Published on November 12th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/11/2020

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

Ethiopian Airlines Dash 8-400’s transit Dublin Airport on delivery

Qatar Airways activates Boeing 787-9 fleet on cargo-only flights on Dublin route

Aircraft Update:

EI-GTH Embraer 190 c/n 19000560 BA CityFlyer Delivered Guangzhou-Colombo International-Dubai-Cairo-Amsterdam-Warsaw 04/11/20 to become G-LCAG.

VT-SYG Boeing 737-8BK c/n 34798 SpiceJet Ferried Delhi-Trabzon-Shannon 05/6-11/20.

VT-SYM Boeing 737-8BK c/n 29685 SpiceJet Ferried Delhi-Trabzon-Shannon 05/6-11/20.

Global Aviation News:

How SpiceJet is relearning to fly
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Pontifications: Certification timing may push EIS for 777X
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Qatar Airways Boeing 787-9s Are Finally Flying
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Statement by Minister Garneau on measures to protect Canadians from the impacts of COVID-19 on the air travel sector
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Sunwing returns to responsible travel, first flights since March take off
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United Announces Return to New York’s JFK Airport
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Vueling vinyls spectacular landscapes on EC-NIX Airbus A320neo #VisitTenerife
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What’s next for airlines now that Joe Biden is president-elect of the US
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Why Berlin’s Tegel Airport was so innovative — and now outdated
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap cancels nine more MAX orders, confident on air travel recovery
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AerCap Holdings N.V. Reports Financial Results for the Third Quarter 2020
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CDB Aviation Issues $500 Million of Senior Unsecured Notes Under $3 Billion Medium Term Note Program
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daa Welcomes Support Package For Irish Aviation Sector
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Dublin Airport Passenger Numbers Down 91% In October
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Ryanair Calls On Minister Ryan To Extend Airport Rebate Scheme In Line With Aviation Task Force Recommendation
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Simtech Aviation’s new €10m ATR 72-600 receives Level D certification by IAA
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Shannon Group welcomes funding announcement for Shannon Airport
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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho JAL is increasing its focus on widebody LCC (again, like ANA). JAL’s Zipair will “aim for steady growth as demand recovers.” Four more planes to be added (flying two 787s now), and more growth to be considered.

@ByERussell Air Canada’s partnership with United “will be important” as it cautiously builds back its transborder network post-COVID, says Air Canada commercial chief Lucie Guillemette. Nothing on a possible transborder JV.

@ByERussell “We expect there to be an airworthiness directive issued this year” but do not expect the MAX to fly to or in Canada until early 2021, says Air Canada CEO Rovinescu.

@PPaulCharles Very encouraging news from @grantshapps that #quarantine from high-risk zones will be reduced by at least 50% in December, possibly to just 5 days plus test. This will have a major impact on confidence to book and travel, and help to reignite the sector quickly. @ThePCAgency.

@R_Wall Ryanair sees Boeing 737 MAX 8 to return to service in North America toward the end of November/early December. Sees its MAX 200s ready for delivery ‘maybe in late January or early February.’

Video Picks:

Airlines expecting a spike in travelers this Thanksgiving

Airlines Offer Mega Deals on Air Miles During Covid-19

Airlines surge double digits, do prices make sense? TSA data tells powerful story

Airlines Start To Prepare For Holiday Travel Season

United Private Screening℠ – November 2020 Features


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