Published on August 24th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/08/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

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

Webinar – Gearing Up: Exploring a career in leasing and asset management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 August

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 August

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17 August

North American Newsletter 17 August

Aircraft Update:

G-LCAC Embraer 190LR c/n 19000513 BA Cityflyer Delivered Warsaw-Norwich 21/08/20 ex EI-GSW.

N281AC Boeing 737-804 c/n 28231 Aero Capital Solutions Registered 19/08/20 at Nursultan prior cargo conversion ex EI-GRE.

N288AU Boeing 737-490 c/n 28888 Automatic Leasing Ferried Edmonton-Tampa 17/08/20 ex C-FLRS.

Global Aviation News:

A close look at Iceland’s pandemic flight activity
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Ambitious Mas Air Cargo set for European expansion
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American Airlines to conduct 1,000 cargo-only flights in September
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Covid vaccine: is air cargo ready for ‘the biggest product launch in history? 
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Delta Air Lines (DAL) brings back more flights across Atlantic and Pacific this winter and summer 2021
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Emirates airline expects return to full capacity by summer 2021
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EU Commission Gives the Green Light for Brussels Airlines Stabilization Package
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Lübeck Air, a new scheduled airline, takes off to Munich and Stuttgart
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National Airlines Council of Canada seeking assistance from feds
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Restructured SAA will boost aviation sector and act as a vital lifeline
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Irish Aviation News:

Alaskan model may help restart the Irish aviation industry
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Belfast International Airport has said it wants to see coronavirus testing rolled out at airports
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Delta drops Shannon service until 2022 at least
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Ireland’s Aviation Gala Ball 2020 postponed until further notice
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Ireland’s airlines among worst-hit in Europe by Covid-19
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Minister for Health launches online COVID-19 Passenger Locator Form
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Q&A: competition law and state aid for the aviation sector in Ireland
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Ryanair Launches Flights from Ukraine to Cologne, Dusseldorf
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Tweet Picks:

@CamWallace_NZ The team @FlyAirNZ stand ready to welcome JQ back once the restrictions are lifted. Market-wide low fares from all carriers represent strong underlying demand and are good for everyone. @andykirto.

@byerussell AirTrain to LaGuardia could open by 2025, but travelers will have to catch it from Willets Point.

@byerussell JetBlue adds Steamboat-NYC flights as Colorado ski town’s pandemic connections keep growing.

@MaxK_J BA bids farewell to world’s first GE-powered #777 as ‘ZZA flies into retirement.

@Oriana0214 The Air Force is reviewing whether an F-16 fighter’s Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System, known as Auto-GCAS, kicked in during a flight last month at Nellis Air Force Base, which would mark the 10th aircraft saved (11th life saved) to date.

Video Picks:

A Better Future for All conversation series with Kerry O’Brien and Alan Joyce

Arm wrestle of an interview, Michael O’Leary & Mary Wilson on RTÉ Drivetime Aug 19 2020

Border closures ‘politically driven’: Alan Joyce CEO Qantas Airways

COVID-19: “Simply, there shouldn’t be” a green list – Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson

The Road to Recovery for Asia’s Travel Sector


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