Published on April 23rd, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/04/2020

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Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insight on Covid 19 Impact on global fleet dynamics

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 April

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 April:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20 April

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 April:

North America Newsletter 20 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:

D-ABQI DHC8-402 c/n 4264 LGW Luftfahrtgesellschaft Walter Ferried Dusseldorf-Bratislava 18/04/20 on return to lessor.

9H-QCM Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44737 Malta Air Registered at London Stansted 16/04/20 on transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FRG.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus and Boeing hustle to keep airplanes flowing to a collapsed market 
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American Air Boosts Bag Fee to $75 on No-Frills Fares to Europe
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American Airlines And United Fly More Cargo Flights Than Long-Haul Passenger Services
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As Most Airlines Scrap Jet Orders, One Tiny Carrier Is Throttling Up
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CAE Recalls Canadian Workers
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Dubai’s Emirates says will resume services ‘as soon as conditions allow’
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Emirates steps up safety measures for customers and employees at the airport and on board
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Passenger Airplanes Serve Vital Cargo Links During Pandemic
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SAS gets lifeline to keep flying
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Volotea to start Bologna – Olbia in July; we look at the carrier’s Italian ops
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Irish Aviation News:

Airline passengers’ anger mounts as Government considers diluting refund rights
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Bombardier set to resume production in Belfast on 4th May 
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CDB Leasing Axes Orders for 29 Boeing Max Jets
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Ryanair will give options “including refunds” to customers whose flights are cancelled
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Stobart Group on hook for $100m of regional carrier’s liabilities
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The Global Pandemic Is Not Stopping Enterprise Ireland From Supporting Travel Tech 
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United Airlines launches Dublin-Washington cargo flights
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U2 join Dómhnal in fight against Coronavirus
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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell “Anything that was scheduled to retire over the next five years has been accelerated towards retirement,” says Delta CEO Bastian on airline’s fleet plans. MD-88/90s out, 757s and 767s accelerated, he says. $DAL.

@e_russell “Demand will be there when it’s safe to travel. When people feel confident… that’s when the recovery will take shape,” says Delta CEO Bastian. $DAL.

@e_russell No “imminent” plans to pre-sell miles to credit card partners, says Delta CEO Bastian. $DAL.

@jonostrower Everyone is getting nutty. Delta wants to trade its 717 fleet to Boeing for a 100 737 Max jets.

@hharteveldt If “immunity passports” are needed to make people feel comfortable about traveling again, @delta will support that, says CEO Ed Bastian #airline #travel.

Video Picks:

British Airways – Dear Britain

Delta Air Lines CEO on Q1 earnings, protecting employees and more

Emirates puts health and safety first for customers and employees

Travel’s Path Forward: Airlines

United Airlines secondary offering to raise just over $1 billion


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