Published on July 9th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/07/2020

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:

OE-IHY Boeing 777-36N c/n 32790 GECAS Registered 06/07/20 Parked at Dubai ex A6-EBC.

OE-IOH Boeing 757-2Y0 c/n 26160 Hawkes Loan Management Registered 03/07/20 parked at Mojave ex EI-CJX.

2-POWD Boeing 767-36N c/n 30847 GECAS Ferried Birmingham-Paya Lebar Air Base 05/07/20 for freighter conversion, for SF Airlines ex G-POWD.

Global Aviation News:

Aeroflot chief sets out expectations for restoration of international network
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ATSG Deploys 767 Freighters to Support DHL Network
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El Al Israel pops after government bailout deal
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Etihad Airways to resume wider network of flights as UAE travel restrictions eased
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Heathrow Aims to Trial Virus Tests Opening Way to U.S. Flights
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Latest Data Reveals a Dramatic Surge in Consumer Complaints Against Airlines
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Launch of OWG, a new airline
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The Boeing 747-8 Order Myth
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Irish Aviation News: 

AerCap Raised $3 Billion of Funding in the Second Quarter 2020
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Avolon Q2 Business Update
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Consultation on 2019 Actual Costs and Intended 2021 Unit Rates of Air Navigation Services in Ireland
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Genesis Expands Commercial Team
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How 3 Aer Lingus Pilots Raised €350,000 in 30 Days to Fund Technology Startup
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KLM To Resume Operations from Belfast City Airport in August
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SAS return to Dublin
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Tweet Picks:

@eurocontrolDG Business aviation/charter segment is recovering strongly – last week (week 25) it was at over 75% of its 2019 levels.

@eurocontrolDG #didyouknow that on this day in 1985 @Ryanair  first took to the skies? Yesterday saw 2019’s busiest airline (with 847,830 flights) at the top with 932 flights, up 328% in the last two weeks!.

@hjelnaes IAG to ditch LEVEL France and close the base in Paris. Leaving LEVEL with operations from its Barcelona base.

@NiallGibbons Great news in Northern Ireland with a VAT rate cut to 5% for hospitality until January 2021. Along with the ‘Eat out to help out’ initiative, this will be a great boost for the industry. Well done.

@SeanM1997 Wizz Air have obtained permits to launch flights to Egypt (from Italy; as well as Armenia – Italy). Will be interesting if Egypt becomes the second African country for Wizz Air to operate flights to Europe from.

Video Picks:

A conversation with Sir Tim Clark, President, Emirates Airline, virtual ATM webinar 2020

Airline demand remains dependent on states reopening: Fmr. Spirit Airlines CEO

Eoghan Corry Travelwrap July 7 2020

Face the State: A look at the future of Bradley International Airport

Selling Middle Seat on Airlines Is Still Risky, Says Johns Hopkins


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