Published on May 8th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/05/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 7 May:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 7 May:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 7 May:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 7 May:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 7 May:
North America Newsletter 7 May:
Aircraft Update:
N54AU Boeing 737-3Q8(QC) c/n 28054 Automatic Leasing Registerd 01/05/19 Ferried Naples-Keflavik-Bangor-San Jose 04-05/05/19 ex EI-FGX.
PR-OBH Airbus A320-251N c/n 7484 GECAS Ferried in Avianca Brasil colours Rio de Janeiro-Sal International-Teruel  03/04-05/19 for Azul.
PR-OBK Airbus A320-251N c/n 7799 GECAS Ferried in Avianca Brasil colours Rio de Janeiro-Sal International-Teruel  03/04-05/19 for Azul.
VQ-BRX Embraer 195SR c/n 19000169 GECAS Ferried Rzeszów-Minsk-Warsaw 03/05/19 ex VP-CQR.
Global Aviation News:
Eurowings opens new base in Pristina (Kosovo)
Finnair: ‘no business today can maintain the status quo’
Four Seasons Adds New Airbus for $147,000-a-Seat Private Flights
Icelandair announces loss and Airbus interest
JetBlue Leaves Behind A Bumpy Quarter
Norwegian EVP strategic development: Brexit impacts ‘everything we do’
Philippines-North Asia aviation market: LCCs drive rapid growth
Viva Aerobus: Ancillary revenue makes up 49% of Viva Aerobus total revenue
Irish Aviation News:
Bombardier to sell NI operations
Norwegian reveals soaring demand for new Dublin-Hamilton flights with 90% seats filled in first month
Overseas Ireland West Airport users spend five nights in Mayo when visiting
Plan for €170m tunnel to expand airport
Ryanair misses first delivery of Max jets
Shannon Group moving to next phase of its journey
WestJet commences Halifax- Dublin nonstop service
Tweet Picks:
@e_russell United wants more of those co-branded credit card dollars and is willing to push to get them.
@Johnslattery100 It was a busy April – we delivered 10 airplanes to 6 customers on 4 continents! Airlines from Kazakhstan to the USA are flying brand new E-Jets.
@LeehamNews @Icelandair decide in coming months whether to introduce Airbus planes to their fleet for the first time ever—with the most extreme option on the table being a total switch over to the European plane maker over the next decade.
@OliverWyman #OWInTheNews @WSJ: Most profitable routes have lower-than-average occupancy rates, data by Oliver Wyman PlaneStats shows, because carriers use planes that are too big in order to fit lucrative premium cabins at expense of empty economy seats.
@winglets747 South African Airways appears likely to shift three weekly flights from Hong Kong to Guangzhou, giving SAA 3x weekly Guangzhou and 4x weekly Hong Kong.
Video Picks:
airBaltic – Fly With Ease via Riga
Airline Pilots Talk About Life Inside the Cockpit | This Morning
National Airlines secures seven regional routes
Sri Lankan Airlines puts flight marshals on planes, tourist numbers to drop by 500,000
State Bank of India’s Kumar on Jet Airways, Aviation Industry, Banking


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