Published on July 29th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/07/2020

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:

OE-LMR Airbus A320-214 c/n 2633 Laudamotion Registered 27/07/20 prior delivery at Kuala Lumpur ex 9M-AFB.

S2-AIJ Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 30704 Pembroke Leasing Ferried Shahjalal International-Almaty International-Tallinn 25/07/20 in Regent Airways colours.

2-AWWS Boeing 737-5K5 c/n 24927 BBAM Aircraft Leasing? Registered at Bournemouth 24/07/20 ex ZA-AWA.

Global Aviation News:

ATSG Delivers 767 Freighter to MasAir of Mexico
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Emirates launches bespoke portal for travel
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PHL Chamber of Commerce CEO: Lift travel restrictions from Europe
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SkyTeam chief sees crisis creating fresh focus for airline alliances
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Spain’s Industry Minister says it is up to Iberia, Air Europa to move on with merger
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TAP Air Portugal resumes 66 routes in August and 76 in September
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VALLAIR signs MoU with CHAMP Cargosystems to develop the first cargo management system and e-freight integrated solution for the Airbus A321 freighter
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Irish Aviation News:

Accelya Completes Acquisition of Farelogix
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Aer Lingus Regional announces 6 routes from Belfast City; had 1m passengers with flybe last year
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airBaltic Selects APG (Ireland) as Cargo GSSA
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Air Canada plans Boeing 737 MAX 8 Montreal – Dublin service in S21
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DAA says coronavirus testing in Irish airports would be ‘challenging’
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Ryanair Holdings plc (RYAAY) CEO Michael O’Leary on Q1 2021 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Ryanair Reports Q1 Loss of €185m as Traffic Falls by 99%
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Time for ‘Ryanair Turkey’? 250+ unserved routes to Europe, excl. Istanbul, with avg. 11,000 passengers
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Tweet Picks:

@ari_maj SpiceJet will operate a wet leased A330-900 to repatriate Indians from Amsterdam on 1 August #aviation during #COVID19.

@byerussell American Airlines succeeded in flying more than competitors during the worst of the pandemic in the second quarter, but as CEO Doug Parker put it: it’s “not going to make a big difference six months from now.” $AAL.

@JohnLStrickland Even with worst quarter in its 35 history #Ryanair still has 3.9bn euros cash available.   185m euro loss for the quarter, traffic down 99% and load factor on what did operate 61% #airlines.

@JohnLStrickland Real reshaping of #airline fleets in coming years.  Small is beautiful a likely philosophy.  #B747’s #A380’s out.  Even new gen #777X looks too big in current market conditions.

@winglets747 British Airways in recent years turned the 747 into a quasi-business jet, removing rows of economy class to make way for more business seats that will now be in low demand.

Video Picks:

Covid to Remain Big Risk Into Winter: Ryanair CFO

Eddie Wilson Ireland is lucky in having two stable airlines

Germany Sets Up Free Covid-19 Testing Stations to Screen Incoming Travelers

Michael McNamara – Aer Lingus at Shannon

Travel Restrictions Aren’t Effective in Stopping Covid-19, WHO Says Mike Ryan


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