Published on June 19th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/06/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Launches Certificate Program In Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection

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:

G-JECP DHC8-402 c/n 4136 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Glasgow-Niederrhein 15/06/20 for onward storage.

G-ECOH DHC8-402 c/n 4221 WTCT Ferried Southampton-Oslo Torp 15/06/20 for onward storage.

G-ECOK DHC8-402 c/n 4230 Donegal Q400 Leasing Ferried Southampton-Oslo Torp 16/06/20 for onward storage.

Global Aviation News:

Active mainline fleet over takes idle tally as recovery picks up
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All Indian airlines need to start looking for wide-body aircraft now: SpiceJet CMD
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Current-generation aircraft ready for cargo conversions
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Delta CEO says return to break-even is in sight
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Emirates reveals talks to open ‘air bridges’ with European countries
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Europe’s Airlines Dangle Summer Bargains to Unlocked Masses
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Long-term fundamentals support aircraft investment – Boeing Capital
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Norwegian to Restart Short Haul Flights from the UK and Serve a Wider European Network from July
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Qatar Airways boss comes out fighting over social distancing and quarantine
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SAS routes resuming in July
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UAE’s Emirates, Etihad boost passenger flights in potential boon to jet fuel demand
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Irish Aviation News:

Burren Balsamics Lands Aer Lingus Contract
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Finnair postpones flights between Dublin and Helsinki
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First Emirates flight for passengers departs from Dublin
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Full flight schedule from start of July at Kerry Airport
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Michael Doorley elected President of the I.T.A.A.
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RAF flies Covid patient from NI to England for treatment
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Tweet Picks:

@aviator_aero Air Europa’s owner Hildago warns the airline will run out of cash. He complained “Jesus Christ was resurrected on the third day, but tourism is going to take three or four years.”

@eAviationNews Boeing and Airbus both agree that replacement demand will drive aircraft order despite lack of net new demand due to COVID 19 #boeing #airbus #COVID19 #airlineeconomics.

@eAviationNews “it’s clear there will be a U shaped recovery” in aviation because people want and need to travel says CALC CEO.

@e_russell ICYMI: Spirit Airlines geared to ‘win the recovery,’ eyes return to growth.

@HHAhmedBinSaeed The government’s announcement to ease travel for citizens and residents between the UAE and certain countries from 23 June, reflects our country’s well-planned approach to resuming travel, tourism and other economic activities, while safeguarding our communities from COVID-19.

Video Picks:

A4E Confident Traveller Briefing – 16 June 2020

Airlines tighten up their masking policies

Frontier Airlines restoring routes, expanding flights to multiple cities from CVG

Onboard EasyJet’s first UK flight after lockdown

Private jets boom as wealthy ditch commercial airlines: CNBC After Hours


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