Published on December 1st, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/12/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program Aircraft Mid-Term Lease Inspection

Certificate Program in Aircraft Technical Records Review During Redelivery

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 30 November

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 30 November

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 30 November

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 30 November

North American Newsletter 30 November

Aircraft Update:

A7-ACR Airbus A330-202 c/n 521 Qatar Airways Ferried Doha International-Doha 26/11/20 ex EI-GGP.

C-FTMY ATR72-202(F) c/n 292 Morningstar Air Express Registered at Edmonton International 27/11/20 ex EI-FXJ.

EI-DAH Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33546 GECAS Ferried Glasgow Prestwick-Nursultan Nazarbayev-Shanghai 26-28/11/20 for cargo conversion.

G-TUKG Boeing 737-8KN c/n 29636 TUI Airways Registered at Shannon 26/11/20 prior delivery ex A6-FDG.

Global Aviation News:

AirAsia India plans expansion; set to induct three more Airbus A320 neos by June 2021
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Airlines Face ‘Mission of the Century’ in Shipping Vaccines
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Boeing 737 Max-The Steep Climb To Rebuild Trust
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French government approves support for Corsair, allowing its take-over by consortium of West Indies
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This holiday season, Air France is tripling capacity on its domestic network so that families and friends can be together
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United, American Begin Charter Flights to Deliver Vaccine
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Universal Asset Management Welcomes its First Boeing 777-300ER airframe to Tupelo for Disassembly
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U.S. Airports Screen 5 Million Passengers Ahead of Thanksgiving, a New Record Since Pandemic’s Start
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Irish Aviation News:

Alaska Airlines and Ryanair reiterate support for 737 MAX
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Analysis: Ryanair’s indirect demand
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AXIS Delivers new ATR72-600 full flight simulator to Simtech Aviation 
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Flight prices to NI soar as people make plans to come home for Christmas
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Irish Airlines call for lifting of post-travel quarantine rules 
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NI Economy Minister Diane Dodds proposes new routes from Belfast International Airport to Boston, Doha and New York 
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Retail inMotion to invest in R&D in Dublin in response to changing demands in the aviation industry post Covid-19
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Tweet Picks:

@DUPleader This pandemic has inflicted severe damage on many areas of the economy but aviation has been particularly badly hit.  I had good discussions today with Whitehall ministers regarding a UK wide support strategy for the aerospace sector.

@skift Breeze Airways, set up by JetBlue founder @DavidNeeleman , is one airline to keep an eye on next year, says Skift Airline Weekly senior analyst Jay Shabat #skiftforum.

@SpaethFlies “European airlines can expect to put #737MAX back in service by the end of January 2021”, says @EASA Director Patrick Ky now #AeroDays2020.

@WandrMe Lots of airlines applied for new LHR slots in Summer ’21. Only Shenzhen Airlines secured new slots. Among those shut out: JetBlue, airBaltic, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Vistara, Westjet, S7, Eastern Airlines, China Airlines, EasyJet Europe and more.

@WTM_London “We are keeping the aircraft and pilots current, to ensure we can meet the snapback in travel demand” -Michael O’Leary, CEO, @Ryanair.

Video Picks:

Manchester and Birmingham take off again from Belfast City with Aer Lingus

Singapore Airlines’ Scoot Almost Doubling Capacity: CEO

The view on board United’s “COVID-negative” flight to London

The Virus that killed the Jumbo Jet – BBC Documentary

Travel restrictions increases the pent up demand for people to fly, easyJet CEO says


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