Published on October 16th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/10/2020

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:

N637SW Boeing 737-3H4(F) c/n 27710 Rostrum Leasing Ferried San Jose-Victorville 11/10/20 after cargo conversion.

N760BB Boeing 737-86N(F) c/n 28608 BBAM Aircraft Leasing Delivered Jian Airport-Seoul  14/10/20 in  basic Meridiana colours ex EI-FNU.

OE-IPF Airbus A320-232 c/n 4247 CIT Aerospace Registered at Tuscan 13/10/20 ex B-HSP.

OE-IPK Airbus A350-941 c/n  226 Avolon Aerospace Registered at Teruel 12/10/20 ex ZS-SDC.

VT-IED Airbus A320-232 c/n 4345 FlyOne Ferried Jakarta-Delhi-Doha-Istanbul-Shannon 09-10/10/20 to become ER-.

Global Aviation News:

Air Arabia set to resume flights as RAK Int’l eyes pre-coronavirus capacity levels
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As Q3 Ends, United Airlines Shifts from Surviving the COVID-19 Crisis to Positioning to Lead the Rebound
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Departing Royal Jordanian CEO sees more airline consolidation with regional travel set for faster recovery
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Lessors to Take Growing Share of Fleeting the Future
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Norwegian Air UK delays service resumption to March 2021
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Outbreaks, Travel Limits to Delay Global Air Traffic Recovery

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Resuming Boeing 737 MAX deliveries
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SKY express is entering a new era, changing the aviation landscape in Greece
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Singapore Airlines’ A380 pop-up restaurant tickets sell out in 30 minutes
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TRANSCOM/AMC Commercial Aircraft Cabin Aerosol Dispersion Tests
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus has paid €710m in dividends since buyout by IAG
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Aer Lingus reviewing Cork and Shannon bases as Ryanair pulls out for the winter

Airlines Operating And Return To Service Dates At Dublin Airport
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Angela Fleming features in the Law Society Gazette Ireland
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Committee on Transport and Communications Networks to meet to discuss Aviation
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Outcome of Consultation on 2019 Actual Costs and Intended 2021 Unit Rates of Air Navigation Services in Ireland
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Ryanair to close Cork and Shannon bases for the winter
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Tweet Picks:

@airwaysmagazine #NEWS | As part of Malaysia Aviation Group’s (MAG) long-term business restructuring plan, subsidiary Firefly (FY) will start operations from the first quarter of 2021. According to the airline, it hopes next year will bring a post-COVID-19 environment.

@ByERussell United does not plan to bring back the  #737MAX until at the earliest early-2021, says Nocella. $UAL.

@ByERussell United plans ‘aggressive’ competition on transcons when it returns to New York JFK.

@ByERussell “We have historically been boxed out of places where we want to be bigger or we want to fly,” said Spirit CEO Ted Christie. JetBlue, Southwest and Spirit are among airlines using the COVID crisis to muscle their way into some big airports.

@CamWallace_NZ Sad to see the @VirginAustralia CEO depart. The @FlyAirNZ  relationship across the Tasman with VA has had its moments (maybe an understatement) but Paul has been a great bloke to deal with since his arrival at the airline. @andykirton.

Video Picks:

Holiday travel expected to rebound somewhat after weak year

Oaktree’s Howard Marks Says Bankruptcies Could Be Healthy for Airlines

Oireachtas Transport Committee October 14 2020 full hearing

‘Testing will allow Ireland reconnect with the world’ – Dublin Airport CEO Dalton Phillips

United CEO: We’re hopeful we can get back to cashflow positive in 2021


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