Published on June 23rd, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/06/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

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

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 June

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 22 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 22 June

North America Newsletter 22 June

Aircraft Update:

G-JECL DHC 8-402 c/n 4114 Flybe Ferried Exeter-Niederrhein 19/06/20 for onward storage.

G-PRPN DHC8-402 c/n 4213 Flybe Ferried Exeter-Niederrhein 19/06/20 for onward storage.

Global Aviation News:

A big hint that British Airways will retire its 747s soon
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London City flyers point to clearing skies
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Nayak Sees Recovering European Market, Looks For Acquisitions
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Poland scraps aircraft capacity restrictions
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Spain’s airport operator discounts fees to nurse flights back into sky
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Spirit Airlines – Positioned Well For An Airline Recovery
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Swoop Seeks Airport Partners to Lead Economic Recovery
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While there is a clear sentiment to travel, when the majority of travellers will truly feel comfortable to fly seems to be stretching further and further to the right
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Wizz Air to launch first operational base in Russia
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Irish Aviation News:

Air India Flight 182 – online commemoration of 35th anniversary of 1985 crash off Cork, Ireland reports
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Aviation Recovery Task Force – Records of Meetings 12th and 19th June
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Drop of 1.5 million passengers at Irish airports in Q1 – CSO
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Emirates to add flights from Dublin to Auckland from 1st July
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O’Leary to the fore as Ryanair ramps up its marketing machine
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Post Enactment Report Aircraft Noise (Dublin Airport) Regulation Act 2019 (No. 12 of 2019)
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Shannon Airport ready to reopen to travelling public on 1st July
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Tweet Picks:

@ArtifactsHub Sixty-five years after it crash-landed on a beach in Wales, an American P-38 fighter plane has emerged from the surf and sand where it lay buried.

@JohnLStrickland 5/ Without at least some 747’s coming back, BA doesnt have enough other widebodies to ramp up programme significantly,  787’s / A350’s & some 777’s are moderately busy even now on the mainly cargo programme but with little TransAtlantic activity compared to a typical summer.

@SpaethFlies Mid-June seems to mark the comeback of commercial aviation. For the first time since late March, there are more active than stored airlines, according to @cirium  #avgeek.

@winglets747 Air cargo rates: demand naturally decreasing from peaks but price comparisons are skewed. Cargo is billed on weight, yet recent demand has been for lightweight masks etc. Rates partially increased since a pallet of masks wouldn’t generate as much revenue as a pallet of iPads.

@worldexplorerh1 Europes flights starting to take off but the UK and Ireland are still stalled.  Fingers crossed for a good R number so that we can start travelling again. 

Video Picks:

Airlines see increase in ridership as Americans begin to fly again

Let’s Go Further Together | Qatar Airways

Seaport Global analyst explains why he’s bullish on airlines

United Airlines pledges loyalty program for $5 billion loan

US DOT Loosens China Travel Restrictions 


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