Published on August 14th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/08/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Introducing ‘SAM’; A New Solution for the Aviation Industry

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:

OE-IPC Airbus A320-214 c/n 5162 Celestial Aviation Ferried Beirut-Plovdiv 30/07/20 ex T7-MRA.

OE-LVR Airbus A320-214 c/n 2902 Vueling Austria Ferried Vienna-Madrid 07/08/20 for onward storage.

XA-ALH Embraer 170LR c/n 17000218 Aeromexico Connect Ferried Mexico City-Tucson-Goodyear 05/08/20 on return to lessor ex EI-FLP.

ZA-ALC Boeing 737-4Q8 c/n 24706 Albawings Delivered Bacau-Tirana 07/08/20 ex EI-FVA.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Presses on with A321LXR Seen as Immune to Travel Slump
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Air France signs agreement with main pilots’ union SNPL for the development of Transavia France on the domestic network
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Alitalia must submit a business plan or face liquidation
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British Airways To Add Covid-19 Testing With Boots Pharmacy
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COVID-19 crisis has exposed an imbalance in EU state aid for aviation sector
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Covid-19 places cargo right at the centre of airlines’ revenue models
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Emirates adds Birmingham, Cebu and Houston, taking its network to 74 cities
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Ernest to relaunch as a regional ATR operator in late 2020
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Promising Signs: BA’s Entire A380 Fleet Has Undergone Maintenance 
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TAP Air Portugal Returns To All North American Gateways By October, With The Return Of Chicago O’Hare, San Francisco & New York’s JFK
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Irish Aviation News:

Dublin based airline CityJet to exit examinership
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GECAS Cargo Tops Up Orderbook with More 737-800BCF Narrowbody Freighters
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IAG’s Walsh warns against obtaining liquidity without structural reform
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Irish agents say ‘green list’ changes are ‘immaterial’
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Nordic Aviation Capital delivered one ATR 72-600, MSN 1450, to Windrose Aviation Company LLC on lease
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Ryanair extends various Ukraine – Italy routes into W20
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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:

@Airbus Airbus logged 4 new orders in July 2020 taking the net orders for 2020 to 302 jets. As for deliveries, our global teams handed over 49 #A220 & #A320 Family aircraft to 27 customers worldwide.

@BoeingAirplanes Our newest #ecoDemonstrator jet just got a fresh coat of paint. This 787-10 Dreamliner will be delivered to @etihad  later this year, after helping us test technologies that enhance safety and reduce fuel use, emissions and noise.

@byerussell Fascinating. How the debtor-in-possession financing for LATAM lined by by the Cuetos and Qatar Airways leaves a backdoor for Delta to come in and participate (h/t @jonostrower).

@CPHAirports 565,910 passengers travelled through Copenhagen Airport in July. This is 81.8 percent fewer than in July of last year. Travel patterns have also changed drastically. Norway has taken over from the UK and London as the biggest destination out of Copenhagen.

@dominicgates Boeing 737 MAX cancellations continue as airline downturn shuts off jet orders. So far this year, the firm MAX backlog has shrunk by 864 aircraft: 416 MAXs have been outright canceled and an additional 448 removed from the backlog as no longer certain.  

Video Picks: CEO Says Vaccine Will Spark Travel Industry

CFRA Research’s Colin Scarola on why demand for some airlines will rise

Covid-19 and the Travel Industry

Delta CEO says company plans to extend middle seat policy amid pandemic

Diplomacy and Dialogue – Conversation with Jim Moses Vice President of PHL Hub Operations at American Airlines


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