Published on March 11th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/03/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 4 March:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 March
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 March
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 March
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 March
North America Newsletter 4 March:
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Gainjet Ireland adds Gulfstream G650ER to growing fleet:
Laudamotion increases Dublin to Vienna frequency for Winter 2019:
Aircraft Update:
EI-FDJ Embraer 190STD c/n 19000608 GECAS Ferried Clermont-Ferrand-Amílcar Cabral 09/03/19 ex VT-LVR.
G-BNLY Boeing 747-436 c/n 27090 British Airways Ferried Dublin-London Heathrow 09/03/19 after paint into “Landor” retro colours.
G-CIVB Boeing 747-436 c/n 25811 British Airways Ferried London Heathrow-Dublin 09/03/19 for paint into “Negus” retro colours.
Global Aviation News:
British Airways quietly launches European Aviation Network service
Flights protected in no deal Brexit scenario
IAG SWOT: Europe’s leading legacy airline group hits milestones
Jet Airways grounds aircraft as new era beckons
Jet Envy: the Rival Carriers Europe’s Airline Chiefs Want to Run
Keflavik Airport: heavy decline in passenger traffic forecast for 2019
More carriers ‘to fail’ warn airline bosses
Qatar Air Edges Toward Oneworld Exit, Says It Won’t Be `Bullied’
Singapore Is Luring Air and Sea Traffic With Infrastructure Push
United encourages Boeing to speed up NMA development
United Wants to Make It Easier to Reach Your Connection
Irish Aviation News:
AirAsia acquires four newly-formed Irish aircraft leasing units
Cork-New York flights ‘within two to three years’
Hoteliers told they must fill planes to sustain tourism boom
Increase in unscheduled landings at Shannon
Norwegian Launches Dublin from Hamilton
O’Leary would like woman to lead Ryanair mainline
Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary says airline’s problem is ‘with me’
Ryanair‘s new ‘economical‘ HQ office expansion will be home to 750 staff
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement: A321 production line delay ruins Aer Lingus’s summer
Tweet Picks:
@AvWeekScho .@FlyAirNZ expects to announce 777-200 replacement decision in April-June quarter (its Fiscal Q4).
@jonostrower Nearly 22 years of Next Generation 737 deliveries are coming to a close soon. I can only see a single NG (for Delta) on the field in Renton. All the rest are 737 Max.
@jonostrower You can draw a straight line between Mubadala selling the Chrysler Building, Etihad canceling A350s and 777X and Emirates backing away from the A380.
@R_Wall Airbus not interested in stretching A350-1000 to challenge Boeing’s 777X.
@SpaethFlies Sources indicate German govmt VIP transport arm #Flugbereitschaft #Luftwaffe @bundeswehrInfo might take over an @Airbus #A350 delivery slot from @airmauritius to ensure prompt delivery after embarrassing AOG incidents for #Merkel and others.
Video Picks:
Alaska Airlines CEO: Not focused on daily stock movement, we are running a great airline
IAG CEO Willie Walsh keynote address at A4E
Introducing a shiny, new Alaska experience.
Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr talks about Airport charges
Why Flying In The U.S. Has Never Been Safer


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