Published on February 1st, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/02/2019

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:
C-GHPD Airbus A321-211 c/n 5681 Air Canada Delivered Keflavik-Winnipeg 30/01/19 ex TF-KID.
EI-FWF Sukhoi RRJ95B c/n 95118 Cityjet Ferried Dublin-Shannon 30/01/19 in basic Brussels Airlines colours for storage.
TF-GAY Airbus A330-343 c/n 1098 WOW Air Last Service Keflavik-LAX-Keflavik 20-21/01/19 parked since.
Global Aviation News:
African Countries Set To Relaunch National Carriers
ANA invests in Philippine Airlines as PAL expands
Boeing’s Decision of the Decade: Does It Build the 797?
DLR: cleaner aircraft emissions reduce the climate impact of contrail cirrus
Eurocontrol predicts another summer of flight chaos
Future of the Airbus A380 on the Line as Emirates Considers A350 Switch
Macau opens aviation sector after 25-year stranglehold, but can new local airlines take off?
‘Moment to celebrate’ as CORSIA begins
MROs Look To High Schools To Alleviate Mx Tech Shortage
Nigeria to decide on private investor for planned airline by first half of 2019
Norwegian re-thinks fleet plans
On the same wavelength: Antonoaldo Neves, TAP Air Portugal
Qatar Airways Converts 10 of its 50 Airbus A321neo on Order to the Longer Range Airbus A321LR
US airlines’ trans Atlantic market softens as Brexit looms
United Drops Fee for In-Flight Satellite Television, Movies
Irish Aviation News:
Goshawk takes delivery of two 737-MAX8 on lease to SpiceJet
Here is Aer Lingus’ new Airbus A321LR business class
IASA’s 4th Annual Aviation Symposium
‘Proud Townie’ Slattery says strong passenger throughput critical for Shannon
Nordic Aviation Capital formally welcomes GIC as a new shareholder
Ryanair cabin crew on board with new labor agreement talks
Ryanair ‘could buy more small airlines’ 
Ryanair’s Laudamotion in talks with ‘more than 50 airports’
Shannon Group boosted economy in 2018
Skift Brings Megatrends Event to EPIC in Dublin
TrueNoord leases five new ATR 72-600s to IndiGo
Tweet Picks:
@e_russell “Mexico City was just never a market that would work well with the Southwest model. Southwest has always looked at international as an extension of the US market, and that was the first problem for Mexico City’s survival in the network.” @crankyflier.
@e_russell “The 787-10 [has] 66 more seats and more payload in United’s configuration… with about 1,000 nautical miles less range than the -9.” -Moody’s on United’s -10s.
@ghimlay .@Aeromexico, after dropping plans for Barcelona service and blaming Emirates for it, will now begin the flights from 15 June, 3x/weekly on the 787-8. Emirates was told by Mexican authorities last year that they could operate only thrice weekly, not daily – and chose to not start.
@R_Wall Boeing forecasts 895 to 905 commercial aircraft deliveries in 2019.
@R_Wall @Boeing CEO: still work to do on 737 production line recovery effort (supply chain and at Boeing) — engines still need work with more Boeing folks sent to @CFM_engines.
Video Picks:
British Airways – A Year in the Life (2018)
Dublin Airport Partner Exchange 2019
Is it the coincidence that the oldest airlines in the world are the most digitally savvy too?
Lunar New Year 2019 | We wish you happiness and prosperity | Emirates Airlines
RDU says it needs more gates at Terminal 2 in order to attract more international airlines


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