Published on July 28th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/07/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection :

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 July

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 27 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 27 July

North American Newsletter 27 July:

Aircraft Update:

EI-GTD Airbus A320-214 c/n 1125 GECAS Registered at Knock 21/07/20 in Iberia Express colurs ex EC-MCB.

EI-EIK Airbus A330-302 c/n 789 Aer Lingus Ferried Dublin-Ciudad Real 26/07/20 for onward storage ex A7-AEH.

EI-EZR Airbus A320-214 c/n 1198 GECAS Registered at Knock 21/07/20 in Iberia Express colurs ex EC-MBU.

Global Aviation News:

Airfreight rates expected to shoot up by September
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AirAsia sees green shoots, upbeat on recovery trajectory
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Emirates resumes services to Seychelles, boosts access to Indian Ocean destinations this summer
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EU to make face masks compulsory on all European flights for passengers aged 6 and over
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IAG: Statement regarding equity raise media speculation
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Opening of the BER Airport on 31 October 2020
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Stabilization package of the Belgian federal government and Lufthansa pave the way for the turnaround of Brussels Airlines
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UK’s first SE-IMC operator readies for August launch
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Vistara Receives First Airbus A321neo, Becomes First Airline In South Asia With Lie-Flat Beds On Narrowbody Jet
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Irish Aviation News:

An Audience with Stephen Kavanagh & Jim Gavin in aid of SVP, 1500L 15/08/20
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Airlines Operating And Return To Service Dates At Dublin Airport
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Bray Fly-Past By Rescue 116 In Honour Of Covid-19 Healthcare Workers
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Dublin Airport COVID-19 Update
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National Flight Training Organisation (NFTO) Certificate Launched
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Ryanair Launches New Route From Bucharest To Palma
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The Sunday Interview: Karl Griffin of Genesis Aircraft Leasing [Paywall]

Tweet Picks:

@byerussell American Airlines took an aggressive approach to capacity in Q2 and it produced results. The airline zigged when competitors zagged and remained the largest of the Big 3 when the standard playbook called for deep cuts.

@byerussell Spirit considers its 31 A319s as something of a “swing component” in the recovery, says CEO Christie. They could be retired, come back at low utilization, or back to full utilization. Their future at Spirit is TBD. The A319s were a fifth of Spirit’s fleet at end-2019. $SAVE.

@CorpJetInvestor The first of six @Pilatus PC-24s, in medevac configuration for the Swedish Air Ambulance Organisation (SAAO), successfully completed its maiden flight this week.

@simonasbartkus Swiss regional airline Helvetic Airways innovates with POP-UP flights: one-time charter operations into safe-covid19-places for Swiss people. They plan to operate such flights to Brac, Tivat, Dubrovnik and Vilnius.

@simonasbartkus .@wizzair postponed routes from Vilnius to Kutaisi and Zaporizhzhya resumption to September. The route Vilnius-Zaporizhzhya was launched and operated for one rotation and then suspended. Weird.

Video Picks:

Dubai is Open | Emirates Airline

Eoghan Corry Travelwrap What next after the green list?

FAA issues directive on parked Boeing 737 NG models

Feds should use ‘science-based approach’ on travel restrictions: Air Canada’s chief medical officer Dr. Jim Chung

HomeSafe™ – The emergency autoland explained


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