Published on January 23rd, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/01/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 21 January:
Acumen Announces 2018 Operational Review:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 January:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 January:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 21 January:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 21 January:
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 January:
Aircraft Update:
N758MA Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 37247 Miami Air
XA-DRA Boeing 737-852 c/n 35114 AeroMéxico Ferried Mexico City-Los Angeles-Mexico 09-17/01/19 for re-registration ex EI-DRA.
XA-DRC Boeing 737-852 c/n 35116 AeroMéxico Ferried Mexico City-Los Angeles-Mexico 09-17/01/19 for re-registration ex EI-DRC.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus A220 Is The New ‘It’ Plane, And It Could Be As Game-Changing As The 787
British Airways reveals “iconic” BOAC Boeing 747 design
Chinese carriers seek rights to Europe, Southeast Asia
Fly the Fashionable Skies
Germania Fluggesellschaft mbH: Successful Financing Negotiations
Lack of customers forces Russia’s IrAero Airlines to ground its B777 China project
Now Airline Caterers Are Stockpiling Meals Before Brexit
2018 sees biggest net rise in airline seats between Europe and China this decade; 30 new routes added last year; two new airline players for 2019
Irish Aviation News:
Council eyes 2020 take-off for Waterford Airport
Hainan Airlines is launching a second direct route from Ireland to China
IAG won’t get into bidding war for Norwegian Air’ – Willie Walsh
Ryanair: Brexit won’t ground flights
Ryanair hopes its frailest rivals will die soon – but they keep clinging on for dear life
Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement: A whiter shade of green
Tweet Picks:
@Airlineroute From Shenzhen, Hainan Airlines to operate 2 weekly flights each to Dublin from 25FEB19 and Tel Aviv from 22FEB19, with Boeing 787-9.
@e_russell “We are going to continue to mine this mid-continent hub strategy. And we think we have a long way to go,” said $UAL commercial chief Andrew Nocella. In other words: more domestic connectivity via #DEN, #IAH and #ORD to come.
@Oliver__Clark Aer Lingus to completely roll out new brand by 2021 says director of marketing Dara McMahon.
@RunwayGirl WestJet’s new Boeing 787 raises the bar for long-haul, low-cost travel, with a premium economy product filling the “comfort canyon” between herringbone business and the narrow 3-3-3 Dreamliner economy product down back..
@theAPEXassoc .@AerLingus partnered with @Lippincottbrand on its new brand identity. “A darker shade of green represents strength, while a lighter shade represents modernity,” says Dara McMahon, Aer Lingus’ director of Marketing & Digital Experience. #PaxEx #AvGeek.
Video Picks:
Holiday World Belfast January 2019
Revealing a new-look Aer Lingus
United Airlines Passengers Stuck On Tarmac In Canada For 15 Hours
Willie Walsh Dublin does not need another terminal
Willie Walsh IAG plans for Level


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