Published on June 8th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/06/2020

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:

B-LHB Airbus A330-243 c/n 452 Hong Kong Airlines Ferried Châteauroux-Woensdrecht 05/06/20 ex OE-IFL.

CS-TRY Airbus A330-223 c/n 970 Azores Airlines Position Lourdes-Lisbon 05/06/20 after storage ex EI-EJY.

EI-GPO ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1315 Stobart Air Ferried Kerry-Dublin 05/06/20 for Sky Express prior delivery.

Global Aviation News:

American sees demand improving, to operate more than half of original July schedule
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Etihad Guest expands earn and spend opportunities through an extended partnership with Air Canada
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Leeds Bradford Airport’s plans to compete with Manchester Airport
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Lufthansa Group airlines significantly expands flight schedule until September
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Qantas and Jetstar will increase domestic and regional flying for June and July as restrictions ease
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Southwest CEO predicts ‘brutal low-fare’ pressure when traffic returns
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TUI rejigs 737 Max deliveries as part of compensation deal
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UAE reopens airports in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah
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WOW Air Becomes A Global Cargo Airline Based In West Virginia
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Wizz Air plans to grow MidEast fleet to 100 aircraft, says CEO
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus calls for 14-day quarantine to be scrapped – Chief Corporate Affairs Officer Donal Moriarty on Morning Ireland

airBaltic plans to launch new route from Vilnius to Dublin from 16 June
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Croatia Airlines resumes Zagreb to Dublin route three times weekly from 16th June
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Dublin Airport 2019 Price Cap
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GECAS delivers prototype for 777-300ERSF passenger-to-freighter conversion
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Malta Airport to Reopen to 19 Countries Including Ireland
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Newry engineering firm breaks new ground with aerospace industry accreditation
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Ryanair Calls On Taoiseach To Scrap Ineffective Visitor Quarantine
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Ryanair will resume over 90 Belgian routes from 1 July
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Stobart Group looks in £100 million share issue
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Timeline for designing a pathway out of lockdown needs to be expedited for aviation sector – Mac Sharry
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Transavia France resumes Paris Orly-Dublin route from 26 June  [French]
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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute American Airlines will operate 55% of its original domestic schedule in July, citing consistent improvement in summer leisure travel demand.

@ethanklapper As airlines prepare for significantly more July flying, I can’t wait to see aircraft come out of storage this month and runways return to service. Runway 8/26 at DEN, which was a parking lot for UA, was already reopened two weeks ago. AA has been flying planes out of TUL as well.

@neil_steedman There’s a touch of “If you build it, they will come” about all this, as in “If we start flying, restrictions will be lifted, and passengers will come.”

@R_Wall Airbus say it had no new orders in May, though also zero cancellations.

@SeanM1997 Inverness-Dublin will be back in Summer 2021. Loganair have taken the decision not to restart this summer in light of the social restrictions remaining in place in both the UK and Ireland.  However, Loganair will be resuming the route in March 2021.

Video Picks:

Doesn’t seem to be a lot of thought behind where bets are being placed:Raymond James’ airline analyst

Global airlines add flights; U.S. carriers target the great outdoors

Governor Ige discusses plans for reopening inter-island travel

IATA CEO Sees ‘Strong Appetite to Fly’ as Demand Rebounds

Qantas to expand domestic travel as end of taxpayer funding looms



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