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Published on August 19th, 2020 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 19/08/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Introducing ‘SAM’; A New Solution for the Aviation Industryhttps://bit.ly/31IB9GU

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 Augusthttps://bit.ly/3g5PnXA

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 Augusthttps://bit.ly/2Y8JGSl

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 Augusthttps://bit.ly/2FxYnbm

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17 Augusthttps://bit.ly/3iM5wDd

North American Newsletter 17 Augusthttps://bit.ly/342PW1Y

Aircraft Update:

N576CC Candair CRJ200 c/n 7270 GECAS Registered 14/08/20 Parked at Mojave ex C-GKEK.

N974M Airbus A321-231 c/n 974 JMV Aviation Vallair Registered 13/08/20 Parked at Châteauroux prior freighter conversion ex TC-OEC.

OE-ILL Airbus A320-232 c/n 2844  Celestial Aviation Registered 13/08/20 Parked at Sofia ex LZ-BHG.

Global Aviation News:

Air France Wins Pilot Deal for Transavia Domestic Flights
Read more: https://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/air-transport/2020-08-12/air-france-wins-pilot-deal-transavia-domestic-flights

AirAsia accelerates digital transformation with robotic process automation in partnership with JIFFY.ai
Read more: https://www.webwire.com/ViewPressRel.asp?aId=262651

Azul and Latam commence codeshare in Brazil
Read more: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/azul-and-latam-commence-codeshare-in-brazil-301110942.html

Etihad VP Confirms A380 Stays, Discusses Post Pandemic Strategies 
Read more: https://airwaysmag.com/interview/etihad-vp-vincent-frascogna/

TSA Reports Highest Level of Airline Traffic Since March
https://www.travelmarketreport.com/articles/TSA-Reports-Highest-Level-of-Airline-Traffic-Since-March

TUI Group: Successful resumption of travel activities from all markets
Read more: https://www.marketscreener.com/TUI-AG-470539/news/TUI-Group-Successful-resumption-of-travel-activities-from-all-markets-Third-quarter-meets-own-exp-31110511/

Westbridge Capital buys 5.43 million shares of IndiGo for 559 crore
Read more: https://www.itln.in/westbridge-capital-buys-543-million-shares-of-indigo-for-559-crore-aviation

Irish Aviation News:

From 2m visitors to zero (and back again) – Big Irish Campfire to discuss transatlantic tourism woes
Read more: https://www.irishecho.com/2020/08/from-2m-visitors-to-zero-and-back-again-big-irish-campfire-to-discuss-transatlantic-tourism-woes/

Phoenix American Financial Services Announces New Client Valeo Groupe
Read more: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/phoenix-american-financial-services-announces-new-client-valeo-groupe-301111797.html

Ryanair: 90% of passengers rate customer experience ‘Excellent/Very Good/Good’
Read more: https://blueswandaily.com/ryanair-90-of-passengers-rate-customer-experience-excellent-very-good-good/

Ryanair Restores 60% of Scheduled Flights in August
Read more: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/ryanair-restores-60-of-scheduled-flights-in-august/

Turbulence: Aer Lingus’s profitable niche within IAG could be wrecked by Covid-19
Read more: https://www.thecurrency.news/articles/21962/turbulence-aer-linguss-profitable-niche-within-iag-could-be-wrecked-by-covid-19

Walsh scathing on government’s ‘extreme’ measures on air travel
Read more: https://www.businesspost.ie/coronavirus/walsh-scathing-on-governments-extreme-measures-on-air-travel-cfef95d6

Warning that loss of London route at Shannon Airport would be ‘incomprehensible’
Read more: https://www.limerickleader.ie/news/home/565819/warning-that-loss-of-london-route-at-shannon-airport-would-be-incomprehensible.html

€12bn of cancelled Boeings to skew US Ireland trade data
Read more: https://www.independent.ie/business/irish/12bn-of-cancelled-boeings-to-skew-us-ireland-trade-data-39445194.html

Tweet Picks:

@sandeeprrao1991 According to UK Civil Aviation Authority, Bengaluru-LHR was the 3rd busiest route wrt pax carried on the india-lhr sector with 231,123 passengers. Followed by LHR-HYD-LHR (141,428 pax) & LHR-MAA-LHR (136,481 pax).  #Avgeek

@simonasbartkus Lithuanian Airports reported the average load factors in July were 62,5% in Vilnius Airport, 61,0% in Kaunas and 62,3% in Palanga. It is better than I could expect after a 44% average load factor in June.

@simonasbartkus .@wizzair surprise move: new routes from @riga_airport to Birmingham, Stockholm, Hamburg, Billund and Trondheim starting in October. Also, the restart of Reykjavik and Bergen routes. Possibly, the return of 2nd based aircraft and giving a hard time for @airBaltic  (again).

@v1images A conversion from passenger to cargo aircraft is in progress with this airframe. The aircraft started life as B-6127 then TC-OCR. It is destined to join the DHL / ASL Airlines Ireland fleet once work is complete. 

@winglets747 The world’s newest airline and 787 operator: Air Premia from Korea. Original pre-Covid plan was to launch on regional Asia flights and later to the US with Dreamliners in a two-class premium economy and economy cabin.

Video Picks:

Aer Lingus CEO Sean Doyle We have the most restrictive policy in Europe
https://youtu.be/LSHbtJdGHN8

IASA Industry Interview Series: Impacts of COVID-19 Pandemic with SMBC Aviation Capital
https://youtu.be/pHxuvepcivc

Michael McNamara asks Sean Doyle How are Ireland’s flights to Albania
https://youtu.be/2S3_QXIor2A

Webinar with Eastern Airlines about new direct flight Los Cabos – NYC
https://youtu.be/27zzLqKbrhM

8D Manchester City Stadium Sounds | Etihad
https://youtu.be/sTY-AgGnjh4

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