Published on April 23rd, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/04/2019

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:
ASL Airlines Boeing 737-300 commences Aer Lingus summer lease:
Etihad Airways introduces Boeing 787 Dreamliner service to Dublin:
Minimal disruption on Emirates Airlines route to Dublin as DXB runway work commences:
Ryanair Sun fleet grows to 20 Boeing 737-800 aircraft:
Aircraft Update:
EI-GKW Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 28236 Alba Star Delivered Gimpo International-Nursultan Nazarbayev International-Palma 19-20/04/19 ex HL7798.
OE-LMB Airbus A320-232 c/n 2859 Laudamotion Registered 19/04/19 after delivery to Vienna ex PR-MBE.
OE-IIU Airbus A330-343 c/n 1607 CIT Aerospace Ferried Lourdes-Rome Fiumicino 17/04/19 for paint, for Turkish Airlines ex TF-LUV.
Global Aviation News:
Bombardier Celebrates Delivery of First CRJ900 Aircraft to Uganda Airlines
Bombardier CEO says future of CRJ program depends on beefing up backlog
Cathay Earmarks A321neo Aircraft for China Route Expansion
Could Al Ain be the UAE’s sleeping superstar?
First Japan-Built Airliner in 50 Years Takes on Boeing and Airbus
Kelowna airport receives funding to chase more transborder flights
Long-Haul Low-Cost…..Not as disruptive as you may think?
United Airlines Expects To Deliver Peer-Leading Pre-Tax Margin Growth During First-Quarter 2019
United Continental Holdings, Inc. (UAL) CEO Oscar Munoz on Q1 2019 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
United Airlines to introduce its new livery on April 24
Irish Aviation News:
Airport Coordination Ltd (ACL) Dublin Airport (DUB) Summer 2019 (S19) Start of Season Report
Norwegian reduces Dublin-Hamilton service in July 2019
Ryanair Announces New Preveza – Budapest Route for Summer 2019
Ryanair: Competitive Advantages Outweigh The Downside
Ryanair to require extra simulator training for Boeing 737 MAX pilots
Shannon Airport Downplays Concerns Over British Dominance In Market
Shannon has capacity for 4.5 million passengers without investment
The nine types of people who fly Ryanair. Yes, they include you
Tweet Picks:
@e_russell Premium economy classes are the big new premium push at US carriers. American saying the cabin yields fares nearly two-times economy – and it can easily add more premium economy seats as needed.
@R_Wall Honewell sees Boeing 737 MAX flying in second half of 2019 and production rebounding.
@R_Wall United Airlines hasn’t had to slash fares to fill its jets even as it bets big on midcontinent hubs such as Denver and Houston.
@tonyfernandes Applaud Malaysia airports for trying to create connectivity between two terminals. Not sure there is a huge need as most full service airlines have their own connectivity but why not.
@tonyfernandes Vietnam is very much in the plan. I am still optimistic of airasia being in Vietnam by end of the year. Watch this space. Picking the right one.
Video Picks:
American Airlines cancels all 737 Max 8 flights through August 19
Planes stack up in Renton as Boeing 737 MAX grounding lingers
The world’s best airport just got even better | CNBC Reports
Tommy Broughan TD’s first contribution on amendments to Aircraft Noise Bill
Turbulence in transports as Boeing woes weigh on index


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