Published on July 24th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/07/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program 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:

G-FBJJ Embraer 175 c/n 17000358 HEH Aviation Ferried Manchester-Maastricht 21/07/20 for onward storage.

G-FBJK Embraer 175 c/n 17000359 Flybe Ferried Manchester-Keflavik 21/07/20 by lessor.

N381AN Boeing 767-323ER c/n 25450 Cargo Aircraft Management Re-Delivered Tel Aviv-Shannon-Tampa International 19-20/07/20 after cargo conversion.

UR-RWB ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1262 Windrose Air Delivered-Kiev 15/07/20 x 2-MFIG.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic Training Establishes Diamond Aircraft Authorized Service Centre
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Amazon supply chain: a deep dive
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CAAS and EASA cooperate to harmonise aviation health safety measures for air travel between Singapore and Europe
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Etihad Cargo partners with E2open to streamline regulatory compliance
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flydubai + Emirates “almost a merger”; 33 routes overlap with brother, lowest since 2013
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FAA Updates on Boeing 737 MAX
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Istanbul Airport’s Impressive Coronavirus Testing
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Jet Time files for bankruptcy will re-emerge as Jettime for Summer 2021
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Jet Airways Gets Two Binding Bids In Fourth Round
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KLM to restart Southampton; will have 44 two-way connections over Amsterdam
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Irish Aviation News:

Belfast City Secures six new routes to UK with Aer Lingus Regional
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Bombardier Belfast  signs deal to work on MoD fighter jets

CAR Decision on Local Guideline at Dublin Airport
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CAR Dublin Airport StageGate report- Iteration 1, 2020
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General Electric: COVID-19 Could Wound GECAS
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KPMG Aviation Finance & Leasing Thought Leadership Series With David Yu – Finance Professor at New York University in Shanghai
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Minister of State Naughton announces funding for Regional Airports
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Phoenix American Financial Services and PAFS Ireland, Ltd Announce John McInerney Winner of the Airline Economics Magazine Future Leader of the Year Award for 2020
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Protocols for International Travel
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Ryanair: New route from Manchester to Poznan
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Tweet Picks:

@byerussell American Airlines, JetBlue plan ‘slot moves’ at New York JFK and LaGuardia.

@byerussell Southwest now expects retraining pilots on the MAX will take 9-10 weeks, says COO Michael Van de Ven. Other modifications to the jets can be made during that period. But that is still 2+ months from re-certification to return to service for the MAX at Southwest. $LUV.

@emirates Emirates becomes the world’s first airline to provide free, global cover to customers from COVID-19 medical expenses. Launched under @hhshkmohd’s directive, this industry-leading initiative aims to boost travel confidence.

@HHAhmedBinSaeed As directed by @HHShkMohd @emirates  will be the first airline to offer free cover for COVID-19 medical costs for customers when they travel to & from UAE & around the world. This will boost travel confidence & once again positions Emirates & Dubai as aviation industry leaders.

@paulbuckl_ey I don’t think it’s ever been more important to preserve connectivity between our islands, albeit with essential travel only for now.

Video Picks:

Bandırma Uçağı – Turkish Airlines

Emirates becomes world’s first airline to provide free global COVID-19 cover to customers

Qantas Airlines’ final Boeing 747 flight flies in kangaroo pattern

Southwest and American Airlines say no mask, no flying

Spicejet To Operate Flights To USA


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