Published on November 10th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/11/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insights – Current Global Aviation & Macro Economic Trends

Job Vacancy: AVP/VP Commercial Lease Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 November

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 November

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 9 November

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 9 November

North American Newsletter 9 November

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Cityjet retires RJ85 fleet from service after 22 years in the skies

Delta launches scheduled cargo-only flight between New York JFK and Dublin

Aircraft Update:

EI-DEA Airbus A320-214 c/n 2191 Aer Lingus Painted at Dublin in Allegiant Air colours 07/11/20 to become N290NV.

EI-DEB Airbus A320-214 c/n 2206 Aer Lingus Painted at Dublin in Allegiant Air colours 07/11/20 to become N291NV.

LZ-DAG Airbus A319-132 c/n 2273 DAE Aerospace Ferried Don Mueang International-Dubai World Central-Heraklion-Ireland West Airport Knock 06/7-11/20 for part-out & scrap.

OE-LFE Boeing 757-28A(F) c/n 25622 ASL Airlines Ireland Re-Delivered Seletar-Tbilisi-Liège 08/9-11/20 after full freighter conversion ex N757AS.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus stopped consuming cash in 3Q2020
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British Airways’ A380s now grounded until at least 2021
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Croatia to invest over €132 million in airport development
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FNV Cabine and FNV Luchtvaart have signed the airline’s “commitment clause”
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Iberia Converts first A330 into Freighter to Adapt to Market
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KLM: Final approval of the 3.4 billion loan package by the Dutch state
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Maldives calling, say travel operators
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Melbourne, Florida – EIGHT transatlantic routes, but still no New York
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60% of flights now back in Kolkata airspace
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Irish Aviation News:

Express Covid-19 testing facilities to open at Cork and Shannon airports
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Magnetic MRO signs new CAMO agreement with TrueNoord
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New Aer Lingus chief says rapid testing needed to boost air travel
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No summer for Europe’s big 5 airline groups. Ryanair best positioned
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Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary says Government should not give airlines bailout to survive lockdown – despite rivals’ pleas for further state aid
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Ryanair launches flights on Odesa – Dusseldorf Weeze route
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747 exit boosts sustainability effort: British Airways CEO Sean Doyle
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Relistening to Southwest commercial chief Andrew Watterson’s talk at the Boyd forum in September. His @CVGairport map emphasized Southwest’s hub strategy: serve your hubs (BWI, DEN, HOU, MDW, PHX) and complement them with some big spokes (FLL, MCO, TPA).

@CNBCTV18News Government allows airlines to hike their domestic operations capacity to 70-75% from the current 60%, says the hike will help airlines cater to festival season demand.

@FlySWISS Welcome home HB-JPB. Party popperAirplane Our second Airbus A321neo named “Château-d’Oex” joined our fleet yesterday. The aircraft of the Airbus A32Xneo family are among the most efficient of their kind.

@hjelnaes Norwegian delivers what no other airline in Europe manages, to increase the number of passengers from September to October this year, while Covid-19 wave II strikes, sheer magic, I say!.

@jetairways2020 Revival plan has been submitted to the NCLT… plan includes taking the fleet size back up to 120 aircraft over the next 5 years. #JetRevival.

Video Picks:

airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss completes Airbus A220 type rating

Blue Angels Transition from Legacy Hornets to Super Hornets

Ethiopian Airlines We are proud that we have taken delivery of two brand-new A-350 aircraft on the same day

REX airlines to start flying to capital cities

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary on testing passengers for coronavirus


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