Published on January 25th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/01/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 21 January:

Acumen’s intelligent asset lease management  software SPARTA.AERO grows in popularity
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:
N723AC Boeing 737-75C c/n 30034 Aircastle Ferried Goodyear-Roswell 22/01/19 ex B-5028.
VQ-BZA Boeing 777-31H c/n 32728 Azurra Air Delivered Hong Kong-Moscow Vnukovo 20/01/19 ex A6-EBV.
Global Aviation News:
Brussels Airlines to introduce a new special livery while it could face a name change on its European network
Cathay Pacific becomes easyJet Worldwide partner
Immfly Wireless IFE Boosts Iberia Express Customer Satisfaction Scores
Japan Airlines Announces Nonstop Service to Bengaluru
Moody’s: Global airlines outlook stable on volume growth, lower fuel costs
North Korea aviation: Korea’s airlines may benefit from liberalization
Norwegian is the most interesting airline to watch this winter
SAS expands its fleet – leases three A321 Long Range
SAS to suspend on board breakfast purchases for domestic services
Scope: Europe’s big five take more than half of region’s air travel market as small airlines struggle
Target Joon CASK compares with that of KLM
US airlines: capacity to rationalize as headwinds strengthen
175 Million Euro Revolving Credit Facility for Finnair
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus more profitable than British Airways, says Walsh
Aergo Capital marks 20 years by reaching milestone of 50 commercial jet aircraft in its portfolio
Arthur Cox: Senior Appointments to Aviation Team
CDB Aviation Promotes Patrick Hannigan to President
Contribution and continuity of Airline Economics and Airfinance Journal conferences
Cork Airport eyeing more transatlantic flights; Waterford Airport awaits decision on future
Hard Brexit will not lead to flights being grounded, says airline chief Walsh
Ryanair CEO: Israel can become major tourist destination
Ryanair remains top for new routes but competition is gaining
SMBC Aviation Capital concludes 65 aircraft deal with Airbus
SMBC’s Irish chief warns airlines will face more turbulence
Stobart Group celebrates 10 years of owning London Southend
WNG Capital closes USD$345 million aircraft leasing Fund II
Tweet Picks:
@campaignforleo This is good. More direct access to Asia. #GlobalIreland taking shape.
@e_russell United sees a more than 20% CASM improvement as it replaces 757s with new 737 Max.
@winglets747 Brussels Airlines brand could be discontinued on short-haul flights.  CEO says of LH Group consolidation: “It’s clear that we want to create a pan-European network, we can’t keep every individual brand.”
@winglets747 JAL will start a much-expected Narita-Bangalore service in March 2020 with a daily 787-8. Service targets local traffic and also trans-pac connections. JAL has strong outbound North America corporate traffic.
@winglets747 Lufthansa Cargo talking to group owners about replacement freighter aircraft for its remaining MD-11Fs.
Video Picks:
IATA November 2018 Passenger Numbers
Kenya Airways seeks for approval to manage JKIA
‘Ryanair is now in his DNA’: Matt Cooper on the impact of Michael O’Leary
Southwest Airlines employees pay respect to co-founder Herb Kelleher at Tuesday memorial service
St Brendans College trad session on Ryanair flight


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