Published on October 22nd, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/10/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Technical Records Review :

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 October

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 October

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 21 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 21 October

North American Newsletter 21 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:

9H-LAJ Airbus A320-232 c/n 2288 Lauda Europe Registered 08/10/20 at Vienna on transfer ex OE-LOJ.

9H-LOP Airbus A320-232 c/n 1566 Lauda Europe Registered 08/10/20 at Vienna on transfer ex OE-LOP.

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

9H-LOW Airbus A320-232 c/n 2552 Lauda Europe Registered 16/10/20 at Vienna on transfer ex OE-LOW.

Global Aviation News:

Abu Dhabi interview: 40 routes identified for Wizz Air in first four years
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Emirates expands reach in Southern Africa via interline agreement with Airlink
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International call for a blending mandate of sustainable aviation fuels
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Japan Air Commuter and Hokkaido Air System to join oneworld as Japan Airlines affiliates
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Latvian government ready to keep financing airBaltic with no limit in sight
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LOT Polish Airlines applied for state aid – MAP
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Malta Government requests state aid for national airline
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Wizz Air’s most profitable airports revealed using RDC’s Apex platform
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Irish Aviation News:

A controller without aircraft is like a border collie without sheep
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Airstrip is the Answer for Homeless Cleggan Coast Guard, Says TD
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Global Recognition For Dublin Airport’s COVID-19 Safety Measures
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Traffic light system for Covid detection to operate at Irish airports in November
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Turbulence at the top as Cork man takes the controls at British Airways
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Tweet Picks:

@AusBT Exit the Dragon: Cathay Pacific is expected to drop its Cathay Dragon brand and take over the regional airline’s routes, fleet and staff (similar to what Singapore Airlines is doing with SIlkAir).

@CamWallace Replying to @Jamie_Freed Fare structures per market are sensitive to the customer segments who fly. The Tasman market is primarily leisure travel in both directions and therefore it’s appropriate to have a twin brand strategy or an unbundled approach.

@TheAviationBeat Delta appears to be taking delivery of five (!) Airbus A220s this week including their first two A220-300s. Airbus clearing inventory.

@WandrMe Air Canada launches all-premium Jetz flights for winter leisure travel.

@WandrMe Next up for Eastern: Santo Domingo! The carrier applied to the FAA for rights to operate from JFK and PHL to SDQ this winter. The JFK flight times are brutal, but the company is not being shy about planning for a rebound in traffic as the weather turns colder.

Video Picks:

Ottawa taking stake in airlines better than seeing industry collapse

Qatar Airways Now flying to more than 100 destinations

UGANDA AIRLINES BOOST: New larger long-haul planes expected soon

United – A Virtual Field Trip with Captain Brian Jackson


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