Published on June 9th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/06/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 8 June:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 June:

North America Newsletter 8 June :

Aircraft Update:

G-JECN DHC8-402 c/n 4120 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Edinburgh-Niederrhein 05/06/20.

G-JECR DHC8-402 c/n 4139 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Edinburgh-Niederrhein 03/06/20.

G-PRPJ DHC8-402 c/n 4202 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Manchester-Niederrhein 03/06/20.

G-PRPO DHC8-402 c/n 4213 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Manchester-Maastricht 03/06/20.

Global Aviation News:

Absent the bellyhold, freighter fleet can’t handle cargo demand
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Alitalia: Too Italian to fail
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Developing a growing appreciation for Vueling’s proposition
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European airline cash: new credit and state aid boosts some
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IATA After April Passenger Demand Trough, First Signals of Uptick
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Lufthansa CEO promises Germans a ‘homecoming guarantee’
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PM Modi’s New Advanced Boeing 777 VVIP Plane With Air Force One Like Protection Clicked for the 1st Time
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Road to Recovery: Virgin Atlantic restart date confirmed; Zürich Airport ramps up flight and commercial activity
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Singapore Airlines To Restart Auckland, Christchurch Services
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The making of the Big Twin freighter begins
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Wizz Air plans bigger Abu Dhabi operation to capture growth potential, CEO says
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Irish Aviation News:

British Airways resumes service Heathrow-Belfast City route from 1st July
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Buzz to Provide Charter Flights from Prague in 2021
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Eastern Airways to resume flights at Belfast City Airport from June 22
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Eirtech Aviation Services Receives Cayman Island CAMO Approval
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Iberia Express Resumes Flights Madrid to Dublin flights from Mid-July
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Ministers Ross and Griffin welcome acceleration of measures for tourism
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Ryanair bookings for summer sun soar as flights reopen
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Ryanair to fly through ‘rubbish’ UK quarantine: O’Leary
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World’s Largest Aircraft to Visit Shannon
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Tweet Picks:

@decfryan Completely agree. Aviation is critical to Ireland. Remember we are an Island

@RossFeinstein New schedule for June began June 4: 2,250 departures; June 3: 1,999; June 2: 1,378. On the number of passengers: from the low on April 8 to yesterday, June 4: 565% increase in number of passengers.

@saimsaeed847 I had an intriguing chat with @Airbus CEO @GuillaumeFaury last week. First, he proposed a US style ‘cash for clunkers’ scheme to boost aircraft production, whereby airlines can turn in old planes for new ones.

@simonasbartkus .@Ryanair changed its mind and now plans to resume Vilnius to Oslo route 2x weekly in August (previous plan was to resume in October).

@TSAmedia_LisaF .@TSA  NEWS: On Friday, June 5th, 419,675 passengers were screened at TSA security checkpoints nationwide; on Saturday June 6th it dipped to 353,016; on Sunday, June 7th, it hit 441,255. Prior to this weekend, the last time throughput topped 400,000 was on March 22nd.

Video Picks:

Airlines Slam U.K. Quarantine Plan

Dáil Éireann – Aviation – Statement by the Minister, Transport, Tourism & Sport – Unravel Travel TV

Emirates Airlines offers flights for passengers to 29 cities

IAG CEO Willie Walsh hints at legal action over UK quarantine

Why is this vintage airplane full of Dogs and going to Norway?



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