Published on October 19th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/10/2020

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

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

EI-CPG Airbus A321-200 Aer Lingus Positions to Ciudad Real:

EI-CPH Airbus A321-200 Aer Lingus Positions to Ciudad Real

SAS Airlines Ireland EI-SIC Re-Registered as SE-DYM

Aircraft Update:

N424CL Airbus A320-214 c/n 4235 Aircastle Ferried Lake City Gateway Airport-Indianapolis 13/10/20 ex XA-DOS.

SE-DYM Airbus A320-251N c/n 7979 SAS Airlines Registered at Copenhagen 14/10/20 on transfer ex EI-SIC.

9H-LMB Airbus A320-232 c/n 2859 Lauda Europe Registered at Vienna 14/10/20 on transfer ex OE-LMB.

9H-LOW Airbus A320-232 c/n 2252 Lauda Europe Registered at Vienna 16/10/20 on transfer ex OE-LOW.

Global Aviation News:

CoC approves Kalrock Capital-Murari Jalan’s plan to revive Jet Airways
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Delta Air Lines: The Diamond In The Rough Of The Airline Industry
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Emirates rejects the new norm, sees robust recovery
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Former Flybe shareholder Cyrus in talks about reviving collapsed regional airline
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Getting Britain flying again must now be a top priority
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How AirAsia is pivoting from an airline to a unified e-commerce platform powered by technology and data
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Luxaviation Group disrupting European aviation market: first business aircraft operator under EASA European AOC
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Sarajevo Airport seeks airline for two-fleet base from 2021
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SAS takes delivery of its first A321LR using sustainable jet fuel
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United Airlines Holdings, Inc. (UAL) CEO Scott Kirby on Q3 2020 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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U.S. Air Travelers Still -65%, Ticket Prices -25%, A Toxic Mix
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Irish Aviation News:

Amedeo sees mixed fortunes from Thai and Emirates
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Atkins-designed Ryanair Airside office campus completed
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Cork Airport Statement On Ryanair Base Closure For Winter
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Devastating blow for Ireland West Airport as Ryanair cuts winter flight schedule by 80%
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Fly Leasing Closes New $180 Million Term Loan
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Ryanair Holdings – FY 2021 passenger numbers now c.38m as capacity pulled  – Davy Research
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Ryanair to operate just two winter routes from Belfast International Airport
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The Future of Aviation: Exclusive interview with Head of Eurocontrol Eamonn Brennan

Tweet Picks:

@belowmda Just finished NZ103 to SYD, the first flight where arriving passengers don’t have to quarantine upon arrival. The prevailing mood of stoicism at the airport had been replaced by a definite sense of excitement amongst staff and travelers. Long may that trend continue.

@garrettreim General Atomics buys RUAG’s Dornier 228 programme and German MRO business.

@juhahelsinki We @VirginAtlantic  are honoured to launch 2nd and 3rd eastbound route from @manairport this autumn, after our Islamabad route announcement! Now launching non-stop routes to Delhi and Mumbai. Manchester is our home in the north.

@LiveFromALounge Chalo. Waiting for 9W to take wings again, perhaps within the 2 year window of being shut down. There will be a lot of hard work ahead.

@VirginAtlantic We’re delighted to announce the launch of our new services to Delhi and Mumbai from Manchester. We will be flying three times per week to Mumbai from December and twice weekly to Delhi from January, opening up 130,000 more seats between Manchester and India. On sale 20 October

Video Picks:

Air Canada is one of the only major airlines in the world not getting aid: Former Air Canada chair

APEX weekly Wrap: CEO Shuffles and Using Data to Managing Risk Volatility

Australia-New Zealand travel bubble: Teary-eyed reunions as first flight arrives in Sydney

Boeing 737 Max Judged Safe to Fly by European Regulator

Expecting Boeing 737 Max deliveries to start in early 2021, but at a low level: Jefferies aerospace


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