Published on June 4th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/06/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

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:

Aer Lingus further expands wet-leased RJ85 operation with CityJet to Paris CDG
A new era in Western Canada connectivity as Westjet launches Calgary-Dublin route:
Cathay Pacific celebrates the first anniversary of Hong Kong-Dublin route:
Emirates Airlines resumes double daily service to Dublin following completion of DXB runway programme:
Aircraft Update:

D-ASTT Airbus A319-112 c/n 3560 Castlelake Ferried Lourdes-St Athan 31/05/19 after storage in Germania colours.
D-ASTU Airbus A319-112 c/n 3533 Castlelake Ferried Lourdes-St Athan 31/05/19 after storage in Germania colours.
OE-LOT Airbus A320-232 c/n 2522 Laudamotion Registered 27/05/19 Delivered Istanbul Airport-Vienna 31/05/19 ex TC-JUJ.
OE-LOU Airbus A320-214 c/n 3132 Laudamotion Registered 29/05/19 prior delivery at Chengdu ex B-6313.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus A350 Order Revival
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Aviation Tycoon Neeleman Eager Buyer for Proposed New Airbus Jet
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Comair buys aircraft leasing, maintenance companies
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Emirates Eyes More Seats On Dubai-India Route
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Europe’s airline sector is prime for consolidation: Lufthansa CEO
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If you want to beat Emirates ‘improve your service’, Sheikh Ahmed tells rivals

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LATAM evaluates alternatives to JBAs with AA and IAG
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Wizz Air Falls on Muted Outlook as Fare War Heats Up

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Irish Aviation News:

A film tribute: Colm McLoughlin, travel retail statesman, celebrates 50 years in duty free

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Dublin Airport will offer incentives for buses to provide 24-hour services
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Ethiopian Airlines secures Madrid – Dublin local traffic rights from June 2019
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Hibernian Airlines join a growing list of Airlines choosing ASG for their training
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IAA County Clare and surrounding area – 5-7 June 2019

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Servicing Ryanair’s Fleet At Its Inhouse Base in Lithuania
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Tourism boost for the West of Ireland as Ryanair launches new service from Cologne to Ireland West Airport
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Two Airline customers select ASG for Flight Operations and Dispatch training
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Tweet Picks:

@DXBMediaOffice .@CNN: @emirates has just announced plans to launch the world’s shortest flight on the world’s biggest commercial plane — the double-decker Airbus A380. Two daily A380 flights between #Dubai and Muscat International Airport are scheduled to take to the skies on July 1.
@JohnMason1951 @Cardiff_Airport Let’s hope you can get another carrier like @Ryanair to pick up some of these routes. Destinations are important for visibility.
@jonostrower SCOOP: Boeing has quietly updated the specifications on the ultra long range 777-8, advancing the baseline design as it vies to win Qantas’ Project Sunrise challenge to connect Sydney and London non-stop.
@united Fuel for thought: This biofuel continues to power more flights with more biofuel than any other U.S. carrier. In fact, every United flight departing LAX uses biofuel, reducing our greenhouse gas emissions by more than 60% on a lifecycle basis. #EcoSkies.
@winglets747 Turkish Airlines in discussions to start service to eight Chinese cities, including Xi’an and Xiamen. (This will be a long process.)
Video Picks:

Cathay Pacific Lets Move Beyond
Colm McLoughlin – 50 Years in Duty Free
New Airline in Porto: LEVEL celebrates inaugural flight
DXB’s Southern Runway Rehabilitation – Final part: The engineering project
We Are Positive on the Prospect of Our Business Going Into 2020, Says Wizzair Air CEO


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