Published on June 5th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/06/2020

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:

OE-IAH Boeing 737-7K2 c/n 33465 Thunderbolt Leasing  Registered 27/05/20 Parked at Tallinn ex OY-JTS.

OE-IHW Boeing 777-36N c/n 32789 GECAS Ferried Sharjah-Athens 03/06/20 prior freighter conversion ex A6-EBB.

Global Aviation News:

Air New Zealand updates domestic schedule for July and August
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Airlines Lose Billions of Dollars in the Oil-Market Casino
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Alitalia resumes direct Rome New York services
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Amazon Air Expands Aircraft Fleet
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Croatia Airlines in talks over Ljubljana base
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Emirates Will Grow Etihad And FlyDubai Cooperation, But Won’t Merge
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Flying into the sunset: Air Canada’s last Boeing 767 operates final passenger flight
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IndiGo to rapidly replace A320ceo fleet to save costs
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Wizz Air to slow fleet modernisation over next three years 
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings N.V. Announces Pricing of $1.250 Billion Aggregate Principal Amount of Senior Notes
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Aer Lingus calls for 14-day quarantine period to be scrapped 
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Deal struck to avoid shutdown at Ryanair’s Austrian unit
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Emirates resumes Dubai to Dublin route from 17th June 
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Etihad Airways resumes Abu Dhabi to Dublin route from 10th June 
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Move to one-metre social distancing, with staycations from June 29 – Ireland’s Tourism Recovery Taskforce
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Qatar Airways to Resume Services to Venice and Expand Flights to Dublin, Milan and Rome
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State paying €8,000 per return trip to keep Donegal airport open
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‘Summer is not yet lost’, Irish PM backs air bridges
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Tweet Picks:

@airlinewriter Aviation milestone: In May, for the first time ever, China’s airlines will operate more flights than will U.S. carriers, according to Cirium.

@airlinewriter Delta praises the US decision, United says it looks forward to returning to China “when the regulatory environment allows us to do so.”

@HHAhmedBinSaeed We welcome the UAE authorities’ decision to re-open UAE airports for all connecting travellers.  @Emirates  and flydubai will shortly announce the resumption of passenger flights to more cities with connections to, and through, Dubai. @DXB.

@JohnLStrickland CEO Jozsef Varadi still manifests quiet confidence despite a modest slowing in growth plans.  4 new base announcements in last week is going some!.

@shamalcomms #Aviation industry could return “to some kind of normality during the course of 2021”, says Sir Tim Clark.

Video Picks:

Airlines Hold Onto Leased Planes Awaiting Demand: SMBC CEO Peter Barrett

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker on the travel industry and civil unrest

Domestic airlines surge as Pres. Donald Trump looks to ban Chinese carriers

What this airline analyst learned about travel demand from flying to Mexico

Wizz Air CEO Sees Possible Turning Point for Aviation in June


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