Published on November 27th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/11/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection

Certificate Program in Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 November

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 November

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 23 November

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 23 November

North American Newsletter 23 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:

N118NC Embraer 190 c/n 19000118 Nordic Aviation Capital Registered at Tuscan 02/11/20 ex C-FMZU.

N544LA Boeing 767- 316(F) c/n 29227 Cargo Aircraft Management Ferried Tel Aviv-Shannon-Toronto Hamilton 03/4-11/20 for CargoJet Airways.

N392AN Boeing 767- 323(F) c/n 29429 Cargo Aircraft Management Ferried Tel Aviv-Shannon-Cincinnati 02/3-11/20.

OE-LOA Airbus A320-232 c/n 3147 Laudamotion Ferried Dusseldorf-London Stansted 20/10/20.

OE-LOM Airbus A320-232 c/n 2984 Laudamotion Ferried Dusseldorf-Vienna 20/10/20 prior storage.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus supersalesman blames engines for A380 failure 
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Canary Islands confirms PCR test requirement for visitors
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Emirates sees spike in UK passenger bookings
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How Emirates SkyCargo is helping Catch of Norway deliver fresh fish to India
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Support for MAX brand wavers as Boeing jet nears green light
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The Pandemic Is Forcing Big Airlines To Make Profound, Long-Lasting Decisions About Their Fleets
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Turkish Airlines to Bogota and Panama City had 90% seat factor in 2019
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Virgin Atlantic Cargo introduces Pharma Secure service to help carry Covid-19 vaccines
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Wizz Air CEO: “a third of our network is brand-new”
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Irish Aviation News:

Air Traffic Down 63.3% in October – IAA
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Bobby Kerr experiences XJ simulator (Boeing 737-800) with Simtech Aviation

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce is facing backlash online for his move to mandate a coronavirus vaccination for all travellers wishing to board international flights
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Ryanair Further Extends The Waiving Of Flight Change Fee For All December And January Bookings
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Ryanair – some state aid is “blatant discrimination”
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Stobart Group continues to target exit from Stobart Air after Aer Lingus decision
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Trillion dollar Los Angeles mutual fund buys nearly €30 million worth of Ryanair shares
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WH Smith commits to Cork, Dublin and Shannon airport shops despite Covid damage
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Willie Walsh accepts IATA DG role
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Tweet Picks:

@HardeepSPuri More than 2 crore domestic passengers have now travelled since recommencement of domestic aviation operations on 25 May 2020. 2,26,796 passengers on 1,831 flights on 21 Nov is the highest since operations resumed. Airplane Total flight movements 3,667. Airplane Footfalls at airports 4,53,948.

@jonostrower American will be the first airline to fly the 737 Max again. The company’s CFO said its Boeing settlement means “every aircraft we take is going to be a significantly cash positive impact to the airline, so we want to take those aircraft as we go forward.”

@juliejohnsson Why @Delta  is basing its new @Airbus jets in far-flung spots like Amsterdam, Tokyo and El Salvador: to sidestep potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in Trump Administration tariffs.

@lesliejosephs American Airlines’ chief revenue officer Vasu Raja says a major indicator of air travel bookings is whether people are spending in full-service restaurants. “…within a few days after that people start spending on air travel” $AAL.

@nialldowney Hopefully we can continue to persuade healthcare that aviation has something useful to offer. There are lots of relevant, transferable skills that can transform patient safety and improve outcomes for patients, staff and management alike. A rare win/win/win situation..!!.

Video Picks:

Airline Lobby IATA Building a Covid ‘Travel Pass’ to Spur Flights

American Airlines rerouting its Boeing 777-300ER’s to Orlando

Eddie Wilson we need to reset our minds regarding international travel

Hawaiian Airlines CEO on pre-flight Covid-19 tests

KLM CEO: Passenger traffic recovery will be led by intercontinental travel demand

Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary says travellers should be tested before flight, not after


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