Published on January 31st, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 31/01/2019

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-EYM Airbus A319-111 c/n 2497 Rossiya Airlines Ferried Pulkovo-Woensdrecht 30/01/19 on return to lessor.
LY-VED Airbus A321-211 c/n 3334 Avion Express Ferried Dublin-Manchester 28/01/19 after paint into Thomas Cook colours.
TF-NEO Airbus A320-231N c/n 7560 WOW Air Ferried Keflavik-Copenhagen 29/01/19.
Global Aviation News:
China to take greater share of Asia Pacific tourism by 2023, but Europe was source market with largest growth in 2018
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Ethiopian to Restructure its Entire U.S. Network
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German Zeitfracht wants stake in Romania’s Blue Air
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Interview: Transat’s co-founder on a life in travel
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LEVEL plans Latin America push and evaluates Asia
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Lufthansa Group’s Next Target: Alitalia, Norwegian or Wizz Air?
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Norwegian Air Gets Lifeline With Help From Norway’s Richest
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Selling the merits of a stopover – more and more countries are now seeing the value
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Wow Air CEO reveals the key mistake his airline and low-cost rivals such as Norwegian have made
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Irish Aviation News:
Aviareto confirms Ireland at the center of global aviation
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Bank of Ireland Partners with Aer Lingus to Launch Aer Credit Card
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Irish airlines may offer UK travellers big advantages after Brexit
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ITAA response to closure of Ryanair Holidays
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Laudamotion announces Ryanair acquires 100% shareholding; Lauda commits to 24 aircraft in S19 & signs LOI to grow to 30 aircraft in S20
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Ryanair Launches New Manchester Route To Poitiers
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Ryanair to launch four new routes from Kyiv
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Swissport wins new five-year easyJet ground handling contract in Belfast
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Travel agent plans to be big in Japan for Rugby World Cup
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2018 Busiest Ever Year for Irish Aviation as the IAA Handles a Record-Breaking number of flights
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Tweet Picks:
@COMACAmerica On Jan. 25, #COMAC delivered #ARJ21 B-603M to Chengdu Airlines, the 11th for the airline & COMAC’s 1st delivery of 2019. One day earlier, Chengdu Air also signed a framework agreement with Genghis Khan Airlines to cooperate in developing their ARJ fleets by sharing data & more.
@ghimlay .@Jetblue expects to have 70 A320s with the new cabin interior by end-2019, says CFO Steve Priest.
@ghimlay .@JetBlue will see delays to its A321neos this year. Instead of taking 13 as planned, it will now take at least only six.
@HofmannAviation I expect, that Vienna will become the fastest growing airport (in terms of bigger airports) in Europe in the first part of 2019.
@TalibHashem Dubai Airport before becoming one of the busiest airports in the world now. Used to have the capacity of only 200. Legend has it the airport manager used to lock the doors at 13:15 and go back home with the keys. Today we have gas stations this big. @rogerframes #Dubai.
Video Picks:
Discover Ireland with Qatar Airways
Dubai Airports CEO Annual Report 2018
Emirates A380 in Dubai Miracle Garden
Energy Efficiency in Ukrainian Aviation Infrastructure
Ethiopian Airlines Go Digital Book, Pay, Check in & Board with your Mobile


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