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Published on November 14th, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 14/11/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

 
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 November: http://bit.ly/2B0z1yb
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 Novemberhttp://bit.ly/2T4QPz2
 
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 Novemberhttp://bit.ly/2QAyt7n
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12 November: http://bit.ly/2PqnkJI
 
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 Novemberhttp://bit.ly/2T4y3Yu
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
 
Ryanair fleet expands to 449 Boeing 737-800 aircrafthttp://bit.ly/2JVuQXe
Ryanair Sun embarks on ambitious fleet expansionhttp://bit.ly/2OE1Qnz
 
Aircraft Update:
OE-IHS Airbus A321-231N c/n 8318 Celestial Aviation Ferried Malta-Woensdrecht 12/11/18 ex OY-PAF.
OE-IHV Airbus A321-231N c/n 8145 Celestial Aviation Ferried Malta-Woensdrecht 13/11/18 ex OY-PAA.
5B-DCV Airbus A319-132 c/n 2032 Avolon Ferried Larnaca-Shannon 10/11/18 in Cobalt Air colours.
Global Aviation News:
 
Austrian Airlines Expands Fleet at the Vienna Flight Hub
Berlin’s Brandenburg airport: opportunity in a long haul vacuum
Brexit and fuel costs force airline Flybe to put itself up for sale
Ethiopian Takes Delivery of Its 8th Freighter
Jet Airways’ board accelerates turnaround strategy
 
New wing being designed for the Sukhoi Superjet
 
Small Airlines Stall on High Fuel Costs
 
SWISS and Helvetic Airways expand their collaboration
Tourism could have grown more if travelling cost kept low, says Fernandes
 
Why air service is so crucial for small cities
Irish Aviation News:
 
ATR 42/72 Approval granted to Atlantic Aviation Group CAMO and Technical Services
 
CDB Aviation Takes Delivery of Its 100th A320 Family Aircraft from Airbus
FPG Amentum and FPG arrange the acquisition of an A320-200 on lease to ANA Holdings
ORIX Aviation Announces Key Leadership Changes
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says Asia Pacific is a ‘huge growth opportunity’ for the airline
Ryanair in talks over Zagreb and Split flights
Tweet Picks: 
@ByRosenberg SeaTac is going to start allowing non-passengers to go through security to see off/greet their loved ones at the gate for the first time since the practice was suspended after 9/11. Follows similar program in Pittsburgh. Just a small pilot program to start
@e_russell American drops new Philadelphia-Mexico City route, less than a month after citing pricing weakness to Mexico.
@e_russell “This is the beginning of the end, I think, of cheap transatlantic flying.” – @AirlineFlyer on the end of Wow Air.
@e_russell The US DOT has denied American’s request to remove gateway restrictions on all Havana flights, saying such a move would “undermine [its] public interest determinations”.
@ghimlay .@azulinhasaereas could have received its delayed A330neos in late January 2019, but that didn’t coincide with peak travel season so the airline pushed them out further to May/June 2019 timeframe, says chief revenue officer.
Video Picks:
 
Airbus A330-800 performs its first flight
Boeing CEO: China is very important to us
First True Combined Vision System on our Global 5500 and Global 6500 Aircraft
Timelapse of the special airBaltic Airbus A220-300 livery honoring Latvia
UPS Airlines 30th Anniversary: UPS Moves Beluga Whales

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