Published on November 20th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/11/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 November:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 November:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 November:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19 November:
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 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:
LV-LQZ Boeing 737-800 c/n 42086 Norwegian Air Argentina Ferried Stockholm Arlanda-Las Palmas-Natal-Ezeiza International 09/10-11/18 on transfer ex EI-FVP
EI-GHJ  Embraer 190AR c/n 19000218 Stobart Air Registerd at Middle Georgia Regional  15/11/18 ex N821NC.
ET-AVJ Boeing 737 MAX 8 c/n 62450 Ethiopian Airlines Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin-Addis Ababa 15-17/11/18.
OE-IBI Boeing 737-490(F) c/n 28892 ASL Airlines First Service Liege-Erfurt-Riga-Erfurt-Liege 14/11/18 ex N797AS.
Global Aviation News:
Boeing Steps Up Airline Outreach on 737 Max After Lion Air Crash
China’s super airlines are on the rise and that puts American, Delta, and United in a complicated situation
Dubai airport is on its way to receiving its 1 billionth passenger
Final Air Berlin chief was given mission to ‘sell the company’
JVs stifle competition, JetBlue CEO warns
Low-cost, long-haul flights take off … but is ‘budget’ really cheaper?
Low-Cost Luxury Tempts Tourists to Argentina After Currency Rout
Nepal Airlines to resume Osaka flights, drops Tokyo plan
Six Ways to Keep Bad Weather from Ruining Your Trip
WestJet updates training in response to plane issues linked to Lion Air crash
Why Airlines Don’t Want You to Fly Basic Economy
Irish Aviation News:
Avolon Winter Season 2018 Come From Away 6 December – 19 January 2019
Capital Investment Plan from 2020 at Dublin Airport
Murcia disappears from Ryanair webpage
No clarity on future of Aran Islands air service following meeting with Minister
Ryanair’s First 737 MAX 200 Rolls Out With a Truly Hellacious Seat Map
Ryanair launches Knock-Cologne as part of 13-route summer schedule
Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement: Shannon Airport worried over post-Brexit connectivity to EU
Tweet Picks:
@ghimlay .@jetblue CEO Robin Hayes says US legacy airlines’ protests against some EU carriers have to stop. “The last thing we want to see is any kind of retaliation from Brussels if and when we decide to fly to Europe.”
@ghimlay .@SouthwestAir will no longer start service at Paine Field, it has transferred slots for planned five daily flights to @AlaskaAir. Alaska will operate up to 18 daily flights from PAE in early 2019, subject to govt approvals.
@Johnslattery100 Our new E2 customer – Spain’s @BinterCanarias – will receive the first of 3 E195-E2s in Q4 2019. The “green” E2 is ideal for the Canary Islands! #E195E2 #embraer #ProfitHunter.
@winglets747 “It’s worth considering whether aggressive 787 sales and prices are complicating the business case for Boeing’s proposed new midmarket airplane”.
@winglets747 A330neo “runs the risk of becoming the MD-11 of today—a modest update swiftly overtaken by new-generation rivals”
Video Picks:
APEX Insider: In-depth interview with Claudia Sender, VP Customers, LATAM
Cathay Pacific’s celebrates new flight into Washington D.C.
How Air Tahiti Nui is carving a niche with its Tahitian Dreamliner
How Lufthansa’s Delights To Go vending machine works
Interview with IATA Chief Economist Brian Pearce


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