Published on July 3rd, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/07/2020

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

Aircraft Update:

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
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Coronavirus prompts airline nationalisation spree
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Emirates resumes on-ground services for premium customers
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Hololei: One airline enough for Baltics
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Summer Travel 2020: Americans Can Expect Low Airfares And Fewer Options
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SWISS publishes its schedules to 24 October
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‘Take-off Wednesday’: Qatar Airways reveals bumper schedule of flight resumptions
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Why American Airlines Is Growing Twice As Fast As Delta And United
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Global Air Travel Recovery Update
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AerDragon Raises Unsecured Financing From CNIC
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CDB Aviation and SAS Agree on Lease of Fleet of Four Airbus Aircraft

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Falko adds eleven (11) CRJ900 aircraft to its portfolio in a sale and leaseback transaction with Delta Air Lines Inc
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Leeds Bradford regains Dublin flights

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What Facebook Can Learn From Ryanair
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80% of Irish people eager to book a holiday once restrictions are lifted
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Tweet Picks:

@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.

Video Picks:

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


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