Published on June 30th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/06/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 June

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 June

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 June

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 June

North American Newsletter 29 June

Aircraft Update:

G-JEDT DHC8-402 c/n 4088 Norddeutsche Landesbank Ferried Belfast City-Saarbrücken 26/06/20 for onward storage.

G-PRPC DHC8-402 c/n 4338 Flybe Ferried Southampton-Saarbrücken 25/06/20 for onward storage.

G-PRPG DHC8-402 c/n 4191 Flybe Ferried Belfast City-Saarbrücken 26/06/20 for onward storage.

G-PRPI DHC8-402 c/n 4191 Flybe Ferried Edinburgh-Saarbrücken 26/06/20 for onward storage.

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada, WestJet to drop physical distancing policies as air travel picks up
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Air France bids adieu to flagship A380 with farewell flight
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Airline Investors Shrug Off Bailouts Amid Travel Challenges
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AirAsia sees strong demand rebound with daily sales hitting 41,000 seats
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Boeing’s 737 Max will make its long-awaited recertification test flights this week, according to a new report
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British Airways takes delivery of first 787-10 after delay
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De Havilland Canada Delivers First Dash 8-400 Aircraft to TAAG Angola Airlines
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Emirates will have to review strategy after coronavirus pandemic: COO
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GA Telesis’ new rotorcraft leasing unit acquires seven Bell 206L-4s
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Govt in talks with several airlines about flying to Ljubljana airport
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Irish Aviation News:

ARI reopens Dublin Airport stores with Cork, Muscat and Beirut to follow
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Irish Travel Agents Association welcome State guarantee from Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport
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Italy to have new scheduled services by operator Tayaranjet; 3 routes in competition with Ryanair
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Lufthansa state aid secured as Ryanair & Wizz Air competition grows
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New KLM Cork To Amsterdam Service To Take Off From August 3
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Ryanair brings back 37 routes to Faro
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Ryanair Opens 64 Routes To/From Vienna From 1st July
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Ryanair To Challenge Lufthansa Bailout
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Ryanair, easyJet to see better pricing than the flags, says UBS
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SWISS To Resume Cork-Zurich Service from July 5
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Tweet Picks:

@AeronewsGlobal Earlier today, June 29th, @Boeing  has performed its first #737MAX re-certification flight, BOE701. Now, the 737 MAX 7 (N7201S) is back in the air, heading from MWH back to BFI. At least 2 more days of recertification flights are planned.

@e_russell “The best thing all of us can do is simply wear a mask when around other people” to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, says United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby. 

@flyethiopian We received our first Airbus A350 aircraft on 29th of June 2016. #Ethiopian now has 14 A350s in its fleet.

@HardeepSPuri More than 150K people have returned on VBM flights & 55K have flown out of India. With Phase-4 of the mission all set to soar, these numbers will increase significantly. More Indians will be able to return home. Today 4784 people returned to India from different countries.

@HardeepSPuri With more than 2 million passengers on close to 23K flights since 25 May 2020, domestic civil aviation operations in the country continue to soar high. 

Video Picks:

Airlines begin to loosen social distancing rules l GMA

Boeing shares move higher on news of 737 Max recertification flights

FAA Confirms Boeing 737 Max Test Flights Set to Begin

Interview with Hon. Minister of Transport, The Republic of Angola ahead of delivery of Dash 8-400

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