Published on February 14th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/02/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 11 February:
Acumen appraisers weigh in on the A350-900
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 February
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 February
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 11 February
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 11 February
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 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-ABKJ Boeing 737-86J c/n 37749 TuiFly Ferried Shannon-Hannover 13/02/19 after paint into Eurowings colours.
D-ABKM Boeing 737-86J c/n 37755 TuiFly Ferried Hannover-Shannon 11/02/19 for paint into Eurowings colours.
LZ-AWS Airbus A321-112 c/n 514 AWAS Registered at Bristol 12/02/19 in basic Alitalia colours ex I-BIXM.
2-MMYD ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1187 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Bydgoszcz-Billund 13/02/19.
Global Aviation News:
African Commission Pushes Nations to Join Single Market
Attracting low cost airline funding: leasing is pleasing
Branded fares: US value-add hybrid airlines work up basic economy
Britain’s Aerospace Industry Declines On Brexit Uncertainty
Cathay Pacific to Close Cabin Crew Base in Toronto
Delta, EasyJet Are in Advanced Talks for Alitalia Revamp
How One Crash 10 Years Ago Helped Keep 90 Million Flights Safe
Norwegian Air Builds Up London Long-Haul Office to Lure Talent
Norwegian Air: U.S.-Caribbean routes will not return
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus Starts Selling A321LR Shorthaul Business Class
Avolon 2018 Full Year Results
Calls grow for prompt Waterford Airport funding decision
IAA-Aireon Case Study
Impact on Northern Ireland of Flybe deal may merit closer scrutiny
Laudamotion to deploy two extra A320 aircraft at Palma de Mallorca Airport
NAC delivered one new ATR 72-600, MSN 1464, to Far Eastern Air Transport Corporation (FAT) on lease
STAR Capital Agrees to Acquire ASL Aviation Holdings
View from Dublin: reading between the lines at Ryanair
Tweet Picks:
@capa_india Ajay Singh, Chairman & MD @flyspicejet: It is a shame that a market the size of India does not finance its own aircraft. But Indian banks have limited knowledge & experience of the sector. May need to follow Chinese model of acquiring global lessors. #CAPASummit #IndiaAviation.
@capa_india Ajay Singh, Chairman and MD @flyspicejet: Right now the numbers do not stack up for wide body operations, but we continue to study it. One stop long haul narrow body operations are unlikely to be as successful as non-stop services. #CAPASummit #IndiaAviation.
@capa_india CAPA Advisory & Research: Indian carriers expected to add 90 aircraft in FY2020, of which 30-35 are expected to be deployed on international routes. Fleet would reach a size of 754 aircraft by Mar-2020. #CAPASummit #IndianAviation.
@capa_india CAPA Advisory & Research: In FY2019 there were an additional 21.2mn seats deployed on domestic Indian routes. All of this growth has been delivered by LCCs and two-thirds of it by @IndiGo6E alone. #CAPASummit #IndianAviation
@capa_india .@TourismAus MD, John O’Sullivan: India is Australia’s 8th largest and fastest growing inbound source market. Visitor arrivals up 18% in the last 12 months to 352,000. 5th consecutive year of double-digit arrivals. Market has almost doubled in 5 years. #CAPASummit @Australia.
Video Picks:
Aer Lingus Inaugural B747 flight Dublin to JFK 1971
Indian Aviation: CAPA’s Forecast
Milan Bergamo Airport – Opening of the construction site for the expansion of the east side
QAVS 2min Ceremony only – Ulster Aviation Society 50th Dinner – Sept 2018
Take a look at SAS’ next generation lounges


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