Published on June 22nd, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/06/2020

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:

EI-GPP ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1322 Stobart Air Ferried Stockholm Arlanda-Dublin 16/06/20 by lessor.

G-JECM DHC8-402 c/n 4118 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Southampton-Maastricht 17/06/20 for onward storage.

G-JECO DHC8-402 c/n 4126 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Exeter-Maastricht 19/06/20 for onward storage.

G-JEDU DHC8-402 c/n 4089 Flybe Ferried Belfast City-Saarbrücken Airport 19/06/20 by lessor for onward storage.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic New Reservations Grow 54% Last Week
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Airports call for data-driven approach to establishing the post-COVID aviation landscape
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AirAsia chief Fernandes sees ‘robust’ rebound in demand
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Citi Research: Bizjet Flying Continues Rebound
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Commercial flights top 50,000 for the first time since March on 18 June – Flightradar24
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Emirates adds 10 new cities for travellers, offers connections through Dubai for 40 cities
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European aviation slowly reawakens from Covid-19 shutdown
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Flight resumption: ‘full planes’ at Brussels Airlines
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Flybe could rise from the ashes according to Cyrus Capital advisor
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Gameco Inaugurates Boeing 737-800 Freighter Conversion Line
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IAG Pulls Plug on Low-Cost Subsidiary Level Europe
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IATA Demands More Concessions on ATM Fees and Slot Rules
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Iran plans to incentivize foreign airlines to use its airspace
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KLM gradually rebuilds network
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Spain to allow UK tourists without quarantine
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Irish Aviation News:

An incredible journey – President & CEO, Embraer Commercial Aviation
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Airlines Operating And Return To Service Dates At Dublin Airport
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Distressed Is Best As Ryanair Plans New 737 MAX Order With Boeing Amid Coronavirus Downturn
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Ireland West Airport to reopen for flight operations on July 1
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Loganair announces Glasgow service for Belfast City Airport
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Ryanair announces 15 new routes; takes aim at SkyUp
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Ryanair / Laudamotion S20 network consolidation as of 18JUN20
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Ryanair relaunches flights from Charleroi Airport
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“That’s Mumbai”: Tweets Dublin Airport After Image Mix-Up
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Walsh ‘may have to split up IAG to get state support’
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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Aeromexico is “analyzing different alternatives to successfully achieve.. an orderly restructuring of financial commitments, without affecting or disrupting operations.”

@lesliejosephs Boeing eyes recertification flights for 737 MAX by the end of June @Lebeaucarnews reports $BA.

@OpenJawTech @IATA Chief Economist, Brian Pearce says the Business Confidence Index is recovering strongly and there are positive signs for an economic rebound in CN, US and GER @Terrapinn #WorldAviationFestival.

@OpenJawTech The @Jetblue  Effect of long haul transatlantic flights is good for the consumer says COO. It stimulates demand, reduces prices and forces ‘upping your game’ in service @terrapinn  #worldaviationfestival.

@PiotrBozyk Finally… From July 1, Poland will lift incomprehensible restrictions on the number of passengers on aircraft.

Video Picks:

Boeing 747 arriving for scrapping with an impressive low flypast and very short landing

EasyJet starts first flights since March

Quarantine not an efficient measure, EasyJet CEO says

PC-24 – The First Swedish Air Ambulance Super Versatile Jet Joined Together

Private jet bookings soar on health fears


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