Published on February 21st, 2019 |
by Alan Dwyer
Daily Aviation Brief – 21/02/2019
Acumen Aviation Newsletters 18 February:
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Dublin based Kestral Engineering Delivers 40 Auto-Deflat-Aer Kits to Qantas Airways
D-ABKM Boeing 737-86J c/n 37755 TUIfly Ferried Shannon-Cologne 18/02/19 after painting into Eurowings colours.
OE-IIF Boeing 737-86N c/n 38012 Derryveach Aviation Ferried Jinan-Astana-Ostrava 19-20/02/19 ex B-5563.
VQ-BXP Airbus A320-251N c/n 7995 GECAS Ferried Teruel-Dublin 20/02/19 for painting ex PR-OBO.
Global Aviation News:
Boeing’s 777X Will Benefit From the Airbus A380’s Demise
Bombardier Launches Mobile Response Challenger 300 in Europe
Corendon opens base in Cologne/Bonn with one Boeing 737 MAX 8
Emirates closes in on Apple in brand intimacy rankings
Exchange Income Corporation’s Subsidiary, Regional One, Completes Joint Venture with SkyWest, Inc.
Finnair sees shares take off after beating analysts’ expectations for Q4
Heathrow slot auction risks ‘higher costs, less choice and less investment’
Hi Fly Wants To Acquire More Second Hand Airbus A380’s To Charter
Romania’s Blue Air and Tarom sign strategic partnership
Why a Major Indian Airline Is Being Sold for 1 Cent
Irish Aviation News:
Adria to take CityJet Sukhois
Aer Lingus signs car hire partnership with Avis Budget Group
AES Global Extends Presence to Ireland
Cork Airport Hosts Top European Aviation Forum
Cork Airport Forecasts Further Growth in 2019
New Derry to London route in operation ‘within month’
Record January At Dublin Airport
SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A320-251neo to Sky
@Airlineroute El Al Israel Airlines’ tentative last 2 747-400 service scheduled on 26OCT19, London Heathrow to Tel Aviv LY318 followed by New York JFK to Tel Aviv LY008. Both arrives Tel Aviv on 27OCT19. Further changes likely.
@Airlineroute From mid-Feb 2019 to late-March 2019, MIAT Mongolian Airlines 737 MAX 8 to serve Berlin, Moscow, Hong Kong and Bangkok.
@dominicgates .@Boeing announced a big investment in @Aerion’s AS2 supersonic business jet, supplanting Lockheed Martin. The 12-passenger AS2 is designed to fly over the ocean at speeds up to Mach 1.4 or about 1,000 mph. First flight due in 2023.
@KianiKress And next step in consolidation: @ThomasCook_DE mulls selling it’s Airlines like @Condor even if they’re profitable – cause there is more money in hotels.
@KianiKress What @airberlin demise? German air traffic grew 4,1% pax but 3,9% movements, slightly less due to load factor challenged new services by @easyjet #laudamotion – highest growth rate Berlin Tegel, lowest in @ryanair “strong”holds #hahn #Weeze.
American Airlines, Blade partner to give luxury fliers helicopter rides to the airport
Aviation and Logistics Outlook 2019
British Airways – BOAC 747 Arrival with ATC
Chief executive Alex Cruz discusses British Airways’ plans for 2019
SA Airways to reorganise in turnaround drive | Money Talks
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