Published on November 4th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/11/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insights – Current Global Aviation & Macro Economic Trends

Job Vacancy: AVP/VP Commercial Lease Management:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 November

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 November

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 3 November

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 3 November

North American Newsletter 3 November

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:

EI-FXJ ATR72-202(F) c/n 396  ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Shannon-Keflavik-YFB-YTH-YEG 02/03/11/20 on delivery to Morningstar Air Express.

EI-GFX Airbus A330-202 c/n 571 WTSP Registered at Teugel 29/10/20 ex A7-ACP.

EI-RJN RJ85 c/n 2351 Cityjet Moved to Norwich museum-site 30/10/20 for preservation in all white colours.

Global Aviation News:

Abu Dhabi Poured Billions Into Etihad Airways Before Pandemic
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Air France-KLM rejects talk of breakup
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Blue Air Announces Flights to London Heathrow
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Fitch Affirms Wizz Air at ‘BBB-‘; Outlook Negative
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Flair Airlines’ new CEO bullish on ULCC model in Canada
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North Atlantic collapse is crippling to Europe’s airlines
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Norway aviation: Wizz Air would, Braathen would. Norwegian wouldn’t
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Strong air freight demand fighting tight capacity, pushing rates higher
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus hoping for ‘robust’ new flight schedule from April
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Aer Lingus Regional’s 1.9 million seats – Emerald to face Stobart for franchise?
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AFTA & the Airline Pilot Club (APC) announce new partnership
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Nphet ‘frightening the life out of our young people’ – Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson
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Ryanair looks beyond hard winter towards 737 Max arrival
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Six West restructures to focus solely on expanding its footprint within the global aircraft leasing industry
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Tweet Picks:

@PeterVoinovich This September  @airserbia set a record flying to JFK’s Terminal 4 with 67% occupancy. Serbian national airline shares the no. 1 spot in this category on T4 with @KLM.

@SEA_kauffman 747-8Fs will continue to fly for the next 20+ years, and younger 747-400Fs for the next 15-20 years notes Michael Steen, but the 777F and 777-300ERSF aren’t replacements. “There is a vacuum in the market, and a requirement for a -8F replacement in some shape or form.#CargoFacts20.

@theaircurrent For the first time, Comac airplanes are steering Boeing’s long term estimates about the size and scope of the Chinese airliner market.

@theaircurrent Last week @WSJ  reported that Boeing is floating a new 200 to 250-seat single-aisle concept, but its most important customer, Southwest Airlines, is looking at new airplanes with 150 seats.

@TheWoracle Travel electric – @tecnam announces partnership with @RollsRoyce  and “North American and European airlines ” to develop the P-Volt, all-electric version of the 11-seat P2012 Traveller – twin electric  motors and battery pack under the fuselage – (@CapeAir operates the P2012).

Video Picks:

Just 20 cases in 14 day reporting cycle originate abroad – DAA CEO Dalton Philips

Ryanair CEO: Expect strong ‘snapback’ of air travel when Covid-19 threat recedes

Ryanair projections are down to 38m passengers with more risk to downside

Ryanair Sees `Risk to the Downside’ With New Travel Curbs

Want to Fly a Plane? Thai Airways Opens Simulators to Public


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