Published on June 4th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/06/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Announces Bermudan CAMO Approval:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 June:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 June:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 2 June:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 2 June:

North America Newsletter 2 June:

Aircraft Update:

LZ-CGV Boeing 737-405(F) c/n 25795 Cargo Air Ferried Shannon-Cologne 02/06/20 after paint into standard colours.

SP-LLG Boeing 737-45D c/n 28753 LOT Polish Airlines Ferried Warsaw-Shannon 03/06/20  for VX Capital Partners, for freighter conversion at Kelowna.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines reinstate flights to US vacation spots as cities re-open
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Air bridges likely as ‘draconian’ quarantine measures to be watered down
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EasyJet unveils ‘Europe with Confidence Pledge’
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Europe’s Airlines Lament Haphazard Lifting of Travel Restrictions
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ICAO task force outlines guidelines for restarting air travel
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Italy opens up to encourage holiday bookings
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Jet2 owner raises almost £100m by selling logistics arm
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Low-Costers Set to Cash in on Golden Opportunities Brought by 9 Billion-Euro Lufthansa Bailout
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Lufthansa accepts terms of EU-Germany rescue deal
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New Air Routes Connect Greece with Major European Markets
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OAG: Global air capacity climbs to one-third of pre-pandemic levels

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus wants quarantine period axed to resume flights in July
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Consultation on Appeals Panel Decisions on the 2019 Determination on Airport Charges at Dublin Airport
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COVID-19: New Health & Safety Measures at City of Derry Airport
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Ryanair passenger numbers drop 99.5% in May
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SMBC Aviation Capital results for the year ended 31 March 2020
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2020 Aer Lingus College Football Classic: Navy vs Notre Dame
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Tweet Picks:

@AirbusInTheUS The 1st Airbus #A220 aircraft produced at the U.S. Manufacturing Facility has flown for the 1st time. The A220-300, destined for @Delta Air Lines, took off from the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley in Mobile, AL, this morning, performed its test sequences & landed safely at 1:44 pm.

@e_russell Bain Capital and Cyrus Capital shortlisted bidders for Virgin Australia, final bids due 30 June, via @FlightGlobal.

@e_russell “The aircraft never let me down in 27 years,” Captain Jim Hamilton told me ahead of Delta’s final MD-88 flight yesterday.

@HamdanMohammed For years, @DXB  has been ranked among the world’s biggest airports for international travel, while @Emirates is a unique success story in global aviation. Dubai will fly again, and send the world a promising message for a bright future.

@jonostrower Emirates’ Clark: No Deal With Big U.S. Airline Is A Missed Opportunity (via @AvMROSean.

Video Picks:

Air Travel Slowly Bounces Back, Spirit Airlines Adds Flights In Denver

Delta Airlines Final McDonnell Douglas MD-88 Flight from Sarasota to Atlanta

Leadership Live With David Rubenstein: United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz

Low cost airlines will be willing to charge ‘almost nothing’ to recover intial demand

Malaysia Airlines and MASkargo introduces Cargo-in-Cabin



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