Published on September 30th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/09/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Maintenance Reserves Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 September

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 September

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 28 September

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 28 September

North American Newsletter 28 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

South African carrier Airlink represented by AVIAREPS in Ireland

Aircraft Update:

N752AE Airbus A321-251N c/n 7523 AerCap Registered 24/09/20 Parked at Goodyear ex XA-JRM

N756AE Airbus A321-251N c/n 7576 AerCap Registered 24/09/20 Parked at Goodyear ex XA-APO.

N7581 Airbus A321-251N c/n 7581 AerCap Registered 24/09/20 Parked at Goodyear ex XA-APA.

N7939 Airbus A321-251N c/n 7939 AerCap Registered 24/09/20 at Goodyear ex XA-JOE.

Global Aviation News: 

Air France leads tax pushback in climate vs recovery fight
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Air Serbia boosts operations as travel restrictions ease
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EasyJet CEO Says Bailouts Are Distorting The Market
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Emirates expands network further with restart of flights to Muscat and Entebbe
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Health and safety certificates may be the new ‘visas’ that permit air travel, Etihad CEO says
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Transavia has 127 routes + 857 flights in early October
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78% of flybe’s international routes still unserved; Southampton worst hit
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Irish Aviation News:

Donegal Airport suspends flights between Donegal & Glasgow
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Genesis announces Peter O’Byrne to lead new Trading and Portfolio Services team
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Remembering Irish transatlantic pilot and hero Colonel James Fitzmaurice
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Stark Reality for Tourism with 84% Drop in Overseas Arrivals
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Taoiseach pledges to support airlines and airports
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Webinar: The Aviation Rebuild – Learn what makes Ireland a leading hub in the aviation leasing industry 
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Tweet Picks:

@OpenJawTech Discounting prices to drive demand and increase load factors is not what will get passenger flying. It is quarantine rules and government restrictions. @Lufthansa will place emphasis on rapid testing, says CEO Carsten Spohr #AviationFest.

@OpenJawTech Fare discounting in Europe has created unnecessary flying and artificial growth. Covid will accelerate focused, sustainable and responsible industry growth, as well as more efficient airlines says @Lufthansa CEO Spohr #AviationFest.

@OpenJawTech Karen Chan, CEO, @airasia says that Health Screening will remain as an integral part of future travel.  There will be future pandemics. Contactless, digitised travel is here to stay.  Consumer adoption will take time #AviationFest.

@OpenJawTech The issue is not customer’s willingness to travel-it is the unpredictability of introduction and inconsistency of government restrictions says Jozsef Varadi, CEO @wizzair  As soon as restrictions are lifted, customer demand resumes instantly #AviationFest.

@rschuur_aero Liquidation of Air Italy has cost @qatarairways QR -575mln in impairment costs. Another -874mln in expenditures is needed for completing liquidation.

Video Picks:

Etihad Airways: We have received ‘remarkable support’ from Abu Dhabi

Meghalaya: Direct flights from Delhi to Shillong to begin by the end of October 2020

Qantas offers scenic “Joy Flight” over Australia

Rapid Covid Tests Seen as the Way Forward for Airlines: Rome Airport CEO

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary Full Interview with Peston 23.09.20


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