Published on November 30th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/11/2020

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

Aircraft Update:

G-ECOK DHC8-402 c/n 4230 Donegal Q400 Leasing Ferried Oslo Torp-Keflavik 16/11/20.

OE-LOS Airbus A320-232 c/n 3153 Laudamotion Ferried Dusseldorf-London Stansted 20/10/20.

VP-BMU Airbus A220-300 c/n 55072 GTLK Europe Ferried Enschede-Maastricht 28/10/20 for maintenance prior onward storage.

9H-LOB Airbus A320-214 c/n 2928 Lauda Europe Registered 21/10/20 at Vienna on transfer ex OE-LOB.

9H-LOX Airbus A320-214 c/n 3272 Lauda Europe Registered 21/10/20 at Vienna on transfer ex OE-LOX.

Global Aviation News:

Delta and Alitalia to launch the first ‘quarantine-free’ flights from the U.S. to Europe
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EASA Issues Proposed AD for 737 Max Return to Flight
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easyJet to trial inflight digital retail platform from gategroup
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IAG Cargo Restarts London To South Korea
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International Air Connectivity Crisis Threatens Global Economic Recovery
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JetBlue lands London slots but misses out on LHR
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Natixis, BPCE and J.P. Morgan co-arrange Turkish Airlines’ purchase of two B787-9 aircraft
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Qantas And Jetstar Boost Flights To Sunshine State In Time For Christmas
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Routes and ACI World announce exclusive partnership to support the industry in rebuilding air connectivity
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Stick and rudder not required: How eVTOL aircraft are reshaping automation
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Sky Cana, new Dominican Republic airline receives first Airbus A321 aircraft
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United Begins Flying Pfizer’s Covid-19 Vaccine
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus welcomes easing of travel restrictions between North America and Ireland
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All arrivals into Ireland can now end movement restrictions after five days with a negative Covid-19 test
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Family Calls For Irish Government To Secure Immediate Release Of Aviation Executive From China
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Form 6-K Ryanair Holdings Plc For: Nov 24
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Lack of pilots leaves air corps unable to fill rescue role
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Maples Group Enhances Offering With Irish Owner Trustee Services For Aircraft Assets
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NAC delivered one Embraer E190, MSN 19000187 to Airlink on lease
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NI Executive Confirms Covid Testing Scheme – Similar to England’s New ‘Test and Release’ – is Under Consideration for Holidaymakers
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O’Leary sets optimistic tone for summer 2021
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Traffic light system proposed for non-EU air travel
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Embraer’s “E3, even with improved economics over the current generation turboprops, would find itself in a worse competitive position against re-engined and newly designed jet aircraft than the turboprops before it.”  @miller22.

@OpenJawTech Travelers belonging to a loyalty program enjoy travel and travel more frequently. 25% spent over $6k and 59% took 3+ leisure trips in 2019, over twice as much as those with no memberships, finds Mark Blutstein. 

@rafat Southwest is adding Savannah & Sarasota as new cities from Q1 next year, Kelly reveals at Skift Aviation Forum. #skiftforum.

@sean_oneill Lentsch at @Delta  says the new Global Cleanliness Team will remain after the pandemic. Parts of the carrier’s approaches to cleanliness are now permanent, he told @BrianSumers at #skiftforum.

@skift There are only a limited number of city pairs where that’s profitable on a regular basis: . @AirleaseCorp  executive chairman Steven Udvar-Hazy on 400 to 500-passenger jets. Cites @Airbus A321 as ideal plane size of the moment. #SkiftForum

Video Picks:

Air France-KLM gears up for vaccine surge

Covid-19 Passports Seen as Key to Resuming International Travel

Hong Kong-Singapore bubble is an ‘important first step’ to rebuild confidence in air travel: Expedia

J.P. Morgan airline analyst: We expect corporate travel to rebound less quickly

KLM Will Need New Financial Measures at Some Point, CEO Says


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