Published on March 4th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/03/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 25 February:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 February
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 February
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 25 February
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25 February
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 February
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Gainjet Ireland Adds Global 5000 to fleet:
Private Sky Adds Gulfstream 550 EI-EGO to fleet:
Aircraft Update:
EI-GKX Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 39093 Registered at Shannon 23/02/19 ex OO-JAD.
N2631F Boeing 767-352 c/n 26261 AerSale Ferried St Athan-Portsmouth-Roswell 01/03/19 ex 5N-BQN.
TC-CON Boeing 737-81D c/n 39412 Corendon Air Delivered Budapest-Antalya 26/02/19  ex EI-FJC.
Global Aviation News:
Bankers fret over IAG’s 777X order. What they could learn from Asia-Pac 
Ethiopian Airlines Takes Delivery of B737 Freighter
International Airlines Group Full Year Results
La Compagnie details plans for A321neo service
MUFG to Acquire Aviation Finance division from DVB Bank
SAS Scandinavian Airlines CEO outlines A321LR services
SAS Plans Airbus A321LR Test Runs In 2020
Update on negotiations between Indigo Partners and WOW air
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus is to move to T4 in Madrid [Spanish]
Aer Lingus 2018 results: Maintaining progress on our ambitious growth strategy
ASG opens up a US-based facility in partnership with the American Aviation Academy (AAA)
Flybmi collapse a ‘missed opportunity’ for City of Derry Airport exit
Ryanair announces new weekly service to Tenerife from Ireland West Airport for Winter
Ryanair reaches agreement with German pilot union
Ryanair S19 network additions as of 28FEB19
Shannon Airport Reflects As Concorde Anniversary Celebrated
Walsh: right jets will drive Aer Lingus growth
Tweet Picks:
@ghimlay .@Aeromexico will operate from just one airport in Mexico City, its CEO says three-airport system is unfeasible for connectivity. The airline has also slowed down its regional jet renewal plan, due to infrastructure squeeze in Mexico #AviationSummitMEX.
@ghimlay LATAM has cancelled its plan to begin Munich service in June from São Paulo, citing overcapacity between Brazil and Europe. ASMs in the market are up 15% this quarter, compared to 2018. Azul, for example, has boosted VCP-LIS capacity by about half.
@jonostrower Airbus Said to Consider Making A330neo in China to Win Orders.
@JohnLStrickland Where some #airlines falter, others concede defeat, #IAG muscles on with strong profitability in 2018 13% profit margin & special dividend too.
@NYCAviation Could April 10th finally be the day we hear about JetBlue’s transatlantic plans and the aircraft needed to fly those routes? #AvGeek.
Video Picks:
Abdullah Al Sayed outlines big plans for Rwanda’s aviation industry
Challenges And Opportunities For Women In Aviation
Single African air transport market tops agenda at Kigali Aviation summit
This is how Rwanda can benefit from SAATM – Minister of Transport
What is the American Airlines headquarters like at night?


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