Published on September 11th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/09/2020

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:

OE-IKI Airbus A321-231 c/n 7238 Sky High Leasing Registered 09/09/20 Parked at Goodyear ex XA-CRM.

OE-INV Airbus A321-231 c/n 7238 Sky High Leasing Registered 09/09/20 Parked at Goodyear ex XA-CBA.

OE-INW Airbus A321-231 c/n 7345 Sky High Leasing Registered 09/09/20 Parked at Goodyear ex XA-MBA.

Global Aviation News:

Comac C919: China takes on Airbus and Boeing
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Covid vaccine: 8,000 jumbo jets needed to deliver doses globally, says IATA
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EU and China agreement on aviation standards comes into force
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Europe’s airline capacity goes into reverse
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IAG: Capital Increase to Raise Gross Proceeds €741m
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Qatar’s Al Baker Calls on Boeing To ‘Oblige’ on Delivery Talks
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Southwest Airlines Loses Another Competitive Advantage
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Thomas Cook to be revived as online travel firm
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Transat A.T. Inc. – Results for third quarter of 2020
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TUI fly Belgium operates air bridge for transfer of ship crews between Stavanger, Norway, and Sri Lanka
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Wizz Air CEO Predicts a ‘Rollercoaster’ Covid-19 Recovery
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Irish Aviation News:

Aergo Capital enhances platform capabilities with key hires
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Exchange of views with Director General of Eurocontrol, Mr Eamonn Brennan
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IAA Releases August 2020 Flight Statistics
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Lufthansa Technik To Open Dublin Mobile Engine Shop
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Ryanair’s most profitable airports identified using RDC’s Apex platform; which are in its top-10?
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Tellus Airborne Survey takes off over South Central Ireland
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Unfriendly skies: IAG and Aer Lingus after Willie Walsh
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21 Air entered into a sub-service partnership agreement with AELF and Maleth Aero
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Tweet Picks:

@BillyKelleherEU Fully expect a Twitter pile on for issuing this statement but I think it’s absolutely necessary to implement rapid, repeat testing at airports to reduce quarantine requirements. We need to protect jobs in the aviation, tourism and hospitality sectors.

@byerussell Newark features highly in JetBlue’s announcement with 7 new routes, all going head-to-head with United. JetBlue appears engaged in something of a take-them-while-they’re-down approach to edge into United’s #EWR hub.

@CamWallace_NZ This is a smart move from @united  – although I’m very biased as they are partners and mates! Dynamic scheduling will become another ‘new normal’ for airlines post an extended C19 impact as we all focus on controllable VOC’s.

@HowardSlutsken Flag of Canada Air Transat sale to Air Canada still pending Canadian gov’t approval, and result of investigation by European Commission (due Dec 11). Overall deadline for regulatory approval Dec 27/2020.

@justinbachman In the pandemic era,  @AmericanAir  sees the young and invincible flocking to its super-cheap Basic Economy fares.

Video Picks:

How a ‘COVID 19 passport’ could be the future of air travel

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