Published on March 29th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/03/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 25 March:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 March
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 March
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 25 March
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25 March:
North America Newsletter 25 March
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Air Canada Rouge makes brief return to Dublin market pending Air Canada A330 deliveries
Cityjet ferries Sukhoi SSJ100 fleet to Shannon for storage:
Aircraft Update:
A6-FDQ Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40244 Sun Country Airlines Ferried Palma-Shannon 27/03/19 after paint prior delivery.
N832SY Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40243 Sun Country Airlines Delivered Shannon-Bangor-Chicago Rockford 27/06/19 ex A6-FDP.
2-ATRG ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1261 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Mönchengladbach-Bydgoszcz 27/03/19 ex B-22822.
OY-YCL ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1458 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Bydgoszcz-Billund 27/03/19 ex F-WWEG.
Global Aviation News:
Airlines With Electric Engines Are Coming
Cathay Buys Hong Kong Express to Enter Budget Airline Market
Cathay Pacific in discussion on every aspect of 777-9X
Eurocontrol Consulting stakeholders on the draft Performance Review Report (PRR) 2018
Icelandair discontinues service from Cleveland and Halifax, says ‘situation’ with Boeing 737 Max 8 planes ‘played a role’
Iceland’s Wow Air Shuts Down After Failing to Raise New Cash
INTERVIEW: Jaan Albrecht, chief executive, Saudia
JetBlue’s Founder Prepares To Take Portugal’s National Airline Public
KQ Financial Position has Improved: Q&A With CEO Sebastian Mikosz
Lufthansa, IAG, Air France-KLM fleets: Lufthansa Group largest
Norwegian Air Argentina: Buenos Aires Ezeiza is ‘almost as expensive as New York’
Romanian low cost airline signs interline agreement with state carrier
Irish Aviation News:
Air Nostrum to unbundle into seven companies ahead of Cityjet merger
Council wants details on DAA’s runway changes
Controversial legislation to deal with noise levels at Dublin airport passes in Dáil
Dublin Airport Participates In Biometrics Trial
Elix Aviation Capital Delivers DHC8-300 MSN 375 on lease to Silverstone Air
Great Dane Airlines To Operate New Dublin-Aalborg Service
Ireland: Impact Of A No-Deal Brexit On The Aviation Industry
Norwegian adjusts Dublin – Hamilton S19 operations
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce : Perth-London service exceeds expectations in first year of operations
Ryanair to Launch Six New Flights from Budapest
Tweet Picks:
@airlinewriter Stifel analyst says the collapse of WOW Air helps US carriers and especially @united because the LCC had a larger share of traffic between Iceland and UA hubs than to hubs of @Delta and @AmericanAir.
@e_russell “Airbus A330 head of marketing Crawford Hamilton says – with a wry smile – ‘it’s fantastic’ that [Delta] will operate the new Airbus big-twin from its hub in Seattle, the home of rival Boeing.
@e_russell “Frankfurt, we believe, has reached its limit of growth,” says Lufthansa chief Spohr. The airline’s dual A350 and 787 orders will be used for growth in Munich, Vienna and Zurich.
@ghimlay New business class seats on LATAM Peru 767. Those dividers are fixed on the 767s, but will be moveable on the 777s, says LATAM’s SVP Claudia Sender.
@winglets747 “The 747-8I has 100 economy seats less [than the A380], so the risk of operating that aircraft – only filling 400 seats instead of 500 seats – is easier for us, especially in the winter,” says Spohr.
Video Picks:
New TBM 940: the aviator’s ultimate aircraft
PhocusWire @ Arival Europe 2019 – TUI on thinking about experiences as part of the overall trip
The Profit Hunter “Shark” visits Dhaka | Embraer E190- E2 | Test Aircraft
Toward 5G for Aircraft and Drone Connectivity
Wreckage of WWII aircraft carrier USS Hornet discovered in expedition


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