Published on October 15th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/10/2020

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:

OE-ILS Boeing 777-36N c/n 32788 GECAS Ferried Dubai-Ciudad Real 06/10/20 ex A6-EBE.

OE-IPJ Airbus A320-232 c/n 6007 GECAS Registered 30/09/20 Parked at Ljubljana ex ZS-SRD.

SE-RPB Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39021 Norwegian Air Sweden Ferried Bergen-Dublin 05/10/20 on return to lessor.

Global Aviation News:

Air New Zealand Appoints Leanne Geraghty as Chief Customer and Sales Officer

ATSG 767 Freighter Deployments Expand into Africa, Mexico, and Southeast Asia
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Boeing 747-400s: top airlines and routes in this decade
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Delhi’s top-20 international routes had 7.5 million P2P passengers in 2019
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European airlines push for better COVID plan
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Lakeland positioned to become new gateway to central FloridaRead more:

Neos Air to Acquire Two Boeing 787-9 from Norwegian Air 
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Southwest Airlines Collaborating with Stanford University School of Medicine
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap: A Once-In-A-Lifetime Opportunity
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Belfast City Airport Restores Connectivity Between Northern Ireland and Wales with Cardiff Service
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Belfast International Airport moves ahead with security expansion as passenger levels slowly recover in August
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Irish and Trans-Atlantic air traffic down 57% in nine months
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Minister Eamon Ryan TD, Minister for Climate Action, Communications Networks and Transport, appearance at the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport
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Pat Byrne, CityJet: Aviation sector ‘still being short-changed’
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Publication of the Commission for Aviation Regulation Annual Report 2019
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Ryanair expands Turin network in late-Oct 2020
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“When Was The First Time You Heard The Words Covid-19?” – Interview with Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson

Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho Qantas CEO Joyce says the first phase of the travel bubble is “the best news the industry has had in months … it means we’ll be able to get more planes back in the sky and more of our people back to work.” Notes NZ was Australia’s 2nd largest source of inbound travellers pre-COVID.

@CAPA_Aviation CAPA’s Data & Product Director Sharon Dai: In the recent National Day holiday period, China pax. numbers recovered to 91% of 2019 levels. Load factor reached 78.6%, down from 84.9% in 2019, suggesting that demand is still lagging behind capacity investment by airlines. #CAPALive.

@gary_kelly As we continue utilizing a science-based approach to develop procedures to support the well-being of our Customers and Employees, I am pleased to announce a new collaboration between Southwest and the Stanford University School of Medicine.

@Nickycpl We must adapt to living with Covid19. Airlines are now choosing their routes for 2021 based on rapid testing in airlines. Let’s make sure Ireland is on their list. We don’t want to revert to being a “FLY OVER” country.

@timhepher Eurocontrol’s Eamonn Brennan (@eurocontrolDG) explaining on CAPA Live conference (@CAPA_Aviation) why he thinks face-to-face business meetings and air travel will return: “I am Zoomed out, I am Webexed up to here”.

Video Picks:

Airlines have become more investable as more Covid-19 tests become available: J.P. Morgan’s Amoroso

Delta CEO expects to get to cash flow break-even, cash flow positive in the spring

In the Making: MSN10000 delivery to Middle East Airlines

MRO Transatlantic – A Fireside Chat with Robert Isom, President, American Airlines

Virgin Hyperloop and BIAL Announce Ground-Breaking Partnership to Conduct Feasibility Study.


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