Published on July 21st, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/07/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 July

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20 July

North American Newsletter 20 July:

Aircraft Update:

OE-IOR Airbus A320-214 c/n 7784 Gannet Aircraft 2 Leasing Registered 15/07/20 Parked at Goodyear ex XA-UNO.

OE-IOT Airbus A320-214 c/n 7792 Gannet Aircraft 2 Leasing Registered 15/07/20 Parked at Goodyear ex XA-UNO.

XA-RBA Airbus A320-214 c/n 3044 Interjet Ferried Mexico City-Tuscan 13/07/20 return to lessor ex EI-FAJ.

Global Aviation News:

Aircraft lessor fleet falls disproportionately; lease rates plummet
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Helvetic Airways Upgrades Embraer E2 Order
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How Top Aviation Leaders See The Future Of The Airline Industry
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In a first, IndiGo & SpiceJet to wet-lease planes to launch long-haul overseas flights
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JetBlue and American Airlines Announce Strategic Partnership to Create More Competitive Options and Choice for Customers in the Northeast
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Lufthansa sets up new leisure flights subsidiary
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Restoring airport revenues post COVID-19
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Safe flight, spotless hotel and masks everywhere: Canaries reopen to tourism
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Scope affirms Lufthansa at BBB- and assigns Negative Outlook; review for possible downgrade resolved
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SR Technics announces successful financing and new focused strategy
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus to place brand new aircraft into storage
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Celairion launches a new subsidiary in Ireland
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Cork and Dublin airport operator DAA has credit rating reduced due to Covid uncertainty
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Ryanair Extends The Removal Of Its Flight Change Fee To All New September Bookings
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Ryanair’s subsidiary Lauda shelves planned new Dubrovnik service
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Shannon Group To Appear Before Oireachtas Committee On Covid-19
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The Ferguson flight again – August 1980
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Turkish Airlines remains on board with Irish cricket
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Tweet Picks:

@byerussell “American is still deciding how big the airline will be come fall… It is easier to cut flights than to add them, they said, so the strategy preserves options.” Q2 numbers will give us an idea of American’s capacity gambit has paid off.  @alyrose

@HAECO_Americas On July 18, 1984, during a transcontinental People Express flight from Newark to Los Angeles, Baltimore-born Beverly Burns went down in history as the first #female pilot to command a Boeing #747. #womeninaviation.

@Keith_Humphrey “Despite bracing for a slow recovery, the poll reveals a sense of optimism for the future, with only 1 in 20 respondents believing that the industry will be permanently damaged by #COVID19.”

@Keith_Humphrey “Over the next few years, @Delta  will accelerate fleet retirement for their entire MD-88, MD-90, Boeing 777 and 737-700 fleets along with portions of the 767-300ER and Airbus A320 fleets as well.

@Keith_Humphrey “When we survey customers today about reasons you’re purchasing a ticket on @Delta, the space on board the plane (and) the blocked middle seats has gone to the No. 1 reason why customers are choosing Delta.

Video Picks:

AerCap CEO Gus Kelly We will see more Sale and leaseback

IATA: Governments need to continue providing support for airlines until 2021

Safe Travel During Covid-19 with the Digital Health Passport (Hi+card)

Tourism can be a platform for overcoming the pandemic- UN Secretary-General António Guterres

Why American Airlines is adding flights


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