Published on June 12th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/06/2020

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:

C-GMLV Boeing 767-316 c/n 26327 Air Canada Rouge Ferried Toronto -Shannon 05/06/20 for storage.

C-FMLZ Boeing 767-316 c/n 27597 Air Canada Rouge Ferried Toronto-Shannon 05/06/20 for storage.

N557CC Boeing 777-36N c/n 32789 GECAS Registered 08/06/20 Ferried Sharjah-Athens-Tel Aviv 03/4-06/20 first 773 for freighter conversion ex OE-IHW.

VP-CCS Airbus A320-251N c/n 9507 Aviation Capital Group Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Newquay 10/06/20 for storage.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing still sees MAX 3Q recertification
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China Eastern Airlines: 200+ Medical Supply Flights to Europe
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Covid Impact On North Atlantic Diversion Airports
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Emirates adds Kabul to list of passenger destinations
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Eurowings notes ‘sharply rising demand’ for business and leisure travel in summer 2020
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FlyOne Relaunches Regular Flights From July 1, 2020
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How Germany’s Lufthansa is lifting off again as lockdowns ease
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Qatar Airways’ Dedicated Mission to Take People Home Reflected in IATA International Traffic Figures
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Pratt & Whitney uses COVID crisis to catch up on GTF fixes
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Swiss brings back stored jets with a mini flight
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Wizz Air sees expansion potential despite pandemic
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Irish Aviation News:

Belfast International Airport ready to resume passenger traffic
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Buzz Accelerates Opening of Popular Summer Destinations from Prague
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COVID-19: New Health & Safety Measures at City of Derry Airport
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HiSky Moldova to launch new Chisinau to Dublin route from 1st July
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Minister Ross announces new Taskforce for Aviation Recovery
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SMBC Aviation Capital expects LCCs will have upper hand in COVID-19 recovery
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Sonas Aviation becomes ACASS Ireland
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Stobart Air announces phased resumption of international services with enhanced health and safety measures
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TCD aims to commercialise pilot wellbeing work
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Watchful and loyal: The Irish Air Corps
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Tweet Picks:

@dehavillandAIR #Dash8 are leading the recovery in the aviation industry. In June, our Dash 8 fleet will service over 700 routes across the globe. Of those, 6% will replace jet aircraft, 11% will establish new routes and 83% will resume regular flights.

@hifly_airline Another unique operation for our #A380, that performed a 12h50m flight between Tianjin, China, and Montreal, Canada, carrying 46 tons of protective and medical equipment to fight the global #COVID19 virus outbreak.

@piperaircraft “We are delighted to announce the certification of the M600/SLS with the HALO Safety System by the FAA”, said Simon Caldecott, Piper Aircraft President and CEO. “This is the first aircraft to be certified with one of the most significant advancements in general aviation history.”

@talkairlines Cargo market wonders continue: Taiwan’s China Airlines estimates at least an operational profit for Q2. May cargo revenue up 151% (!) YoY, offsetting 95% drop in pax rev and improving rev decline to -27%. Global #CovidCombi fleet now 130+, though Lufthansa believes peak is near.

@WandrMe Looks like @BoeingAirplanes assembly pace is ramping up, as the company is ready to start moving major components around again.

@volgadneprgroup will ferry the goods on its An-124 aircraft starting later this month. 

Video Picks:

Air China, China Eastern, China Southern Favored, Bocom Says

#An225 Shannon, Ireland

Eoghan Corry’s Travelwrap June 9 2020

JetBlue CEO expects domestic travel to recover before international

U.S. airlines hope to revive air travel following pandemic



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