Published on July 2nd, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/07/2020

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
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:To be updated
Aircraft Update:
N188AE Airbus A319-112 c/n 1882 AerCap Registered 23/06/20 Parked at Goodyear ex HC-CKN.
N408QX DHC8-402 c/n 4050 GECAS Ferried Tucson-Kansas City-North Bay Airport 25-26/06/20.
PK-CMP Boeing 737-85F c/n 30568 AerCap Ferried Jakarta-Al Bateen-Istanbul-Toulouse-Francazal 30/06/20.
Global Aviation News:
ARJ21 aircraft officially join fleets of Air China, China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines
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Council agrees to start lifting travel restrictions for residents of some third countries
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Emirates adds Cairo, Tunis, Glasgow and Malé, bringing network to over 50 cities in July
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European corporate travel to rebound faster than North America

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Iberia Group unveils Summer flight programme with stringent new health and hygiene measures
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Norwegian: Notice of termination to the Boeing Company of purchase agreements and GoldCare agreement
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OAG: South Asia and Western Europe lead capacity growth this week

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Qatar Airways Launches Three-Weekly Flights to Toronto, Starting 4 July 2020
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Tui Group outlines pan-European summer restart

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Voyage Air to start 8 routes from Varna using rare B737-500; another three routes coming?
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WTTC believes testing and tracing based on medical evidence is one path to ensuring people can enjoy safe travels in the ‘new normal’
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Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Delivers New A321NEO-LR to Air Transat
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Genesis Names Adam Smyth New Chief Financial Officer
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Post COVID-19 lockdown, new direct flights from Delhi may open up international travel destinations including Dublin
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Ryanair Announces Two New Routes to Košice and Paphos

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Ryanair hopes to land first Boeing 737 MAX jet by November

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Ryanair load factor almost 70% for return on Wednesday – CEO

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Ryanair resuming flights to Croatia from the UK and Ireland this week

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Ryanair targets 4.5m passengers as flights take off again
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SMBC Aviation Capital announces A321neo aircraft sale and leaseback agreement with Turkish Airlines
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Tweet Picks:@DarrenEuronews NEW: Ryanair set to fly 105,000 passengers today, that’s almost as many as it flew in April and May combined! . O’Leary, said he hoped passenger numbers would reach 4.5 million in July to as many as 6 million in August, around half its normal level.
@e_russell “We haven’t seen a meaningful shift in corporate travel policies… I have a personal view that it isn’t easy to replace an in person meeting with a Skype call or Zoom meeting,” says JetBlue president Geraghty. $JBLU.
@insidetraveller Hard to believe it now but @Official_PIA  was regarded as the best Asian airline in the 1970’s. The Maltese govt chose them to provide technical assistance to the new @AirMalta. At the end of the contract, some pilots remained and for many years their Chief Pilot was a Pakistani.
@Jamie_Freed Australian regional airline Rex approves plans for big-city operations, plans 5-10 jets flying the Sydney-Melbourne-Brisbane “golden triangle”.
@LuxuryTravelled British Airways has taken short haul flights off sale from Gatwick for departures until 9th September.
Video Picks:Bloomberg New Economy Conversations: The Future of Travel
Fmr. Airline CEO on EU travel ban decision, hurdles facing industry
Ryanair CEO criticises ‘badly thought out quarantine measures’
Susanna Questions Ryanair Boss Michael O’Leary over Pictures of Packed Planes
United Airlines to triple flights in August, but watching COVID-19 spikes


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