Published on July 16th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/07/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 July

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 13 July

North American Newsletter 13 July

Aircraft Update:

G-EZMK Airbus A319-111 c/n 2370 Easyjet Ferried Bristol-Lasham 08/07/20 on return to lessor.

N767BZ Boeing 767-231 c/n 22567 Midroc Aviation Ferried Frankfurt Hahn-Shannon-MCI 10/07/20 after storage.

OE-INY Boeing 737-800 c/n 60175 GY Aviation Lease Registered 07/07/20 Parked at Rzeszów ex UR-GIB.2-PAOH Airbus A330-203 c/n 811 Aircastle Air Test at San Bernardino 09/07/20 ex AP-BMI.

Global Aviation News:

CargoAir Orders 11th AEI Classic Freighter Conversion
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JetBlue Founder Bucks Airline Slump With Startup Planning October Debut
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Lufthansa still hopes to receive first 777X in 2021
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Mesa Air Group Signs Five-Year Cargo Contract with DHL Express, Will Add Boeing 737-400F Aircraft to Fleet
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‘Passengers’ became ‘lenders’ to airlines hit by pandemic
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Treq aims to launch in Quebec as a new regional operator
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USAF Purchase of Airbus A321 fuselage
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Virgin Atlantic agrees private-only £1.1 billion rescue deal
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Wizz Air Abu Dhabi reveals first 6 routes, including Middle East – Africa service
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Global Air Travel Recovery Update 13 July 2020
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AerCap Holdings N.V. to Release Second Quarter 2020 Financial Results on July 29, 2020
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Nordic Aviation Capital delivered one ATR 72-600, MSN 1262, to Windrose Aviation Company LLC on lease
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Ryanair To Cut 1,000 Ireland-UK Flights In Aug And Sept Over 200,000 Lost Passengers In Cork, Shannon, Knock & Kerry
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UK pilot union to hold confidence vote in EasyJet COO Bellew
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Varadkar: Mandatory quarantine ‘turned out to be a bit of a disaster’ in Australia
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Tweet Picks:

@byerussell Delta reduced its daily cash burn in to $27mn/day in June compared to $100mn/day in late March, says Bastian. Most that came from cost savings. $DAL.

@byerussell Delta is working with Airbus to adjust its new aircraft delivery schedule, mostly to push arrivals “to the right,” says CEO Bastian.

@byerussell So JetBlue has wanted to move its Long Beach base to #LAX all along, its SVP of planing Scott Laurence told @crankyflier And maybe the new flights are placeholders for future A220 transcons, maybe.

@ethanklapper Mesa adding two Boeing 737-400Fs to its fleet, will start flying for DHL in October. This has been rumored for a long time (there was talk about them getting the 737-800 freighter contract that Sun Country ultimately picked up).

@LiveFromALounge Huge win for Qatar in the case of the airspace blockade. However, does not mean they can fly through just tomorrow onwards. We still need to see if these countries  honour this decision or not.

Video Picks:

Boeing posts sixth straight month without order growth

CFRA analyst makes case for why airline price war will continue

Eoghan Corry Travelwrap July 14 2020

Here’s a breakdown of Delta’s Q2 earnings results

TUI Welcome back – our first summer 2020 flight


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