Published on May 28th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/05/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Webinar on implementing AI and ML in Aircraft Data Management:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 May:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 May:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 27 May:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 27 May:
North America Newsletter 27 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:
2-SWKE ATR72-212A(500)  c/n 767 Elix Aviation Capital Ferried Malta-Jersey-Rotterdam-Shannon 21-24/05/19 in all white colours ex VT-CMA.
N8336C Douglas DC-3 c/b 7313 JM Air Ferried Waterbury–Oxford-Gander-Kangerlussuaq-Reykjavík-Weston 19-23/05/19 in Civil Air Transport colours.
Global Aviation News:
airBaltic eyes Western Europe bases in ambitious growth plan
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Airbus Claims Confidence in its Mid-market Coverage
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Air tourists create enormous values for AS Norway
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American plots long-term growth from its most profitable hub
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Bahamasair CEO Tracy Cooper seeks more partnerships
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Boeing’s 737 Max Bills Include $2,000 a Month to Park Each Grounded Jet
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GMR Airports: GMR Infrastructure finally gets fresh investment

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New Belgian startup Air Antwerp hopes to find profitable niche

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Six Chinese carriers eye Croatia flights

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Turkish airports: TAV Airports results point to a future after Atatürk
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Irish Aviation News:
Dublin Airport Capital Projects Update
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Michael O’Leary settles in for a last hurrah at the Ryanair Group

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Q1 2019 Quality of Service Report of Dublin Airport
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Ryanair expects first Max flights this winter
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Ryanair launches new Budapest route to Lappeenranta, Finland for winter 2019
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US CBP service at Shannon to be extended
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Walk in My Shoes: Bosses learn the realities for frontline workers – DAA

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Wizz Air boss Jozsef Varad on his grand plan to steal Ryanair’s crown

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Tweet Picks:

@ACI_EUROPE Creating “sense of place” retail area requires good collaboration with local producers, but also good collaboration with the airport itself and its position as a driver of the development of its region – advice from
@LagarderePNews’s Frédéric Chevalier #aciKrakow.
@ACI_EUROPE Rafał Milczarski, CEO at LOT: Our home turf is Central Europe – there are highly motivated, proactive people here, who have the EU at heart. They are mentally and emotionally at the heart of the continent. We want to deliver the best connectivity to fuel their success.
@JohnLStrickland #LOT CEO says suffered from ATC strikes. One country should not be able to affect another country through strike action. @ACI_EUROPE #airlines #airports.
@MaxK_J Big day for #737Max… and FAA chief warns: “If it takes a year to find everything we need to give us the confidence to lift the [grounding] order so be it”.
@RegionalGateway Close to 90% of airports in Europe now offer incentives to attract airlines. We are entering a new era when it comes to how airports compete for carriers – Olivier Jankovec, @ACI_EUROPE #acikrakow.
Video Picks:

Magic – HP Inc. CEO Dion Weisler flies Pilatus PC-12
Molly Hennessy, United Airlines—Customer-Centric Digital Innovation
Next-Gen Airline Retailing (Big 3 US carriers) – Part 1
New Orleans invests $1 billion in airport improvements
South African Airways A340 Presidential Inauguration Fly Past


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