Published on January 28th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/01/2019

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:
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Fifth Boeing 737 MAX 8 for Ethiopian Airlines Delivered over Dublin Airport:
Ryanair’s Laudamotion scales up growth plans:
Aircraft Update:
EI-DVL Airbus A320-214 c/n 4678 Aer Lingus First Service Dublin-Milan Malpensa-Dublin 25/01/19 after paint into new colours.
7T-VJG Boeing 767-3D6 c/n 24766 Air Algérie Ferried Algiers-Shannon-Montréal-Portsmouth-Brooksville–Tampa Bay Regional 18-21/01/19 in basic colours for part-out & scrap.
7T-VJI Boeing 767-3D6 c/n 24768 Air Algérie Ferried Algiers-Shannon-Montréal-Portsmouth-Brooksville–Tampa Bay Regional 24/01/19 in basic colours for part-out & scrap.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus new A220 is more of a match for the A320neo than Airbus says
Boeing’s high-capacity 737-8 makes first flight
CCO: Lufthansa Cargo to add four 777Fs, speed up MD-11F phaseout
Delta and United see some headwinds emerging in the trans-Atlantic after a strong 2018
Look at entire portfolio when investing in sub-types, Airbus and Boeing say
PIPs planned for A220 to improve operating costs
Rolls-Royces sees NMA “addressable” market as 4,000-5,000, same as Boeing
Rolls sees end of Trent 1000 issues, but a spike in 787 AOG possible
Winter Is Coming for Norwegian Air Shuttle
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus may need up to 380 more pilots for new aircraft and transatlantic routes
Breaking Travel News interview: Niall Gibbons, chief executive, Tourism Ireland
Cork Airport Appoints New Head Of Aviation Business Development
Davy tips Ryanair and airline sector to rise
Ireland West Airport Knock planning further expansion and development of new routes
Ryanair partners with SiteMinder to increase hotel distribution following Ryanair Holidays closure
SMBC chief predicts rise of smaller transatlantic jets
Transatlantic Routes Key to Shannon’s Growth Says Aviation Chief
Unions reject Norwegian’s cost-cutting plan for Dublin base
Tweet Picks:
@AirlineFlyer .@_LaCompagnie has filed its first A321neoLR flights starting June 6, delayed from the original EIS of April. It’ll feature 76 seats, two mire than its existing 757. #PaxEx.
@AirlineFlyer .@SAS reportedly leasing thee A321neoLRs for flights to “North America, the Middle East and India.” SAS used to lease 737s with flat bed biz seats for some US flights.
@ghimlay Another airline leaves Mexico City – @SouthwestAir will cease service there on 30 March. Airline says it is reallocating resources to better opportunities within its existing network.
@ghimlay .@SouthwestAir has added nine more leased 737 Max 8s to its deliveries for 2019, for a total of 16 leased Max 8s. Airline is also taking delivery of seven owned Max 7s and 21 owned Max 8s. Southwest will retire around 20 737-700s this year, says CFO Tammy Romo.
@ghimlay More than half of @viajaVolaris fleet will be the A320neo family by 2022, says Volaris CEO @kikebeltranena. Airline is seeing around 99.8% operational reliability with the neos after resolving issues with the Pratt engines.
@LeehamNews Rolls-Royces sees NMA “addressable” market as 4,000-5,000, same as Boeing.
Video Picks:
Changi Airport: A Leading Air Cargo Hub
Eoghan Corry Good Morning Ulster Jan 18 2019
How JetBlue Is Challenging American, United and Delta
Routes Europe Uncovered: How airports attract airlines
Southwest Airlines CEO: The shutdown could break the system


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