after coronavirus. (via @miller22).

Video Picks:

Emirates stands with the UAE to fight COVID-19

Former American Airlines CEO on $50 billion bailout for airline industry v

How Garmin’s GFC 600H Flight Control System Makes Flying a Helicopter a lot Easier – AIN

PAL eyes April 15 resumption of flights, last international departure Manila

Qatar Airways goal is to get people home as quickly as possible

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