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Published on April 1st, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 01/04/2019

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:
EI-GED CRJ900 c/n 15240 Cityjet Painted all white at Rome Fiumicino 28/03/19 ex OY-KFH.
OE-IDE Airbus A319-132 c/n 2739 AerCap Registered at Ostrava 29/03/19 ex LZ-AOC.
OE-LOZ Airbus A320-232 c/n 2838 Laudamotion First Service Vienna-London Stansted-Vienna 29/03/19 ex PR-MBD.
9A-BTH Airbus A320-214 c/n 1454 Trade Air Registered at Shannon 28/03/19 after paint prior delivery ex HK-4905.
Global Aviation News:
Apollo to Target $1 Billion for Aviation Fund
Avianca Brasil to Return Aircraft, Cut Routes
Croatia Airlines makes $8.5 million in Airbus payments
Here’s why European airlines keep going bust
Jet2.com prepares for post-Brexit future
Luxair awaits fleet renewal plan
Sunday Strategist: When White Space and a Blue Lagoon Aren’t Enough
Travel Giant TUI Says Boeing 737 Grounding to Cost $225 Million
US domestic aviation market: mature, but new opportunities arising
 
Vietnam’s Bamboo Picks Boeing Rival Airbus for Narrow-Body Jets
Wow Air has shut down. Here’s what went wrong, according to the company’s CEO
WTO Issues Mixed Decision in EU-Boeing Subsidy Dispute
Irish Aviation News:
At the controls as Aer Lingus continues steep ascent
 
Concern over Shannon Airport connectivity following Brexit
GTLK Europe refinances five A320s
Lisburn manufacturer secures partnership with leading aircraft seating supplier
 
My weekend: Following in my father’s footsteps at Cork Airport
Norwegian to launch new route from Dublin to Hamilton, Canada by Boeing 737-800
Ryanair Holdings – Veni, vidi, vici – with more to come; increasing price target to €15  – Davy Research
Ryanair to Armenia. CIS-to-W Europe underserved by LCCs
The Man Who Wanted to Fly: a Cavan man in search of his dream
Tweet Picks:
@AnitaMendiratta Aviation is, & always will be, the primary artery of globalisation. Tourism & Aviation in partnership = opportunity & possibility for people & places across the world.
@Finnair Our longstanding partnership with Finnish #design house @Marimekkoglobal continues. Starting with our new Los Angeles route on Mar 31, we are rolling out new business class #amenitykits, featuring Maija Isola’s iconic designs from the 60s.
@irlembbudapest Delighted to hear @Ryanair extending its Cork-Budapest route into the winter 2019 season. Another sign of our strong bilateral relationship🇮🇪🤝🇭🇺 @CorkAirport @Conference_Cork @TourismIreland.
@justinbachman In Jan, @SpiritAirlines eked out the No. 2 on-time spot over @Delta: 82.9 pct vs 82.7 pct. And @SouthwestAir topped @AlaskaAir, which doesn’t occur very often. (On-time performance is the real competition among U.S. airlines.)  $ALK $DAL $LUV $SAVE #airlines
@KianiKress Brace, @Boeing – because of #737MAX  grounding @TUIGroup with profit warning 200 mln EBITDA and with only 15 jets  + 8 to come, Boeing might be in für double digit bln compensationn for all +370 jets in ops and to come soon.
Video Picks:
Airlines see worst situation, but it will get better: Research analyst
Here’s the airlines report card on arrival, departure times
MP Nsereko explains why MPs agreed to fund Uganda Airlines
Pilots talk to KING 5 about 737 Max fix
Qantas offers 10-year-old boy ‘CEO to CEO’ advice | Nine News Australia

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