Published on July 13th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/07/2020

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:

EI-EUE Airbus A320-232 c/n 1407 AerCap Registered at Shannon 08/07/20 in Orange2fly colours.

EI-EUK Airbus A320-232 c/n 1979 AerCap Registered at Shannon 08/07/20 in Orange2fly colours.

EI-GEW Airbus A330-203 c/n 472 I-Fly Ferried Tel Aviv-Naples 08/07/20 after storage.

EI-GGK Boeing 737-8 MAX c/n 64606 Air Italy Ferried Milan Malpensa-Budapest 08/07/20 for onward storage.

Global Aviation News:

Doubts raised about the science behind Portugal’s air bridge snub
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Emirates resumes flights to 6 more cities
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Etihad Airways signs codeshare agreement with Air Arabia Abu Dhabi
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Finland now welcomes travellers from several countries; Finnair serves over 30 destinations in July
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Hi Fly converts A380 to meet cargo demands during covid-19 crisis
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It’s time to cut the sky-high tax on flying
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Speech by Commissioner Vălean on tourism and transport in 2020 and beyond, at the European Parliament
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The story behind LEVEL Europe
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Widerøe: the little airline that could
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Wizz Air anticipates Belgrade expansion success
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Wizz Air’s A Tip To Win The European Airline Shakeout
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Irish Aviation News:

Airlines Operating And Return To Service Dates At Dublin Airport
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Airlines want massive rebates from government for lost income
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Blue Islands Launches new Southampton-Dublin route from 31st August
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DAA calls for two-metre rule to be relaxed for airports as passenger numbers increase
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Final Report of the Taskforce for Aviation Recovery
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Green shoots continue to appear across Europe & Australasia, while North American growth stagnates for the first time in 8 weeks – CarTawler
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Ryanair is increasingly locking horns with Wizzair
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Tweet Picks:

@AeronewsGlobal @lufthansa  says its first @BoeingAirplanes 777X will arrive at  @Airport_FRA “sometime in the course of next year”.

@AirlineFlyer .@LHTechnik says it is equipping two A321neoLR for the German Armed Forces in 2021. The aircraft can sport 18 different interior configs, up to 163 passengers. They’ll be used for troop transport, medical evac with six ICU patients and more.

@aviationirancom Qatar Airways will operate 21 weekly flights to Tehran as early as next week (17JUL20), which is one more weekly flight than pre-pandemic times. Remarkable, to say the least.

@CamWallace_NZ Good vibe (and wifi) on this morning’s @FlyAirNZ flight to ZQN. Demand has lead us to up-gauge over 100+ flights to the A321. Some directional imbalances at the start of week but generally good loads. Looking forward to touching base with the tourism leaders. @andykirton.

@R_Wall If all goes well, the FAA order that grounded the planes in March of 2019 is expected to be lifted in September.

Video Picks:

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky on ‘Bloomberg Studio 1.0’

American Airlines won’t take delivery of 17 737 Max planes until financing is secured

Boeing signals end of 747 jumbo jet: sources

Dubai Tourism Chief Expects Tourism Bounce-Back by Year End

First EU-certified electric plane takes to the skies 


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