Published on September 21st, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/09/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection Course

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:

European Aviation Wellbeing Committee (EAWC) and BeFit2Fly Ltd Announce Strategic Partnership:

GainJet Ireland gains another Gulfstream G550
SONAS Aviation rebrands as ACASS Ireland adds second Challenger 605

Aircraft Update:

EI-GTJ Airbus A320-232 c/n 4132 Aircastle Ferried HYD-CAI-Shannon 18/09/20 In all white colours ex VT-IGL.

OE-LMT Airbus A320-214 c/n 2656 Laudamotion Registered 17/09/20 Parked at Kula Lumpur ex 9M-AFC.

SE-RPA Boeing 737-8JP c/n 42286 Norwegian Air Sweden Ferried Bergen-Dublin 17/09/20 prior return to lessor.

9H-LMJ Airbus A320-214 c/n 5140 Laudamotion Registered 17/09/20 at Vienna on transfer ex OE-LMJ.

Global Aviation News:

AerSale Agrees to Acquire 24 Boeing 757-200 Passenger Aircraft and Spare Engines Stored at its Roswell, New Mexico Airport Facilities
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Alitalia leaves Malpensa Airport after 70 years
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A Tui Boeing 737 Max took to the skies in Europe
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GoAir to upgrade 20 engines in A320neo aircraft despite three-month extension
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Infrastructure Ministry looking for opportunity to provide state support to Ukrainian airlines
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Lufthansa adds 13 routes from Frankfurt for S21; 11 are brand-new
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Lufthansa may speed Airbus A350 deliveries with new business class
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Pilots criticise Lufthansa for its push against Condor and Tui
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Rossiya to Receive Ex-British Airways Boeing 747-400s
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Executing On The Muddle Through Plan
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Aer Lingus Expresses Concern Over Ireland’s Green List Update
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Joint chambers meet with Ministers Ryan and Naughton on Shannon Airport
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Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath highlights importance of retaining Ryanair flights at Cork Airport 
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Ryanair Cuts Capacity In October By Another 20% As Failed Irish And EU Govt Travel Restrictions Damage Bookings
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Ryanair’s €850 Million Bond Offering
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Sky Leasing Announces Sale & Lease back For (2) A321-200Neo Aircraft With Hawaiian Airlines
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Wizzair Expands: Ryanair fights back war in Italy
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Tweet Picks:

@David_Slotnick United CEO Scott Kirby at @politico Live event: “I think the airline industry will be the ‘first in, last out,” in terms of the COVID-19 crisis.

@justinbachman NEWS: @United and Boeing have been studying the movement of simulated virus particles aboard the $UAL fleet to gather data on transmission risks, spurred by the DOD’s need to safely transport US troops.

@JuneyaoE With the success control of the pandemic domestically, Juneyao Air has operated more that 17,000 flights for the past two-month summer vacation – reaching 90% of the capacity comparing to last year. Over 2.5M passengers have travelled to various domestic destinations on Juneyao.

@ReutersBiz Southwest Airlines said it temporarily grounded 130 Boeing 737-800 aircraft after it discovered discrepancies in aircraft weight data.

@TheAviationBeat Not your typical delivery flights for these Delta A350s. With a 15% tariff on Euro assembled Airbus aircraft, Delta will “base” these aircraft outside of the United States until a later date to avoid tariffs. 

Video Picks:

COVID-19 epicentre Wuhan re-opens for International flights

How United Airlines says it keeps cabins COVID-free l GMA

JetBlue CEO discusses when travel demand will return

SA Express workers bid to buy the airline

Sanford airport expansion could mean new airlines, flights


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