Published on October 14th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/10/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Maintenance Reserves Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 October

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 October

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12 October

North American Newsletter 12 October

Aircraft Update:

N541CC Boeing 737-8AS c/n 29938 GECAS Registered 08/10/20 during cargo conversion at Shanghai ex EI-DAC.

OE-IRZ Airbus A320-214 c/n 1767 Genesis Ireland Aviation Registered at Kaunas 08/10/20 ex VT-IDV.

9H-LON Airbus A320-214 c/n 3048 Lauda Europe Registered at Vienna 07/10/20 on transfer ex OE-LON.

Global Aviation News:

Apollo’s Sun Country to Revive IPO Plans as Soon as Next Year
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China’s civil aviation industry expands recovery
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Dufry and Alibaba Form A Joint Venture in China
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First Flight – Precision Conversions A321-200PC Freighter
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IAG senior management changes
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In key step for potential late-November ungrounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX, FAA details minimum pilot training
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Singapore ‘can’t wait around for a vaccine’ to revive aviation sector, says transport minister
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WingX: Bizjet Activity Reaches 85 Percent of Last Year
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Signed Financing Transactions for approximately $2.2 billion and Leased, Purchased and Sold 44 Aircraft in the Third Quarter 2020
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Belfast City Airport Restores Connectivity Between Northern Ireland and Wales with Cardiff Service
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Conor McCarthy firm buys out Airbus holding
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Irish Air Corps airlifts 3000th patient
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Rapid Covid-19 testing at our airports essential to get Ireland flying again – AerCap CEO Aengus Kelly

Ryanair’s CEO Eddie Wilson on Pat Kenny Show

Ryanair expects Boeing 737 Max jet clearance soon
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Voyager Announces Sale-Leaseback Transaction for 5 A220-300 Aircraft With Breeze Airways
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Airlines expect a post-coronavirus boom in leisure travel, they just don’t know when.

@ByERussell “We really are looking at where people want to go next week.” Where people are buying tickets is the driving determinant of planning Delta’s network on a month-by-month basis, says SVP of network planning Joe Esposito. #BoydCVG.

@HilarieGrey .@Allegiant EVP/CFO Greg Anderson on stage at #BoydCVG highlighting our pandemic strategy and why Allegiant is well-positioned to lead the industry resurgence #leisuretravel #airlines.

@justinbachman @SouthwestAir moving into ORD, IAH and MIA is further proof that #COVID19 has really shuffled all the economics. Airports that can generate cash for airlines–like those three–are critically important. #airlines.

@TSA_Northeast JUST IN: @TSA  officers screened 936,915 individuals at airport checkpoints on Thursday, Oct. 8. It was the fourth time since the pandemic hit that checkpoint volume has topped 900,000 and the first Thursday that it has done so.

Video Picks:

Akbar Al Baker Covid suits some airlines with monopolistic ambitions

Amazon Prime Air: How 30-Minute Drone Delivery Works

British Airways CEO Alex Cruz steps down

Ethiopian Airlines to Start Building a New $5 Billion Mega Airport

Sun Country Airlines CEO Jude Bricker – 1st Tuesday


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