Published on July 10th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/07/2020

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:

2-AERJ Boeing 737-73V c/n 30676 AerCap Ferried Hong Kong-Chitose-Anchorage-Mojave 01/02-07/20 ex B-5292.

2-AERK Boeing 737-86N c/n 30033 AerCap Ferried Seletar-Subang-Guam-Honolulu-Mojave 30-06/01-07/20 ex PK-CMW.

2-MFIG ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1262 Windrose Air Ferried Shannon-Billund-Mönchengladbach 30/06/20 after paint prior delivery to become UR-RWB.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic to offer 82 routes in summer 2021 – + 21% more
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Air Malta’s changing business environment – Philip von Brockdorff
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As Big Airlines Retrench, Some Carriers Detect an Opening
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European airport and airline bodies slam “patchwork system” of travel restrictions
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First Wizz Air flight lands in Abu Dhabi as airline eyes Middle East expansion
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Leisure airlines look for opportunities amid disruption
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Solinair outlines Air Slovenia plans
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UAE’s jet fuel demand gets a lift with start-up of two low-cost carriers from Abu Dhabi
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Why crisis could power lessors to 50% fleet penetration: Cirium
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Visa Signature Card Review (2020)
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Aireon ALERT – One Year Anniversary of a Free Emergency Aircraft Locating Service
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Blue Islands Launches new Southampton-Dublin route from 31st August
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Consultation on the regulatory response to COVID-19 – Dublin Airport Charges
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Dublin Airport’s June passenger numbers set to be 97% lower than the same month last year
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Eastern Airways to launch Southampton – Dublin route
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Nordic Aviation Capital agrees debt standstill with lenders
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Ryanair to launch 16 new routes from Ukraine to Italy
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State-owned DAA may have to contribute to bailing out Dusseldorf airport
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9,500 passengers travelled through Dublin Airport each day last week
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Tweet Picks:

@AINonline Bombardier is celebrating the 350th delivery of its super-midsize Challenger 350, a milestone reached six years after the 3,200-nm twinjet entered service.

@CamWallace_NZ As a short-term measure @FlyAirNZ has agreed to close out bookings for the next three weeks on international inbound sectors. We are working closely with the Govt to support NZ’s continued success in its fight against covid-19. @andykirton.

@CamWallace_NZ Very pleased to be back flying @FlyAirNZ longest domestic sector today. Excellent LF, another positive step today with 329 flights, 74% of LY. #schoolholidays @andykirton.

@hjelnaes Will Emirates and flydubai merge? That may happen, say Emirates CCO, as the B737 fleet of flydubai can overtake thin routes operated by Emirates 777s.  And,  be a spear head into new destinations, even on longer routes, when MAX back in service.

Video Picks:

Airbus books zero new plane orders in June

Delta and United appear most agile among hard-hit airlines, says Wolfe Research senior airlines analyst

Etihad Airways Flying to New Destinations During a Global Lockdown

Gov. Lamont tours Bradley International Airport

Skiathos Welcomes First Ryanair flight from Vienna 4/7/2020


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