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Published on January 30th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 30/01/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 28 January:
Acumen’s intelligent asset lease management software SPARTA.AERO grows in popularityhttp://bit.ly/2DvKI17
Acumen Announces 2018 Operational Review: http://bit.ly/2MmM0OG
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 Januaryhttp://bit.ly/2TdYoDm
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 Januaryhttp://bit.ly/2WpY7Pu
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 28 Januaryhttp://bit.ly/2B7vw8B
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 28 January: http://bit.ly/2G5G2Rh
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 Januaryhttp://bit.ly/2UpO9fn
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Fifth Boeing 737 MAX 8 for Ethiopian Airlines Delivered over Dublin Airport: http://bit.ly/2UdUk5S
Ryanair’s Laudamotion scales up growth plans: http://bit.ly/2MD6XFm
Aircraft Update:
N758MA Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 37247 Miami Air Delivered Shannon-Portsmouth-Miami 25/01/19 in basic TUI yellow colours ex D-ATUB.
VN-A586 Airbus A320-232 c/n 2934 Bamboo Airways First Flight Hanoi-Tho Xuan-Hanoi 26/01/19 ex EI-GHY.
Global Aviation News:
 
Airbus calls Brexit process a disgrace, threatens to leave U.K.
American Airlines Shares Their Fleet Plans For the Next 3 Years
 
Boeing Capital mulls Islamic financing for jet purchases
 
British Airways Details Retirement Plans for 747 Fleet
 
Cathay Pacific becomes easyJet Worldwide partner
 
EASA certifies A330neo for “beyond 180 minutes” ETOPS
Easyjet Calls Itself ‘Very Well Prepared’ for Brexit
Gulf Air and Royal Air Maroc Sign SPA Agreement
IndiGo Appoints Ronojoy Dutta As CEO
 
India’s Skies Need to Get Friendlier
 
Norwegian hopes for Asian routes
Qatar Executive Is the First Commercial Operator of the Ultra-Modern Gulfstream G500 Jet Worldwide
Irish Aviation News:
American Airlines Cargo to utilize new service between Dallas/Fort Worth and Dublin
 
Cawley-backed Flybondi to get lift from Argentina interest rate cuts
Eoghan O’Mara Walsh: ‘Tourism industry must be louder about how vital it is’
 
Gecas may be too big for any buyer – AerCap’s Kelly
Hainan Airlines to Launch Dublin-Shenzhen Non-Stop Service on February 25
High-flying aviation industry one of Ireland’s big successes
Irish firm SONAS Aviation eyes bizjet business for post-Brexit world
Ireland seeking to boost Hong Kong-Dublin frequency
 
Ireland welcomed a record 10.6m overseas visitors in 2018
Jet2 chief executive says air carrier will consider switching to the Belfast-made A220 for next order
Ryan’s dream: Ireland could run air traffic control for the whole of European airspace
Ryan in talks as he targets 2020 Viva Air stock market landing
 
Tito’s partners with ARI to extend Irish duty free footprint
Tweet Picks:
@AeronewsRO COMEBACK? In a meeting with Hamburg’s Mayor, @emirates’ Sir Tim Clark said they intend to launch flights from @HamburgAirport to New York again, a route EK previously served for some time with 777-300ER. Clark says this route would be profitable. @SpaethFlies @HofmannAviation.
@donlav Ireland also needs to do this if it implements the White Paper on Defence. If jets are to replace the PC-9s by 2025.  Planning, training, and testing needs to begin now. So far there is no indication of anything happening.
@e_russell Delta is further adjusting its Japan network in 2019: out is sun-run Honolulu-Fukuoka, in is connecting route Seattle-Osaka.
@e_russell United has launched the 2019 EETC market opener, with a $1.013bn deal to finance 25 new aircraft. $UAL.
@e_russell Interesting note on the 787-10 from United: “[The 787-10] first strategically between Boeing 777-200 (267 seats) and Boeing 777-300ER (366 seats).” United’s -10 seats 318 pax.
Video Picks:
 
British Airways – BA launches BA Magic 100
Fly Better in 2019 | Emirates Airlines
NBA Legends in the Norwegian Premium Cabin
SFO Welcomes LEVEL
Welcome to the most iconic and ultra-luxurious Ethiopian Skylight hotel

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