Published on May 11th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/05/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market insights – Risk Exposure for airlines and lessors

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

Aircraft Update:

EI-EIN Airbus A330-301 c/n 1951 Aer Lingus Onward Delivery Brussels-Dublin 08/05/20 ex F-WWCH.

OE-IDQ  Airbus A321-211 c/n 6979 Avolon Leasing in Condor colours noted carrying out engine runs at Shannon 08/05/20.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic secures equity to overcome crisis
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airBaltic still has goal to expand its fleet to 80 Airbus aircraft by 2025 – Gauss
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Air Belgium gets a €6.3 million capital increase from Belgian shareholders
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Air France-KLM Uneasy With Government’s ‘Good Airbus Customer’ Mandate For Coronavirus State Aid
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Boeing plans to resume 737 MAX production this month
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Canary Islands and UNWTO agree first safe flight using Digital Health Passport
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Carriers declare flights ‘safe’ without social distancing
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CMA Investigation of IAG Atlantic Joint Business Agreement 
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Czech Airlines Resumes Its Flights To/from Prague After Over 1.5 Months
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Emirates Group records full year profit of Dh1.7 billion
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EU plots travel restart, saying ‘Europe needs a break’
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German shareholders told to help Corsair

IAG wants to nab Vienna from Lufthansa 
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IATA Calls for Passenger Face Covering and Crew Masks 
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JetBlue accelerates Airbus A220 deliveries amid crisis, Boston-Washington a possible early route
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Lufthansa Group airlines to take off again with 160 aircraft from 1st June
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings – Prepared for extended turbulence  – Davy Research
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Air Europa deal still makes sense but work to do to complete: IAG CEO Willie Walsh 
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DTTAS published an examination of the performance by the Irish Aviation Authority functions
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Emirates airlines resumes cargo operations to Ireland
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Fly Leasing Reports First Quarter 2020 Financial Results
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North Runway must be built
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Ryanair Adds Additional London Stansted Routes to its Current Limited Schedule – Schedule Extended Until 28 May
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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineFlyer The Lufthansa Group says that a total of 80 aircraft will be reactivated in its June schedule, serving 106 destinations with 160 aircraft. This is in response to “growing interest of customers for air travel.”

@e_russell I’m definitely seeing an uptick in UA and WN passengers, based solely on how much busier DEN has become over the past week.

@HardeepSPuri Preparations to restart civil aviation operations are in place. As soon as a decision is taken in this regard we will be able to take off immediately. We also foresee changes in the way people travelled thus far.  A calibrated reopening can happen after the lockdown. @MoCA_GoI.

@JournoDannyAero A total of 160 aircraft flying to 106 destinations:@Lufthansa Group starts scaling back up slowly (approx 25% of aircraft).

@jonostrower NEWS: Southwest in a regulatory filing said it has completed a sale leaseback deal for 10 737-800s and 10 737 Max 8s worth $815 million, averaging $40.75m per plane.

Video Picks:

Eoghan Corry Travelwrap May 8 2020

Frontier Airlines becomes first U.S. carrier to require temperature checks

Jazeera Airways Has Cash for More Than 2 Years: CEO

Michael O’Leary Social Distancing on aircraft does not work

Qantas Hopes Significant Domestic Business by Year-End: CEO Alan Joyce


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