Published on April 8th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/04/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 1 April: 
Acumen Aviation attending Ishka Investing in Aviation Finance Europe:
Acumen Aviation To Attend MRO Americas:
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:
Stobart Air opens Dublin Embraer 195 base:
Stobart Air Retires ATR72-500 Fleet:
Aircraft Update:
EI-LIA Airbus A321-251N c/n 8260 Azur Aviation Ferried Newquay-Norwich 05/04/19 for paint prior delivery to Bamboo Airways as VN-A589 ex OY-PAC.
OE-LOY Airbus A320-232 c/n 2161 Laudamotion Registered at Larnaca 05/04/19 prior delivery ex EI-GHM.
2-SWKE ATR72-212A(500) c/n 767 Elix Aviation Capital Ferried Seletar-Sultan Iskandar Muda International-Malta 03-05/04/19 ex VT-CMA.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus Updating A320 Flight Warning Software
American Airlines CEO talks 737 Max 8, possible cancellations during ASU event
Barack Obama on Walls, Borders and Tourism
Boeing Statement on Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 Investigation Preliminary Report
Chile to reduce passenger boarding taxes by 10% in Jul-2019, second reduction in one year
Citi Sees Potential for a Gulfstream G650 Follow-on
Low-cost Airline Segment Keeps Driving European Growth
TAP Air Portugal takes delivery of its first A321LR
United Is Switching Frequent Flyer Program to Demand Pricing
Vueling resumes Asturias-London connectivity with governmental subsidies
WOW air: Primera Air bankruptcy ‘changed the attitude of suppliers’
Why TUI Favors an Asset-Heavy Approach
Irish Aviation News:
Donegal Airport: Teamwork, tenacity and clear skies ahead
Iberia takes over orders for four Aer Lingus A350s
Jackson Square Aviation Names New Chairman
Passenger numbers up at Aer Lingus and wider IAG group
Rescue 118 viability put at risk as Sligo Airport requires funding
Ryanair ‘slashing Belfast to London flights to just two a week months earlier than planned’
Ryanair starts 41 new routes during first two days of S19 season
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 7 April
Tweet Picks:
@monkg57 Nice to hear of the great work being done by all at @DublinAirport with 60 AEDs on site. With 30 million passengers passing through last year #Respond2019 #CFR #Avgeek.
@jonostrower Boeing may have to stack 737 fuselages like cordwood somewhere between Wichita and Renton.
@juliejohnsson At the current 737 output, a six-month grounding would leave @Boeing with 300+ Max jets to stash in airports along the west coast. “The working capital tied up in that is quite mesmerizing,” says investment banker Stephen Perry.
@justinbachman The new @United premium economy cabin is “meant to grab folks who want to graduate from the main cabin and, maybe, aren’t ready for Polaris,” EVP and commercial boss Andrew Nocella tells @e_russsell.
@MaxK_J Great little dig at @BoeingAirplanes’ #NMA from Christian Scherer, describing the #A321LR/#A330neo pairing as “@Airbus NEO Midsize Aircraft…or A-NMAs”…
Video Picks:
Accenture Amadeus Alliance Embraces Airline Startups
Airport key to HK’s future (31.3.2019)
First Ever Ryanair Departure From Southend
Portwest & Ireland West Airport Charity 5km runway run 2019
Why AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes wants to grow the Malaysian budget airline organically


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