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Published on March 7th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 07/03/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 4 March:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 Marchhttp://bit.ly/2C1YbMI
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 Marchhttp://bit.ly/2IODLwB
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 Marchhttp://bit.ly/2C4cgJL
 
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 Marchhttp://bit.ly/2Ui28Ek
North America Newsletter 4 March: http://bit.ly/2IPDtpm
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Gainjet Ireland Adds Global 5000 to fleethttp://bit.ly/2XCj4aO
Private Sky Adds Gulfstream 550 EI-EGO to fleethttp://bit.ly/2H9UsA6
Aircraft Update:
HB-JVS Embraer 190LR c/n 19000265 Helvetic Airways Delivered San José-Halifax-Shannon-Zurich 01/02-03/19 ex N983TA.
P4-KCC Embraer 190LR c/n 19000418 Air Astana Ferried Oral Ak Zhol-Exeter 01/03/19 for Nordic Aviation Capital.
Global Aviation News:
Aegean Airlines set for 7-year bond issue to fund fleet renewal
 
Airlines Want You to Burn Your Miles
BA takes on former Monarch Engineering apprentices
British Airways: a redefined first-class service prepares for take-off
 
Cathay in Talks to Buy Shares in Hong Kong Express
 
China Ready for Foreign Long-Haul Service to Tier 3 Airports
 
Comment: Flybe – a good deal?
Lufthansa Group expands tourist-oriented long-haul portfolio in Frankfurt and Munich with Eurowings
Sikorsky Unveils New S-92 Variants
The world’s longest-running airlines
United Airlines Announces New Nonstop Service Between Washington, D.C. and Tel Aviv
Irish Aviation News:
 
Aer Lingus To Scale Back Shannon-JFK Route Due To Aircraft Delivery Issue
 
Carlisle Airport launch: Stobart bosses thank people for their patience
IAG CEO Willie Walsh says new Norwegian bid unlikely, but ‘never say never’
 
O’Leary eyes another airline to join new holding company
Ryanair eyes Airbus for Laudamotion, Boeing MAX 10 for main fleet
 
‘Shocking’ lack of progress on Brexit, says IAG CEO Willie Walsh
 
43 million passengers approved! “We are going to account for up to half the growth in London in the next 10 years” – London Stansted CEO Ken O’Toole
Tweet Picks:
@Airlineroute Turkish Airlines 737 MAX 9 to serve Dublin from 31MAR19.
@ATWMoores IAG CEO WIllie Walsh just likened new aircraft operating in inefficient airspace to car drivers being limited to driving with just three gears. “We’ve been spending billions on new equipment and not able to use it properly.” #A4ESUMMIT .
@Flighteditor If they don’t go bust, Norwegian will at least need a major financial restructuring when their current cash runs out later this year, predicts Michael O’Leary at #A4ESUMMIT.
@Flighteditor You have to hand it to the Irish. They do punch above their weight when it comes to top echelons of aviation. Walsh, O’Leary and now Eurocontrol’s Brennan are stars of #A4ESUMMIT. Then, there’s Joyce, Slattery and half the airline finance industry. Not bad for a nation of 4.75m.
@Gaussm European airlines like @airBaltic do a good job. For example investing in fuel efficient aircraft like the Airbus #A220. The inefficiency of some of the European Air Service providers cause unnecessary costs and additional CO2 emissions. Talking about it at #A4ESummit.
Video Picks:
Airlines Want You to Use Those Frequent-Flyer Miles
Cathay in talks to buy shares in budget Hong Kong rival
International Airlines Group CEO Willie Walsh explains why he picked the Boeing 777 to replace the Boeing 747 in British Airways’ fleet
Routes Europe Uncovered: how airports attract airlines – In 4 words
Southwest CEO: We will have the ‘Southwest Effect’ for Hawaii flights

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