Published on June 11th, 2020 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 11/06/2020
Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 June: https://bit.ly/3dJmoIt
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 June: https://bit.ly/3cDOweN
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 8 June:https://bit.ly/37mgKKl
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 June:https://bit.ly/2XJENQ1
North America Newsletter 8 June :https://bit.ly/37ccMUv
EI-FNW Boeing 737-86N c/n 28642 Air Italy Ferried Milan Malpensa-Kaunas 09/06/20.
OE-IOD Airbus A320-214 c/n 3361 Peregrine Aviation Registered 08/06/20 parked at Woensdrecht ex VP-CXZ.
VP-CCR Airbus A320-251N c/n 9238 ACG Acquisitions Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Zurich 09/06/20 Interjet XA-KIS not taken up.
Global Aviation News:
Airline Stocks Just Posted Their Best Week On RecordRead more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/greatspeculations/2020/06/09/airline-stocks-just-posted-their-best-week-on-record/#5ba583462c32
American Airlines Set To Reactivate 140+ Narrowbody Aircraft
ATSG Delivers Boeing 767 Freighter to Raya Airways of Malaysia
Boeing expects local air travel to recover faster than international
Boeing seeks to build confidence in air travel through data
European flight numbers on the up says EUROCONTROL
Gatwick introduces COVID-19 protective measures with guidance for passengers and staff to protect each other – as it prepares to reopen its North Terminal to accommodate more flights
IATA Open Letter to European Ministers of Health, Transport, Interior, and Foreign Affairs
Turkish Airlines to resume Serbia, Bosnia and Macedonia flights
Wizz Air CEO József Váradi Looks Beyond The Virus
Irish Aviation News:
CDB Aviation Names Paul Boyle Head of EMEA
Chris Browne nominated for Norwegian Air board
DAA chairman blasts regulator as €1m a day lost
Europe’s airline capacity: true climb starts after Ryanair false start
Icelandair resumes Keflavik- Dublin route from July
Ryanair, BA, EasyJet protest over ‘wholly unjustified’ UK quarantine plan
SMBC chief expects new aircraft to be favoured in recovery despite cheap fuel
SMBC eyes purchase and leaseback opportunities as airlines face finance crunch
Who is flying where and when? The dates to watch for Irish air travel
@CamWallace Pleased to see our relative success in rebuilding the @FlyAirNZ domestic business. Largely VFR and leisure bookings still. Very keen to see if a move to level 1 kick starts the corporate market. @andykirton.
@carlquintanilla The trendline of TSA passenger traffic implies a recovery to pre-COVID-19 levels by August. “We realize this sounds ludicrous. And we do not necessarily think about what will happen. But the rising mobility of Americans suggest that industry experts may be too negative..”’- @fundstrat
@e_russell Azul plans to operate 240 peak daily departures in July, compared to 168 in June.
@jonostrower “But what Kelly…doesn’t say when he repeats that warning is that Southwest itself started what’s likely to be a long and bloody fare war, and that he expects to win it.”
@sn26567 .@ASLGroup introduces a new innovative concept, ASL FLY EXECUTIVE, and launches scheduled flights from @BrusselsAirport to #Ibiza before @AntwerpAirport-#Innsbruck in 2021.
American increases flights as demand grows
Can Toulouse reinvent itself? Strong turbulence for France’s aviation capital
Cathay to repay Hong Kong for parts of bailout
Ireland Quarantine Debate Prime Time
Looking Forward To Welcoming You Back On Board – British Airways