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Published on April 29th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 29/04/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 23 April:

Acumen Aviation To Attend Engine Leasing Trading and Finance Europe Conferencehttp://bit.ly/2V3XiOD
Acumen Aviation to attend ISTAT Asia 2019http://bit.ly/2ICRm9u
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 Aprilhttp://bit.ly/2GtaLpR
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 April: http://bit.ly/2Uxt9Tt
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 23 Aprilhttp://bit.ly/2ID2WS3
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 23 Aprilhttp://bit.ly/2XCvuP2
 
North America Newsletter 23 Aprilhttp://bit.ly/2XverhM
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Ethiopian Airlines Secures 5th Freedom Rights for Dublin to Madrid route: http://bit.ly/2XGYV2d
First visit of ET-ATG Boeing 787 Ethiopian Airlines to Dublin: http://bit.ly/2UGIPnC
First visit of Vueling Airlines Airbus A320Neo to Dublin Airport: http://bit.ly/2DGbqno
Aircraft Update:
EI-EZC Airbus A319-111 c/n 2879 Volotea Airlines Delivered Tallinn-Shannon-Ostrava 26/04/19 for paint.
N282NV Airbus A320-214 c/n 2875 Allegiant Air Delivered Shannon-Bangor-Puerto Rico 26/04/19 ex F-WTBH.
OE-IDA Boeing 737-85F c/n 28824 AerGen Leasing Ferried Bucharest Băneasa-Baneasa International 25/04/19 ex HL7779.
Global Aviation News:
Bombardier Levels Up On Engine Services In China
Can JetBlue Challenge The Transatlantic Airline Alliances?
 
Cathay Pacific pulls international Cairns flights after 25-year relationship
Gulf Air in Talks With Etihad Airways to Deepen Partnership
Kumho Asiana Group To Offload Stake in Asiana
Rolls-Royce Tay 611-8 Engine Achieves 10 Million Flying Hours
Scotland’s air departure tax plans delayed
S7 Technics is first in Russia and CIS to perform base MRO checks on A320neo
United Adroit in Limiting Max-related Flight Cancellations
U.S. Airlines Continue to Add Used Aircraft
US parent of UK’s Eastern Airways faces bankruptcy
Irish Aviation News:
 
Aer Lingus launches Travel Money product 
At long last a new airline next to Ryanair at Warsaw Modlin airport 
Avolon: Positioning Ireland at the Forefront of Global Start-up Innovation
Cabin Crew Europe melds with GMR Aviation Academy, to deliver EASA approved Cabin Crew Initial Training Courses in India
Home and away: Irish are travelling in boom-era numbers
ICRR Air ambulance service waiting for lift-off
Norwegian Air flights from Ireland to US unlikely to return for summer schedule, claims MEP
 
New €4m state-of-the-art facility for ELFC
Tweet Picks:
@emirates Chopper hitches ride on Freighter. Emirates SkyCargo recently carried a six-seater AS350 helicopter, weighing more than 1.5 tons, from Madrid to Mumbai via Dubai. The Air Himalayas chopper will be used for tourist flights in the scenic Himalayan region.
@e_russell JetBlue’s expansion to Europe “is something completely different for a few reasons, and I’m actually bullish on it.” @crankyflier.
@hharteveldt The evolved @United livery carries the #airline’s mission statement near the nose: Connecting people. Uniting the world. #avgeek #branding.
@jonostrower SCOOP: Since the 737 Max was grounded, representatives of Southwest Airlines paid a visit to a European A220 operator to kick proverbial tires on the aircraft and hear about the carrier’s experience with the new jet.
@LiveFromALounge GoAir pulls out of Maldives completely: GoAir began its international journey in 2018 with Phuket and Male. And now, GoAir is cancelling all their flights to the Maldives.
Video Picks:
“Art in the sky”: Why airlines obsess over the paint jobs on their planes
Southwest CEO Gary Kelly on Q1 earnings, Boeing 737 Max
The question for Boeing is how long the 787 Max problems persist: CIO
Uganda Airlines gets first planes in revival bid
World Pilots’ Day | Indore Airport | AAI

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