Published on May 20th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/05/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 May

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18 May

North America Newsletter 18 May

Aircraft Update:

CS-TKQ Airbus A320-214 c/n 2325 Azores Airlines Ferried Woensdrecht-Lisbon 13/05/20 prior return to service ex EI-FMD.

EI-RJF RJ85 c/n 2337 Cityjet Ferried Dublin-Norwich 18/04/20.

Global Aviation News:

Air France Is Progressively Increasing Its Flight Schedule
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Airlines Plan More International Flights To China, Expecting Coronavirus Travel Restrictions To Be Eased
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Airlines Will Rise Sooner Than Expected
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Cessna SkyCourier Completes First Flight
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Eurowings expands flight schedule from June
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Greece, Germany, Italy, and Eight Other EU States Agree on Travel Zone
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Interactive Coronavirus (Covid-19) Travel Regulations Map (powered by Timatic)
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Restrictions on all-cargo flights at Beijing airports lifted 
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Spirit Airlines: Ready For Liftoff
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The Helsinki Airport Development Programme continues: A new Terminal 2 is being built next to the old terminal building
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United Airlines Wants Back Into China But Regulatory Hurdles Remain
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Irish Aviation News:

Building Ireland: Shannon the focus of award-winning TV show
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Council calls on State to back Kerry Airport
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Emirates’ Ireland boss says return to passenger flights will be ‘very, very gradual’
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Finnair to resume Dublin-Helsinki flights
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Lauda abandons plans to operate base in Croatia’s Zadar – Ryanair
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Ryanair Full Year Profits Up 13% To €1Bn Due Stronger Revenue & 4% Traffic Growth Pre-Covid
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Ryanair: 737 MAX to be key taking market share in Europe
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Ryanair Taps U.K. Loan Program, Digs In for Slow Recovery
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Taoiseach urged to support Shannon Airport’s future
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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Listening to Hawaiian’s CEO Peter Ingram speak at the Wolfe Research conference. One note, no change to Hawaiian’s plans to keep flying the 717 through at least “the middle of the decade.” $HA.

@FlyingHighRyan “Billions of people travel by plane every year, yet there have only been a handful of documented disease outbreaks attributable to airplanes in the past 40 years.”

@jonostrower Piper says it now has received FAA certification of its Garmin Autoland System on the M600.

@Reuters Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia open common borders, creating the European Union’s first ‘travel bubble’ in a bid to jump-start economies.

@vanOnselenP I can’t believe the Queensland government wants to buy an airline to rival Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services (QANTAS). Unprecedented….

Video Picks:

Airline bailouts distorting competition in Europe: Ryanair CEO

Ryanair and Wizz Air will lead airline consolidation in Europe over next 5 years

Ryanair boss slams airport rules as ‘idiotic’

Ryanair CEO Says German, French Bailouts Distort Airline Market

UK’s two-week quarantine for inbound travellers ‘a joke,’ Ryanair CEO says


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