Published on January 10th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/01/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 7 January
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 7 January
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 7 January
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 7 January
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 7 January
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Laudamotion adds additional Dublin to Vienna flights
Ryanair UK secures AOC, registers first Boeing 737-800:
Aircraft Update:
EI-FWB Sukhoi RRJ95B c/n 95108 Cityjet Ferried Brussels-Dublin 08/01/19 prior storage at Shannon.
EI-RJI RJ85 c/n 2346 Cityjet Ferried Cranfield-Dublin 08/01/19 after storage since 19/01/18.
OE-IHD Airbus A320-232 c/n 3270 Laudamotion Delivered Shannon-Vienna 09/01/18 ex AP-BLN.
OE-IIZ Airbus A320-214 c/n 883 CIT Aerospace Registered at Shannon 08/01/19 in Small Planet Airlines colours ex XU-801.
Global Aviation News:
Airlines aim to cut card payment costs with new system
Boeing Retains Crown as World’s Largest Planemaker
Brexit’s Impact On Aviation: Iberia Must Prove Its Spanish Nationality To Continue Flying In The EU
Brussels airlines adds CRJ1000 aircraft in W18
Indian Govt plans regulatory framework for aircraft financing, leasing: Suresh Prabhu
Hamburg Airport discussing increasing fees per pax with airlines: CEO
Heathrow Plans to Add 25,000 Flights Even Before New Runway
IAG’s Anisec to take over Vueling’s Amsterdam base
Pros and Cons of JetBlue’s Possible European Expansion
UAE, India set to discuss increase in air traffic
United Airlines to take $206M charge on impaired Hong Kong routes
Wait times at Dubai International airport drop even as passenger numbers continue to rise
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus A330-300 EI-GAJ Positions to Abu Dhabi Maintenance
Cabinet approves changes to Ireland / United States Preclearance Agreement to allow for enhanced services at Dublin and Shannon Airports
Carlyle Aviation Partners Names Edward O’Byrne as Managing Director
Eirtech Composite Repair Approval Extended to Belfast Facility
Emirates Reveals Increased Passenger Numbers on Dublin-Dubai Route
Last Cityjet Sukhoi flight Brussels Airlines arrives in Brussels
NAC have signed an agreement to lease four Embraer E190 aircraft to Helvetic Airways
New runway more critical than terminal says Dublin airport boss
Today with Sean O’Rouke Dalton Philips, Chief Executive of Dublin Airport Authority
Thomson Airways schedules new Irish markets in S19
Tweet Picks:
@AlexInAir  @SalamAir CEO describes A321LR as a “game changer”, adding “once we fulfil the immediate route network, we will look at #A321LR for extended range routes. 🌏
@R_Wall Airbus dropped the 10 undisclosed A380s from orderbook.
@Vinamralongani The one-stop @IndiGo6E service to London Gatwick via GYD will face immense competition from every FSC from Europe, Central Asia, Middle East & Africa(ET). There are some crazy rock bottom deals most months between UK & India. 6E has their work cut out for sure.
@winglets747 American Airlines says in a regulatory filing: “American is decades behind Delta and United in being able to achieve the full benefits of an alliance relationship in mainland China.
@winglets747 Heathrow has often been the go-to benchmark for making comparisons even though Heathrow could be more efficient. If Heathrow makes runway (airspace) changes and increases flight movements, the benchmark rises. Dubai, Hong Kong & others have used LHR as capacity benchmark.
Video Picks:
Bombardier Business Aircraft 2018 Recap
Hawaiian Airlines bids farewell to Boeing 767
Interview: Herb Kelleher, Legendary CEO of Southwest Airlines
Market Edge: PH Airlines announces new routes
24 Hours In Irish Airspace


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