Published on September 9th, 2020 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/09/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Podcast: Gearing up: Exploring a career in leasing and asset management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 September

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 September

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 September

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 8 September

North American Newsletter 8 September

Aircraft Update:

OY-YCK ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1026 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Sønderborg-Billund 03/09/20.

SE-RRX Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39019 Norwegian Air Sweden Ferried Trondheim-Dublin 08/09/20 prior return to lessor ex EI-FHU.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic will emerge from crisis strong, says CEO
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As a vaccine nears, airports and trucking services need to be ready
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Emirates employees to get full salaries from October 
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Entry bans by Asian countries slow air recovery: Lufthansa CEO
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KLM and TAP fly in BCG to support restructuring efforts
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Most Landing Clearances at KEF Airport Canceled
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Pobeda’s return to traffic growth points way for Aeroflot Group
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Ultra Long-Haul: An Emerging Business Model Accelerated by COVID-19 
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Irish Aviation News:

Fitch Rates Ryanair’s Proposed Notes ‘BBB(EXP)’
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Latvian airline airBaltic resumes flights to Dublin
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Move of Aer Lingus aircraft ‘unthinkable’ say Chambers of Commerce
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New Irish Flying School in Florida
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People from the West of Ireland fearful over the future of Shannon Airport 
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Restored City-to-City Link Reconnects Belfast and London
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Ryanair Calls For Urgent Government Action To Implement Recommendations Of Its Own Aviation Task Force
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Tweet Picks:

@flyLAXairport Thank you to @CBSthismorning for highlighting LAX’s first-in-the-nation remote controlled check-in kiosks, now available in the Tom Bradley International Terminal in aisle A. Use your phone to control the kiosk and avoid touching the screen. #TravelSafely/

@krisvancleave Labor Day Monday was the 2nd busiest day at airport checkpoints since March 16th according to updated @TSA numbers released this morning. The 935,308 flyers screened yesterday trailed the nearly 970,000 who passed through checkpoints Friday. More than 4M were screened Thurs-Mon.

@Reuters A flight from Beijing to Hangzhou in eastern China can be had for as low as 180 yuan ($26). Deals like this are fueling a robust recovery in air passenger levels in China.

@TSnyderDC Nothing for airlines, airports, transit or the bus industry in Senate’s draft CARES 2 bill.

@winglets747 Covid likely to start a new phase in European LCC development, as GFC and 2001 downturn did before (thoroughly researched by @peresuau).

Video Picks:

airBaltic Performs Low Pass Flight Over Spilve Airport

Apollo Sees Opportunities in Commercial Property, Aviation

Cheap seats give China airlines a needed bounce

Ethiopian Airlines new passenger terminal CGTN

Qatar Airways resumes flights to Lagos, Nigeria


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