Published on October 28th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/10/2020

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-LRD Airbus A321-253NX Aer Lingus Returns to Service

HiSky defers indefinitely launch of new Chisinau-Dublin route

United Airlines Defers launch of new San Francisco – Dublin to Summer 2021

Aircraft Update:

A7-ACQ Airbus A330-202 c/n 638 Qatar Airways Air Test at Doha 16/10/20 ex EI-GGR.

A7-BEB Boeing 777-3DZ c/n 43215 Qatar Airways Ferried Doha-Shannon 25/10/20 for painting into FIFA World Cup 2022 livery.

EI-DAJ Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33548 Ryanair Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Astana International  26/10/20 prior freighter conversion.

EI-DEA Airbus A320-214 c/n 2191 Aer Lingus Parked at Dublin 24/10/20 for Allegiant Air.

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic to Maintain Essential Connectivity for the Baltics During Winter
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Australia’s Qantas Airways takes $71 million profit hit from state border closures
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Breeze Airways could prove well positioned when air travel recovers
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Delta – WestJet Application for Antitrust Immunity Order to Show Cause
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Flair Airlines plans to grow to 50 planes
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Greggs and Waitrose set to battle for British Airways inflight meals as airline drops M&S
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Heston Aviation Launches Heston Airlines
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Mexico’s Volaris expects to be at 90% of 2019 capacity level by 2020 4Q
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New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) now has pre-departure COVID-19 testing for those taking international departures

Parental Support for Chinese Lessors Offsets Negative Impact from Aircraft Leasing Sector

Southwest Airlines to start unblocking middle seats for holiday travel
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Irish Aviation News:

Bombardier to complete sale of Belfast operations to Spirit AeroSystems for reduced price
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Commission for Aviation Regulation – Dublin Airport Draft Decision- Interim Review of the 2019 Determination
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Harmonised EU pre-departure testing protocol for travel should be ready ‘within weeks’, committee told

Ryanair Announces 17 New Weekly Flights From Bari This Winter
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Ryanair announces travel corridor UK – Canary Islands after Government removes holiday spot from red list
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UHG helipad costs are sky high
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Virgin’s new plan will up our market share, predicts Joyce
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Tweet Picks:

@British_Airways We are thrilled to confirm two of our much loved 747s have found new homes. G-CIVB will be permanently retired at Cotswold Airport and will be open to the public from Spring 21. Whilst G-CIVW will start a new life at Dunsfold Aerodrome, available for training and filming.

@GulfstreamAero #NEWS: The fifth #G700 has taken to the skies. The test aircraft reached Mach 0.935, surpassing its maximum certified operating speed on its first flight. #AviationElevated #ArtOfExcellence.

@lesliejosephs American Airlines is planning to let customers tour the 737 MAX at several US airports next month and hold calls w travelers and pilots. FAA hasn’t cleared the plane yet but American is the most outwardly optimistic of the US carriers.

@MaryBKirby As US start-up Breeze Airways quietly hones its route network plan, the ultra low-cost carrier is factoring in the anticipated pent up demand of younger leisure travelers who may play a pivotal role in leading industry recovery. #PaxEx

@roscatha .@hse seek a company to provide Emergency Air Ambulance Service to transfer patients within Ireland and abroad due to

@IrishAirCorps @IrishCoastGuard  limitations on night ops. ‘The entire provision of the service would be the remit of the service provider’.

Video Picks:

Finnair Launches ‘A Taste of Finnair’ In Supermarkets

How airline food services are adjusting to COVID-19

Non essential travel now allowed; airlines not expecting passenger rush

Qantas to fly new routes for cheaper when travel reopens

Top-ranked airlines analyst on airlines and fiscal stimulus


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