Published on April 4th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/04/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 1 April:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 April:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 April:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 1 April:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 1 April:
North America Newsletter 1 April:
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:
EI-GIH Boeing 737-86N c/n 32659 WTCT Registered at Sharjah 27/03/19 in NewGen Airways colours ex HS-NGM.
EI-ITA Airbus A321-251N c/n 8312 Bamboo Airways Ferried East Midlands-Newquay 01/04/19 after paint prior delivery to become VN-A591.
VT-JGK Boeing 737-83N c/n 32579 Jet Airways Ferried Bombay-Jinan Yaoqiang International  30/03/19 for freighter conversion ex EI-DKR.

Global Aviation News:
Airbus’ Airspace Customer Definition Centre opens new cabin customization areas for A320 and A330 programmes
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Bombardier Signs Firm Purchase Agreement for Six Q400 Turboprops
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Delta’s Upbeat First-Quarter Outlook Lifts U.S. Airline Stocks
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EasyJet Issues ‘Cautious’ Outlook With Demand Softened by Brexit
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EX-YU markets top European summer growth
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IATA: Intra-European airline competition intensifying, despite consolidation
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Icelandair leases two Boeing 767 aircraft until end of September
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus A330 Cabin Crew Productivity Agenda – LCR21560 Full Recommendation
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airBaltic launches flights between Riga and Dublin
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Aircastle Appoints Douglas Winter as Chief Commercial Officer
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Causeway Aero in multi-million pound deal for aircraft seats
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Elix Aviation Capital Confirms the Sale of a Portfolio of Six Turboprop Aircraft with Leases Attached
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Ethiopian Airlines Toronto aircraft changes from mid-June 2019 via Dublin Westbound
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Frank Shouldice Talks ‘The Man Who Wanted To Fly’ With IFTN
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Menton’s airport R&D facility faces planning turbulence
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Ryanair Bases Second Aircraft At Cork Airport For Winter 2019 Additional $100m Investment, 30 New Ryanair Jobs, 1.2m Customers P.A. & 17% Growth
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Towards Electric Aircraft: Research Perspectives and Opportunities – Engineers Ireland Thursday 25 April @ 1830
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Tweet Picks: 
@AvWeekScho Vietnam’s Bamboo Airways appears close to an order for A321neos – but not signed yet. “We’re delighted that Bamboo Airways has selected the A321neo,” says Airbus. “We’ll be providing further details once the contract is concluded.” Wire reports cite varying order/option numbers.
@bjornkjos On my way from #London to #Seattle with some of the best pilots in the world. Always a pleasure to fly with our #Dreamliner. Meeting #Boeing to address the MAX issues.
@McWhirterAlex Faced with stronger competition from KLM (for international pax) at Inverness  BA  is now improving connectivity via LHR. Via @sn26567.
@Ryanair_ES includes 7 new routes From Alicante for the winter season 2019 To Berlin Tegel, Cork, Haugesund (Norway), London Southend, Marseille, Oporto And Toulouse. It will transport 4.9 million of passengers annually in the city.
@winglets747 EasyJet today starts using “Alpine” callsign for flights operated by its post-Brexit Austrian AOC.
Video Picks:
A closer look at Dubai World Central (DWC)
Air Baltic Riga – Dublin route opening
Remote Tower for Multiple Airports
These Are the World’s Best Airports
The Man Who Wanted To Fly – Exclusive Clip


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