Published on May 27th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/05/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Webinar on implementing AI and ML in Aircraft Data Management

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 May

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 May:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20 May

North America Newsletter 20 May
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Cityjet RJ85’s begin a new life in Canada as fire fighting aircraft
United Airlines Introduces Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner on Dublin-New York/Newark Route:
Aircraft Update:
G-DRTI Boeing 737-8FH c/n 29639 Jet2 Delivered Shannon-Manchester 24/05/19 prior paint ex M-ABLU.
OE-LOQ Airbus A320-214 c/n 3131 Laudamotion Delivered TMA-OMS-Vienna 25/05/19 ex B-6312.
YU-APK Airbus A319-132 c/n 2032 Air Serbia Delivered Shannon-Belgrade 24/05/19 ex OE-IAN.
Global Aviation News:

Chile’s Supreme Court bars LATAM JVs with American and IAG

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Further changes to Icelandair’s flight schedule due to suspension of Boeing 737 MAX – number of passengers to Iceland continues to increase
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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II visits British Airways’ headquarters to mark the airline’s centenary
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Home-grown growth
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IAG set to make third pitch for Norwegian – report
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Moody’s changes outlook on British Airways’ rating to positive from stable; affirms Baa3 rating
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‘Riding on a white bird with long wings’: Mumbai Woman Aarohi Pandit flies ultralight aircraft across Atlantic
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Wizz Air flies 200 millionth passenger, but over 100 million have been transported since 2015; Q1 2019 traffic up 11%, load factor 2.0%
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Irish Aviation News:

Celebrating Aer Lingus on the anniversary of their first flight in 1936
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Grant Thornton on fast track to the future with new Status Go Dublin Airport campaign
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Inflight Dublin to provide IFE content to TUI, Icelandair and SriLankan Airlines

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Ryanair Launches New Dublin Route To Toulouse
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Ryanair ready to place more 737 Max orders: O’Leary
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Ryanair secures compensation deal from Boeing
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Ryanair Will Be Last Man Standing In Any European Short Haul Shakeout
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Tweet Picks:

@BoeingAirplanes We appreciate the FAA’s leadership in taking this important step in bringing global regulators together to share information and discuss the safe return to service of the 737 MAX.
@BoeingCEO Safety is our top priority, and we’re dedicated to working with global regulators and the broader industry to make aviation even safer.
@ChinaAvReview Xiamen Airlines will start to reposition it’s Boeing 737 MAX fleet from eastern China to inland airports in China for long term storage as early as tomorrow. This is a precaution to avoid wet and humid summer on the coast. Xiamen has 10 737MAX.
@SeanM1997 British Airways will add a second daily A350 on its London Heathrow – Dubai route from 1 March 2020 (BA105/BA104) replacing the B772. The first A350 flights to Dubai are from 8 November 2019. British Airways’ A350 will also operate daily to Toronto, Tel Aviv and Bengaluru.
@timjue Delta Air Lines takes delivery of first Airbus A330neo, outfitted with new J/W/Y+/Y products. These will be assigned to its Seattle-hub for transpacific flying, at first. DL has committed to 35 A330neos to replace aging Boeing 767-300 fleet.
Video Picks:

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EasyJet aiming for 10% growth, CEO says | Squawk Box Europe
Legendary Tu-134 conducts its last flight in Russia


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