Published on January 11th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/01/2019

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:
D-AEUE Airbus A320-214 c/n 4161 Eurowings Ferried Larnaca-Shannon 10/01/19 for painting ex OE-LOC.
HL8329 Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40239 T´Way Air Registered at Shannon 09/01/19 prior delivery ex A6-FDL.
Global Aviation News:
Air Baltic Mulls New European Airline Funded by Private Equity
Airfare rises ‘restrained’ in 2019 due to budget carriers
Air France Expansion Lags Behind KLM, Stoking Sibling Tensions
Air France-KLM’s New CEO Ready to Close ‘Millennial’ Unit Joon
Croatia Airlines resumes search for strategic partner
Delta extends Airbus A220 order book to 90 total aircraft
End of a Cycle Europe’s airlines face bumpy ride in 2019
Germania: Press Release Concerning Current Events
IAG carries 112.9 million passengers in 2018
Indigo Partners to take 49% stake in WOW Air
JetBlue fears Delta’s JV could hinder ability to serve Europe
JetBlue Reflects on 15 Years of Operations in Boston and Looks Ahead to Future Growth and Maintaining Leadership Position
Management reorganisation at Air Atlanta Icelandic to focus on fleet renewal
MEB3 network review 2018; Qatar Airways dominates new route race; US is biggest market by ASKs, India and UK top capacity table
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus owner IAG unconcerned at post-Brexit ownership rules
Avolon Fleet Reaches 971 Aircraft Following Very Active 2018
Dublin Airport Central and DCU Brexit Institute Announce Partnership
Eirtech Awarded STC to Install Seats on B737-8 MAX from Zero PAX Configuration
Ireland’s Hibernian Airlines secures AOC, launches
NAC delivered one ATR 72-600, MSN 1229, to PT Transnusa Aviation Mandiri on lease
Omelyan says Ryanair and Wizz Air to start flights from Odesa this year, companies won’t comment
Ryanair argues for devolving air tax to Wales and hints at new flights for Cardiff
Ryanair to launch Tel Aviv flights to 3 new destinations
The Commission for Aviation Regulation Launches Passenger Advisory Group for Dublin Airport
Tweet Picks:
@Airbus With the delivery of 800 commercial aircraft in 2018, Airbus sets another record with deliveries up for the 16th year in a row. Last year’s 747 net orders bring our backlog to 7,577 aircraft, an industry record.
@Airlineroute TAP Air Portugal to debut A330-900neo aircraft on Lisbon – Toronto route on 31MAR19, Lisbon – New York JFK on 13APR19, Lisbon – Newark on 30APR19, Lisbon – Boston on 07JUL19.
@eurocontrolDG The European network saw record traffic levels in 2018 – over 11 million flights (up 3.8%) – or 30,168 flights a day on average, with a peak of 37,101 flights on 7 September.
@JohnLStrickland Challenging times for @flygermania with higher fuel costs & loss of some traditional business streams but not the same scale as @airberlin in terms of acquisition interest #airlines.
@R_Wall Airbus took in fewer plane orders last year but still has nine years of production booked.
Video Picks:
Are we there yet? The longest flight in the world
Cessna 182  Landing and Taking off from Navan Airfield Ireland
HiFly First single-use plastic free flight in the world
Investment into airline maintenance facility unveiled
Ryanair’s Bag Policy Explained


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