Published on January 17th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/01/2019

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:
EI-FJC Boeing 737-81D c/n 39412  Norwegian Air International Ferried Budapest-East Midlands 13/01/19.
N567RP Embraer 145LR c/n 145698 Star Air Ferried Belfast International-Malta-Hurghada-Al Ain-Coimbatore International 12-14/01/19 to become VT-GSE.
4R-MRD Airbus A321-231 c/n 1946 SriLankan Airlines Ferried Bandaranaike-Bangalore-Hindustan 08/01/19 prior return to lessor ex EI-EUJ.
Global Aviation News:
Airports v airlines: disharmony in the air
Airline Outlooks Are Critical This Quarter, Morgan Stanley Says
Asia’s Newest Airline, Bamboo Airways, Launches First Flight
Aviation changes the face of Vietnam’s tourism
Boryspil airport continues holding talks with Laudamotion on launch of flight to Vienna
Canadian ULCCs: Indigo Partners to enter a crowded market
Germania finds investor to keep it flying
How To Use Stopovers And Open Jaws To Save On Travel
India will have 200 operational airports by 2040 
Norwegian Air to shut some bases and axe routes to cut costs
United Airlines Jumps as Earnings Blow Past Analysts’ Estimates
Yields in the bin: The Ryanair, Wizz Air, easyJet Brexit slide (according to RDC Apex data)
Irish Aviation News:
Datalex expects to report loss for 2018 after change to recognition of ‘certain revenue’
IAA to run aircraft satellite alert system
IAG CEO Willie Walsh to speak at first Aviation Club UK dinner in Dublin 20 January
NAC delivered one Embraer E190, MSN 19000760, to HOP! on lease
Ryanair to discontinue flights from Athens to Thessaloniki
Tour operator’s collapse decimates scheme established to compensate holiday-makers
Tweet Picks:
@IATA The #BrexitVote rejection of UK-EU deal brings no-deal #Brexit a step closer. Most #airline flights will be protected but there remains legal and commercial uncertainty for travelers and airlines on post-Brexit air connectivity.
@SpaethFlies I tested the newest SQ and EK First Suite products. Contrary to prior expectations @emirates clearly won the race in my experience #PaxEx.
@WandrMe A220 start date “is likely to be pushed back” is the latest from @Delta CEO Ed Bastian. Ugh. Also, several other aircraft that cannot enter service. $DAL #PaxEx #AvGeek.
@WandrMe #Brexit means currency headwinds for $DAL in the near term. After many quarters of saying impact would be minimal this is the first indication that it might be more than that. #AvGeek.
@WandrMe “Longer term, we’ve made investments into our [MRO] facilities…as that ramps we’ll see over a billion dollars a year of incremental revenue from just adding the two new engine types.” $DAL.
Video Picks:
Day in the Life – JetBlue
Dublin Airport Central Timelapse
Forward.Rewards – Making Freight Forwarding More Rewarding
Survivor looks back on the Miracle on the Hudson, 10 years later
2018 highlights at London Stansted Airport


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