Published on September 18th, 2020 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/09/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Technical Records Review (During Lease Term & Lease Transition)

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 September

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 September

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 14 September

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 14 September

North American Newsletter 14 September

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

GainJet Ireland gains another Gulfstream G550

SONAS Aviation rebrands as ACASS Ireland adds second Challenger 605

Aircraft Update:

N142AR Embraer 190AR c/n 19000142 Nordic Aviation Capital Registered 09/09/20 Parked at Tuscan.

N547CC Boeing 737-8AS(F) c/n 33544 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Registered 16/09/20 prior re-delivery ex PVG in Prime Air colours to become EI-DAD.

SE-DYC Airbus A320-251N c/n 7897 SAS Airlines Registered 14/09/20 at Copenhagen on transfer ex EI-SIA.

Global Aviation News:

Abu Dhabi’s two new airlines are aiming big with hyper-competitive ticket rates
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Air Europa expects to return to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic in October with weekly flight
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British Airways to rival Virgin on Lahore route
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Cargo flights from Philly are ramping up during the pandemic
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French Bee eyes arrival of A350-1000s, as pandemic fails to dent optimism
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Icelandair joins Worldwide by easyJet
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IMF urges transparency over Air Serbia’s coronavirus aid
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Inside Bengaluru Airport:  More people are flying again
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Jetstar returns to the skies in New Zealand
Read more: founder set to establish brand new Uber-inspired South African airline
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus among others are anxious to restart their MCO flight operations states the airport letter sent to the Department of Homeland Security
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Air Malta Sign A320 C-Check Agreement with Dublin Aerospace
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Armac Systems Announces Management Buyout
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Duty free changes ‘hammer blow’ to north’s airports
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Eastern Airways increases Teesside – Belfast City service from Oct 2020
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High Court will rule on Ryanair’s challenge to the State’s travel advice next month
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Ireland tightens COVID-19 travel restrictions, angering airlines
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Ryanair to place Max order by year-end, predicts Davy
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Six West joins the Jersey Aircraft Registry

Tweet Picks:

@gary_kelly At Southwest, we’re all about continuing to spread joy and laughter, even in these trying times. That’s why today we are revitalizing our #WannaGetAway ad campaign to provide that familiar Southwest humor and a reminder that your well-deserved getaway is only a few clicks away.

@SpaethFlies As air cargo booms, @Lufthansa_Cargo  will keep 3 #MD11 until early summer 2021 to take “windfall business” says @lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr, the other six are due to be phased out soon #avgeek.

@SpaethFlies .@lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr now: “We are negotiating with @Airbus about speeding up #A350 deliveries that we would lease, but only with the new Business Class product on board” #PaxEx #avgeek.

@SpaethFlies “It is realistic now to expect delivery of our @BoeingAirplanes  #777X in the second quarter of 2022”, says @lufthansa  CEO Carsten Spohr #avgeek.

@SpaethFlies “We are looking at phasing out @_austrian  #Boeing777 or #Boeing767, if at all and how many, as these are aircraft that don’t have a future”, says @lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr #avgeek.

Video Picks:

‘Airlines are financially stressed due to COVID-19 and need support’, says Praful Patel

Airlines start to fly from Shamshabad airport – TV9

Alaska Airlines offers buy-one-get-one-free deals

Captains of Industry: RwandAir CEO on COVID-19 impact & embracing the aviation sector’s new normal

GTT Fireside Chat: Air cargo and the airline industry amid the pandemic


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Blogger Irish Aviation Research Institute/ FlI Commercial Aviation News Curator/ Voted 7th in #Avgeek100 2013/ Twitter @IrishAero

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