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Published on April 10th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 10/04/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 8 April:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 April: http://bit.ly/2YUjGZQ
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 Aprilhttp://bit.ly/2IpnHjj
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 April: http://bit.ly/2I78jZg
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 8 Aprilhttp://bit.ly/2OWfG6B
North America Newsletter 8 Aprilhttp://bit.ly/2Up2Q6S
Aircraft Update:
B-5363 Boeing 737-86J c/n 30500 Shenzhen Airlines Ferried Shenzhen-Ürümqi Diwopu International-Helsinki-Shannon-Castellón 08-09/04/19 on return to lessor.
EI-GHF Airbus A320-232 c/n 2138 IndiGo Airlines Delivered Larnaca-Delhi 08/04/19 to become VT-IKE.
OE-IHR Airbus A320-232 c/n 2077 GetJet Airlines Ferried Lourdes-Shannon 09/04/19 prior delivery.
Global Aviation News:
A220 enables airBaltic’s network growth
British Airways voted top brand in Britain
Europe’s busiest international passenger routes revealed
Europe’s Discount Airlines ‘Democratized’ Air Travel. Now They’re Going Belly-Up
 
Iberia Cancels Johannesburg Route For Second Time
 
Iraqi Airways forced to play a waiting game
LEVEL enters Amsterdam Airport at the expense of Vueling
 
Routes Europe 2019: Data is the new driver for airlines
 
TUI fly boss warns of “tough” summer ahead of 737 MAX reintroduction
Zagreb Airport exploring cooperation with LCCs
Irish Aviation News:
Bradfor achieves SC21 Silver Accreditation for third consecutive year
Cricket Ireland Bowled Over as Turkish Airlines Extends Sponsorship
Dublin Airport App Tracks Assets
 
First Ryanair flights from Bournemouth to Dublin and Prague take off
Ryanair adds Krakow – Kharkiv link from June 2019
Ryanair launches Kraków-Bordeaux connection
The first Ryanair flight takes off from Košice airport
Tweet Picks:
@Airlineroute Air China to operate High Density A330-200 aircraft to Copenhagen on 15APR19. May 2019 also sees selected dates operated by A330-200, replacing -300.
 
@Airlineroute Philippine Airlines schedules 4 A350-900XWB round-trip flights to Los Angeles in May 2019.
@AusBT British Airways quietly tests WiFi on domestic, European flights ahead of official launch: pricing shown as flat £1.99 for Messaging, upwards of £6.99 (depending on flight distance) for Browse & Stream option.
@sandeeprrao1991 “Bengaluru Airport is looking to establish direct non-stop connectivity to regions like Australia, Africa, China, Philippines, Indonesia, South Korea and the US.”
@Vinamralongani @JetBlue offer solid #PaxEx with great legroom, Mint flat beds in J, free snacks + drinks, and free wi-fi, LiveTV and movies. They will fly an A321LR across the pond with significantly lower costs compared to VS/DL. IMHO I feel they can make this work @McWhirterAlex @SimonCalder.
Video Picks:
American Airlines cuts first quarter revenue guidance
Autonomous Air Taxi Unveiled
Bulls fly with American Airlines
China’s Captains Courageous: Airport Duty Manager
Delta Air Lines takes top spot in ranking of nation’s largest airlines

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