Published on November 26th, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 26/11/2018
Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 November: http://bit.ly/2Q6XpX8
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 November: http://bit.ly/2Aehz7R
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 November: http://bit.ly/2qVZOG1
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19 November: http://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 Airport: http://bit.ly/2TiW2TY
Ryanair fleet grows to 452 Boeing 737-800 aircraft: http://bit.ly/2RYPXdV
EI-GEB Candair CRJ900 c/n 15231 Cityjet Ferried Copenhagen-Norwich 22/11/18 for paint into all white colours.
EI-GIA Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 35134 Jeju Air Registered at Shannon 23/11/18 prior delivery to become HL8321.
EI-GHK Embraer 190AR c/n 19000202 Stobart Air Position London Southend to London City 22/11/18 to be operated for BA Cityflier.
EI-HBA Candair CRJ1000 c/n 19020 Hibernian Airlines Crew Training at Valencia 23/11/18.
Global Aviation News:
Airlines to ‘improve punctuality by working together’
Almada Private Equity Fund Sees Value in Used Boeing 737s
EasyJet SWOT: from green to amber for Europe’s orange airline
Emirates “best airline”, wins 5 awards in one week
Emirates airline to partner with Easyjet on connecting flights at Gatwick
UIA expects new decline in airport fees in Ukraine thanks to low cost airlines
U.S. Airport Privatization programme expanded, regulations eased
Virgin Atlantic confirms talks with Flybe
Irish Aviation News:
A&L Goodbody aviation partner moderates Hong Kong aviation conference
Dublin Airport in bid to raise its passenger cap from 32m to 35m
Stratos Continues Growth, Managed Portfolio Exceeds $1bn
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement: Check-in Kiev as Ryanair announces Dublin flights to Ukraine
‘Very disappointing’ news for city and tourism, as WestJet cancels direct St. John’s-Dublin flight
WestJet adds Halifax – Dublin service from late-April 2019
@e_russell “It’s all about simplicity, for flying and for maintenance,” says Tecnam on the P2012 Traveller, designed with launch customer @CapeAir.
@ghimlay Two (of 24) 787s in @LATAMAirlines fleet remain on the ground – airline expects both aircraft to return to service by January 2019.
@R_Wall EasyJet says it is ordering 17 more Airbus A320neo planes, and defers 18 up to 24 months; also converts purchase rights to options to lock in delivery slots.
A look at the future of SAA
Airlines winners and losers as oil drops
Airline Weekly’s Seth Kaplan on CNBC’s Squawk Box
Interview with Askhat G. Torshin, Lufthansa Consulting
30.5 million people flying Thanksgiving weekend