Published on May 10th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/05/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 7 May:

Acumen Aviation CCO Eamonn Cronin speaking at Dublin Aviation Summit:
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:
EI-GGC Embraer 195LR c/n 19000213 Stobart Air Ferried Norwich-Dublin 09/05/19 after paint into Great Dane Airlines colours prior delivery.
VT-GOT Airbus A320-214 c/n 3063 Laudamotion Delivered Bombay-Muscat-Vienna 08/05/19.
Global Aviation News:
Air Canada Receives Final Court Approval to Increase Permitted Foreign Ownership Levels to the Levels Permitted under Canada Transportation Act
Airlines Take Notice of Millennials With New Strategies
China’s ‘Big Three’ Get Set To Do Battle at Daxing International
Cyprus in talks to attract more GCC airlines, hotel brands
Dubai-India airfares set to surge further after grounding of Jet Airways
Emirates Group Announces 2018-19 results
Lebanon’s MEA Rises Above Structural Disadvantages
Viva Air announces equity investment by Cartesian Capital Group
Volotea Increases Its Fleet With Six Additional Airbus A319 To Reach 36 Aircraft This Summer
Irish Aviation News:
Avolon Successfully Reprices Senior Secured Term Loan B Facility to Libor + 1.75%
Dublin Airport fees to fall by almost 15% under regulator’s proposal
It’s not just the Brits – German tourists are getting spooked by Brexit too
MEP wants change in airport policy
Research underlines importance of Ireland West Airport to Donegal tourist numbers
Ryanair deploys GlobalBeacon, thus surpassing safety standards for flight tracking
Ryanair expands route network including first service to Bodrum
Tourism reps say the State overlooks the sector when it comes to wooing foreign investors
Tweet Picks:
@e_russell IAG’s long-haul low-cost unit Level will add 2x weekly Paris Orly-Las Vegas flights with an A330 this winter. Service begins on 30OCT19.
@ghimlay Copa expects to have better visibility by end-May if 737 Max could return to service after its assumed date of end-July, says CEO. “But we know it’s going to be fixed and we have full confidence in the aircraft,” he says.
@justinbachman $AAL hiked one-way fares by $5 on May 6, and has been matched by $LUV, $ALK and $DAL and $UAL, according to JP Morgan. Looks like it’s fixing to stick due to @SouthwestAir participation. (The 737 Max-less Summer 2019 Tour coming to select cities.) #airlines #stocks.
@winglets747 China and India, the world’s two largest countries and nearby each other, have surprisingly few flights between them. This is gradually changing.
@winglets747 Is this the start of more short-haul widebody flights? AirAsia A320s handle flights under 4 hours while AirAsia X A330s take flights over 4 hours. Different shareholders makes it different to have route transfers between AK (A320) and D7 (A330).
Video Picks:
Are African skies finally ready to open and will the Continent’s airlines finally be able to fly in?
Buffett on Boeing’s 737 Max Jet and flight safety
China Airlines「60th Anniversary livery Video」
Emirates CEO sees FY profit, wants Boeing compensation
Hawaiian Airlines to offer new non-stop flight


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