Published on January 4th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/01/2019

Aircraft Update:
HL8321 Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 35134 Jeju Air Delivered Shannon-Baku-Seoul 29/12/18 ex EI-GIA.
OE-LOJ Airbus A320-232 c/n 2288 Laudamotion Ferried Norwich-Larnaca 30/12/18 after paint prior delivery ex A7-ADJ.
9M-MTY Airbus A330-223 c/n 968 Malaysia Airlines Delivered Clark-Kula Lumpur 26/12/18 ex EI-GFL.
2-MFIG ATR72-212A(500) c/n 1262 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Bydgoszcz-Mönchengladbach 21/12/18 ex 9M-FIG.
2-XAVT ATR72-212A(500) c/n 884 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Saarbrücken-Bydgoszcz 20/12/18 ex 4X-AVT.
Global Aviation News:
ACI airport report: – economic impacts of non-aeronautical activities
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A little Moxy in the U.S. airline industry
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Brexit, political uncertainty are top concerns for aviation in 2019
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Gatwick Airport “partnership” coup for Vinci. Now to maximise the asset
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Iberia claims it’s owned by El Corte Inglés to avoid crisis if no deal Brexit
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JetBlue Airways firms up order for 60 Airbus A220-300 aircraft
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JetBlue to decide on the A321LR in 2019
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Southwest clears first ETOPS check in Hawaii plans
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Uzbekistan Airways SWOT: opportunities and challenges after reforms
U.S. start-up airline “Moxy” confirms order for 60 Airbus A220-300s
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‘We’ve just grown too big, too fast:’ CEO Ed Sims taps the brakes at WestJet
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What’s Ahead For Airlines And Aviation In 2019
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Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Leased, Purchased and Sold 436 Aircraft in 2018
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Croatia Airlines upgrades Dublin service
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Ethiopian 2Q19 Washington aircraft changes via Dublin
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Further growth expected in Belfast tourism market after record 2018
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Pope’s visit stimulates growth at Knock airport
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Ryanair to connect Dublin and Dubrovnik four times a week
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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A320 Neo to Tianjin Airlines
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Sukhoi Civil may lose its sole European SSJ100 customer Cityjet
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The islands of Ireland: On a wing and a prayer at Turbot Island
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Tourism Review of 2018 & Outlook for 2019 
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“We will still be green”: Aer Lingus gets ready to rebrand
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Tweet Picks:
@capa_india Drop of close to 15% in ATF prices at Indian airports effective 1-Jan is a very positive development for Indian carriers as they head into the traditionally weak Q4. Domestic traffic growth expected to return to high teens despite capacity reduction by @jetairways #IndianAviation.
@CFM_engines Congratulations, #COMAC, on the 1 hour, 38 minute maiden flight of the third C919 prototype aircraft on Dec. 28.  #CFMLEAP.
@tonyfernandes As 2019 approaches I would like to confirm that airasia will not be opening up any more new airlines for the next 3 years. After Vietnam we will focus on what we have. Focus this year is to make Indoensia and Phillipines very profitable.
@tonyfernandes We have a great seams franchise. Indoensia malaysia Thailand Phillipines and vietnam. All the major populations and growing economies. Couples with two great countries to enable us to cover the world. India and Japan.
@tonyfernandes Airasia x will have the best ever year in 2019.  The most undervalued airline.  Have done all the hard work.  Cut silly routes. Renegoatieted  leases . Increase utilisation. Cut cost.  THAILAND roaring. Indoneisa stalked for the moment. Competitors stoped being subsided.
Video Picks:
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California Pacific Airlines cancels flights in Carlsbad through January
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IDFC Securities: Expect Jet Airways To Get Some Strategic Support


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