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Published on May 7th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 07/05/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 29 April:
Acumen Aviation to attend ISTAT Asia 2019http://bit.ly/2ICRm9u
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 Aprilhttp://bit.ly/2IO2ZKV
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 Aprilhttp://bit.ly/2UIrYkh
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 Aprilhttp://bit.ly/2XPg9KY
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 Aprilhttp://bit.ly/2PA1hNL
 
North America Newsletter 29 Aprilhttp://bit.ly/2IPM5vp
Aircraft Update:
HB-ACB ATR72-212A(600) c/n 662 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Saarbrücken-St. Gallen–Altenrhein-Billund 02/05/19 ex OY-CKO.
EI-FSN ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1069 GECAS Ferried Hyderabad-Al Ain International-Cairo-Athens-Toulouse-LFBF 04-06/05/19 ex XY-AMG.
HK-5125 Airbus A320-214 c/n 1370 Viva Air Colombia Ferried Bogotá-Bangor-Keflavik-Stuttgart  03/05-05/19 ex EI-FGM.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus Worries Max Crisis Could Affect FAA-EASA Alignment
BA boss ‘unsurprised’ by backlash to paying for food onboard 
‘Der Preiskampf am Wien ist ausgebrochen’; Vienna airport is loving it, Austrian Airlines is struggling with it
 
Enter Air to acquire an equity stake in a Swiss charter airline
 
Ethiopian to Review Max Independently Before Return to Service
Eurowings teams up with Norwegian and SunExpress to offer shared connections
Exclusive interview with Wolfgang Reuss, airBaltic SVP
Changes to Icelandair’s flight schedule due to further suspension of Boeing 737 MAX
 
Human relationships “vital” in airport-airline partnerships 
 
Jet Airways: How to value an airline that is grounded
 
Strong competition in Europe halts Eurowings’ growth
Irish Aviation News:
 
Aer Lingus announces Aer Space European business product
AFTA Ryanair Cadets Visit Boeing 737-800 at Cork Airport
daa: Resolving runway planning conditions will be a challenge
Furious Dublin Airport official hits back at ‘bullying’ DUP MP Paisley in row over poaching of tourists
 
Goshawk delivers its second Airbus A350-900 to Philippine Airlines
Hamburg XFW Paint Shop D-AYAV A321N 8887 Aer Lingus fcs (RA on tail, nwd)
KBRA Affirms Ratings for Nordic Aviation Capital Designated Activity Company
Ryanair CMO: Reliability trumps performance from the passenger perspective
Ryanair Launches New Dublin-Kyiv Service
 
Ryanair to use Airbridges at Frankfurt Main Terminal 2 from Tuesday 7th May
Stobart Group raises £53m
Tweet Picks:
@Alitalia Thank you @Dulles_airport for the welcome you reserved for flight AZ618, our sixth connection from Italy to the USA. ✈
@Finnair In summer, we have up to 42 weekly flights to Greater #China, to Beijing, Shanghai, Xi´an, Guangzhou, Nanjing, Chongqing and double daily flights to Hong Kong.
@FlightGlobal The US Federal Aviation Administration (@FAANews) has banned US carriers and pilots from flying below 26,000ft over #Venezuela owing to security concerns.
@ghimlay Gol estimates a R40 million ($10 million) revenue impact to date from 737 Max grounding, incurred R10 million in costs in Q1.
@scramble_nl The first @Airbus #A359 for @JAL_Official_jp has left the paintshop. It’s testreg is F-WZHF and will become JA01XJ. Delivery is due in June. #avgeek #japanairlines #jal.
Video Picks:
American Airlines opens 15 gates at DFW Airport
#₽An124 Landing DWC Dubai UAE
Brussels Airlines reveals Bruegel, a 6th Belgian Icon in honor of the famous Renaissance painter
Emirates CEO: After Boeing crashes, I’ll look at Airbus
Soroti flying school looks to a bright future as Uganda airlines is revived

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