Published on June 24th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/06/2020

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-FBEK Embraer 195LR c/n 19000168 Ravelin Jet Leasing Ferried Exeter-Norwich 19/06/20 in Great Dane Airlines colours.

OE-IOK Airbus A320-232 c/n 2724 GPFC Ireland Ltd Registered 22/06/20 Parked at Athens ex SX-ODS.

OE-IGF Boeing 737-85R c/n 42804 Avolon Aerospace Ferried Bodrum-Oseberg 22/06/20 ex VT-SYN.

Global Aviation News:

Air Belgium launches Mauritius in December; eyes new markets (US, Dutch Antilles) in 2021
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CAPA: close to full recovery in domestic China airline capacity by end-2020
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Civil Aviation Minister Puri’s ‘optimistic reading’: Indian aviation to get back to 2019 levels by year-end  
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Croatia Airlines to submit Ljubljana base proposal
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Europe’s airline capacity recovery. Intra-Europe international is key
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India sets two conditions for resumption of international flights
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Majority of Dutch in favor of minimum price limit for flights
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Qatar Airways Global Network Increases To More Than 270 Weekly Flights To Over 45 Destinations
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588 Flights Operated Under Lifeline Udan: Aviation Minister
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Irish Aviation News:

Aviation bubble ‘truly burst’ by Covid-19, says CityJet executive
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Aviation Recovery Task Force Interim Report to the Minister – 23rd June 2020
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Early signs of domestic recovery in North American booking behaviours – Cartrawler
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Ireland West Airport welcomes publication of interim Aviation Taskforce report
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Loganair adds Glasgow to Belfast City; what next for City’s remaining unserved ‘core three’?
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Ryanair Calls On Government To Act Now On Taskforce Recommendations
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Shannon Group CEO calls for the immediate implementation of the interim Aviation Recovery Taskforce
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Tweet Picks:

@Gatwick_Airport We’re delighted to share the news that from 1 July, Norwegian Airlines will be taking-off again to both Oslo and Copenhagen from Gatwick. 🙌🏽 A number of measures to protect everyone on board will be introduced, in line with other airlines.

@lisaabramowicz1 American Air is offering investors yields of around 12% to borrow money for 5 years, up from talk of 11% last week. This speaks to profound angst about the air industry’s future at a time when money is the cheapest ever for top-rated companies.

@LuxuryTravelled In short, neither Dusseldorf or Stuttgart are Lauda bases, essentially being converted to Ryanair. Dusseldorf to London is in place of the cancelled Dusseldorf Weeze/Neiderrhein.

@PaulByrne66 Early signs of domestic recovery in North American booking behaviours  @CarTrawler.

@PaulByrne66 The @Jetblue transatlantic offering will be delayed and launch in 2021 says COO with no airport yet chosen. Flying a narrow body is not a worry for customers. Other destinations (like DUB?) might follow @terrapinn #worldaviationfestival.

Video Picks:

Achill Air Crash 1950

Eoghan Corry Travelwrap June 19 2020

Flying During COVID-19 | CNBC-TV18

Jim Cramer sees national mask mandate as critical to business travel resuming

Weston air show 1955 as remembered by Ned Condell of Celbridge


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