Published on September 4th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/09/2020

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:

EI-RJU RJ85 c/n 2367 Cityjet Ferried Dublin-Keflavik-Narsarsuaq 03/09/20

LZ-DAB Airbus A321-231 c/n 2916 Dubai Aerospace Ferried Istanbul-Vatry 31/08/20 for storage ex TC-JMM.

LZ-DAC Airbus A321-231 c/n 2919 Dubai Aerospace Ferried Istanbul-Vatry 31/08/20 for storage ex TC-OEG.

9H-LMH Airbus A320-214 c/n 5015 Lauda Europe Registered at Vienna 01/09/20 on transfer ex OE-LMH.  

Global Aviation News:

De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400 Turboprop Becomes First Regional Aircraft Recertified to Meet ICAO’s Most Stringent Noise Standards
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Emirates to resume flights to Accra and Abidjan from 6 September, expanding the airline’s network to 81 destinationsRead more:

Icelandair Group hf .: Underwriting Agreement reached with Íslandsbanki and Landsbankinn
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Qatar Airways Offers More Global Connectivity Than Any Other Airline
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The Case for Southwest Airlines, a Strong Player in a Devastated Sector
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Trump vows to help struggling U.S. airlines
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United Airlines and Other Airlines Eliminated Change Fees. Here’s Why
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Virgin Atlantic to begin Islamabad and Lahore from big gap left by PIA
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Irish Aviation News:

Advisories Split on Outgoing IAG CEO Walsh’s $1.2 Million Bonus
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Airlines Operating And Return To Service Dates At Dublin Airport
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Ireland’s travel `green list’ under review, minister says
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Ryanair launches new route from Liverpool
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Ryanair passenger numbers more than halve in August on annual basis
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Tourism’s Call to Action: launch of ITIC campaign
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Virgin Atlantic to expand Delta Trans-Atlantic codeshare in 2020/21 to Dublin routes
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Willie Walsh hopeful air travel will recover by 2023
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Tweet Picks:

@alfredinflight China Airlines and EVA Air reported operating profits for their latest quarterly financial results, placing them among the few airlines to turn a profit during a pandemic-induced economic downturn. 

@alfredinflight Remember the ‘Flying-V’ blended wing aircraft concept? Well, a scaled model of the aircraft took off on its first test flight recently.  Airbus has also emerged as the latest partner in the project, alongside KLM. 

@justinbachman The domestic ticket-change fee is officially dead, in less than 24 hours owing to the threat of a competitive disadvantage. At three airlines that collected a cumulative $2.3 billion in change/cancel fees last year. #COVID19 #airlines #fees

@MaxK_J @GEAviation  changes LPT protective coating after 2018 Qantas A330 aerofoil failure, reports @alfredinflight.

@qatarairways By mid-September, we will operate over 650 weekly flights to more than 85 destinations, providing more flexible travel options to more global destinations than any other airline.

Video Picks:

Q&A with Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Air Lines

Clare FM – Irish economy & Shannon Airport

Indian airlines hopeful for festive season boost, but experts are not optimistic

KLM CEO: Airlines facing “new reality”

Staying safe and connected: A message from Ben Minicucci


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