Published on October 12th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/10/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Maintenance Reserves Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 October

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 October

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5 October

North American Newsletter 5 October

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:

EI-ESN Boeing 737-8AS c/n 34991 Avolon Ferried Shannon-Keflavik-Bangor-Tuscan 06/10/20.

G-JEDM DHC8-402 c/n 4077 Norddeutsche Landesbank Ferried EXT-SCN 05/10/20.

G-KKEV DHC8-402 c/n 4201 HEH Aviation Ferried Manchester-NRN 05/10/20 for onward storage

OE-IFK Boeing 747- 4KZF(SCD) c/n 36784 ASL Airlines Belgium Ferried Shannon-Liege 03/10/20 after painting.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus delivers A320 Family MSN10,000 to Middle East Airlines
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Alaska Airlines Closer To Single Fleet Solution
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Big Names In Travel Back CommonPass, New Digital Health Passport to Restart Travel
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CFM LEAP-1A fleet in China recently surpassed the Keycap digit one million engine flight hour milestone
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Consultants’ Corner: why is Italy’s domestic market down by ‘only’ 30%?
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Thayer Ventures to Set Up $175 Million Company to Shop for Travel Acquisitions
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Why Asia Is Still the Future of Travel in a Post-Coronavirus World
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Irish Aviation News:

Air Canada Completes Boeing 737 MAX Sale and Leaseback Transactions with Avolon and Jackson Square Aviation
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Avolon Q3 Business Update
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Bombardier NI reports heavy pre-tax loss for 2019 despite tripling wing production
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Could We See Pre Flight Covid Testing at Dublin And Cork Airport? – DAA CEO Dalton Philips 
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Government convenes first meeting of Hospitality and Tourism Forum
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Ireland planning airport COVID-19 testing to enable travel: minister
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Irish Airport Retailer ARI Extends Global Footprint To Montenegro And Invests Online
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Report: Ryanair negotiating huge 737 Max order with Boeing
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Shannon Group tells Independent TDs airport has been ‘decimated’
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Tweet Picks:

@airkarp Commercial airlines will now be able to fly through the Israel-Jordan corridor, which will significantly shorten flight times from the Gulf states & Asia to destinations in Europe & North America, @RoutesEditor  reports.

@airlinewriter On the debate over whether #airlines should get more federal aid, Cowen’s airline analyst says, “Our view is that without opening states or borders, more aid isn’t helpful.”

@ByERussell “‘Flexibility’ is not a word usually associated with airlines. But it’s commonly heard right now, as resort communities find themselves as valuable to the airlines as the carriers are to the towns.” 

@ByERussell “Southwest is stretching into new places to provide for two needs: desired options for our customers who seek snow or sun, and wide-open spaces… and for our company, critically-needed new business.” 

@jasonblevins @ByERussell Former Northwest Airlines CEO Douglas Steenland has joined the American Airlines board.

Video Picks:

Destinations of Choice -Who Decides? – Olivier Jager ForwardKeys – Phocuswright Europe

Fmr. Spirit Airlines CEO: Investing in airlines is like investing in the economic recovery

Heads we win the government loses, Eddy Wilson on the Ryanair Covid-19 High Court Case

Interview: Qatar Airways’ SVP Western Region, Eric Odone

Lufthansa ‘Hopeful’ Germany-India to Agree on Flight Regime


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