Published on July 6th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/07/2020

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:

EI-GEY Airbus A330-202 c/n 441 Aer Lingus Ferried Shannon-Dublin-Ciudad Real 04/07/20 for interim storage.

EI-GTP Boeing 737-86Q c/n 30296 Aircastle Registered at Lasham 02/07/20 in JetTime colours ex OY-JZK.

C-GOIK Airbus A321-271NXLR c/n 9419 Air Transat Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Montreal 01/07/20.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus CEO Urges Better EU Coordination on Restarting Air Travel
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Air Canada: Improved Liquidity, But Only Patience Will Pay Off
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Air-France KLM: A Political Mess
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British Airways Reopens Routes Throughout July
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British Airways Settles Quarantine Suit With U.K. Government
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Emirates’ Tim Clark: the Zoom era? No! Travel will come roaring back
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FABEC introduces shorter Alpine routes over Switzerland and Germany
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Garuda Bets on Recovery With Indonesia Relaxing Virus Curbs
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Lufthansa won’t cancel existing orders
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Viva Aerobus’s 1st Airbus A321neo Aircraft Arrives To Mexico
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WTTC urges ‘consistency’ on health protocols
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Irish Aviation News:

AerFin expands its Board with the Appointment of Non-Executive Directors
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Aer Lingus Ends China Supply Flights
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BA CityFlyer adds London City – Belfast service from Sep 2020
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Call for collective approach to aviation challenges – Forsa
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Cork Airport Managing Director Niall MacCarthy on the challenges facing the aviation industry

Dr. Cathal Guiomard appointed to Taskforce for Aviation 
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Falko Regional Aircraft Limited expands engine leasing capabilities
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Tweet Picks:

@CamWallace_NZ Observing some strong @FlyAirNZ demand signals over July, especially into ZQN which has lead to a number of flight upguages – A320/321. Our pricing systems are back operating which will mean a better spread of fares. @andykirton.

@embraer We set a new #EJET distance record! #1,600, an #E190E2 for @helvetic_en , just landed in Zürich after flying 9h 10m (7,488km/4,043nm) nonstop from Natal. #WeAreEmbraer #EmbraerStories.

@Flighteditor Deal between IAI and Abu Dhabi company to partner on technology to combat Covid is another sign of realignment in Middle East and softening of relations with Gulf states, which, remember, do not recognise Israel as a sovereign state.

@Irelandwest 2day we launched our newest service to #Majorca with @Laudamotion1  & @Ryanair  We normally make a big fuss about these things but we’ll save the party 4 a future date but rest assured behind our face masks we’re smiling Face with medical mask The service will operate until end October #welcomeLauda.

@SPD_travels news lots of rumours that Aer Lingus regional, aka, Stobart Air are to announce 4 routes from Belfast City. Edinburgh, Manchester, Birmingham and Gatwick are expected. #airport #flights.

Video Picks:

Fmr. Airline CEO on EU travel ban decision, hurdles facing industry

GOL CEO: Airline “more than robust enough” to survive pandemic

India in talks with US, Canada and Gulf countries on establishing air travel bubbles: AAI

Saskatchewan premier urges feds to help airlines survive COVID-19

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