Published on May 26th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/05/2020

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)

Market Insights COVID-19 Impact on the Regional Jet Market

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 May

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 25 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25 May

North America Newsletter 25 May

Aircraft Update:

VP-BAB Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39420 SmartAvia Delivered RZE-ARH 23/05/20 ex EI-FJP.

VP-BYW Boeing 777-212 c/n 32318 Standard Chartered Avn Finance Ferried Kula Lumpur-Seattle 21/05/20 ex 9M-FGB.

9H-QDQ Boeing 737-800 c/n 44766 Malta Air Position London Stansted-Milan Bergamo 23/05/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FTP.

Global Aviation News:ACI and IATA Outline Roadmap for Aviation Industry Restart
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airBaltic launches new route from Vilnius to Oslo
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airBaltic restarts flights from Riga to Amsterdam, Hamburg, Vienna and Dusseldorf
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Amazon Prime Air will grow to 200 planes, rival UPS, study says
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EASA/ECDC Guidelines Welcomed – Essential that European States Adopt Harmonized Measures
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Etihad Holidays to be operated by dnata Travel Group in the UK
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Etihad Airways increases number and frequency of special flights worldwide
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Europe’s airline capacity begins slow climb
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How United Airlines navigated a CEO transition during a pandemic
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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon CEO Domhnal Slattery on The Business RTE

EasyJet will restart some Belfast routes in June… but you must wear masks
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Lauda’s Zadar base “not going ahead”
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says Australians could ‘easily’ be flying around the country again by July – if state governments allow it
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Quarantine is ‘unimplementable and completely ineffective’ – Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary
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Stobart Air owner takes £40m hit on sale of brand  and design rights
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Will Michael O’Leary’s character make or break Ryanair?
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Tweet Picks:

@Airwaysfoodie Return of the red dots! As of June 15 @FlyingBrussels will gradually recommence operations. In August SN will fly to 58 destinations. Next to quite a few former Thomas Cook routes to holiday destinations, Moscow, St Petersburg, Conakry and Ouagadougou will not return for now.

@eoghancorry From Air Canada: operations from Dublin to restart on 2nd July with a 787-900 Dreamliner aircraft making its passenger aircraft debut in Dublin.

@HowardSlutsken Flag of Canada EU antitrust regulators open a full-scale investigation into Air Canada’s proposed acquisition of Transat, saying the deal could significantly reduce competition on 33 routes between Canada and Europe. via @financialpost.

@RusAviaInsider Aeroflot is ready to part with Aurora Airlines, its easternmost subsidiary, selling it to the administration of Sakhalin region.

@WandrMe Competition coming for Kalitta as FedEx tries to grab one of the HKG-SIN 5th Freedom cargo allocations. The carrier plans to add HKG on to one of its regular freighter turns across the Pacific.

Video Picks:

Contactless Airport Experience at #BLRairport

India Allows Airlines to Resume Domestic Flights

Piloting EMIRATES 777 into Amsterdam Schiphol | Stunning Cockpit Views

Piloting the MD-11 Addis Ababa to Cairo | Cockpit Views

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