Published on April 9th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/04/2020

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Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 April

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 April

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 6 April

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 6 April

North America Newsletter 6 April

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Laudamotion adds 27th Airbus A320-200

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

Aircraft Update:

N916SC Boeing 737-86J(F) c/n 30498 iAero Airways Ferried Tel Aviv-Shannon 08/04/20 in DHL colours ex EI-RUA.

Global Aviation News:
Airbus sees indications of gradual Chinese traffic recovery
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COVID-19 Aviation recovery: Asian domestic airline capacity regrows
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Germanwings shut down as Lufthansa reduces fleet size due to coronavirus
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Hainan duty free bounces back in style; sales up to 80% of last year’s levels
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Largest Romanian airline asks Govt. for EUR 45 mln rescue loan
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Learning from the curve: Chinese aviation may offer early signs of a COVID-19 recovery 
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Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (NAS) – Notice of extraordinary general meeting
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Wuhan Tianhe Airport Officially Reopens As Coronavirus Shutdown Ends
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Irish Aviation News:

Fáilte Ireland ‘exploring ideas’ that will help Ireland’s travel industry to recover
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IAG negotiating delays to aircraft orders, not planning to renew certain leasing contracts: CEO Willie Walsh 
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Joramco maintains its drive into Europe with Ryanair contract win
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Not all heroes who fly, wear capes! Referee Aer Lingus Airbus A330 Captain Joe Elliott on the front line 
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Ryanair gets temporary permit to operate flights from Italy to Ukraine
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Utair wins UN contract for the deployment of Irish forces to Syria
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Tweet Picks:

@airindiain #FlyAI :  Thank you Sir, for your gesture of acknowledging our efforts. Your words have touched the hearts of every Air Indian working tirelessly. Its heartening to see the entire aviation family serving the Nation together in this time of crisis. @IndiGo6E.

@e_russell A “patchwork of different carriers’ are stepping up to keep mail and freight moving to Alaska’s rural communities after the bankruptcy of RavnAir, via @ByTessWilliams.

@e_russell ICYMI: United is considering resuming limited service to Shanghai.

@LeehamNews Just in from @Delta : the airline has 200,000 pounds of food from its SkyClubs it can’t use. So it’s donating to people in need. I hope others follow, so some good can come out of this crisis.

@SpaethFlies “Airlines retiring their classic fleet like #A346, 744s, #A380s do it long term or probably forever. But the crisis is a huge chance to go to new gen aircraft”, says Christoph Müller, formerly with LH, EI, MH, EK @CAPA_Aviation.

Video Picks:

IATA – Early signs of China aviation market recovery

Aer Lingus A330 Landing on Crosswind limits on Dublin’s runway 16 – Cockpit Views

Parking Problem Amid COVID-19 Crisis for Airlines

Secretary Mnuchin to meet with airlines to negotiate funds allocated from stimulus

We Will Succeed Together – Turkish Airlines


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