Published on September 7th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/09/2020

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:

OE-LMO Airbus A320-214 c/n 3597 Laudamotion Registered 03/09/20 at Hyderabad prior delivery ex VT-WAG.

SE-RPX Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39022 Norwegian Air Sweden Registered 04/09/20 after transfer ex EI-GBF.

SE-RJS Boeing 737-76N c/n 32684 Yakutia Aircompany Ferried Oslo-Shannon 04/09/20 prior delivery.

Global Aviation News:

Airline ETF sees brighter skies coming for airline industry
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Amman to rejoin Emirates network from 8 September
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Amazon’s first 763 freighter is now registered
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Faradair’s Hybrid Electric Aircraft Finds Fresh Impetus in New Duxford Home
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How Ethiopian Airlines’ Agility Saw It Through COVID With No Bailout
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Qatar’s Al Baker Calls on Boeing To ‘Oblige’ on Delivery Talks
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State aid: Commission approves €199.45 million Italian support to compensate Alitalia for damages suffered due to coronavirus outbreak
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Irish Aviation News:

As Aer Lingus shifts transatlantic services from Shannon, Aldergrove puts its hat in the ring
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Business approval for launch of Loganair’s Glasgow-Belfast route
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China Now Rivals Ireland in the Big League of Aircraft Leasing
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CityJet owner Falko in talks to acquire Stobart Air
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COVID-19 cases ‘did not follow the travellers’, aviation expert says Eoghan Corry 
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Draft Decision on Coordination Parameters for Summer 2021 at Dublin Airport
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Nordic Aviation Capital delivered one new Embraer E175, MSN 17000852, to JSC Belavia- Belarusian Airlines on lease
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Tweet Picks:

@boomaero XB-1’s nearly 14’ center inlet features a long S-duct to slow the flow of air in-flight and provide stable, consistent airflow for the engines. Along with the two outboard inlets, this component is installed and ready for rollout.

@byerussell Most of the 15 cities American will suspend in Oct. are within 90 miles of another city served by the airline, in other words driving distance. @crankyflier.

@Cessna Just announced: The #CessnaSkyCourier’s new McCauley C779 propellers have received  @FAANews certification. The props underwent 135 hours of testing, including a blade retention system test at twice the maximum centrifugal load of the propeller during operation. #FlyCessna.

@DroneXL1 Scientists in East Tennessee have developed disposable ‘Coyote’ drones to study hurricanes such as #Laura. These unmanned aerial systems (#UAS) can fly into the most dangerous part of the #hurricane’s eye-wall. #drone #drones #uav.

@jonostrower “Tomorrow’s airmen…must be prepared to fight through combat attrition rates and risks to the nation that are more akin to the World War II era than the uncontested environment to which we have since become accustomed.”

Video Picks:

Airline passenger capacity may drop 40%: Berenberg senior analyst

#An124-100 Honolulu, Hawaii —- Auckland, New Zealand

Bain Capital’s Virgin Australia plan is ‘interesting’: CAPA

Bradley Airport worried about losing major airlines due to decline in passenger traffic

Flexjet Sees Strong Demand for Private Travel


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