Published on August 13th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/08/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 August

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 August

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 10 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 10 August

North American Newsletter 10 August

Aircraft Update:N557CC Boeing 777-36N c/n 32789 Israel Aerospace Industries Ferried Tel Aviv-San Bernardino 06/08/20 ex OE-IHW.

N559CC Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33818 GECAS Ferried Belgrade-Nursultan Nazarbayev International-Shanghai 04/05-08/20 for cargo conversion ex TC-SAI.

OE-ILO Airbus A320-214 c/n 888 WNG II Aircraft Leasing Registered 06/08/20 Parked at Kaunas ex ES-SAK.

Global Aviation News:

Chinese Cities Will Again Put Money Into Airlines
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Emirates ramps up passenger services to Pakistan, offering customers 60 weekly flights
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How Airlines Can Promote Safe Travel And Reopen Economies
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IAG: Strong Push For Liquidity Improves Survival Chances – Seeking Alpha 
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Pressure on air cargo rates from China keeps increasing
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Qatar Airways Becomes The Only International Airline To Service Five Major Australian Cities, With Flights Resuming To Adelaide
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SKY’s The Limit: How a Chilean LCC Is Innovating Amid Pandemic Challenges
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The Odds of Catching Covid on a Flight Are Slim
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Irish Aviation News:

Aviation Industry Shows Green Shoots of Recovery – Irish Aviation Authority 
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Dublin Airport 2020 Provisional Price Cap
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Irish travel restrictions ‘are more restrictive than any other country in Europe’; Ireland is effectively ‘closed for business’ due to travel green list – Aer Lingus CEO Sean Doyle
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Opinion: ‘An unjustified panic against all international travel has developed in Ireland’
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Pre-flight Covid testing could restore passenger numbers, says Cork Chamber
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Ryanair expands Italian network from Lviv in S21
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Samsung Partners launches Samsung Aviation Partners Ireland
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Stobart Group says trading in line as Southend Airport reopens
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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineFlyer “UK investigators believe evacuation simulations for aircraft certification are inadequate, and should be adapted to provide a more realistic model of passenger behaviour, particularly regarding retrieval of cabin baggage.”

@AirlineFlyer .@united says it is now using a UV-C handheld light to sanitize the flight deck “on most aircraft at its hub airports” to ensure that pilots have a safe working space. Good move, as that’s a very high touch space.

@FAANews The FAA is proposing to mandate certain design changes for the @Boeing  #737Max airplane before the aircraft can return to service. The public comment period ends on September 21.

@kambrmedia .@AmericanAir ‘s strategic partnership with @JetBlue is designed to stimulate both carriers’ Northeast air travel business amid immediate and long-term challenges to demand and loyalty stemming from the global #pandemic. Airplane #covid19 #aviation.

@kambrmedia “Most #airlines will not survive a second grounding. But we must understand that a solution is possible to this paradigm – and it must ultimately be clinically-led.” – Brendan McKittrick, Aeroband. Airplane #aviation #covid19.

Video Picks:

Booking Holdings CEO: Seeing in a increase in alternative accommodations

Global air traffic levels could return to 2019 standards by 2023: BofA Securities

Lufthansa Airlines Start International Flight between Germany to India under Air Bubble Agreement

Midscale travel is outperforming luxury travel: Citi

Vision-Box: Current slowdown is huge opportunity to invest in airport technology


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