Published on July 8th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/07/2020

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:

9H-AHD Boeing 737-45D c/n 28753 Air X Charter Ferried Shannon-Gander-Kelowna International 26/06/20 ex SP-LLG.

TC-LSS Airbus A321-271NX c/n 9299 Turkish Airlines Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Istanbul 01/07/20.

TC-LST Airbus A321-271NX c/n 9326 Turkish Airlines Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Istanbul 01/07/20.

Global Aviation News:

Covid-19 crisis ‘could pave way for new airline entrants’
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ECDC Covid-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol: Guidance for the management of airline passengers in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic – Technical guidance 1 Jul 2020
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Etihad-Air Arabia’s low-cost airline to begin operations on July 14
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Frankfurt Airport coronavirus test center opens
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IndiGo Expects Air Traffic to Return to Normal in 5 Months, Says There is ‘Sustained Demand’
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Jersey to loan Blue Islands up to £10m
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Lufthansa CEO Says Cheap Flights Are ‘Irresponsible’
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Manchester Airport first to offer bookable security timeslots
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Pandemic-Proofing Travel
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Romanian Blue Air to enter preventive debt restructuring procedure
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Irish Aviation News:

BA CityFlyer adds London City – Belfast City; Belfast – London had ~3 million seats last year
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City of Derry Airport increased flight schedule takes off
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FPG Amentum arranges the sale of one B777-200LR on lease to Emirates Airlines
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Ireland lays out criteria for potential easing of travel restrictionsRead more:

Ryanair performs first flight from Italy to Ukraine
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Ryanair to offer 500 routes from UK this summer
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‘We are optimistic figures will grow’ – Malta Air CEO Diarmuid O’Conghaile
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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Manchester Airport offers a pre-bookable dedicated security lane option, on a first-come, first-served basis.

@e_russell Alaska’s plan to join the Oneworld alliance has probably “accelerated…a little bit” as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, says CEO Tilden. $ALK.

@winglets747 Emirates went for A380s and 777s. Qatar added smaller A350s and 787s. Qatar: “They’re the ideal aircraft to start to develop a network where you can generate cash.” That’s better “than flying around the world with half-empty A380s.”

@winglets747 Emirates’ Tim Clark: “I’m hoping by April 2022, all our A380s will be flying again.”

@winglets747 Usual anti-travel rhetoric but with an “economic leakage” argument – you shouldn’t spend your money overseas. Travel bubbles aren’t meant to consolidate traffic to neighbouring countries. They’re designed to unite countries with low risk, hence Aus/NZ exploring Asia tie-up.

Video Picks:

Belfast international Passenger information video June 2020

City of Derry Airport: New Airport Health & Safety Measures

easyJet Holidays: ‘We’re looking forward to working with trade’

Europeans Get Ready to Travel

European Union to Reopen Borders to 14 Countries, U.S. Misses Out for Now


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