Published on June 29th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/06/2020

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-ECOB DHC8-402 c/n 4181 Norddeutsche Landesbank Ferried Glasgow-Saarbrücken 26/06/20 for onward storage.

G-ECOC DHC8-402 c/n 4197 HEH Aviation Ferried Cardiff-Niederrhein 26/06/20 for onward storage.

G-ECOE DHC8-402 c/n 4212 Flybe Ferried Southampton-Saarbrücken 23/06/20 for onward storage.

G-FBEJ Embraer 1945LR c/n 19000155 Ravelin Jet Leasing Ferried Exeter-Norwich 25/06/20 for onward storage

Global Aviation News:

AirAsia chief Fernandes mulls pulling out of India JV: report
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Boeing May Sell 777s To China Eastern, But 777-9 And 787 Order A Distant Prospect Amid Coronavirus
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China’s big, nebulous plan for a Hainan aviation finance hub
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Domestic markets for Asia-Pacific airlines on track for recovery
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Emirates offers additional cargo capacity on aircraft with modified Economy Class cabins
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European Union signs aviation agreement with the Republic of Korea
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IAG reviewing planned acquisition of Air Europa, says Iberia CEO
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Google Is Providing Search Data to Air France, Lufthansa, Other Airlines Looking to Decide Which Routes to Restart
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Singapore Airlines confirms NokScoot returning leased aircraft
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UK Holiday bookings ‘explode’ as travel restrictions ease
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus and Ryanair rubbish ‘green list’ travel plan
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EasyJet set to resume more flying from Belfast from 1 July
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Exclusive interview: Willie Walsh on his turbulent exit from IAG
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Government considering purchase of military jet aircraft
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Irish Travel Agents Association support the lifting of the non-essential travel ban
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Ryanair: A Wonderful Airline Competing In A State-Aid Market
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Ryanair Calls On The EU To Block €3.4bn Illegal State Aid To KLM
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Tweet Picks:

@AsteroidDay #Luxembourg has established itself as a European centre for space that aims to build a space economy.

@ChinaAvReview Today is a big day COMAC. The company is delivering 3 ARJ21 to the Big 3 airlines in China. 35 ARJ21 has been delivered so far.  COMAC expects to assemble 30 more ARJ21 this year.

@SuhelAKhanIFS #VandeBharatMission An Indian Carrier in Lebanon- First time in 40 years! What a majestic sight!  Happy to help 174 Indians & 25 Lebanese to be back at their homes, united with their families. 45 Indian soldiers will also assume their duties @UNIFIL_ @SecySanjay @MEAIndia.

@TheForwardCabin Super interesting: When @AmericanAir offers the option for passengers to switch flights because their original flight is full, only about 6% of people take them up on the offer to switch to another flight.

@winglets747 American Airlines is bringing capacity back faster than Delta and United. “Big hubs win,” Doug Parker argues. Two-thirds of its July seats depart from/arrive at Dallas/Charlotte, per OAG. Only 36% of American’s capacity won’t touch either of the two hubs.

Video Picks:

American Airlines to lift capacity cap on flights

Airlines see increase in ridership as Americans begin to fly again

Cabin Air Quality | Aer Lingus

Eoghan Corry Travelwrap June 26 2020

Relief for airlines as Orly reopens


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