Published on June 2nd, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/06/2020

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-GSX Embraer 190LR c/n 19000535 BA CityFlyer Delivered Guangzhou-Bandaranaike-Muscat-Cairo-Amsterdam-Warsaw 30-31/05/20 to become G-LCAD.

OE-IOP Airbus A320-214 c/n 1657 Celestial Aviation Registered 28/05/20 Parked at Ostrava ex ES-SAT.

OE-IOQ Airbus A320-214 c/n 2123 Celestial Aviation Registered 28/05/20 Parked at Ostrava ex ES-SAT.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic to Introduce New Ticket Types
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Alaska Air Group: The Rally Is Just Getting Started
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Business travel lags leisure early in coronavirus air travel recovery
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Bullish Wizzair to open Milan and Larnaca bases in July
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easyJet’s cost-cutting may be misguided as international arrivals expected to return to 2019 levels by 2021, says GlobalData
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Etihad Airways Airbus A380s will return, Airbus A350 deliveries to follow
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German airline Lufthansa to double flights to Athens from Frankfurt and Munich
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Half of Finnair customers planning leisure trips by air, flights within Europe first choice
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Investors warm back up to airline stocks
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Patchwork of Travel Restrictions Hinder Asia-Pac Reopening

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Irish Aviation News:

Air & Travel July 2020
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Inflight Dublin Offers COVID-19 Communication and Temperature Screening Solutions
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Lufthansa Group to resume UK and Ireland services from June 15
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Ryanair’s Director Route Development to star in webinar #2: “Who will be our airport partners now?”
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Ryanair July – October 2020 Poland operations as of 28MAY20
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Ryanair July – October 2020 Portugal operations as of 28MAY20
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Ryanair’s O’Leary says quarantine measures won’t work
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TAP Air Portugal Resume Lisbon-Dublin from 3rd July
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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Chatting with a friend who flew on a full AA flight yesterday. Even with full middle seats, he felt it was safe. This is how it has to be: airlines need to be able to sell all seats to recover. Other measures do more to protect from COVID-19.

@HertsRoyal With potentially as many as 120 new aircraft to be built this year, feels likely that Boeing could end the year with even more Max in stock than they have today. As @MaxK_J  says, interesting dynamic in 2020’s demand environment.

@jetcitystar The Bombardier Commercial Aircraft @BBD_Aircraft  has ceased to exist. It has been rebranded as @MHI_RJ . Mitsubishi Heavy Industries @MHI_Group completed its acquisition of the @Bombardier CRJ Regional Jet program today June 1, 2020.

@hjelnaes The Norwegian Government acted fast to set up a number of temporary PSO routes to secure a functioning airline transport infra-structure during the Covid-19 crisis. This enabled SAS, Norwegian and Wideroe to keep flying a limited network on domestic route…

@MaxK_J Boeing restarting Max production, with 31/month planned from next year. That rate, plus delivering the c400 Max in the car parks etc, will create some interesting dynamics in the used market.

Video Picks:

CNBC-TV18 Inside Mumbai Airport

Coronavirus Special Report: Airlines Grounded

Germany to Take Lufthansa Stake in Landmark $9.8 Billion Bailout

Thousands still flying into Canadian airports amid COVID-19 restrictions

Travel industry needs COVID-19 vaccine or treatment for full recovery: Booking Holdings CEO



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