Published on July 7th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/07/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 July:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 July:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 6 July:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 6 July:

North American Newsletter 6 July:

Aircraft Update:

M-ABNG Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 37247 Wellington Leasing Registered at Shannon 01/07/20 ex N758MA.

SX-KAT Airbus A320-232 c/n 1979 Orange2fly Ferried Athens-Shannon 01/07/20 on return to lessor.

SX-ORG Airbus A320-232 c/n 1407 Orange2fly Ferried Athens-Shannon 01/07/20 on return to lessor.

UR-RWA ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1178 Windrose Air Delivered Bydgoszcz-Kiev 25/06/20 ex 2-MFID.

Global Aviation News:

Air travel is safest form of public transport during coronavirus crisis, says adviser
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Portugal re-nationalises TAP Air Portugal
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Qatar Airways Has The Resilient Strategy Emirates Needs For Covid-19
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‘Testing and tracing crucial’ to revive global tourism
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The seesaw of sentiment – safety concerns remain, but they are not enough to deter travel plans
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UNWTO: 37 markets in Europe open for tourist traffic
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Irish Aviation News:

MUFG Assists BBAM in Financing Four Aircraft Leased to Delta Air Lines
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Funds Managed by Apollo and Merx Aviation Complete Sale-Leaseback Transaction with Delta Air Lines
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Ryanair adds four new routes, all starting in the next month
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Ryanair Accelerates Covid Refunds
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Ryanair increasing flights from Berlin with 50 connections
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Ryanair to challenge Portugal’s TAP bailout in EU courts
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Ryanair to restore just two routes to Bosnia, Serbia
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Sabena technics and ASL Airlines extend their ATR support agreement
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Spain is ready to welcome Irish visitors
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Tweet Picks:

@EasternAirways & @TeesAirport  partnership develops with launch of London flights for first time in over 10-yr.

@hharteveldt .@AlaskaAir  is “trying to bring back a little bit more” to is onboard amenities and service, says CEO on @aviationweek webinar #airline #travel #paxex.

@hharteveldt 65% of @AviationWeek @AlaskaAir webinar attendees believe #airline alliances will become more important in future as industry works through & recovers from  Covid. #travel.

@hharteveldt .@emirates President Sir Tim Clark  still not a fan of #airline alliances. Doesn’t see the value in them.  #AviationWeek #strategy.

@hharteveldt .@united seeing companies starting to relax their business travel policies. UA currently selling its “entire” September schedule. #airline #travel.

Video Picks:

Back in the air: Flying in the post Covid age

Delivery Flight China Southern 1st ARJ21

ITIC presentation June 28 2020

Private Sector, EU welcome Rwanda’s decision to reopen airports for passenger flights

Taoiseach announces extension of Covid-19 advice on overseas travel


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