Published on May 14th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/05/2020

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-CJX Boeing 757-2Y0 c/n 26160 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Shannon-Bangor-Mojave 12/05/20 on return to lessor.

EI-EIK Airbus A330-302 c/n 789 Aer Lingus Registered at Dublin 13/05/20 ex A7-AEH.

EI-FGI Boeing 717-200 c/n 55167 Volotea Airlines Ferried Stockholm-Venice 13/05/20 after storage.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines Move Toward Recovery With More Growth in China, Hong Kong
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British Airways And Iberia Could Accelerate 747 And A340 Retirement Due To Coronavirus
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Delta and LATAM sign trans-American Joint Venture Agreement
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Flag carrier Turkish Airlines eyes gradually resuming flights in June
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Gulfstream Now Has Trio of Test G700s in Flight Testing
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Heavy PPE demand overwhelms China’s airport hubs
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IAG Cargo gives a lowdown on how to set up a cargo operation in 7 days
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Korean Air Adds International Flights as Region Slowly Reopens
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Lufthansa: Group Breakup Would Hurt Fight Against Emirates, Turkish, Chinese And U.S. Airlines
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OAG Coronavirus Update – Week Seventeen Looks Like We’ve Bottomed Out!
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Regional Express to take on Qantas and Virgin with capital city flights
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U.K. Quarantine Upends Airline Plans for Return to Flight
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Vietnam Airlines Group Begins to Recover Domestic Network
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Irish Aviation News:

Eddie Wilson CEO Of Ryanair DAC On Getting Flights Up And In The Air Again
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Flight Plan 2020:  Creating Traveller Confidence in the Time of COVID – CarTrawler
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Gatwick Airport ‘one we want to serve’ in the future, says IAG CEO, but it is considering future of London City flying
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Local pilot helping to fly in PPE supplies from China
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Ryanair cools on Airbus, moves back towards all-Boeing fleet 
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Sean Sullivan Joins Vx Capital Partners as Chief Financial Officer
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Vilicom brings robust mobile connectivity to Dublin Airport
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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Australian regional carrier REX plans to add jets (A320s or 737s) and compete with Qantas and Virgin on trunk routes, via @pwhatch.

@e_russell The Queensland government is considering a bid for Virgin Australia (the airline is based in Brisbane, the capital of Queensland).

@e_russell The U.S. shows its CARES, eases airline air service requirements slightly, with @zlwichter.

@Tim_the_Pilot Manchester has a huge local market, two runways, is just completing a large redevelopment of Terminal 2 and yet BA pulled off its last MAN longhaul route (MAN-JFK) in Oct 2008. It refuses to invest in the gateway to the ‘Northern Powerhouse’. 

@Tim_the_Pilot When BA’s London City (LCY) and London Gatwick (LGW) operation is added, BA and IAG are one of the biggest single operator in the whole London area. easyJet & Ryanair at LGW, Luton and Stansted provide it’s main ‘domestic’ completion, keeping it competitive in shorthaul.

Video Picks:

Boeing commercial plane backlog dips to lowest number since 2013

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

Queensland Government moves to buy stake in coronavirus-hit Virgin Australia

Ryanair plans to run 40% of flights in July with new COVID-19 rules in UK

Soaring high with the Airbus A350-1000 to Sao Paulo, Brazil


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