Published on May 12th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/05/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market insights – Risk Exposure for airlines and lessors

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 May

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 11 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 11 May

North America Newsletter 11 May

Aircraft Update:

EI-FNX Airbus A330-243 c/n 283 I-Fly Position Teruel-Vnukovo 11/05/20 after storage.

SP-RKU Boeing 737-800 c/n 44806 Ryanair Sun Position London Stansted-Aberdeen 11/05/20 in Ryanair colours ex EI-GDK.

VP-CMS Airbus A320-232 c/n 1895 Castlelake Ferried Doha-Bucharest-Birmingham 04/05/20 ex A7-ADD.

Global Aviation News:

Air Serbia considering China flights
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As American Airlines Charlotte Hub Pushes Through Crisis, The Airbus Bastion Will Get Boeing 777s For Europe Flights
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Delhi airport gets ultraviolet rays, shoe sanitizer mats in its battle against COVID-19
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Emirates’ Tim Clark: Coronavirus is a black swan event for the airline industry
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European Airlines Resume Flights For Summer Travel At Different Paces, But British Airways/IAG, Air France-KLM And Lufthansa May Converge
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Ethiopian Airlines Ready to Be Savior to Fellow African Carriers
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Eurowings takes up further connections in May
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EU Bans Bonuses, Curbs Takeovers for Some Covid-19 Bailouts
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‘Europe needs a break’: EU plots to restart travel and tourism 
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First UAE-India repatriation flight captain’s patriotic inflight announcement goes viral
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Future alliance among considerations for revived Alitalia: minister
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Greybull and Apollo weigh up swoop for Virgin Atlantic 
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IAG scales back planned deliveries to 75 over next three years
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Italy Weighing Candidates for New Alitalia Company
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Irish Aviation News:

Airlines That Have Suspended Dublin Airport Services Due To COVID-19
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CityJet closes its Brussels Airport base
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EasyJet ups flights from Belfast despite Covid impact fears
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Government spends €5.2m on new aircraft to help Covid-19 response
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International Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A. (ICAGY) CEO Willie Walsh on Q1 2020 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Ryanair criticises aircraft parking charges in Dublin 
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Ryanair starts flying daily between Porto and London on 22 May
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Stobart Air could face competition to retain Aer Lingus regional contract says IAG CEO Willie Walsh
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Sun, sea and sand: Travel industry preparing for a bonanza fire-sale this autumn
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Walsh Wants British Airways To Keep London Gatwick Flights After Coronavirus
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Tweet Picks:

@Lord_Sugar Branson’s Virgin airways wants money from the UK. Question is not whether to give him money, but if the airline is worth saving. Virgin’s performance has been unimpressive. Over two decades it’s lost money but managed to cherry-pick the best routes to the US and the Caribbean.

@Oliver__Clark Some corporates are keen to get going with travel as soon as they can and IAG will assess this in relation to capacity deployed, CEO Willie Walsh says.

@Oliver__Clark Airlines that have taken state aid will be weighed down with debts that need to be repaid which will influence their future behaviour, IAG’s Willie Walsh says.

@Oliver__Clark Walsh would like British Airways to retain a “presence” at Gatwick, but that is just an opinion as consultation is live.

@TSAmedia_LisaF BREAKING: On Friday, May 8th, 215,444 individuals came through @TSA checkpoints nationwide. Exactly one year earlier, 2,602,631 people were screened at security checkpoints across the country. It’s the highest volume since March 25th.

Video Picks:

#IAG Chief Executive Willie #Walsh takes questions from #UK committee

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary says EU transport chief ‘talking nonsense’ on state aid

Southwest Airlines Beginning to See Traffic Recovery, CEO Kelly Says

Southwest Air Beginning to See Traffic Recovery, CEO Kelly Says

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