Published on January 29th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/01/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 28 January:

Acumen’s intelligent asset lease management software SPARTA.AERO grows in popularity:
Acumen Announces 2018 Operational Review:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 January:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 January:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 28 January:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 28 January:
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 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-DVN Airbus A320-214 c/n 4755 Aer Lingus Ferried Dublin-Shannon 26/01/19 for painting into new colours.
HL8322 Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 34690 Jeju Air Registered at Shannon 26/01/19 prior delivery ex G-FDZJ.
OY-YAE ATR72-212A(600) c/n 705 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Naples-Billund 25/01/19 after wet-lease to Mistral Air.
Global Aviation News:
AirAsia CEO reiterates need for infra, low-cost terminals
British Airways will celebrate its 100th birthday with 100 acts of kindness
British Airways upgrades premium economy as part of £6.5bn investment
Delta Air Delays U.S. Debut of Airbus A220 on FAA Shutdown
Fast-growing Russia’s iFly becomes an all-Airbus operator
Government Awards 235 Routes Under Regional Air Connectivity Scheme
Gulf Carrier Cooperation Or Consolidation?
Iberia to study Madrid flight viability at Corvera airport
JetBlue sees delays to A321neos, pushes out A220 deliveries
Low-cost carrier Pobeda threatens to cancel all international flights from St Petersburg
New Emirates baggage policies from February 4
Qatar Airways committed to boost passenger traffic to Sweden: Al-Baker
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus applies to join IAG/American Airlines joint venture
Aer Lingus owner IAG to sell Norwegian Air shares
Aer Lingus invests in ambition to grow Dublin as transit hub
American Airlines keen to grow Irish-US routes in partnership with Aer Lingus
Around two million Irish people will go on holidays in 2019
Ethiopian Airlines Dublin route changes for Summer 2019
North Americans explain why they choose Aer Lingus as their gateway to Europe
Ryanair to add 20 extra May flights from Stansted
Ryanair launches 150 of its Winter 2019 routes early
Ryanair to launch four new routes from Ukraine to Germany
Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 27 January
Tweet Picks:
@AusBT Qantas looks at cafes, gyms and ‘chill zones’ for non-stop 20 hour flights from Sydney and Melbourne to London and New York.
@ethanklapper I think over the past 35 days, Americans have gotten an opportunity to learn about the U.S. air transportation system and how much it depends on the U.S. government. Sure, “deregulation” happened in 1978, but aviation in the U.S. is still very heavily regulated.
@jonostrower Delta has subbed in an A319 in place of the A220 for first LGA-DFW leg that was planned for the jet’s inaugural U.S. service on Thursday.
@winglets747 60% of American Airlines customers initially interested in basic economy product buy up to more expensive fare – which, on average, is $26 more.
@winglets747 2018 was the first year American Airlines’ annual cargo revenue exceeded US$1 billion. This is all from belly space as American does not operate freighter aircraft.
Video Picks:
Airbus CEO urges UK decision makers to avoid no-deal Brexit
American Airlines counts down to Dublin-Dallas launch, Jan 25 2019
SpiceJet CMD Ajay Singh At Davos 2019
Watch CNBC’s exclusive interview with Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly following Q4 earnings report
Why Airbus and Boeing are the only two companies to dominate 99% of the large plane market


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