Published on March 12th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/03/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 11 March:
A study of three critical asset management scenarios by Donal Lowry – Head of Asset Management:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 March:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 March:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 11 March:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 11 March:
North America Newsletter 11 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-GHM Airbus A320-232 c/n 2171 Castlelake Ferried Doha-Larnaca 10/03/19 ex A7-ADI.
EI-RJD RJ85 c/n 2334 Cityjet Ferried Dublin-Rome Fiumicino 09/03/19 for paint into Aer Lingus colours prior wet-lease;
EI-RJI RJ85 c/n 2346 Cityjet Ferried Rome Fiumicino-Dublin 10/03/19 after paint into Aer Lingus colours prior wet-lease ops
Global Aviation News:
AirAsia’s Fernandes on long-haul, low-cost
Expectations high for new Turkish connection to Indonesia 
India needs to revamp airport processes: IATA
Interview: Fast-growing Bengaluru ready for next chapter
Lufthansa to be active in consolidation, no comment on Condor: CEO
Making the first move: Tony Douglas, Etihad Group
Size and speed: Pieter Elbers, KLM
Stuck on autopilot? British Airways’ challenge to regain its glittering past
Wizz Air readies for Macedonia expansion
60 seconds with… Joerg Eberhart, Air Dolomiti
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus drops mandatory make-up rule for cabin crew
DAA deal to give bonus instead of profit share
Etihad Airways Flies the Irish Special Olympics Team
Fly Leasing Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2018 Financial Results
Milestone Diversifies as Offshore Continues Recovery
Minister’s intervention highlights airport EU connectivity issue
Ryanair to enter Armenia civil aviation market  
SMBC Aviation Capital delivers Airbus A320neo to Gulf Air
Tweet Picks:
@AirTalk “We’re really dealing with unprecedented situations in modern air safety that we haven’t seen for many, many decades… having two crashes of a newly certified aircraft… does not happen in the 21st century” says @jonostrower.
@CebuPacificAir CEB COO @mikeshau talks about continuing to serve the public and the passengers. “Our dream airport is operational efficiency, cost efficiency to be able to not burden the public when they travel, and infrastructure that enables airlines to grow.” #RoutesAsia
@CebuPacificAir CEB COO @mikeshau: “LCCs is a stepping stone for first travel for a lot of passengers in southest asia. We are not doing it just for market reach but also for commercial sense since we are also accountable to our shareholders.” #RoutesAsia
@CebuPacificAir CEB COO @mikeshau: “We grow where the volume will be and where it makes business sense. Our source of traffic is very much PH centric though we want to diversify our source of traffic by bringing in more foreigners in partnership with @TourismPHL.” #RoutesAsia.
@_nicolaclark « The significance of the CAAC’s decision cannot be overstated and comes as the regulator is a growing force in global aviation. Chinese airlines make up fully one-third of all 737 deliveries »
Video Picks:
AirAsia announces fund for start-ups in Southeast Asia
Delta CEO: Anticipate top-line growth between 5, 6 percent in the quarter
Experience Economy Class Like Never Before – Qatar Airways
President Scott Kirby: We are growing in a way that is good for United
United Airlines CEO on the company’s future


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