Published on July 17th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/07/2020

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-ECOD DHC8-402 c/n 4206 Flybe Ferried 10/07/20 Aberdeen-Niederrhein by lessor for onward storage

G-FLBC DHC8-402 c/n 4257 HEH Aviation Ferried Exeter-Niederrhein 03/07/20 for onward storage.

G-JEDV DHC8-402 c/n 4090  Norddeutsche Landesbank Ferried Glasgow-Saarbrücken 09/07/20 for onward storage.

2-CSBJ Boeing 737-8AS c/n 29916 AAR Sales & Leasing Ferried Shannon-Moscow Vnukovo-Jinan Yaoqiang 09/10-07/20 for freighter conversion ex TC-SBJ.

Global Aviation News:

A smaller South African Airways to fly again after $2.3bn Govt bailout
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ATSG’s PEMCO Receives FAA Approval for its Boeing 737-700 FlexCombi™ Conversion Program
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Corsair targeting long-haul flights from Germany, chairman says
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Emirates to resume flights to Addis Ababa, Guangzhou, Oslo and Tehran
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JAL domestic restoration going faster than planned
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Miami CEO outlines airport’s path to recovery
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The president of Emirates says passengers will never again be as comfortable as they have been aboard the enormous discontinued Airbus A380
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The president of Emirates reveals how the airline weathered the pandemic and plans to bounce back despite the unique challenges of being a massive international-only mega-airline
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Irish Aviation News:

ARI-North America reopens at Montréal Airport with big communications campaign
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Date for Next Airbus A380 for Knock
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Donegal Airport Makes the New Flight Simulator Shortlist
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Jet2 Return to Belfast with Summer Charter Flights
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LOT Polish Airlines Will Take Off From Warsaw To Dublin
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Plane breaker Eirtrade sees its profits leap skywards to €1.8m
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Routesonline Analysis of new KLM Amsterdam-Cork route
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Tweet Picks:

@Gaussm Today the final decision was made – the Latvian government will invest EUR 250 million into the equity of @airBaltic . The new equity investment will facilitate the successful growth of airBaltic leading to an IPO in the future.

@hharteveldt .@AmericanAir to reinstate JFK-TLV & JFK-ATH (both former TWA routes) nonstops by summer 2021 and reinstate JFK-GIG in winter 2021. First new international routes for AA at JFK in 4 years.

@hharteveldt Some may recall @AmericanAir  & @JetBlue had a codeshare years ago., Then they broke up. Now they’re back together. Kinda makes American & JetBlue the Ross & Rachel of #airlines.

@RusAviaInsider Aeroflot Group is expecting to add 30 million passengers within five years from its already ambitious target of 100 million passengers set for 2023, the centennial anniversary of Russia’s flag carrier

@SeanM1997 UNCONFIRMED and SUBJECT TO CHANGE According to the Aer Lingus website, 7 new routes from Belfast City should soon be on sale: 17 August 2020: Edinburgh & Glasgow 20 August 2020: Exeter 14 September 2020:  Birmingham & Manchester 15 October 2020: East Midlands & Leeds/Bradford.

Video Picks:

American, JetBlue strike deal to battle Delta, United amid Covid-19 travel decline

Ireland is Ready for the U.S, But There Are Hurdles

‘Lots of detail’ about foreign travel will be announced on Monday – Donnelly

Travelwrap July 10 2020

Video of press launch of ITIC’s Tourism Industry Revival Plan


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