Published on April 17th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/04/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 15 April:

Acumen Aviation To Attend Engine Leasing Trading and Finance Europe Conference
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 April
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 April
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 April
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15 April
North America Newsletter 15 April
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
British Airways introduces Airbus A320Neo family aircraft on Dublin route
Etihad Airways leapfrogs United Airlines to operate first Boeing 787-10 service to Dublin
Aircraft Update:
A6-FDS Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40246 Flydubai Ferried Dubai-Bratislava-Shannon 14/04/19 for T’Way Airlines.
VT-JWS Airbus A330-302 c/n 1361 Jet Airways Ferried Bangalore-Bombay 13/04/19 prior return to lessor.
Global Aviation News:
Chinese tourists driving new Finnair routes
Etihad tentatively schedules last A330-300 service in late-August 2019
JetBlue on the Atlantic: taking on the JVs with A321LRs and Mint
North Asia LCC market’s 24 LCCs and active start-ups
Oneworld’s ongoing transformation
Understanding the Formula Behind how Delta Buys Airplanes
UEFA Euro 2020 to generate an additional two million air trips
Zagreb Airport plans new long haul flights
Irish Aviation News:
Aircastle Announces Repossession of Aircraft from Avianca Brazil
China Rising: How China is changing the face of travel Travel Massive Dublin 8 May
Customer involuntarily discovers a new Ryanair fee
Enterprise Ireland hosts its annual Travel Tech Summit: ‘The Future of Travel’ in Cork, as Ireland showcases its travel tech capabilities to an international audience
Fly Leasing Completes Sale of 12 Aircraft
Irish Authority Evolves As Europe’s ‘Gateway’
Irish air traffic up 3% in 2019
LIT and Lufthansa Technik develop new degree programme
Ryanair continues summer 19 expansion with 99 new routes
SMBC Aviation Capital closes $500 million senior unsecured offering
Tweet Picks:
@Airlineroute Norwegian’s leased Evelop A330-300 service on Dublin – Newburgh/Stewart route has been extended to 30JUL19, instead of 30JUN19.
@e_russell “We expect the Max will return to service in the US before it returns to service elsewhere in the world,” write Cowen analysts, even as American and Southwest remove the #737Max from summer schedules.
@ghimlay .@Norwegian_ARG says it is transferring a 737-800 temporarily to @Fly_Norwegian to help the latter out, following the grounding of Norwegian’s 737 Max fleet.
@Johnslattery100 Just got the Type Certificate for the #E195E2! ANAC, FAA, EASA each delivered the TC documents this afternoon! First delivery to Azul later this year. #E2profithunter #embraer #E195E2triplecertified.
@winglets747 Etihad is taking Jet Airways’ Heathrow slots. Etihad’s Heathrow network would grow from 3x to 6x daily. Very lucrative 5:45am arrival slot, but this doesn’t fit well into Etihad’s hub banks. Some caution this is paper only – negotiating tactic, sell slots.
Video Picks:
Guillaume Faury, his first day as Airbus CEO
Here’s how the major airlines Q1 earnings might stack up against each other
One year of non-stop flights between London and Perth
Planes stack up in Renton as Boeing 737 MAX grounding lingers
Travel Industry Trade Show March 22 2019


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