Published on November 19th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/11/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection

Certificate Program in Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 November

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 November

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 16 November

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16 November

North American Newsletter 16 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:

N529AC Boeing 737-8AS c/n 29925 Aircastle Registered 13/11/20 at Jinan Airport during cargo conversion ex OM-GTE.

LN-LNX Boeing 787-9 c/n 38756 Norwegian Ferried Oslo-Dublin 13/11/20 for painting into Neos colours.

SE-RPB Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39021 Transavia France being painted at Dublin 11/11/20.

SE-RRX Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39019 Transavia France being painted at Dublin 11/11/20.

9H-KIA Boeing 767-35H c/n 26389 Luke Air Ferried Rome–Fiumicino-Malta-Miami 13/11/20 in Blue Panorama colours ex EI-DBP.

Global Aviation News:

JetBlue still on track for London 2021 routes
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Nine carriers apply for Ljubljana subsidies
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Point to point airline travel in vogue; hubs will regain strength
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State to recapitalise Croatia Airlines with €46 million
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The man who made flying affordable to millions of Indians
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The Enthusiast’s Perspective: A Look At The Industry 
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The Indian Airline on a $10 Billion Pandemic Shopping Spree
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Virgin Atlantic a ‘willing partner’ if Flybe is revived
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus poised to award regional contract to McCarthy’s Emerald Airlines
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Engine Lease Finance’s Joe O’Brien to retireRead more:

O’Leary to DAA: ‘Cut fees if you want our planes to come back’
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Qantas set to break even, emerge from pandemic stronger says CEO Alan Joyce
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Ryanair Announces Additional Domestic Flights This December, Flying Thousands Of UK Students Ho-Ho-Home For Christmas
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Stobart Group still plans airline exit despite Aer Lingus franchise setback
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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho Korean says the main reason behind the deal is to stabilize the Korean aviation industry. Korean also notes the deal will make it one of the world’s top 10 airlines and help it compete better with the “global mega airlines.” And it will enhance Incheon’s status as a major Asian hub.

@AvWeekScho significant step for Indian airlines as domestic capacity cap is raised to 70% of pre-COVID levels (up from 60%).
@ByERussell If Southwest Airlines is successful with its opportunistic growth, “it would be a prime example how some U.S. companies, taking advantage of the carnage around them, can come out of crises stronger.” via @alyrose.

@lufthansaNews Pilot project started: Lufthansa flights #LH2058 Airplane and #LH2059 with 100% negative tested passengers have been successfully completed this morning in cooperation with @MUC_Airport , @HamburgAirport  and @Centogene, #WeCare.

@R_Wall Why Southwest Airlines is invading rivals’ turf during the pandemic. “It sounds risky to go open a bunch of new cities, but the alternative is worse.” @alyrose.

Video Picks:

Emirates President Tim Clark on Return to Profitability

Miami International Airport Welcomes Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines has landed at the Palm Springs International Airport

Travel bubble is a ‘baby-step’ for global tourism recovery: Airport lounge CEO

United Airlines Kicks Off 1st ‘COVID-Free’ Flight From NY To London


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