Published on July 31st, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 31/07/2020

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-IWP Boeing 737-42J(F) c/n 27143 ASL Airlines Belgium Acceptance Flight 29/07/20 at Liege ex ZS-JRC.

OE-LCP Airbus A321-211 c/n 6629 Vueling Austria Ferried Vienna-Madrid 28/07/20 for onward storage.

TF-AMC Boeing 747-412F(SCD) c/n 26563 Air Atlanta Icelandic Position Shannon-Liege 25/07/20 after paint into Magma Aviation colours.

Global Aviation News:

Air NZ swaps landing slots with United Airlines at Heathrow in secret deal
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AirAsia India passes 10 million seats as troubles continue; every route competes directly with IndiGo
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Air Serbia Increases The Number Of Charter Flights To Turkish Resorts
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ATSG Delivers 767 Freighter to MasAir of Mexico
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British Airways to make Cornwall-Heathrow link even more successful
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Conversion market sees high demand for freighters as DHL orders four 767s
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Emirates to resume flights to Clark from 1 August, further expanding its Far East network
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Emirates resumes service to Nairobi, Baghdad and Basra
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European airlines urge Canada to remove ‘problematic’ coronavirus-travel restrictions
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GA Telesis Announces Firm Order for 737-800 Conversion to Freighter with AEI
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus services to US full of cargo, not people, says CEO
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Due To Popular Demand Ryanair Launches Two Additional Greek Routes & Increased Frequencies From Dublin
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German pilots comply with Ryanair’s agreement
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Lauda Europe applies for Maltese Aircraft License
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Malta Air vows to bring tourist volumes to Malta
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Non-green list passengers should be tested before travelling to Ireland, DAA to say
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Ryanair early-August 2020 network additions
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Tweet Picks:

@ATRaircraft Our #ATR72-600 prototype (MSN 1157) performed its 100th test flight one year only after its first commissioning! This time it performed some additional tests on our New Air Management System. (NAMS) #ATRIntolife #avgeeks.

@FlyFrontier We are extremely excited to share that we have taken delivery of our 100th aircraft, @Airbus AC 369, which features Chinook, the Gray Wolf on its tail! This delivery marks a momentous milestone in the history of our company and is a symbol of years of hard work! @Wolves_at_CWWC.

@GlennFarleyK5 737 production will remain at low production rates through 2020.  Affected by delivering airplanes already in storage and COVID impacts, says Boeing CEO Calhoun.

@HertsRoyal Good luck with that, given the likelihood that an increasing number are whitetails and it won’t be easy finding new customers in this environment. Step forward Delta Air Lines?.

@IBD_GRich Boeing says as of right now it looks like it will deliver more Boeing 737 Max jets in 2022 than in 2021. $BA.

Video Picks:

Airline industry under ‘huge pressure’ from a liquidity perspective, Wizz Air CEO says

Boeing CEO: Demand for new aircrafts could rebound in second half of 2021

Boeing will delay its new 777X planes due to decrease of long-haul jet demand

Fly better with enhanced health and safety measures  Emirates Airlines

Michael McNamara – Irish border and air travel restrictions


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