Published on February 18th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/02/2019

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:
Dublin based Kestral Engineering Delivers 40 Auto-Deflat-Aer Kits to Qantas Airways:
Aircraft Update:
EI-RJH RJ85 c/n 2345 Cityjet Ferried Dublin-Reykjavik-Kangerlussuaq-Iqaluit 16/02/19.
PR-MBD Airbus A320-232 c/n 2838 Laudamotion being prepare for delivery at San Jose 15/02/19.
2-EAHE Airbus A320-214 c/n 1041 Aircastle Ferried Shannon-Bangor 15/01/19 ex XU-802.
Global Aviation News:
airBaltic and Mouzenidis Travel Launches Charter Flights to Corfu
Airbus CEO: Era of four engine aircraft coming to an end, A380 ‘burdened us for many many years’
Emirates to link Phnom Penh and Bangkok with daily service from Dubai
Etihad Airways to deploy latest generation 787 Dreamliners on all its flights to China
EU Parliament to allow UK airlines to continue EU-UK routes for 12 month period after Brexit: report
JetBlue and Spirit: utilizing low hanging fruit to drive ancillaries
KLM staff support boss with petition
Lithuania to look for airlines for business flights to Paris, Munich, transmin says
MAB: Amal takes to the skies
Norwegian Air SWOT analysis: innovative but over expanded
North Atlantic airline joint ventures: under the regulatory spotlight
Travel Boom Drives Multi-Billion Indonesian Airports Expansion
Irish Aviation News:
Avolon Announces Pricing Of Us$1.1 Billion Senior Unsecured Notes Offering
Avolon’s Senior Unsecured Notes Upgraded By S&p Global To Bb+
Dublin Airport expansion: Shannon and Cork worthy of funds too
IAA welcomes new aircraft surveillance software from Aireon
Irish risk takers penalised by tax, says Avolon chief
Marymount University Hospital Is Cork Airport’s 2019 Charity Of The Year
Moody’s Revises Avolon’s Outlook to Positive
Ryanair interested in buying Thomas Cook airline slots
SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A320-251 NEO aircraft to Sky Airline S.A
Southend Airport celebrates its 1,000,000th Stobart Air passenger
TDs raise Airport runway extension as wait continues
Too many cheap seats being sold by airlines, insists aircraft leasing boss
US congressman criticises Irish aviation’s ‘permissive’ labour model
Tweet Picks:
@e_russell Spirit plans to debut a new app soon, something it will use to push to increase the sale of ancillaries to pax. $SAVE.
@e_russell New route for @VirginAtlantic: daily London Heathrow-Tel Aviv with an A330-300 from 25SEP19. Service will be timed to connect with Delta + Virgin’s transatlantic flights via LHR.
@FlightDetect Aer Lingus will be sending their new A321LR to Europe when they get back from crossing the Atlantic. This means international grade sleeper seats on European routes.
@R_Wall Airbus had no new airliner orders in January. Takes 8 Qantas A380s and 5 A220-100s out of the orderbook.
@winglets747 Perhaps the Emirates and Etihad Airbus order changes should be viewed in tandem. Emirates ordering 40 A330neos and 30 A350s isn’t merely a swap for its A380 orders – it also offsets Etihad’s cancellation of 42 A350s.
Video Picks:
AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes On Building The Airline Into Multi-Billion Dollar Brand
Global Aircraft – The Smooth Ride Fly-off
The Cayman Islands salutes the arrival of Cayman Airways’ brand new Boeing 737 Max 8
Tommy Broughan TD’s contribution to some amendments on the Aircraft Noise Bill
Tony Fernandes Describes The Moment He Decided To Buy An Airline


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