Published on June 17th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/06/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insights – The Path to Recovery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 June

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15 June

North America Newsletter 15 June 2020

Aircraft Update:

N473DM Boeing 737-8JP c/n 41126 China Aircraft Leasing Delivered Oslo-Tolmachevo-Jinan Yaoqiang International 08/06/20 for Shandong Airlines B-20DY ex LN-NGY.

N474DM Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39033 China Aircraft Leasing Delivered Oslo-Tolmachevo-Jinan Yaoqiang International 08/06/20 for Shandong Airlines B-20DY ex LN-NGX.

OE-IAW Airbus A330-322 c/n 96 Sasof Aviation Ireland Registered 12/06/20 parked at Castellón ex 9H-AGU.

Global Aviation News:

Air France resumes operations from Birmingham Airport
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Aircraft lessors find themselves re-evaluating India exposure
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China Eastern launches new Hainan-based carrier
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FlyArystan to Open Base in Atyrau, Kazakhstan
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IndiGo to raise Rs 3,000-Rs 5,000 crore by leasing out aircraft, engines
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N. American Bizav Flying Regains Third of Covid Losses
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Political Support From The Governments Of Denmark And Sweden For A Recapitalization Of SAS
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Re-Open EU APP Launched for travel across Europe
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State launches talks with UAE over Air Serbia future
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Irish Aviation News:

CDB Aviation’s Investment Grade Rating Reaffirmed by S&P Global, Fitch and Moody’s
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Ireland’s air traffic decline among worst in Europe
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Montenegro Airlines eyes purchase of two Embraer 195 from GECAS
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‘Over to you’: Richard Gray, CEO, Aer Rianta International Middle East
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Ryanair’s Laudamotion Ready to Resume Flights
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Shannon Group statement re United Airlines decision not to resume Shannon/Newark service
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Vistara to return Boeing 737 plane to lessor GECAS this week
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Tweet Picks:

@aerodoyle Three quarters of the passenger jets that were in storage at Delhi’s main airport are now back in service.

@cirium Cirium tracking data suggests the more fuel-efficient Airbus A320neo is being favoured by airlines over older A320ceo models as we move further towards the recovery phase of the Covid- 19 crisis.

@e_russell Interesting – competitors Azul and LATAM Airlines are teaming up to codeshare on “non-overlapping domestic routes” in Brazil.

@eurocontrolDG Traffic picking up & by mid-July we expect 12,400 flights, maybe more.Becoming more optimistic about recovery which is following our scenario for a coordinated reopening.

@WandrMe United Airlines is removing its UA code from a number of small European operators. These flights generally were third party carriers flying for LH, SN and EW, but with the regional cutbacks those contracts are dead so the codeshares are as well. #AvGeek.

Video Picks:

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