Published on March 13th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/03/2019

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:
A6-FNA Boeing 737 MAX 9 c/n 60977 FlyDubai Delivered Greensboro-Shannon-Dubai 12/13-03/19.
N842DH Boeing 767‑304 c/n 28042 DHL Air Ferried Shannon-Abu Dhabi-Paya Lebar, 06-08/03/19 for freighter conversion ex EI-FMR.
OE-IIK Airbus A320-232 c/n 739 CIT Aerospace Ferried Lourdes-Castellón 12/03/19 for part-out & scrap ex LY-SPJ.
2-MFIF ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1259 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Mönchengladbach-Kristiansand-Billund 11/03/19 ex 9M-FIF.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus A330neo Coming Back To Life
Azul Signs Non-Binding Agreement to Acquire Selected Assets of Avianca Brasil
Boeing indicating ‘full speed ahead’ for mid-sized jet, Air Lease CEO says
China’s Airlines See Best On-Time Performance in Almost 10 Years: Official
EASA suspends all Boeing 737 Max operations in Europe
Emirates Used Airbus A380 As Bait To Obtain Discounts
Indigo Partners Considers Investing Further in WOW air
Japan’s First Medium to Long-Haul Low-Cost Carrier “ZIPAIR Tokyo” Now Established
Lauda Motion announces all year round flights from Germany to Croatia
LCCs Set To Catalyze Argentine Growth
Russia To Convert Tu-204 Passenger Jets into Freighters
Tokyo Airport Route Case Foreshadows Massive And Risky Route Shifts
Zadar Airport Announces 70 Million Euro Expansion for Long Haul Flights
Irish Aviation News:
At least 224 Boeing 737 MAX 8s owned or ordered by Irish firms
IAA Statement – Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft – Temporary suspension of operations
Pascall+Watson Prepares Dublin Airport’s Development Plan
Qantas Airways CEO Alan Joyce Invites 10-Year-Old Who Started His Own ‘Airline’ to Meet Him
Ryanair launches 2019 environmental partnerships
Ryanair: O’Leary plans to create a Spanish subsidiary [Spanish]
Stobart Air to Cancel Dublin to Southend Route
Will business travellers take the Ryanair choice to fly?
Willie Walsh receives more than €2.2 million in IAG shares [Spanish]
Tweet Picks:
@e_russell Delta MD of fleet management Daniel Pietzrak says the #A220 is beating all performance specs from Airbus/Bombardier, despite some teething issues.
@e_russell United is considering doubling the number of flights it operates from @Dulles_Airport, in what could be its single largest expansion there since it opened its hub at Dulles in 1986.
@ghimlay Catching up on Gol’s Q4 earnings call – airline says a considerable amount of US-bound traffic originates in Sao Paulo Congonhas, connecting in Brasilia. CFO: “The taxi time from Congonhas to Guarulhos is longer than the connecting time in Brasilia.”
@LeehamNews Don’t jump to conclusions abt #ET302 crash. Already seeing some. Important to wait for real information. @flyethiopian @Boeing #737MAX8.
@winglets747 Star Alliance looks to open lounges where there will get at least 60,000 visitors a year (that’s 165 a day).
Video Picks:
Fmr. Continental Airlines CEO weighs in on the Boeing Ethiopia Airlines crash
Full Walkaround Special AER LINGUS AIRBUS A320
Vistajet founder: Lot of business opportunities ahead of us
VistaJet Founder Thomas Flohr on CNBC
No. 1 airlines analyst breaks down key trends in sector


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