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Published on November 21st, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 21/11/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
 
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 Novemberhttp://bit.ly/2Q6XpX8
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 Novemberhttp://bit.ly/2Aehz7R
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 November: http://bit.ly/2qVZOG1
 
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19 Novemberhttp://bit.ly/2OS0sOm
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 November: http://bit.ly/2Q1AYTp
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
 
Fourth Boeing 737 MAX 8 for Ethiopian Airlines delivered through Dublin Airporthttp://bit.ly/2TiW2TY
Ryanair fleet grows to 452 Boeing 737-800 aircraft: http://bit.ly/2RYPXdV
Aircraft Update:
EI-FWE Sukhoi RRJ95B c/n 95117 Cityjet Ferried Brussels -Dublin 12/11/18 after wet-lease to Brussels Airlines for storage in basic colours ex I-PDVX.
OE-LOB Airbus A320-232 c/n 2928  Laudamotion Delivered Shannon-Vienna 20/11/18 ex TC-JPC.
5B-DDC Airbus A320-232 c/n 3259 GECAS Ferried Larnaca-Liege-Woensdrecht 19/20-11/18 in Cobalt Air colours.
Global Aviation News:
 
Airbus advances project to build new Alabama A220 assembly line
Brussels wants heavy fine for Portugal for airport slots
Challenging Months Ahead For Boeing
 
Delta orders 10 A330neo jets in boost to Airbus slow seller
Floundering Flybe sells off headquarters to raise £5m
Garuda-Sriwijaya tie up: an Indonesian domestic aviation duopoly?
Jet Airways confirms they are looking for investors
Manchester Airports Group: investing offshore as UK rivals step up
Mexico-US aviation: currency, fuel, other pressures soften the market
No Red Flags For Boeing 787
Saudia adds lie-flat on narrowbody A320ceos and A321neoLRs
The Qantas and Qatar spat that could rupture the OneWorld alliance
Will Icelandair’s acquisition of Wow mean slower growth for both?
Irish Aviation News:
 
Department hires air consultants to continue flights to Aran Islands
 
Market turmoil delays planned UK IPO of Millar’s jet leasing vehicle
 
Ryanair Announces New Dublin-Kyiv Service
Ryanair’s first Boeing 737 MAX 200 aircraft has rolled out of Boeing’s final assembly line
Ryanair plans to invest $1.5 bln in Ukraine by 2023, expanding fleet to 15 planes
Shannon makes short-term support case as Brexit looms
T2 Welcomes 80M Passengers Since Opening Eight Years Ago
£15 Million Terminal Investment Complete at Belfast City Airport
Tweet Picks:
 
@jonostrower A bit of NMA development subtext on the milestone: “With the 777X, the production system was integrated into the development program sooner than any other airplane.”
@jonostrower Boeing added another exit door to the 737 Max to increase the seating from 189 to 200 passengers. Here’s the first for Ryanair rolling out of the factory.
@Oliver__Clark Stobart Group says it won’t be commenting on potential interest in Flybe after the UK airline put itself back on sale.
@Oliver__Clark The efficiencies Air Baltic is getting from its A220s make it a ‘natural hedge’ against rising fuel prices says CEO Martin Gauss at UK Aviation Club.
@SimonCalder Aviation is the force that could bind Africa together and foster prosperity. But time and again, government officials damage the interests of their nations and citizens by stifling competition – and, equally outrageously, pouring cash into vanity projects.
Video Picks:
 
Come From Away | Trailer | #ComeFromAway #ComeFromAwayDublin
Defense giant Lockheed Martin building a supersonic plane
Meet Finnair Business Services in Tartu
TETRA Airport Police & Fire Service Case Study
The Embraer E190-E2 “Shark” Lands at One of the World’s Highest Airports

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