Published on July 3rd, 2020 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 03/07/2020
Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 June: https://bit.ly/2BQOpzO
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 June: https://bit.ly/2NRm67r
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 June: https://bit.ly/2VvUbxM
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 June: https://bit.ly/3ieX8MT
North American Newsletter 29 June: https://bit.ly/2BmeXcj
EC-IDT Boeing 737-86Q c/n 30281 Air Europa Ferried Ostrava-Glasgow Prestwick 30/06/20.
M-ALDI Embraer 190BJ c/n 190.00362 Aliforti Ltd Delivered OBF-Belfast-Boston 30/06/20 ex LX-IBR.
SE-REY Boeing 737-76N c/n 32737 SAS Airlines Ferried Oslo-Ireland West Airport 01/07/20 for part-out & scrap.
Global Aviation News:
Airlines’ State Aid Risks Altering European Aviation Landscape
Read more: https://www.fitchratings.com/research/corporate-finance/airlines-state-aid-risks-altering-european-aviation-landscape-30-06-2020
Coronavirus prompts airline nationalisation spree
Emirates resumes on-ground services for premium customers
Read more: https://www.emirates.com/media-centre/emirates-resumes-on-ground-services-for-premium-customers/?sf124686100=1
Hololei: One airline enough for Baltics
Read more: https://news.err.ee/1107468/hololei-one-airline-enough-for-baltics
Summer Travel 2020: Americans Can Expect Low Airfares And Fewer Options
Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/hayleyberg/2020/06/23/summer-travel-2020-americans-can-expect-low-airfares-and-fewer-option/#5d05cb0b7a5a
SWISS publishes its schedules to 24 October
Read more: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/swiss-publishes-its-schedules-to-24-october/
‘Take-off Wednesday’: Qatar Airways reveals bumper schedule of flight resumptions
Read more: https://www.moodiedavittreport.com/take-off-wednesday-qatar-airways-reveals-bumper-schedule-of-flight-resumptions/
Why American Airlines Is Growing Twice As Fast As Delta And United
Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/willhorton1/2020/06/28/why-american-airlines-is-growing-twice-as-fast-as-delta-and-united/#472246512c6c
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Global Air Travel Recovery Update
Read more: https://www.aercap.com/media/3008/global-air-travel-recovery-update-29-june-2020.pdf
AerDragon Raises Unsecured Financing From CNIC
Read more: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/aerdragon-raises-unsecured-financing-from-cnic/
CDB Aviation and SAS Agree on Lease of Fleet of Four Airbus Aircraft
Read more: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/cdb-aviation-and-sas-agree-on-lease-of-fleet-of-four-airbus-aircraft/
Falko adds eleven (11) CRJ900 aircraft to its portfolio in a sale and leaseback transaction with Delta Air Lines Inc
Read more: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/falko-adds-eleven-11-crj900-aircraft-to-its-portfolio-in-a-sale-and-leaseback-transaction-with-delta-air-lines-inc/
Leeds Bradford regains Dublin flights
What Facebook Can Learn From Ryanair
Read more: https://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/353061/what-facebook-can-learn-from-ryanair.html
80% of Irish people eager to book a holiday once restrictions are lifted
Read more: https://www.ittn.ie/news/80-of-irish-people-eager-to-book-a-holiday-once-restrictions-are-lifted/
@hharteveldt @AlaskaAir will block middle seats through July 30, will “cap” loads using “different measures” after that, says #airline’s CEO. Fares would have to increase to leave middle seats empty forever. Alaska will continue to evaluate blocked middle seats going fwd. #travel #paxex.
@hharteveldt “Our sense of the future is that everything is #mobile,” says @AlaskaAir CEO. I agree, and would include wearables within this. We are already #mobilecentric and will only become more so. #airline #technology.
@hharteveldt .@united selectively upgaguing 40-50 flights a day domestically when/where demand increases. In some cases it is operating 777-200s, one of its largest aircraft, on some domestic routes. #airline #travel.
@hharteveldt “When a [#COVID19] vaccine comes, the masks can come off,” says @AlaskaAir CEO Brad Tilden. ”Showing courtesy to other people now means wearing a mask.” Yup. #airline #travel #MaskUp.
@RunwayGirl An important side-story from 747 history is how opposition to a 1984 plan by Boeing to decrease the number of emergency exits on the aircraft led to an important worldwide safety standard for all airplanes that is known as the “60-foot rule.
American Airlines to lift capacity cap on flights
#HappyToSeeYouAgain – Best Trip Ever | Lufthansa
Ryanair We’re Back
Several airlines take out a loan with Treasury Department under CARES Act
Video from 737 MAX Certification Flights on 6/29/2020 – 7/1/2020