Published on October 2nd, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/10/2020

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:

N149CZ Embraer 190 c/n 19000149 Nordic Aviation Capital Registered 28/09/20 Parked at Tuscan ex C-FNAW.

OE-IAI Airbus A321-231 c/n 1356 Avolon Ferried Incheon-Clark International-Guam-Honolulu-San Bernardino 27-30/09/20 ex HL7594.

OE-IMO DHC8-400 c/n 402 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Saarbrücken-Bydgoszcz 29/09/20 ex D-ABQC.

2-TGHD Embraer 145 c/n 14500898 GTLK Europe Ferried Alverca-Malta-Istanbul 29/09/20 by Azur Aviation ex B-3051.

9H-LOI Airbus A320-214 c/n 2994 Lauda Europe Registered 29/09/20 at Vienna on transfer ex OE-LOI.

Global Aviation News:

AEI To Provide Aviation Holdings Iii, Llc With 4th B737-800SF Freighter Conversion

Emirates expands network further with restart of flights to Muscat and Entebbe

Embraer E195s make Vietnam operational debut with Bamboo Airways

Milan Bergamo continues to advance, developing service and product offers

Qatar Airways, Etihad Cargo to compete for COVID-19 vaccine?

Tony Douglas: “the jury’s out” on Etihad Airways Airbus A380 fate

UAE airlines could reach 70-80% of pre-COVID-19 levels as early as November

Ukraine International to restart JFK via KEF using B737-900ERs; the world’s longest 737 route

US CBP Announces Preclearance Expansion
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings N.V. Announces Debt Tender Offers
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Aer Lingus October 2020 operations as of 29SEP20
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CDB Aviation Hires Cronan Enright as Head of Strategy
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Edinburgh Airport strengthens top team with new Aviation Director Kate Sherry ex Ryanair
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Jackson Square Aviation Ireland Announces Delivery Of Three New Airbus A321neo Aircraft To Indigo
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Nippon Cargo Airlines Announces Agreement with ASL Airlines Belgium

Proposed EU traffic light system for air travel ‘is still a bit up in the air’, says TánaisteRead more:

Ryanair resumes routes from Oradea after municipality extends aid to low coster
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Ryanair to resume flights from Serbia’s Nis to Malta, Milan in October
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WTM first as Ryanair and JetBlue CEOs touch down for Q&As at WTM Virtual
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Tweet Picks:

@BernieBaldwin Growth for us is probably going to come where carriers are pulling out of markets. Think @lufthansa will retreat in Germany and reduce capacity, says Dara Brady, Director of Marketing and Digital, @Ryanair at #AviationFest.

@marklenahan Evaluating antigen tests, with top 50 managers in training centre – took 15 minutes for everyone to get results. Agree with IATA, strongly believe in fast antigen testing before boarding  #Aviationfest.

@marklenahan Longer term plan is for LH to pay back government by mid-decade. Cash from operating business but also elements in the portfolio we can sell – MRO, catering, financial services – and airlines can go back to financial markets also.  #Aviationfest.

@marklenahan Timelines: October will see govs accepting antigen tests for pax. Test availability is ramping up – widely available by Q4. Pilot routes in the next few weeks. But to get back to full global network will take until Q2 ‘21. Pandemic won’t go away in a few months. #Aviationfest.

@marklenahan We have globalisation now in terms of money flows, data flows, cargo flows – but people need to travel also. More than just saving this industry, but saving the way we live on this planet. #Aviationfest.

Video Picks:

Alan Joyce Qantas will lose ¢10bn this year

How Emirates Airlines Became Successful

Irish Aviation Industry  – Senator Jerry Buttimer

Sun Country Airlines: We Carry On

Suspending and later restarting an airline like SAA could expensive: Expert


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