Published on February 19th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/02/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 18 February:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 February:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 February:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 February:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18 February:
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 February:
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Dublin based Kestral Engineering Delivers 40 Auto-Deflat-Aer Kits to Qantas Airways:
Aircraft Update:
EI-GGA Embraer 195LR c/n 1900184 Stobart Air Delivered Exeter-London Southend 17/02/19 ex G-FBEL.
EI-GGC Embraer 195LR c/n 1900213 Stobart Air Ferried London Southend-East Midlands 16/02/19 for paint ex G-FBEN.
HL8322 Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 34690 Jeju Air Delivered Shannon-Baku-Seoul 16-17/02/19 ex EI-GIY.
N837DM Boeing 737-83N(F) c/n 32613 GECAS Ferried Dothan-Miami 13/02/19 prior delivery ex B-5126.
Global Aviation News:
Air Canada eyes new routes with Airbus A220s
Blue Air and TAROM sign agreements on passenger rights and through check in
Brussels Airlines to build on Africa expertise
Delta, EasyJet Consider Up to $452 Million Alitalia Stake
Flybmi won’t be the last airline failure, say analysts
Jetlines CEO: “Plenty of room” for LCCs in Canada
Swoop’s network ‘will not cannibalise parent WestJet’
Thomas Cook enlists three banks to prepare airline sale – source
$40bn is required to close the demand-capacity gap in Latin America
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Holdings N.V. Reports Financial Results for Full Year 2018 and Announces New Share Repurchase Program
Aircraft Noise (Dublin Airport) Regulation Bill 2018: Report Stage
Belgian pilots overwhelmingly back Ryanair pay and conditions deal
Ryanair outlines 737 MAX 200 London Stansted network in S19
Ryanair seeks to take on BMI Regional crews
SFST forges financial co-operation between Hong Kong and Ireland
SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Boeing 737-8 MAX to Icelandair
The Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury of the Hong Kong Government, Mr James Lau visits Goshawk
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday supplement 17 February 
Tweet Picks:
@AusHCIndia India’s aviation sector is booming.  At the @CAPA_Aviation summit sponsored by @TourismAus – India could reach 1 billion trips pa in 10-15 years, says MoS for Civil Aviation  @jayantsinha.
@capa_india CAPA Advisory & Research: The largest unserved European destinations from India are Dublin and Barcelona. Between India and Australia the key unserved destinations are @PerthAirport and @BrisbaneAirport #CAPASummit #IndianAviation @DublinAirport @aena.
@capa_india .@IndiGo6E Chief Commercial Officer, Willy Boulter: IndiGo will fly 14x weekly to China by end of this year. Ridiculous that the world’s two most populous nations have just 47 weekly flight between them. We will do our bit to address that. #CAPASummit #IndianAviation.
@capa_india Minister of State for Civil Aviation, @jayantsinha: UDAN has resulted in the number of airports with scheduled services increasing from 75 to 103. UDAN 3 will see this rise further to 150. #CAPASummit #IndianAviation.
@HowardSlutsken Reflecting new Canada Transportation Act amendments permitting increases in foreign ownership of airlines from 25% to 49%, Air Canada, WestJet and Transat A.T. will seek shareholder approval to implement these changes.
Video Picks:
Airbus to `Ramp Up’ Other Products After Axing A380, Faury Says
As Amazon Air Expands, FedEx And UPS May Suffe
Emirates Expo 2020 Dubai aircraft model collection takes off
Norwegian Air Offers Heavily Discounted Shares to Shore Up Balance Sheet
Yahoo Finance exclusive: Delta CEO Ed Bastian


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