Published on June 7th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/06/2019

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
Aircraft Update:

C-GOWG Boeing 737-86J c/n 37757 Sunwing Airlines Ferried Toronto Pearson-Dublin-Katowice 02-03/061/19 on summer-lease to smartwings.

EI-FLM Boeing 737-85F c/n 30571 Air Italy Ferried Olbia-Ostrava 04/06/19 after storage.
G-OOBG Boeing 757-236 c/n 29942 TUI Airways Position St Anthan-Manchester 03/06/19 prior return to service as 737max replacement.
HB-JVV Embraer 190AR c/n 19000071 Helvetic Airways Delivered Middle Georgia Regional-Bangor-Keflavik-Zurich 02-03/06/19 ex N971NC.
Global Aviation News:

Airline Cargoes Filled With Meat as Gulf Route Transforms Trade

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Airlines Take a Step Toward Garbage-Free Flying
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Amazon Unveils Futuristic Helicopter-Plane Hybrid Drone for Deliveries
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Aviation Tycoon Neeleman Eager Buyer for Proposed New Airbus Jet
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Iberia and Finnair to link to Oneworld’s growing digital platform
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South Korea aviation market: a decade of rapid growth driven by LCCs
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SpiceJet Has ‘Several Offers’ for Stake in Indian Budget Airline

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Irish Aviation News:

Airport chief claims cross-border Tourism Ireland not promoting Belfast

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Irish Air traffic up 2.5% in April
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Next phase of Tellus Airborne Survey sets off over South East as it lands last flight in Limerick, Tipperary and west Cork.
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Ryanair’s passenger numbers rise 8% in May
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Ryanair publishes emissions statistics
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Women in Irish aviation honoured with awards
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Tweet Picks:

@FHavg Airbus confirms both A350 variants viable for Qantas Sunrise bid via @MaxK_J #IATAAGM.
@ghimlay .@IATA remains frustrated at lack of updates from Mexican government on plan for MEX airport system. “My favourite airport,” jokes IATA DG and CEO Alexandre de Juniac when issue comes up at briefing with Latin American media #IATAAGM.
@ghimlay .@SingaporeAir will require a “minimum viable set of countries” allowing the #737Max to fly again for the aircraft to return to service (SQ’s SilkAir has six 737 Max 8s on the ground) #IATAAGM.
@guildupont Should #Qantas order the 777X for Project Sunrise, I can see them picking the 777-9 as well and replace their A380s a la British Airways.
@winglets747 Interesting to see Perth hold its ground at risk of losing home airline service. Compare to Canada where airports don’t stick their head out too much for fear of Air Canada’s stick.
Video Picks:

Boeing’s Max 737 Is a Great Plane, Says SpiceJet’s Chairman
Interview with Brian Pearce, IATA’s Chief Economist, on the industry economic outlook
Interview with Richard Quest, CNN
KLM CEO on Industry Risks, Brand, Fleet, ‘Flying-V’ Concept
Watch CNBC’s full interview with Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg


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