Published on February 11th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/02/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 4 February:
Acumen appraisers weigh in on the A350-900:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 February
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 February
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 February
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 February
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 February
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Ryanair looking towards Laudamotion fleet replacement from 2023:
Ryanair updates on Boeing 737 MAX 200 deliveries:
Aircraft Update:
D-ASTL Airbus A319-112 c/n 1925 Aircastle Ferried Dusseldorf-Shannon-Keflavik 07-08/02/19 in Germania colours.
EI-GCU Airbus A330-223 c/n 946 I-Fly Ferried Tel Aviv-Moscow Vnukovo 07/02/19 after storage since 27/05/18.
EI-GIY Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 34690 Jeju Air Registered at Shannon prior delivery ex G-FDZJ.
G-BYGC Boeing 747-436 c/n 28523 British Airways Ferried London Heathrow-Dublin 05/02/18 for painting into BOAC retro colours.
N199NC Embraer 190AR c/n 19000199 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Middle Georgia Regional-Lake City Gateway Airport 04/02/19 for paint prior delivery to Helvetic Airways.
Global Aviation News:
Air Baltic planning in-house base maintenance of A220s
airBaltic Selects New York Headquartered Investment Bank Greenhill as Financial Adviser
Airline insolvencies: European carriers take the hit
American Airlines and British Airways to Unify Operations at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport
ANALYSIS: How tough conditions exposed Germania’s flawed strategy
Despite rise in passenger numbers, UIA sees loss for second year in a row
Emirates digital chief Mueller resigns from position
Etihad approaches banks for over US$500 million for Boeing deliveries: sources
Jet2 expands Northern Lights breaks to Iceland
Spirit Airlines Planning for Midyear Order Decision
TUI Shares Lose More Than 1 Billion Pounds on Forecast Cut
Turbulence ahead for airline investors – Analysts say Ryanair and Wizz the pick of the bunch
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus increases Dublin – Seattle service in S19
Brian Gallagher: Cork Airport enters its fourth year of sustained growth
Hainan Airlines To Operate New Dublin-Shenzhen Service
Laudamotion losses to ‘narrow substantially’ in second year of ops: Ryanair
New Aer Lingus CEO has strong Co Wexford roots
Norwegian in Talks To Spin Off Irish Leasing Arm Arctic Aviation Assets Including entire Airbus order book 
Ryanair eyes Montenegro expansion
Ryanair goes head to head with rivals as it launches new routes from Bristol Airport
Walsh swears by consolidation as the key to avoiding turbulence
Tweet Picks:
@AirbusSV Mobile County, Alabama has approved $4 million in economic development incentives for @Airbus to build a new assembly line.
@airlinewriter A Canaccord Genuity analyst who has followed the NMA closely says a launch decision next year “seems very compressed” if @Boeing intends to put the plane in service by 2025.
@LeehamNews Key customers shrug off Boeing’s 2020 NMA launch date.
@LeehamNews With around 70 -7 MAXes ordered, this is not encouraging. Westjet previously swapped 3 for the larger MAX. @SouthwestAir deferred 23 of 30 for a few years. The future for the 7 MAX is BBJ and militry VIPs.
@winglets747 Latin America traffic that AA/JAL forecast to connect to Miami-Tokyo is instead being carried over other hubs (notably Dallas) as they built-up LatAm-Dallas. LatAm-Miami stronger, but some resistance to have Miami-Tokyo. Yet matter of time until someone flies Miami-Asia nonstop.
Video Picks:
Airlines at KCI agree to lower price tag for single-terminal airport
Alaska Airlines – Captain Marvel Plane
Delta’s brand-new A220 planes finally take off
Explore the culture of Dubai | Emirates Airlines
Willie Walsh, CEO of IAG, talks to ITIC about aviation, Irish tourism and Brexit


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