Published on April 14th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/04/2020

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Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 April

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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:

N707GF Boeing 707-3K1C c/n 20804 Omega Air Ferried Brunswick-San Antonio 07/04/20 after storage.

9H-QAQ Boeing 737-800 c/n 44822 Malta Air Re-Registered at London Stansted 09/04/20 after transfer ex EI-GJB.

9H-QDZ Boeing 737-800 c/n 44788 Malta Air Re-Registered at London Stansted 09/04/20 after transfer ex EI-FZJ.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus records 15 A350 cancellations but reveals order for 10
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Air Canada to rehire 16,500 laid-off workers with help of federal government’s wage subsidy
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Air Canada Reconfigures Passenger Cabins on Three Aircraft to Transport More Vital Supplies and Necessary Cargo
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AirAsia Group to retain all staff: chief executive
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Airlines get creative with cargo
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easyJet Statement – Aircraft Delivery Update
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Delhi airport and airlines in Twitter banter: Together in the air, together on ground
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Emirates announces limited passenger flights to more cities
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Emirates SkyCargo scales up network and operations for transport of essential commodities
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Flair Airlines rehires all laid-off employees and restores wages following federal subsidy
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus to maintain Belfast City to Heathrow route after BA drops out
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American Airlines Announces Dallas Forth/Worth (DFW) – Dublin weekly Boeing 777-300ER cargo service for critical supplies 
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Amazon fly dedicated aircraft into Belfast to fill online orders
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Beacon of Light beams from new IAA Air Traffic Control Tower for #ShineYourLight Campaign 
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Brussels Airlines scraps wet-lease contract with CityJet for 5 CRJ900s and cancels 8 destinations until Summer 2021
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Draft Decision on Coordination Parameters for Winter 2020 at Dublin Airport
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Ryanair unit urges Austria not to grant state aid to Austrian Airlines
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Tweet Picks:

@AeronewsGlobal The Polish Aviation Group informed Condor about withdrawing from the transaction of the purchase of this company, said Katarzyna Majchrzak, director of the corporate communications office of the Polish Aviation Group. 

@AntonovCompany #AN225 Mriya begins a series of flights to fight the coronavirus. AN-225 is involved in the transportation of humanitarian aid, medical equipment to fight the coranovirus from China to European countries.

@Condor We have completed our first mission #homewithcondor: Almost 78,000 travellers, 3 dogs and 3 cats aboard 400 flights are back home from five continents, 34 countries and 48 destinations. Thanks to everybody for great #teamwork! .

@JacdecNew Air France Airbus A330-200 (F-GZCK), was hit by gunfire by an intoxicated sergeant at Pointe-Noire Airport (FCPP), Rep. Congo. Numerous bullets punctured the underbelly. AF sent a relief aircraft B772 (F-GSPG) to pick up stranded passengers.

@winglets747 There is plenty of infrastructure work to do. Asian airports are already starting it.

Video Picks:

Aer Lingus Dublin to Philadelphia 7-hour-long full flight show

Airborne 04.10.20: Massive Avionics Preview, AvPhotography, Top Gun Delay

Coronavirus Causes Disruptions For U.S. Airlines | NBC Nightly News

Coronavirus: Where Are All The Grounded Planes Going?

Dublin Air Traffic Control Tower lighting for #shinealight


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