Published on May 25th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/05/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters: Acumen further increases the strength of its appraisal team – Mr Yibang Wang Obtains Accredited Member Status from American Society of Appraisers (ASA)

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:

G-ECOI DHC8-402 c/n 4224 Donegal Q400 Leasing Ferried Manchester-Oslo Torp 19/05/20.

G-JECX DHC8-402 c/n 4155 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Isle of Man-Maastricht 22/05/20.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Opens A220 Hangar in Mobile
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CARES Act relief paves way for RavnAir Alaska restart
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Croatia Airlines eyes post-pandemic resurgence
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easyJet announces resumption of flights from 15 June
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Emirates expects all its aircraft to be flying in 2 years
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Etihad Airways targeting ‘meaningful’ return to flying in July, says CEO
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Qantas brings Boeing 717 fleet back in-house with new deal 
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Smartlynx And Global Crossing Airlines Announce Comprehensive Commercial Agreement
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Temperature screening trial launch at London Heathrow
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The Airbus A220 and Embraer E2 will reshape airline competition after coronavirus
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UK Bizjet Confiscated in Nigeria over Covid Violations
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Volotea Launches 40 New Domestic Routes This Summer
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Irish Aviation News:

Japan’s Orix rejects taking over aircraft leasing JV with HNA
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Laudamotion S20 operations as of 20MAY20
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Low-cost air veteran Ryan eyes opportunity amid carrier distress
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Ryanair announces new flight schedule for Dubrovnik for 2020
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Ryanair Italy 3Q20 operations as of 20MAY20
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Ryanair Still Wants Its Boeing 737 MAX-200 ‘Gamechanger’ Aircraft Despite COVID-19 Traffic Slump
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Ryanair Welcomes EU Guidelines For Return To Healthy Flying
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Views from the Covid Bunker With Michael Vaughan – 21st May 2020 In conversation with Enda Cornielle, Ruth Andrews & Eoghan Corry – IHF

Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Crazy timing but a new low-cost airline in Japan plans to begin flights in less than two weeks, via @winglets747.

@e_russell Delta says it has reached an agreement with Airbus for an enhanced A350 that can fly its longest routes that were the domain of the 777-200LR. Sounds like the high-gross weight variant with a range of 9,321 miles.

@KianiKress And the fun starts with (partly) renationalisation of #Lufthansa german government seems to insist that Airline will take all #airbus planes, even in they‘re not needed. Expect similar Thinge with redundancies and route cuts.

@vl_bryan And this is why politicians should not run airlines. Or try to build airports…

@winglets747 Emirates perhaps unlike any other airline planning for the future or at least flexibility. Tim Clark: “The optimistic scenario is driving what we do now.”

Video Picks:

Emirates resumes passenger flights to nine cities

Further enhancing our onboard health & safety measures | Qatar Airways

JetBlue CEO Says Booking Demand Now ‘Bumping Off the Bottom’

Low-cost airlines resume flying

We care! airBaltic new health measures


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