Published on March 22nd, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/03/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 19 March:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 March:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 March
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 March
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19 March
North America Newsletter 19 March
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
First Boeing 787 Dreamliner arrives in Shannon for Maintenance
G-RUKA Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair UK enters revenue service
Aircraft Update:
EI-GED CRJ900 c/n 15240 Cityjet Ferried LJU-Rome Fiumicino 19/03/19 ex OY-KFH.
OY-YCL ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1458 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Bilund-Bydgoszcz 19/03/19.
Global Aviation News:
Are airport observation decks making a comeback?
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Boeing 737 Crisis Deals Blow to Norwegian’s Discount U.S. Routes
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Cebu Pacific Set To Accelerate Expansion with Neos
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Chinese airlines: rapid international growth impacts foreign airlines
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How Etihad Airways plans to revolutionise the airport experience
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Indian Growth Rates To Slow as Airlines Cut Capacity
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Qatar Airways Reaches Significant Milestone with Delivery of 250th Aircraft
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Trio of New Korean LCCs To Operate From Three Airports
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US value airlines and Southwest harvest benefits from network changes
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Virgin Atlantic set to soar in South America for the first time
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus Officially Presents New Dubrovnik Service
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Avolon’s First Unsecured Bank Term Facility Upsized by 66% to US$500M
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Dublin Airport Wins Social Media Award
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Irish tourism looks to new attractions to lure visitors
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John Slattery to lead €3.7bn Boeing-Embraer joint venture
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NORDIC AVIATION CAPITAL has successfully completed the largest ever Senior Unsecured Private Placement issued by an aircraft lessor
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Ryanair Subsidiary Laudamotion launches 21 new routes from/to Vienna
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Ryanair Subsidiary Laudamotion removes “Motion” from its name and launches new destinations from Vienna
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Shannon Group chief to depart State company for Ports of Jersey
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Three Northern Ireland aircraft interior companies to visit North America and Germany
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Tweet Picks:
@CAPA_Aviation @AmericanAir VP of Ops and Industry Affairs Lorne Cass says there’s a recognition the industry needs to attract new pilots from all backgrounds and get them interested early on. #CAPASummit.
@CAPA_Aviation .@Farelogix CEO Jim Davidson says “There is a whole merchandising and retailing strategy around the connecting passenger.” #CAPASummit
@CAPA_Aviation @FedEx VP International and Regulatory Affairs Ralph Carter says the company uses fifth freedoms in open skies “to a greater extent than our passenger friends.” #CAPASummit.
@CAPA_Aviation @SunCountryAir CEO Jude Bricker says ancillaries often get a bad name, but “they’re optional, that’s the point.” #CAPASummit.
@hjelnaes Ryanair owned Laudamotion transforms into Lauda and becomes the Irish low cost giant’s new spearhead into Scandinavia from winter 2019 program.
Video Picks:
Audit ordered for Boeing after Ethiopian Airlines crash
A4E Vision film
New Lauda Uniform
Vision 2050 The Way to What’s Next – Aerospace Industries Association – Unravel Travel TV


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