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Published on April 30th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 30/04/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 29 April:

Acumen Aviation to attend ISTAT Asia 2019: http://bit.ly/2ICRm9u
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 April: http://bit.ly/2IO2ZKV
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 April: http://bit.ly/2UIrYkh
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 April: http://bit.ly/2XPg9KY
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 April: http://bit.ly/2PA1hNL
 
North America Newsletter 29 April: http://bit.ly/2IPM5vp
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
Vueling Airlines commences ad-hoc Airbus A320neo services on Barcelona-Dublin route: http://bit.ly/2DGbqno
Aircraft Update:
EI-GKM Airbus A320-232 c/n 3010 Bamboo Airways Delivered Chicago Rockford-Anchorage-New Chitose-Hanoi 26-28/04/19.
PR-OBD Airbus A320-251N c/n 7175 GECAS Ferried Rio de Janeiro-Sal International-Teruel 27-28/04/19 in Avianca Brasil colours.
PR-OBJ Airbus A320-251N c/n 7698 GECAS Ferried Rio de Janeiro-Sal International-Teruel 27-28/04/19 in Avianca Brasil colours.
PR-OBP Airbus A320-251N c/n 8084 GECAS Ferried Rio de Janeiro-Sal International-Teruel 27-28/04/19 in Avianca Brasil colours.
Global Aviation News:
BA scraps South Africa day flights to cash in on Jet Airways collapse 
 
Boeing Confirms Customers to Have AOA Disagree Alert as Standard
British Airways Cancels London to Fort Lauderdale Route
 
FAA Adds 737 Max Recertification Summit for Regulators
FlyDubai Looking at Financing Options Ahead of Maturing Sukuk
 
JetBlue’s Transatlantic A321LR Fleet To Be Delivered in 2021
 
Travel of the future happening now: 250,000 British Airways customers are using biometric technology on international flights
 
UBS sees plenty of reasons to upgrade IAG
Irish Aviation News:
Bombardier ‘suspends’ compulsory redundancies in Belfast
Grounding of Boeing 737 Max impacts Shannon Airport
Ireland West Airport Knock Wins Fáilte Ireland Business Award
 
Morocco is Ryanair’s biggest market in the Middle East, says the low-cost airline
 
NAC delivered two new ATR 72-600s, MSNs 1528 and 1531, to Air Kanbawza Ltd on lease
 
Ryanair aims to double routes, passengers to Jordan
 
Shannon Airport owner boosts profit to €21.5m
Tweet Picks:
@Airlineroute As of Friday 26APR19 Norwegian Air International (D8) extended service reduction for Dublin – Hamilton from 4 to 3 weekly till 13SEP19. The airline has removed schedule on/after 14SEP19.
@Airlineroute Norwegian Air International’s leased Evelop Airlines A330-300 aircraft for Dublin – Newburgh/Stewart has been extended to 14SEP19. Additionally, flights operated by 737 MAX 8 is now open for flights on/after 15SEP19 (same for Dublin – Providence).
@hharteveldt “We want to make @United an airline people want to fly…to make people feel good about flying us.” – UA CEO Oscar Munoz #airline #branding #BrandNewUnited.
@navcanada ✈️✈️ #ICYMI – “It all starts with a good idea,” says NAV CANADA’s Noel Dwyer, about proposing new standards or procedures within @ICAO.
@SeanM1997 Etihad Airways will be leasing a slot pair to Air Serbia from 28 April 2019. This slot was previously used by Jet Airways. It is expected that Air Serbia will add a second daily rotation between Belgrade and London Heathrow on the A320 aircraft.
Video Picks:
American Airlines raises 2019 fuel cost guidance by $650 million
Boeing has thoughtful approach to bring 737 Max back into service: Analyst
It will take time to heal Boeing’s public perception: Analyst
Jet Mess Beyond Spicejet’s Capability: Spicejet Top Boss Ajay Singh
The Istanbul Airport: The biggest move in aviation history

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