Published on June 5th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/06/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 June:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 June:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 June:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 June:
North America Newsletter 4 June 2019:
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:

C-FTOH Boeing 737-8HX c/n 29647 Sunwing Airlines Ferried Toronto Hamilton-Dublin-Katowice 31/05-01/06/19 on summer-lease to Smartwings.
G-DRTO Boeing 737-8JP c/n 37818 Jet2 Delivered Lasham-Manchester 31/05/19 ex EI-FJG.
HA-KAD Boeing 737-4Y0(F) c/n 24917 ASL Airlines (Hungary) Ferried Leipzig-Bournemouth 31/05/19.
N441FF Saab 340 c/n 441 CAE Aviation Ferried Springfield-Branson-Wilkes-Barre/Scranto-Goose Bay-Narsarsuaq-Keflavik-Luxembourg-Lapalisse/Périgny 29-05-03/06/19 ex SE-MCG
Global Aviation News:

Air France-KLM CEO Says Company Would Consider Buying a Competitor

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Boeing 737s Undergo Inspections for Wing Parts Prone to Cracking
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European Governments See Renewed Importance of National Airlines

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Flybe CEO launches Cranfield scholarship with IATA diversity award

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Norwegian plans to maintain bases in the Canary Islands
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Transit passengers generate less prosperity than holidaymakers: report

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U.S. Airlines’ Secret Sauce Isn’t Easy to Export
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Vistara To Launch International Flights In Second Half Of 2019

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Irish Aviation News:

A321XLR concept ‘very interesting’ for IAG: chief

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Drone fast food deliveries could ‘go live’ later this year, conference told

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Flanagan says new Dublin airport runway is ‘warranted and needed’
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FPG Amentum and LHI arrange the acquisition of an Air Baltic A220-300
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Tourism boost as Ryanair launch Cologne to Knock service
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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute From Dublin, AerLingus A321neo LR to serve Hartford from 02AUG19 (moved back from 15AUG19), Newark from 13FEB20, Washington Dulles from 29OCT19, Philadelphia from 01NOV19.
@e_russell “Canada is clearly on the list. It’s a nut we’ve been looking to crack here for a while,” says Spirit CEO Christie at #JumpStart19. Says Spirit will get there “eventually”.
@e_russell Delta’s growth in Boston has allowed it to graduate the city from a “focus city” to “our newest coastal hub”, says Delta MD of domestic network planning Maggie Bishop. #JumpStart19.
@ghimlay .@Aerolineas_AR CEO Luis Malvido says the Boeing 737 Max remains in the running in an ongoing evaluation of aircraft types for a planned narrowbody order to replace Austral’s E190s. “What happened with the Max is not a reason to not consider the Max.” #IATAAGM.
@R_Wall Qantas seeks best and final offers for Project Sunrise from Airbus, Boeing — bids due by August.
Video Picks:

Here’s what investors are watching for from the Boeing CEO’s speech
SpiceJet Adds 100th Aircraft to Its Fleet, Join Air India, Jet Airways
This $10 billion airport has never hosted a flight
United CEO Oscar Munoz on Boeing 737 Max, company growth and more
United CEO: We can’t automatically assume flyers will all feel safe on the Boeing 737 Max


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