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Published on March 27th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 27/03/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 25 March:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 Marchhttp://bit.ly/2HEKNmg
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 Marchhttp://bit.ly/2Fwasdz
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 25 Marchhttp://bit.ly/2JBOqLv
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25 March: http://bit.ly/2UTtroT
North America Newsletter 25 Marchhttp://bit.ly/2HRidgT
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Air Canada Rouge makes brief return to Dublin market pending Air Canada A330 deliverieshttp://bit.ly/2Ub4qbk
Cityjet ferries Sukhoi SSJ100 fleet to Shannon for storage: http://bit.ly/2WeiFJU
Aircraft Update:
JY-AYY Airbus A319-112 c/n 2913 Royal Jordanian Delivered WOE-Amman 26/03/19 ex EI-EZD.
VP-BOZ Boeing 767-3G5 c/n 28111 Ikar Airlines Ferried Moscow Sheremetyevo-Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen-Bangor 13-24/03/19 on return to lessor ex EI-CXO.
9H-GAW Boeing 737-8Z0 c/n 30072 Blue Panorama Airlines Positioned Naples-Tirana 22/03/19 after re-registration ex EI-GAW.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus Draws Massive China Order Commitment
British Airways quietly tests WiFi on domestic, European flights
CHC Helicopter To Take Part in CRM, Human Factors Study
Croatia targets new US flights
Germania fails to attract investors; permanently shuts down
LEVEL/Anisec adds Amsterdam service from April 2019
Norwegian Update on the temporary suspension of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft operations
Romanian state airline Tarom to drop several under-performing routes
Russia Restricting Access to Boeing and Airbus Airliners
Russia restricts Nordwind Airlines’ AOC, cancels ETOPS permits
 
Why Vienna Is the Next Great Bargain European Airport
Wijet Begins HondaJet Flights in Europe
Irish Aviation News:
Air Navigation Restriction in the vicinity abeam Cahore Point off the Wexford Coast
An honest account from the ‘accidental entrepreneur’ Conor McCarthy co-founder of AirAsia and current Executive Chairman of Dublin Aerospace
 
CDB Aviation Delivers First of Two A330-200s to Wamos Air
Irish Producer ShinAwiL Launches Drama Division With Aviation Period Thriller ‘Flying Blind’ 
Ireland West Airport announces new partnership with Donegal boxer Jason Quigley
Knock to Cologne Route Launched
Northern Ireland supply chain excellence to be exhibited at AIX 2019
Remembering an Irish aviation hero
 
The Irish Aviation Authority donates €20,000 to Temple Street Hospital
Tweet Picks:
@aiaa The SABRE engine features “a compact pre-cooler heat-exchanger that can take an incoming airstream in the region of 1,000C and cool it to -150C in less than 1/100th of a second.”🌡
@e_russell Avianca will exit 11 markets, including Boston and Chicago, from May.
@TomRisen American Airlines says in an SEC filing it cannot forecast the impact of 737 Max grounding. American removed 737 Max from schedules through April, which is more optimistic than Air Canada, which removed the aircraft from schedules through July 1.
@TomRisen The @USDOT is forming an independent special committee to investigate the FAA certification process of new Boeing aircraft including the 737 Max. Two fatal crashes of that aircraft type within five months killed 346 people.
@winglets747 Al Baker believes the worldwide 737 MAX grounding was driven by public perception. “The regulator had to act to give confidence to the people,” he said.
Video Picks:
Check our newest Airbus A321neo!  Pink is the new green!
Last Day at Work: Scoot pilot retires after 46 years in aviation
Pilotsview Aer Lingus A320 into Nice Airport
Very Important Pianos fly Emirates SkyCargo
What is Etihad Airways doing to recover from the loss of $1.28 billion?

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