Published on December 24th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/12/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 December
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 December
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 December
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17 December
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 December
Aircraft Update:
EI-GGB Embraer 195LR c/n 190.00204 Stobart Air Delivered Exeter-London Southend 21/12/18 ex G-FBEM.
EI-GHY Airbus A320-232 c/n 2934 Bamboo Airways Delivered Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen-New Delhi-Hanoi 21-22/12/18.
G-RUKA Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44687 Ryanair UK Registered at London Stansted 20/12/18 ex EI-FEF.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus tests market for A321XLR jet launch by mid-2019: sources
Boeing Has Strong 433 Unit Lead Over Airbus
European Commission’s contingency measures for a ‘No Deal’ Brexit will halt air connectivity growth
First look at NAT changes for 2019
Low-cost flights between Hong Kong and India arrive as budget carrier IndiGo tests waters
New Emirates application to slash aircraft turnaround delays at DXB
Norwegian Air strongly denounce weekend news on financial situation: “pure speculation”
WOW air Announces UK Route Update
WOW air sells four aircraft to Air Canada
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus / CityJet deal cleared for take-off
Agreement reached in Aer Arann dispute
American, British Airways, OpenSkies, Iberia, Finnair and Aer Lingus – Joint Motion to Amend Order 2010-7-8 for Amended Joint Business Agreement (Addition of Aer Lingus)
Athlone pilots urge caution over drone use in the region
Frontier Airlines takes delivery of 11th A320neo from GECAS
Loganair and Stobart Aviation Services agree five-year deal
More public transport connections sought for Shannon Airport 
Sukhoi Civil Aircraft and Irish carrier CityJet may break up co-operation in 2019
Ryanair Launches 3 New London Stansted Routes To Kalamata, Rodez & Vigo
SMBC Aviation Capital delivers second of five aircraft to Wizz Air
Topcon and DIT combine to give third level students UAV education
Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 23 December 
Tweet Picks:
@DanMulhall 11.2 million people visited Ireland this year including record numbers from the #USA. Well done to all @TourismIreland & across our tourism industry for these impressive numbers.
@denisstaunton DUP’s Gregory Campbell asks cabinet office minister to ensure that civil servants are working to allow Northern Ireland to diverge from the rest of the UK on Air Passenger Duty and corporate tax (and to align more closely with Ireland).
@odriscor 11.2 million US visitors to Ireland in 2018 reflects the incredibly strong people to people & economic connections between Ireland & the US. A highlight for me this year was the new @AerLingus direct flight between Ireland with #Seattle – the third direct connection in Western US.
@HofmannAviation 100 days to #Brexit. ⁦@easyJet⁩ already registered 130 ⁦@Airbus⁩ aircrafts in Austria. Pilot license transfer into austrian register in good process ⁦@austro_control⁩ said.
@LeehamNews What’s the difference in @qatarairways owning 49% of @airitaly and influencing business plan, fleet decisions and @Delta owning 49% of @AeromexicoUSA and @VirginAtlantic and influencing business plans, fleet decisions?
Video Picks:
A Journey from Complexity: Reducing Technical Debt – Fabrizio Fortunato, Ryanair
A New Generation and the Future of Flight
‘Fill your Heart with Ireland’ TV Ad – English Version (90 seconds)
In the making: Air Tanzania’s first A220
The #Embraer #E190E2 concludes its Global Demo Tour


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