Published on May 29th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/05/2020

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:

EI-GPN ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1300 Stobart Air Ferried Isle of Man-Dublin 28/05/20 by lessor ex G-FBXC.

F-HTVP Boeing 737-8AL c/n 39060 Transavia France Delivered Shannon-Paris Orly 27/05/20 ex 2-TJFK.

OE-ION Airbus A320-214 c/n 1578 Celestial Aviation Registered 27/05/20 parked at Ostrava ex ES-SAT.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing Resumes 737 MAX Production
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Budget airlines put squeeze on airports in coronavirus cost drive
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easyJet updates the market on capacity, fleet and cost structure plans
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Laudamotion’s Future Linked To ACMI Business, CEO Says
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How destinations can ‘Live Forward’ in a moment of pause
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Lufthansa Group significantly extends June timetable
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Remarks of Alexandre de Juniac at the IATA Media Briefing on COVID-19, 26 May
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Small Aircraft Lead Airline Recovery
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Wizz Air to open base at Larnaca, Cyprus in July
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings N.V. Announces Rescheduling of Aircraft Deliveries
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Air Canada Expands its Cargo-only Flight Schedule to Dublin

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EasyJet Confirms Faro Flights from Belfast – Services to Resume June 15

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Mandatory passenger locator form comes into effect from today

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Ryanair Calls On Mrs Merkel To Scrap €9bn State Aid For “Ungrateful” Lufthansa

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Ryanair Calls For Removal Of Ineffective Quarantine

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Ryanair looks to use crisis to put squeeze on Irish airports to slash airline fees

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Stobart selling Aer Lingus seats – but quiet on staffing

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Tweet Picks:

@CamWallace_NZ Tough choice withdrawing from BUE. A unique and volatile market. The RR engine problems didn’t help, making high operating trip costs worse. The LF was ok but it’s a extremely seasonal market with significant amounts of lower value connecting traffic.

@kylelarnold .@americanair  CEO Doug Parker: “I don’t think people should look at bankruptcy as a financial tool, I think it’s failure.”

@simonasbartkus I heard a rumour @airBaltic  asked permission from Lithuanian government to fly from Vilnius to London, Dublin, Oslo, Amsterdam and @TLLairport  starting May 25th.

@simonasbartkus I have strong rumour the @Ryanair  bases will be closed in Kaunas and Vilnius on June 30th and to be replaced by Polish company @BuzzAirOfficial  operations. Not much change for average Joe, actually.

@simonasbartkus Lithuanian government allowed flights from Lithuania to Germany and the Netherlands from May 28. Foreign minister

@LinkeviciusL told @airBaltic  applied to fly Berlin and Amsterdam from Vilnius; @wizzair applied to serve to Vilnius-Dortmund, Vilnius-Eindhoven and Kaunas-Eindhoven.

Video Picks:

Air Lease executive chairman discusses state of the airline industry

Boeing to resume 737 Max production

JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes on covid-19 pandemic and the airline industry

#SeeYouSoon #WeAreAustrian

United Airlines to replace current COO with Jon Roitman effective June 1


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