Published on December 11th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/12/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 December:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 December:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 10 December:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 10 December:
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 December:
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Dublin’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner Hat Trick:
EI-GXM Boeing 737-800 Delivered to Ryanair:
Aircraft Update:
EI-GIB Airbus A320-271N c/n 8371  AirCastle? Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Toulouse-Francazal 10/12/18 for paint Hong Kong Express B-LCQ.
EI-SII Airbus A320-251N c/n 8566 SAS Airlines (Ireland) Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Oslo 10/12/18.
SP-RSC Boeing 737-800 c/n 44844 Ryanair Sun Position London Stansted-Wroclaw 08/12/18 after transfer ex EI-GSC.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus obtains EASA approval for new pilot-training scheme
Air Malta eyes New York, Toronto, Mumbai services using extended-range Airbus A321
Air Malta not seeking strategic partner at the moment; focusing on growth
Air Italy Adds U.S. Flights amid New Subsidy Claims
Canadian ULCCs: 2020 to be the shakeout year
Korean LCC market: more growth as Jeju Air commits to 737 MAX 8s
New aviation passenger charter to improve flying experience
Westjet says customers open to idea of premium fares
Irish Aviation News:
AFTA to recruit & train cadet pilots at Waterford airport
Airbus proposal for Galway Airport still grounded
CityJet CEO: Lack of pilots and engineers the ‘single biggest threat’ to industry growth
Norwegian Celebrates New Hamilton-Dublin Service
Norwegian Finance Holding Has Entered Into An Agreement Regarding The Right To Purchase Shares In The Irish Company Lilienthal Finance Limited
Norwegian subsidiary Arctic Aviation Assets to lease two A320neos to Qingdao Airlines
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 9 December
Waypoint Leasing Enters into Definitive Agreement to Sell Its Assets to Macquarie Group for $650 Million
Tweet Picks:
@Airlineroute China Eastern’s new A350-900XWB aircraft to serve Frankfurt from 01FEB19.
@Airlineroute Lufthansa has closed bookings for Pune from 01FEB19, previously scheduled as Privatair 737-700 service.
@BarrigaEra BUT worryingly: @UK_CAA “The probability of a non negotiated exit in March with no IP/LT deal cannot be reduced to 0 at this stage. We are therefore implementing contingency plans and encourage aviation to consider contingency planning for their operational & ownership situation”.
@SimonCalder The initial results are in: 51% A380, 24% 787, 14% 747 and surprisingly just 11% for the A350.
@winglets747 The view – and spend – from the big corporate travel companies is: LCCs in domestic Indian market serve major airports and routes with high frequency and reliable service. They’ll choose LCCs. Jet needs to be competing with IndiGo.
Video Picks:
Cayman 737 MAX 8 Time Lapse
Embraer E195-E2 completes Flight Flutter tests
Inis Mor island landing, Aran Isles Jodel D150 cockpit view, Ireland flying 2018
New Airline Coming to Indy Airport
United — Evolving Our Brand Design


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