Published on November 19th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/11/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 November:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 November
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 November
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12 November:
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 November
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Fourth Boeing 737 MAX 8 for Ethiopian Airlines delivered through Dublin Airport:
Ryanair fleet grows to 452 Boeing 737-800 aircraft:
Aircraft Update:
OY-JZL Boeing 737-804 c/n 32904 JetTime at Shannon 16/11/18 after paint prior delivery ex SE-DZV.
OY-YCN ATR72-212A(600) c/n 966 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Toulouse-Francazal-Billund 15/11/18 in all white colours ex PR-ATR.
SP-RSR Boeing 737-800 c/n 44799 Ryanair Sun Position London Stansted-Warsaw Modlin 15/11/18 after transfer ex EI-GDB.
5B-DCY Airbus A320-214 c/n 2920 Sky High V Co Ferried Larnaca-Lourdes 16/11/18 in Cobalt Air colours.
Global Aviation News:
British Airways trials access to digital titles in lounges and inflight
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Copa Airlines to sell six E190s from 2019, as Wingo swaps B737-700s for -800s
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Delta orders 10 additional A330-900neos to replace older widebody jets, facilitate measured growth
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Emirates Group announces half-year performance for 2018-19
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Eurowings to implement turn around buffers in summer 2019 to avoid delays
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Gulf Air And Etihad Airways To Explore Greater Cooperation Following Bahrain Airshow MOU Signing
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Icelandair: Conclusion of Bondholders’ meeting
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SIA hopes for greater liberalisation in Southeast Asia
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Tata’s National Service Won’t Be Enough to Save Jet Airways
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‘Trump Effect’ or No, Tourists Are Coming Back
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Why Airlines Don’t Want You to Fly Basic Economy
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus AerClub reaches one million members
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Dublin Airport T1 Departures resurfaced as part of €10m spending programme
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Irish airlines ask the EU for grace period on ownership rules
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Rhona Winchester to Join Travelport Ireland
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Ryanair launches winter services to Luxembourg and Frankfurt
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Uncertainty remains over flights, warns Dublin airport boss
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When Dublin Airport got a space-age restaurant
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Tweet Picks:
@e_russell Azul is in “very tough discussions with Airbus on when” it will take its first A330neos. Both TAP and Delta face year-long delivery delays.
@ghimlay .@CopaAirlines CFO says the sale of up to six E190s will deliver an annual benefit of $10 million. The move will lead to “higher long-term efficiencies and structurally lower unit costs leading to higher profit”, says CEO.
@ghimlay .@CopaAirlines’ low-cost affiliate @wingo is finally growing – by just a bit. It will upgauge its four 737-700s to 737-800s in 2019, and Copa will transfer another 738, likely to be based in Panama Pacifico, says CEO @PedroHeilbron.
@ghimlay .@jetblue received a handful of slots at MEX from DL-AM divestiture, but CEO says it’s an “ongoing struggle” to make them work in an environment dominated by the two airlines
@ghimlay .@CopaAirlines CEO thinks late 2020 will be the earliest timeframe when a three-way JV with @Avianca and @united could go into effect, expects 1.5 years for regulatory approvals from various countries. (Airlines have not firmed up a joint venture deal yet among themselves)
Video Picks:
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