Published on March 27th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/03/2020

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:

OE-ILD Airbus A320-251N c/n 9554 Avolon Ferried Toulouse-Francazal-Shannon 26/03/20 for painting.

9H-QCK Boeing 737-8AS c/n 62691 Malta Air Position London Stansted-Frankfurt 20/06/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FRE.

9H-QEO Boeing 737-800 c/n 44838 Malta Air Air Test at Frankfurt Hahn 26/03/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-GJN.

Global Aviation News:

A321 uncontained failure spurs urgent V2500 disk measures
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A330-800 test aircraft deployed to transport coronavirus supplies
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Alitalia to relaunch with much smaller fleet; sources
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European Commission issues guidance to ensure essential freight keeps moving by airRead more:

Etihad Cargo deploys cargo-only Boeing 787s to complement freighter fleet and ensure continuity of UAE and global key trade lanes
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Lufthansa expects monthly hedging losses
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Rebranded Vnukovo “dynamically developing and improving”
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Red Wings may be Russia’s next Boeing 777 operator
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SkyCourier completes initial ground testing
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When Jet2’s cheap and cheerful budget airline brought big smiles
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap: Counterparty Risk Is Lower Than The Market Thinks
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Airline industry could take off quickly after crisis, says Davy
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DAA gets green light to change for new runway at Dublin Airport
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Mercy mission – Delta begins airlifts of drugs to US from Dublin
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Passenger numbers down 76% at Dublin Airport as flights cancelled
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With crisis comes opportunity – Davy Research
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75 Per Cent Believe They Will Take a Holiday Later This Year
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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell The grounding of flights has removed a “crucial eye in the sky” from weather forecasting models just as Europe and North America gear up for spring floods.

@FlyingHighRyan .@AmericanAir is accelerating retirements, sending several 757s, 767s, and E190s to storage this morning.

@kevinjia1122 Rare visitor in Tianjin. More flights will be performed by #Airbus test pilots to collect medical supplies back to Europe to distribute to the frontline hospitals, medical professionals and public. We stand together at this very special time.

@manishasinghal That’s some laurel & chutzpah! @qatarairways says has flown 100,000 pax in the last one week as it added 10,000 extra seats on its network . The airline commits to ferrying people home & since March 24 it says 72% who flew the airline were returning home. #coronavirus.

@winglets747 Qantas secures funding using aircraft. Lufthansa plans to do the same. Cathay did sale and leaseback.

Video Picks:

‘A Lot of Airlines’ Will Disappear Due to the Virus, Says Qatar Airways

African Airlines need the support of Governments to withstand the toll of Coronavirus

Can Major U.S. Airlines Survive The Coronavirus Outbreak?

Emirates SkyCargo flies food and medicines around the world

Piloting Norwegian 787 into Oakland | Cockpit Views

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