Published on January 21st, 2019 |
by Trevor Buckley
Daily Aviation Brief – 21/01/2019
Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
CN-ROV Boeing 767-3Q8 c/n 27686 Royal Air Maroc Ferried Casablanca-Shannon 17/01/19 on return to lessor.
EI-CVA Airbus A320-214 c/n 1242 Aer Lingus Ferried Shannon-Dublin 17/01/19 after painting into new colours.
OE-LOM Airbus A320-232 c/n 2984 Laudamotion Delivered Shannon-Vienna 18/01/19 ex TC-JPF.
Global Aviation News:
Air France-KLM CEO aims to make the group ‘become the strongest in Europe’
BA Launches New World Traveller Plus Catering
Boeing Delivers First 787 Dreamliner for WestJet
For IndiGo, no evenings in Paris, no nights in London
IAG’s Level takes over Vueling’s Amsterdam base
India Imposes New Measures on Pratt-powered A320neos
LCCs in Asia Pacific: two decades of steady market share gains
LEVEL has to decide on one of two aircraft for its long-haul fleet
National carriers in re-making: Croatia, Slovenia & big backers
WOW Air shrinks to 4 US cities as it ‘gets back to basics’
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus’s new look took 26 focus groups, 50 shamrocks and ‘less than €2m’ to complete
Aer Lingus refreshes image, continues transatlantic expansion
Air France amongst exhibitors at third Cork International Travel Fair
Clare-born CEO of Embraer says airline industry ‘deeply lacking’ in females
John Mulligan: ‘Ryanair’s lower than expected fares good for flyers, but may hit shareholders’
McEvaddy looks to woo IAG and Delta for new transatlantic hub
Ryanair Lowers Full Year Guidance From €1.1bn – €1.2bn Range To €1.0bn – €1.1bn Range
Ryanair to Launch First Tetouan-Malaga Flight in April
Ryanair Tumbles After Cutting Outlook on Cheaper Air Fares
Shannon can be Centre of Excellence for aircraft reconfiguration
@davidcochrane White plane with a colored tail seema to be a very consistent theme amongst IAG’s airlines. Makes swapping planes amongst their fleets very simple. #ThisIsAerLingus.
@ghimlay .@AviancaBrasil will continue to operate 10 A320neos leased from GECAS, following a court hearing today. GECAS had previously requested for the aircraft to be withdrawn from Brazil’s aircraft registry.
@HandelsblattGE Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr asked Berlin to reconsider the decision to shut down the old Tegel airport after the new Berlin-Brandenburg Airport comes into operation. (Bild) #Berlin #Lufthansa #BER #airport.
@jonostrower Airbus’s incoming CEO @GuillaumeFaury envisions two generations of single-aisle updates to take on the NMA. One before Boeing’s EIS and another after.
@jonostrower Taken altogether, it’s increasingly clear Airbus with A321XLR and A320neo Plus, it is making space for a new A220-500 in its fight with Boeing from 100 to 250 seats.
Eoghan Corry Closure of Ryanair Holidays
Here’s how the government shutdown is affecting the airline industry
Rolls-Royce & Partners Finance and Malaysia Airlines
WestJet 787 Dreamliner cabin tour
WestJet 787 team trip to Boeing Delivery Center