Published on October 5th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/10/2020

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

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 28 September

North American Newsletter 28 September

Aircraft Update:

N304AV Airbus A320-214 c/n 3044 Avolon Re-Registered 30/09/20 Parked at Tuscan ex XA-RBA.

OE-IAS Airbus A320-232 c/n 3357 Avolon Ferried Jakarta-Guam-Honolulu-Tucson 01-02/10/20 ex VT-INP.

9H-LOY Airbus A320-232 c/n 2161 Lauda Europe Registered at Vienna 01/10/20 on transfer ex OE-LOY.

Global Aviation News:

British Airways increases October schedule to more short- and long-haul destinations
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Condor to Exit German Protective Shield Proceedings as Healthy Company in November
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European regulators propose extending temporary state aid exemptions
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How the invisible hand of the government saved Aegean Airlines
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LOT Polish may lead new airline for Poland, Czech, Hungary, & Slovakia
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Political disputes delay the launch of the new Alitalia
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Pressure Intensifies to Drop Quarantines in Favour of EU-wide Passenger Testing Protocol
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‘Spark Air’ plans 2021 launch in Sri Lanka
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Irish Aviation News:

Aircastle Moves its Fiscal Year-End to Better Coordinate with Parent Company Financial Reporting
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ASL Airlines Ireland due to take delivery of five ATR 72-600F aircraft 
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Bluesky Creates National Tree Map for Ireland
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Mayors meet to discuss future of Shannon Airport
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Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath ‘We will do all we can to keep airlines in Cork Airport’
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Ryanair says priority is current Boeing 737 MAX order
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Ryanair to operate on ten lines to Croatia in October
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Shannon’s Aer Lingus transatlantic routes to be maintained
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Transport Minister Eamon Ryan confirms Shannon Airport not going back to DAA
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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineGeeks After its five-year absence at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, United Airlines has plans to resume flights from what is one of the busiest airports in the U.S. Flights could begin as early as the beginning of 2021.

@BernieBaldwin LCCs have advantage over FSCs because of latter needing corporate travel & long-haul ops. LCCs also benefit where there is a strong domestic market like Turkey. Pegasus almost back to 100% capacity within Turkey, says @flymepegasus  COO Guliz Ozturk at #AviationFest.

@BernieBaldwin “@wizzair hungary took 15 years to get to 100 aircraft and I believe Wizz Air Abu Dhabi can do the same,” remarks CEO Varadi about the upcoming operation in the Middle East. #AviationFest.

@BernieBaldwin “787 product had just been rolled out [when pandemic hit] and were getting great response in UK, France and Spain,” @WestJet COO Jeff Martin reports to #AviationFest. “Meanwhile, still seeing strong demand from Mexico. Now publishing a flight schedule every month.”

@marklenahan Frank/Etihad – As passengers come back we want to expand to rest of travel ecosystem – transport, activities, hotels, etc. After the pandemic being able to offer choice and flexibility and expand the play beyond flight would be opportunity for airlines to tap into. #Aviationfest.

Video Picks:

Boeing 737 Max gets first test flight since grounding

Boeing likely won’t clear 737 Max inventory until 2023: Jefferies analyst

FAA Chief Pilots Test Flight of Boeing’s Revised 737 Max in Seattle

P.G.I.A. Reopens with Singular American Airlines Flight

The Big Business Of Fighter Jets


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