Published on January 16th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/01/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

SPARTA.AERO Evolution in Asset Management
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 January
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 January
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 14 January
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 14 January
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 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:
CS-TSV Boeing 767-34P c/n 33049 EuroAtlantic Airways Ferried Dublin-Beja 15/01/19 after painting.
OE-LOG Airbus A320-214 c/n 4187 Laudamotion Ferried Vienna-Larnaca 10/01/19 prior return to Lufthansa, for Edeweiss Air as HB-JJN.
2-XAVT ATR72-212A(500) c/n 884 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Bydgoszcz-Kristiansand-Billund 12/01/19 ex 4X-AVT.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus Goes Slow on A220 Output as Factories Near ‘Highest Risk’
Air Canada, Chorus extend agreement, securing regional airline’s future
Battered airlines set to report earnings. Here’s what to watch
Buyer beware: Airline stocks are a ‘value trap,’ warns expert
Flybe to stay in air as Virgin Atlantic-led group injects cash
Groundbreaking U.S. Plan could Permit Drone Flights Over Crowds
IATA Statement: Current Flights Protected, but Future Growth at Risk from No Deal Brexit
Madrid and Brussels disagree over Iberia’s Spanish ownership after Brexit
No More Stamping Of Boarding Pass At Mumbai’s T2 For Domestic Fliers 
Qatar Air May Boycott Oneworld Jamboree Over Spat With Partners
Qatar Airways official airline partner for the Qatar-India Year of Culture 2019
Shutdown Stalls Southwest Airlines Plan for Hawaii Service
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Delivers First of Four 787-9 to EL AL
Cleared for take-off in Newcastle
Dublin Airport Sets New Passenger Record
Genesis selects Irish leasing software firm Sysco for their enterprise platform
ORIX Aviation Names Dean N. Gerber General Counsel
Orizonte Golf set to fly high with new Irish flights
Ryanair’s East Midlands Flight First To Land At New Murcia International Airport
Ryanair SWOT: the best of airlines, the worst of airlines
Tweet Picks:
@Airlineroute LOT Polish Airlines to resume Warsaw – Delhi service from 17SEP19, 5 times a week. Reservation to open soon. LOT previously served Delhi from October 1985 to October 1992.
@Captsully Advances in aerospace continue with the recent success of Virgin Galactic’s test flight. via @justinbachman.
@e_russell As expected, Southwest’s long-awaited ETOPS certification for new Hawaii flights is held up by the government shut down.
@ghimlay .@AirCanada studies dozens of potential A220 routes (by @jmhdinger).
@ghimlay Chorus says it will use 60% of the investment proceeds to purchase nine additional CRJ900s, for delivery in 2020.
Video Picks:
Delta CEO Ed Bastian addresses fourth quarter earnings report
Ethiopian airlines set to inaugurate 5-star hotel
FAA Proposal Allows Drone Flights Over Crowds, at Night
Here’s how the government shutdown is affecting the airline industry
Mumbai Airport Will Be Shut Temporarily In February And March


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