Published on January 14th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/01/2019

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-CVA Airbus A320-214 c/n 1242 Aer Lingus Ferried Dublin-Shannon 09/01/19 for paint into new colours.
OY-PSJ Boeing 737-86N c/n 36548 CMB Financial Leasing Ferried Billund-Woensdrecht  11/01/19 ex EI-GGW.
N567RP Embraer 145LR c/n 145698 Star Air Delivered Nashville-Bangor-Gander-Keflavik-Belfast International-Malta 11-12/01/19 to become VT-GSE.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus A380 Loses Another Customer
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Apple Spends $150m A Year On United Airlines Business Seats
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BIAL announces to fund Rs13,000 cr. for Kempegowda International Airport
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Emirates announces network updates for 2019
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Flybe Unit Signs Deal With Vueling For £4.5 Million In Gatwick Slots
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Founded in 1974, British Airways turns 100 next year – how exactly does that work?
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LEVEL plots aggressive expansion once the building blocks are in place
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Lufthansa Topples Air France as Europe’s Biggest Airline After 14 Years
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United CEO Wants More Business Class Seats in Jets Flying Transatlantic
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What’s Next For Flybe?
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Irish Aviation News:
Avolon Delivers One Airbus A330 to Beijing Capital Airlines
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Blow to Shannon Airport as Kuwait-US stopovers to end
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Commission for Aviation Regulation sends out Brexit warning to Irish operators and agents
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Dublin Airport fined €600,000 over security queue delays
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Ireland West Airport welcomes announcement of Flybe takeover
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Northern Ireland aviation sector as crucial to us as ever: senior Airbus figure
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Ryanair’s O’Leary: ‘He really does seem to enjoy a crisis’
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Shannon Airport welcomes the opportunity to extend US Preclearance facilities at Shannon
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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement: Irish tour ops told not to use British airlines after March 29
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Virgin Atlantic, Stobart Group and Cyrus confirm offer for Flybe – delivering enhanced connectivity to UK regions and Ireland under the Virgin Atlantic brand
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Tweet Picks:
@campaignforleo My final meeting in Africa was with CEO of @flyethiopian Atto Tewolde to discuss further opportunities at Dublin and Shannon.
@EndaCorneille Seven years ago today @emirates began the enormous success story that is our Irish operation #emirates #avgeeks #avgeeksaero.
@EoghanOMW “Word on the breeze is that Willie Walsh, who now runs IAG, is set to receive a special recognition award. Proper order, too. Few Irish corporate executives over the years have risen to the top of their field globally as Walsh has in aviation” says @MarkPaulTimes in Irish Times.
@EmeraldMedia Not the first time #virginatlantic has been involved in regional aviation.  Back in 94 @cityjet started with a Virgin franchise & colours on their BAe146 @LondonCityAir. Shame @flybe brand is going. City pressures hurt it in the end.
@sandeeprrao1991 @BLRAirport officially enters the 30 million passengers (annually) league. The airport also handled more than 3 million pax in a single month in DEC 2018, for the 1st time since ops started in 2008 #avgeek #BLR #India #aviation.
Video Picks:
American Airlines Shares Fall on Weaker Fare Forecast
Beautiful  747 TAKEOFF
Remembering the miracle: The 10th anniversary of US Airways Flight 1549
Stable growth will be in cost reduction: Fmr. airline CEO
5 Airports Taking-Off by 2025 | The B1M


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