Published on May 6th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/05/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 May

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5 May

North America Newsletter 5 May

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Laudamotion adds 27th Airbus A320-200

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

Sonas Aviation places Challenger 605 on Irish AOC

Aircraft Update:

EI-CSI Boeing 737-8AS c/n 29924 Sapphire Leasing Ferried Rome FCO-St Anthan 02/05/20 for part-out & scrap.

G-TCDD Airbus A321-211 c/n 6038 Air Lease Corporation Ferried Manchester-Shannon 02/05/20 in all white colours.

9H-QDA Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44750 Malta Air Registered at London Stansted 29/04/20 ex EI-FRY.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines Are Adding Flights Again: Here’s Where They’re Headed
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Airlines to return after coronavirus with ‘new standards’, says Wizz Air chief
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American Airlines: Back To Flying
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American Airlines to Increase Flying in New York Metro Area in May
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Australia and New Zealand discuss possible trans-Tasman ‘travel bubble’
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British Airways says it may stop serving London Gatwick after coronavirus
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De Havilland Canada announces phased return to work
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EASA SB 2020-07 : Preparation of Aerodromes to Resume Operations 
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Emirates protects and prepares its all wide-body fleet
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Emirates SkyCargo reconnects six continents with scheduled cargo flights
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EU states urge suspension of airline refundsRead more:

Expansion programme takes Qatar to a HIA levelRead more:

Hainan optimistic of rebound amid steep Q1 loss Read more:

How the UN civil aviation agency is helping airlines take off againRead more:

IATA and UPU warn of air capacity shortage Read more:

Irish Aviation News:

Amedeo Organizational Announcement
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Government to safeguard vital Great Britain-Northern Ireland air links
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In spite of the environmental benefits, I long for the return of planes to our empty skies -Mary Kenny
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Irish Air Corps makes first delivery of Covid-19 tests to German lab
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Profits soar at Shannon Airport parent in spite of reduced air traffic
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce on flying through, and out of, the coronavirus
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Recovery of airline industry is vital for the health of the economy
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Ryanair threatens to shut Lauda’s main base in Vienna, O’Leary says
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Ryanair: Why The Low-Cost Airline Will Emerge As A Survivor
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Tweet Picks:

@AilevonPacific TSA data shows ongoing improved #s. At 6.8% of last yr’s same weekday #s, it’s still v. low, but is the best perf. in terms of trvl seen since MAR. 5/3 (Sun) saw 32% higher demand than the previous Sun. (26 Apr), which saw 22% higher demand than the Sun. before that (19 Apr).

@CBCAlerts PM hints at financial help for Canada’s airlines, says immediate priority has been on helping workers and their families with CERB and wage subsidies. PM says it’s essential to have a strong airline industry and the government will soon have more to say on ‘sectoral supports.’

@e_russell Air Canada Rouge to retire Boeing 767s, focus on narrow-body jets post-coronavirus.

@e_russell United breaks with peers, puts off aircraft retirement decisions until signs of coronavirus recovery.

@e_russell United Airlines sees Boeing 787 as new long-haul ‘workhorse,’ orders 7 more Dreamliners.

Video Picks:

Changes coming to airlines post-pandemic

Kenya Airways Aircraft Storage

Major U.S. Airlines Introduce New Rules Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Singapore Airlines said to be considering aircraft deferrals, sale and lease backs

United Airlines Holdings (UAL) Q1 2020 Earnings Conference Call


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