Published on September 2nd, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/09/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

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

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 31 August

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 31 August:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 31 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 31 August:

North American Newsletter 31 August

Aircraft Update:

G-FBJF Embraer 175 c/n 17000341 flyBe Leasing Ferried Birmingham-Alverca 21/08/20 for onward storage.

XY-AGU Airbus A319-111 c/n 1180 Myanmar Airways International Ferried Clark International-Guam International-Honolulu-Marana 22-23/08/20 on return to lessor ex EI-FCP.

VQ-BHE Boeing 747-4KZF(SCD) c/n 36784 ASL Airlines (Belgium) Delivered Teruel-Frankfurt Hahn 21/08/20 in ABC colours to become OO-

Global Aviation News:

American Airlines Improves the Travel Experience
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Emirates and flydubai reactivate partnership offering seamless travel to over 100 unique destinations through Dubai
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Emirates Airline Turns To Dubai Government For $2 Billion In Support Amid Coronavirus Crisis
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Lufthansa and Easyjet to perform parallel landing at new Berlin Airport
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Royal Air Maroc’s transatlantic seats up strongly; where do its Montreal passengers connect?
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Spicejet operates its first all-cargo flight to Frankfurt
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Spirit Airlines: Betting On Recovery
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United Airlines Permanently Eliminates Change Fees
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Why Minnesota-based Sun Country is ‘outperforming’ rest of airline industry
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings: Exiting Turbulence, Stock Looks Cheap
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Aer Lingus may move transatlantic services from Shannon to the UK
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Alexandra Slabutu (Millennia Aviation): Using drones to build the smart workforce of tomorrow
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Britain urgently needs to take down the ‘Closed’ sign – IAG CEO Willie Walsh
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Coastguard Helicopter Flies Little Boy To London For Lifesaving Organ Transplant
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Egyptair moves Dublin launch to late-March 2021
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Ryanair Reponds To Refund Queries and Green List

TRA in the vicinity of Cleggan & Inishbofin Co. Galway plus Inishturk & Clare Island Co. Mayo
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Tweet Picks:

@NewcastleFlyer The last ever EasyJet flight from the Newcastle base has now departed. EZY6445 is off to Faro this afternoon/evening and is operated by A320CEO G-EZOP. Today marks the end of 17 years of based operations at Newcastle for EasyJet.

@simonasbartkus .@wizzair now charges a 10EUR surcharge if you have @getadblock  turned on. Added right at the payment stage. This is not directly intentional – airline introduced the fee which is applicable to bookings made by automated systems. Adblock makes you “automated system”.

@SeanM1997 Airport slots are set to return to the “use it or lose it” rule in Winter 2020. This could lead to consolidation of flights at airports in the immediate future, but also would allow the likes of Wizz Air to grow if they can obtain slots.

@SeanM1997 Hours after Virgin Atlantic announce a new route between London Heathrow and Lahore (4x weekly flights from December 2020), British Airways apply for permission to fly the route.

@SeanM1997 Vueling have removed London Heathrow from its booking site, resulting in the end of the A Coruna – London Heathrow route. There had been a dispute between the local Spanish government and Vueling about flights on this route.

Video Picks:

American Airlines to cut flying capacity by 55% in October: Report

Delta follows United Airlines in waiving ticket change fees permanently

‘Government should not be running airports & airlines’: Hardeep Singh Puri

Israel’s El Al Set for Unprecedented U.A.E. Flight

United Change Fees Are Gone


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