Published on May 27th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/05/2020

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:

G-FLBA DHC8-402 c/n 4253 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Belfast City-Maastricht 25/05/20.

OE-IOJ Airbus A321-211 c/n 6056 Blackbird Capital Registered at Shannon 25/05/20 ex G-TCDE.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic Bookings Grow Nearly 500% over Last Two Week
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Air Canada, Transat deal faces intense EU antitrust scrutiny
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Air Astana Announces Plans For Air Cargo Division
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Brussels Airlines restarts its operations with a network of 59 destinations from June until August
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India aims to start international flights by mid-June or July amid COVID-19 pandemic
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Korean Airlines Preparing to Resume International Flights
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Lufthansa Group secures finance package from economic fund
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Now is the time to cement relationships – Tom Screen, aviation director at Birmingham Airport (BHX)
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Play Airlines Seeks To Start Flights Over The Summer
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Signs Emerge Asian Airlines Could Take Off With Easing Lockdowns
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap, Avolon and DP Aircraft Ireland swoop up Norwegian equity
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Bombardier expects minimal impact from Belfast plant fire
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Emirates Airlines Resumes Dubai-Dublin daily from 1st July and double daily 1st September
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Newry engineering firm breaks new ground with aerospace industry accreditation
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Pilots urge Govt to rethink ‘blanket’ quarantine and base it on region’s Covid-19 risk
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Ryanair Welcomes Spain Reopening For Tourism From 1 July
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Ryanair: Weak Load Factor And Low Air Traffic Will Be Major Issues In The Next Couple Of Years
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Tweet Picks:

@AireonLLC The chart is a follow-on to last week’s changes in global aircraft movements since Jan 1, 2020.  It bottomed out the week of Apr 13, 2020 w/ a decrease in 492K movements. We have now recovered 10% of those movements. Last week, it was 8%. Moving in the right direction. #COVID19.

@e_russell Air New Zealand is parking its 777s through at least year-end, but even with a forecasted annual loss it has avoided drawing on gov’t loan during pandemic.

@e_russell Delta and United Airlines caught up in rising US-China tensions, via @CNNBusiness.

@KianiKress Saved – almost last minute: #Lufthansa to receive up to 9 bln € in load & equity, says german government fund, will get 2 board members, caps management salaries + dividends, airline has to pay rising interest, but has to sell shares by 2023.

@winglets747 The A380’s problem has always been revenue, not cost. The fuel and overall cost advantages are only realised if you can fill it without having to sacrifice yield. Need to find enough of those year-round markets to justify a fleet.

Video Picks:

Airlines see slight increase in demand over Memorial Day weekend

Germany stamps authority on Lufthansa with $9.8 bln lifeline

LANTAM #WeWillContinueToFly

Taking you home aboard our Airbus A350-1000 to Brisbane, Australia – Qatar Airways


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