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Published on February 6th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 06/02/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 4 February:
Acumen Announces Airbus A330 and 2- Reg CAMO Approval: http://bit.ly/2WAC6h0
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 Februaryhttp://bit.ly/2MOUiPt
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 Februaryhttp://bit.ly/2WG6dnt
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 Februaryhttp://bit.ly/2UEvrR0
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 Februaryhttp://bit.ly/2G8iwDR
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 Februaryhttp://bit.ly/2DTROwF
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 planshttp://bit.ly/2MD6XFm
Aircraft Update:
D-ABKJ Boeing 737-86J c/n 37749 TUIFly Ferried Hannover-Shannon 30/01/19 in Air Berlin colours for paint.
EI-GIM Boeing 737-86Q c/n 30289 Blue Panoranm Airlines at San José 29/01/19 in full cs prior delivery ex VP-CNG.
2-MMYD ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1187 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Sønderborg-Bydgoszcz 31/01/19.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus statement on commercial discussions with Emirates Airline
 
Airlines’ ‘Mr. Fix It’ wants to save the world’s worst carrier
American Airlines takes delivery of its first A321neo
 
CFM Logs More Than 3,300 Engine Orders in 2018
Emirates Forges Codeshare Partnership with China Southern Airlines
EU gives airlines deadline for no-deal Brexit
GetJet Airlines receives Its first widebody with delivery of Airbus A330-300
 
Qantas Acquires 19.9 Per Cent Stake In Alliance Airlines
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus Hartford aircraft changes from July 2019
Car hire mogul bids to build airport campus
DAA plan to axe taxiways set to cut runway cost
Design: Reaction to the Aer Lingus rebrand 
dnata Travel announces 63.5% increase in UAE visitors to Ireland in 2018
 
IAG CEO Willie Walsh – No-deal Brexit would not impact passenger numbers
Ryanair Reports Q3 Loss Of €20m (Excl Lauda) Lower Fares Leads To Stronger Growth As Competitors Fail
Tweet Picks:
@juliejohnsson Our story from Friday: Emirates is mulling topping up its 150-jet 777X order as part of a complex fleet strategy reboot. The 777-9, with seating for up to 425, would fill in for the A380 — *if* the latest deal is scrapped.
@nuts2406 Coffee grounds from all the F&B outlets in Bangalore Airport are packed for passengers to pick up and use in their kitchen gardens. What a great way of giving back.
@Schlangenstein Southwest Airlines will make its first flight to Hawaii this week as the next step in securing FAA ETOPs approval, CEO Gary Kelly tells workers. The airline hasn’t specified a day for the OAK-HNL flight.
@SimonCalder British passports. Until 29 March you are entitled to go anywhere in the EU up to and including the expiry date. In the event of a no-deal Brexit, a passport that expires in 14 months 29 days may be deemed by the UK government to have insufficient validity.
@talkairlines Air Senegal appears to have become the launch customer of the @STELIAAEROSPACE Opal model. The first Senegalese Airbus A330-900neo also features @SafranSeats 5810 in Premium Economy and what seems like Safran Z300 in Economy. IFE model is @SafranAerosys RAVE.
Video Picks:
FAA: Chicago’s O’Hare Was Busiest Airport In U.S. Last Year
Maria Lumiaho | Creating the next-level of flight experience
Ryanair Will Continue to Prioritize Increasing Market Share, Says CFO
Travel Air 6000 Restoration Project Interview
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