Published on February 7th, 2019 |
by Trevor Buckley
Daily Aviation Brief – 07/02/2019
Acumen Aviation Newsletters 4 February:
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
EI-ULN Boeing 737-73V c/n 32426 SASOF Aviation Ireland Registered at Ulaanbaatar 30/01/19 ex HL8022.
OE-IAN Airbus A319-132 c/n 2032 Avolon Leasing Registered at Shannon 31/01/19 ex 5B-DCV.
OE-LOE Airbus A320-214 c/n 4269 Laudamotion Ferried Vienna-Larnaca 04/02/19 prior return to lessor.
Global Aviation News:
Air France-KLM Further Consolidates Airline Brands
Air Italy Scales Back Intercontinental Network
American Airlines CEO says ‘no plans’ to raise its stake in China Southern, even as rivals do
Boeing is said to aim to speed 737 jet production in early summer
Europe airline groups 2018 ranking: Lufthansa group still at the top
IATA helps China move paperless Fast Travel beyond domestic flights
International aviation hubs should be created in India: Ajay Singh
Moscow Commits To Reviving Cubana Fleet
Private equity appetite for aircraft lessors takes off, says Fitch
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus Hartford aircraft changes from July 2019
CALC’s Dublin Office Moves to City Center New Premises
Dublin aviation company flies south to avail of hub
John Mulligan: ‘We all knew O’Leary was never going anywhere anytime soon’
Ross blames hotel ‘price-gougers’ as Vat remarks heckled at awards
Ryanair outlines 12 month group restructuring plan, group to become ‘not dissimilar’ to IAG
SMBC Aviation Capital signs seven aircraft SLB deal including PDP financing with Viva Aerobus
Stobart Air adds London Southend – Newquay service from April 2019
Stobart Air strikes deal to operate flights for KLM Cityhopper
Team connections matter at Atlantic Aviation Group
@hemanthcsMIRROR BIAL operators of Kempegowda International Airport and Bengaluru based JNCAR sign first of its kind agreement in India to study fog @BangaloreMirror.
@R_Wall Airbus CFO on the euro — the single currency was a conditional precedent for the European planemaker’s success.
@R_Wall EU-India plan aviation summit in coming 18 months to smooth way to potentially open door to more flights @EU_Commission DG Mobility says.
@winglets747 Garuda’s all-economy A330 (360 seats) to serve greater China. Density and utilisation drive cost difference between FSC and LCC. Interesting how this will go.
@winglets747 The next decade will see serious challenges to IATA’s slot guidelines. This will come from emerging aviation markets, and not only China.
airBaltic at Balttour Travel Trade Fair 2019
Competition among Africa’s aviation heats up
Flying High: Mumbai Air Traffic Control | All Access Mumbai with Milind Deora
Milwaukee airport quietly changes its name
O’Hare International Airport surpasses Atlanta airport as busiest
What It’s Like To Sleep In A Boeing 747 Hotel Room