Published on July 23rd, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/07/2020

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:

C-FIYA Boeing 767-33A c/n 33421 Air Canada Rouge Ferried Kansas City-Toronto-Shannon 16-20/07/20 for onward storage.

ET-AMG Boeing 767-3BG c/n 30566 Ethiopian Airlines Ferried Addis Ababa-Dublin-Washington Dulles-Marana 20-22/07/20 in all white colours for cargo conversion.

G-FBJE Embraer 175 c/n 17000336 Flybe Leasing Ferried Birmingham-Alverca 16/07/20 for onward storage.

Global Aviation News:

Cabin Crew and Icelandair Sign Third Contract
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Emirates SkyCargo keeps the world connected with over 10,000 flights in 3 months
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Future charter carrier Global X signs for an A320 
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KLM resumes flights to China after five months
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Pratt & Whitney Finds Silver Lining in Pandemic
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Private carriers lead China’s aviation rebound from coronavirus 
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SpiceJet acqui-hires ixigo subsidiary Travenues
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TAP Air Portugal Just Added A New Route From The USA To Portugal, The Airline’s Only Nonstop To The Azores, From Boston
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Travel to Europe will be very different from 1 January 2021: Here are the government’s new regulations
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U.S. passenger flights to India can resume July 23
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Irish Aviation News:

Alan Buckley appointed GECAS’ Senior Vice President & Regional Manager for Commercial, Europe & Canada
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CDB Aviation Appoints Brendan O’Neill as CFO
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Pandemic steers Stratos toward A330 conversion
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Ryanair’s marketing boss: We are not a brand people need to fall in love with
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Sabena technics and ASL Airlines extend their ATR support agreement
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Thora Capital Acquires Six EMS Helicopters From Milestone Aviation
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Tweet Picks:

@byerussell An airplane “is really one of the safest places you can be if you’re going to leave your house,” says United CEO Kirby. He reiterates that the airline’s cleaning procedures and mask rules keep travelers and crews safe. $UAL.

@byerussell “There are a token number number of 757s with Pratt & Whitney engines, those have been permanently retired… I hesitate to make a decision today to retire a fleet when we just don’t need to,” says United CCO Andrew Nocella.

@hharteveldt .@united  passenger 2Q revenue/avail. seat mile (PRASM) = 7.60 cents, ahead of @delta ’s 6.40. $UAL #earnings.

@hharteveldt @united  reports 2Q avg. load factor of 33.1%. Estimated July LF average = 45; just 15% of flights have 70%+ of seats filled. $UAL #earnings

@qatarairways H.E. Mr Akbar Al Baker said: “We had planned to launch a number of destinations on 1 July, but due to constant extensions of airport closures and NOTAMs we had to settle on relaunching 11 destinations.” #QatarAirways

Video Picks:

Delta Air Lines CEO: ‘You Cannot Board A Delta Plane Without A Mask On’

Qatar Airways seeks $5bn compensation from blockading quartet

The worst is behind us, but that doesn’t mean it’s smooth sailing ahead for airlines: Raymond James

Turkey’s Istanbul Airport opens 1st COVID-19 test center

United Airlines loses $1.6 billion in Q2 as Covid-19 disrupts air travel


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