Published on June 18th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/06/2020

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:

D-AEAA Airbus A300B4-605R(F) c/n 743 EAT Leipzig Ferried Dublin-East Midlands 12/06/20 after paint ex EI-EYK.

OE-LMH Airbus A320-214 c/n 5015 Laudamotion Delivered Seletar -Dubai World Center-Vienna 11-12/06/20 ex F-WXAS.

EC-NGC Boeing 737-809 c/n 28236 Alba Star Positioned Castellón-Milan Bergamo 15/06/20 after storage ex EI-GKW.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Shows Tiny Sign Of Crisis Recovery

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Austrian Airlines bailout protected by taxes and fare floor
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Boeing Sells In Freighter-Hungry Market

High quality, lesser known airlines may offer upside amid sharp consumer bounce back
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Lithuania wants a new national airline
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TravelpoolEurope survey: Business travellers want rapid trip resumption
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Wizz Air to base third jet in Belgrade, launch ten new routes
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Irish Aviation News:

Accelya to Acquire Farelogix
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Aviation sector needs help now – Ryanair CEO
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IAG’s Walsh rejects criticism over British Airways plan
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Ryanair announces new Stuttgart and Dusseldorf flights from 1st July
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Ryanair launches new Dusseldorf to Dublin route by Laudamotion [German]
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United Airlines won’t resume Shannon-New York services
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Wilmington Trust Cleared as Trustee in the U.S. and Ireland for Newly Launched Global Aircraft Trading System Platform
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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineFlyer I randomly looked into Malta Air, a JV between @Ryanair  and the Government of Malta, and can’t help but notice how nearly none of its flights actually operate to/from Malta. I see 312 flights for July 31, just six of them are out and backs from Malta.

@AirlinesDotOrg Major U.S. airlines will be vigorously enforcing face covering policies. This is one critical element of the multiple layers that A4A passenger carriers are implementing to mitigate risk and protect passengers and crew.

@e_russell Virgin Australia flight attendants, engineers back Cyrus’ bid for for carrier. Cyrus supports VA’s current management team that aims to position the airline between Qantas and Jetstar, via @LucasBairdAus.

@MaxK_J A shred of encouraging news here – but of course other key metrics like aircraft utilisation and load factors need to move upwards too: Active mainline fleet over takes idle tally as recovery picks up.

@WandrMe With the company typically taking in ~$19 per passenger in ancillary revenues perhaps the shift to checked bag fees will help offset the losses from no in-flight sales as services resume from 1 July.

Video Picks:

Alaska Airlines introduces Next-Level Care

Re open EU: Safely resume free movement and tourism in the European Union

European airlines resume flights as borders open

Many U.S. airlines requiring passengers to wear masks on flights

Queues at Berlin airports as country reopens borders to EU travellers


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