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Published on May 17th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 17/05/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
Acumen Aviation Job Posting – Sales Executivehttp://bit.ly/2VgFNXq
 
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 Mayhttp://bit.ly/2VyZTkD
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 Mayhttp://bit.ly/2YnluJH
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 Mayhttp://bit.ly/2Vz2SJL
 
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 13 Mayhttp://bit.ly/2HluKaw
North America Newsletter 13 Mayhttp://bit.ly/2Hk7qtO
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Dublin Airport connecting traffic grows to 2.1 million passengershttp://bit.ly/2LEHz4Y
Up to 66 daily flights to and from Dublin Airport to North America for summer peakhttp://bit.ly/2vQb5Km
Aircraft Update:
EI-GII Airbus A320-271N c/n 8430 Arctic Aviation Assets Ferried Toulouse-Francazal-Budapest 16/05/19.
2-ATRD ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1145 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Mönchengladbach-Billund 14/05/19 ex B-22817.
2-ATRE ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1198 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Mönchengladbach-Billund 16/05/19 ex B-22818.
2-MFID ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1178 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Sønderborg-Billund 15/05/19 ex 9M-FID.
Global Aviation News:
Air Canada Offers to Buy Transat Airline for $387 Million
Air Italy ditches planned 787s for A330s
Boeing Statement on 737 MAX Certification and Return to Service
 
Boeing Turns to Texas to Store 737 Max Jets as Grounding Lingers
 
Budget Business Class Seats Could Lure Europe-Asia Fliers
Croatia Airlines installing ADS-B technology
Dutch Government Sets Rates for New Aviation Tax
How Unknown Startup’s Free Wi-Fi Helped Garuda Book $242m in Revenue
 
TUI Holds to Forecast Despite Spain Glut, Boeing Max Deadline
WestJet CEO warns on public firms’ ‘short-term’ mindset after Onex deal
Irish Aviation News:
 
David Flood interview: ‘Jet Airways collapse a short-term shock for Irish leasing companies’
Dublin pulls further and further ahead of NI’s three airports
Europe’s Greenest Airline Condemns Proposed Dutch Aviation Tax Which Rewards Polluters And Penalises Green Flying
Hainan Airlines extends Beijing – Dublin / Edinburgh reservations to mid-Oct 2019
 
Keystone NI advised Causeway Aero Group on £500,000 funding award
NAC delivered one ATR 72-600, MSN 1108, to PT Transnusa Aviation Mandiri on lease
 
Retail inMotion Awarded Contract from Cathay Pacific
 
Shake-up in air traffic regulation moves closer
Tweet Picks:
 @e_russell Azul has submitted a fresh bid for Avianca Brazil, upping its minimum offer to $145m.
@jeff_foust All three nominee for the Ex-Im board have been confirmed by the Senate. That restores the board’s quorum for the first time in years, allowing it to approve deals (including commercial satellites and launches) larger than $10M.
@NiallGibbons Tourism Ireland and Dublin Airport Authority will travel to Japan together next week for a round of engagements with air carriers, travel trade, media and diaspora. Great update on tourism and trade matters today from the Ambassador of Japan Mari Miyoshi. @DublinAirport.
@R_Wall Emirates, sounding a bit like one of the Big 3 U.S carriers, takes a swipe at regional rivals in annual report after stiff competition pressures margins: “Unlike some, we must operate on a commercial basis.”
@winglets747 JAL and ANA are expanding their brands in Hawaii beyond Hawaii-Japan flights. Big capacity increases coming as ANA prepares for A380 flights to Honolulu.
Video Picks:
Abbeyshrule to Weston in Cessna 172
Aviation Wellbeing Conference 2019
How Dassault Set the SMO-TEB Coast-to-Coast Record with a Falcon 8X – AINtv
In the Making: First #A330neo to Azul Linhas Aéreas
Short field performance that goes a long way

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