Published on March 25th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/03/2019

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:
Air Canada Rouge makes brief return to Dublin market pending A330 deliveries:
Cityjet ferries Sukhoi SSJ100 fleet to Shannon for storage:
Aircraft Update:
EI-ITA Airbus A321-251N c/n 8312 Azur Aviation Ferried Newquay-Norwich 21/03/19 for painting prior delivery ex OY-PAE.
OE-IHU Boeing 737-86N c/n 33419 GECAS Ferried Shannon-Nursultan Nazarbayev 21/03/19 prior freighter conversion ex YL-PSC.
OE-IIT Airbus A321-211 c/n 808 Sasof II Aviation Ferried Paderborn-Casablanca 23/04/19 ex D-ASPD.
Global Aviation News:
Adelaide keen to reduce traffic leakage to other airports
Air Canada Updates Schedule Following the Grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft
British Airways to serve Milan Bergamo from London
EasyJet readies Brexit contingency plan to meet ownership rules
EU Settles On Post-Brexit Traffic Rights for UK Airlines
Flag carriers increasingly pose a “too big to fail” problem for some finance ministries
Icelandair Group starts discussions with WOW air
IndiGo enters European market
Meet the route planners mapping United’s future – Airline’s growth strategy hinges on their connections
Mexico City air services: tough conditions force US LCCs out
Plane talking: Etihad boss Tony Douglas
US domestic airlines: segmented fares, changing customer behaviour
Vienna Hosts ‘Bloody Party’ as Airline Fare War Grips Austria
Viva Air Labs empowering an ecosystem of innovation in Latin America
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus removes planned A321neo LR Philadelphia service from Sep 2019
Air Nostrum changes its structure and prepares the way to merge with CityJet [Spanish]
Brexit the Biggest and Most Unknown Threat to the Travel Industry – ITAA
Discount carrier Norwegian Air scrambles to make up for grounded 737s on Hamilton-Dublin route
Donegal Airport gets top spot for “Most Scenic Airport” for the second year in a row
Ethiopian Airlines S19 Madrid / Dublin aircraft changes
European airline group structures: Ryanair – cloning IAG
Norwegian asked to clarify plans for Cork-US flights
Orix Aviation Confident of Achieving $2.5b Purchase Target: CEO
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 24 March 
Tweet Picks:
@AirMalta For the first time in almost two decades @AirMalta registered a €1.2 Million Euro operating profit, this was announced this morning by @KonradMizzi together with our Chairman Dr Charles Mangion in our annual AGM. #malta #airmalta #profit.
@chrisbrycki “I dont believe it’s about raising lots of cash, its about product, usability and hiring great people. Dont be afraid to take on big competition.”
@tonyfernandes Founder of AirAsia on the similarities between building a budget airline and challenger bank @bigpaymeapp. #Money2020.
@jeffkearns The 737 Max grounding could start affecting U.S. economic indicators from durable goods orders and inventories to trade and GDP.
@tonyfernandes  will be formed as a new company under Red beat Inc.
@tonyfernandes Soon you will see other airlines selling their flights on
Video Picks:
Airbus Pitches the H160 Helicopter to the EMS Market – AINtv
British Airways – Negus 747 Arrival
Four Things You Need To Know Before Buying Your Next Airline Ticket
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 A380 takes off | Emirates Airlines
Shri Jayant Sinha, MoSCA Speech at International Aviation Summit 2018 AAI


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