Published on April 24th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/04/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 23 April:

Acumen Aviation To Attend Engine Leasing Trading and Finance Europe Conference:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 April:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 April:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 23 April:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 23 April:
North America Newsletter 23 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-RJX RJ85 c/n 2372 Cityjet Delivered Dublin-Keflavik-Kangerlussuaq-Iqaluit-Churchill-Abbotsford 21-22/04/19 to become N403AC Aero-Flite.
TF-DTR Airbus A321-253N c/n 8085 Air Lease Corp Ferried Montréal-Shannon-Ostrava 19-22/04/19.
9H-GFP Boeing 737-89L c/n 29878 Blue Panorama Airlines Position Krakow-Milan Bergamo 19/04/19 after re-registration ex EI-GFP.
Global Aviation News:
Air Malta eyeing Ghana as first sub-Saharan Africa market as part of its vision to become ‘airline of the Mediterranean’
Aviation head urges Russian airlines to reach 200 million passengers ‘in the near future’
FAA Grounds Cirrus SF50 Jet over AoA Vane Issue
Hannover and its airport may have ‘fantastic potential’ but destination visitor dynamics may continue to limit attractiveness
Nashville International airport: strong local economy and solid growth
Transatlantic Turmoil? Schedule data for summer 2019 shows falling 
frequencies and negligible capacity growth in North Atlantic skies
UK airports: Flybe restructures; impact on regional and other airports
Irish Aviation News:
ANA select OpenJaw as their NDC Platform of choice
Does Cork Airport suck? are Shannon and Dublin too far away? try Kerry
Drones used for rapid transport of parts at aircraft seats maker Collins Aerospace
Lisburn Firm Flying High After Growth Finance Fund Investment
NAC delivered one new Embraer E195, MSN 19000765 and one new E175, MSN 17000782, to JSC Belavia-Belarusian Airlines on lease
Nordic Aviation Capital congratulates Silver Airways on first ATR-600 series flight in the U.S.
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 21 April
Tweet Picks:
@LeehamNews FAA says: “The team is scheduled to first meet on April 29 and its work is expected to take 90 days.” This means no MAX flights through July at least.
@manishasinghal Raining planes @flyspicejet the airline said getting six more Boeing737-8 on dry lease, subject to regulatory approvals aircraft slated to join the airline over the next 10days.  Over the past 10 days it has announced induction plans for 16 737s & 5 Q400s #JetAirwaysCrisis.
@TUIflyBelgium Replying to @mike_carrivick @McWhirterAlex We stopped the pre-booked meals, but we still have an in-flight service where passengers can buy snacks/drinks on board. No need to starve on our flights :-).
@Vinamralongani Replying to @McWhirterAlex The Chinese carriers are the new disruptors in air travel between Europe and SE Asia/Australia. They offer great value for money, fancy new planes, decent inflight experience and brand new airports to transit through. The hubs in the sand have another reason to worry.
@winglets747 Interesting perspective: 737 MAX accounted for 1.4% of capacity at United Far less talked about India flights impacted by Pakistani airspace closure, account for 1.2% of United capacity.
Video Picks:
Cessna 182s Short-field takeoff technique
DGCA Issues Notice To IndiGo Over Plane Engines, Conducts Safety Audit
Newcastle Airfield to Weston
SpiceJet to Add Five More 90-seater Bombardier Q400s to Fleet
Why Jet Airways Has Shut Operations


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