Published on June 15th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/06/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insights – The Path to Recovery

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:

EI-FNW Boeing 737-86N c/n 28642 Genesis Ireland Aviation Ferried Milan Malpensa-Kaunas 09/06/20 ex LN-NOM.

G-PRPM DHC8-402 c/n 4188 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Edinburgh-Maastricht 11/06/20.

N216RH Boeing 737-86J c/n 29120 GECAS Ferried Antalya-Nursultan Nazarbayev International-Jinan Yaoqiang International 09/10-06/20 for freighter conversion ex 9H-TJG.

Global Aviation News:

Air France To Serve Close To 150 Destinations This Summer, I.E. 80% Of Its Usual Network
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Airlines announce increase in flights between France and USA
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Airlines and airports ready to resume intra-EU travel
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Airlines can fill all their seats again in Norway
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Airlines stuck between capacity planning and making profits
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China’s recovery continues as daily passengers top 1 million
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Etihad Airways launches passenger schedule for July
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European price war threatens deepened cash-flow crisis
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Reducing Virus Spread On Airplanes: New Device Shows Airlines How To Get People Traveling Again
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Swiss airline flyBAIR announces launch on 18 July 2020 from Bern and Sion to Mallorca
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Transat-Air Canada merger pushed to fourth quarter
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Transat CEO demands financial aid from Ottawa to give refunds to passengers
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Irish Aviation News:

Air Moldova is to resume Chisinau-Dublin route with effect 2nd July
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BA to resume flights at Belfast City Airport on July 1 as new data reveals 99 per cent fall in passengers during April
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Demand prompts A&K to expand UK and Ireland portfolio
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Global Irish Festival Series 2021 funding announced for Kerry and Mayo
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Irish ‘booking holidays to Spain, Portugal and Italy’ despite quarantine rules
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Irish Travel Agents Association support EU plans to fully reopen internal borders on 15 June
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MEP urges passengers to accept vouchers instead
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Ryanair Offers Over 70 Routes to Poland From the UK & Ireland – Poland Is Open, It’s Time to Reunite Families & Friends
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Ryanair to waive flight change fees on July and August bookings
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Shannon Airport meeting described as ‘positive’
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Tweet Picks:

@CamWallace_NZ good to see the momentum building for @FlyAirNZ  to resume services to the Cook Islands. A fabulous destination with great people we want to support.  @HelenClarkNZ.

@e_russell “The break-even cash cost of operating incremental capacity is believed to be lower than at any point in decades.”Good point from J.P. Morgan’s @baker_never_y  on the added capacity airlines are flying this summer while benefiting from CARES Act funds, protections.

@HelenClarkNZ Was encouraged by @winstonpeters comments in @nzherald on potential for #PacificTravelBubble. From development perspective, hand up is better than handout. @ForumSEC “Cook Islands open border to some Kiwis as pressure mounts for Pacific travel bubble”.

@HofmannAviation The days of @Boeing 767s @AirCanadaRouge are ending. The 767s leaving the fleet and the carrier will become an @airbus  A320familly only operator, the CEO said.

@TLspotting flyBAIR is a Swiss start-up airline. They are beginning their operations from Bern and Sion on 18 July 2020 to Mallorca. New destinations to follow soon.

Video Picks:

A4E Confident Traveller Media Briefing – 11 June 2020

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