Published on June 11th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/06/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 June:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 June:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 10 June:  

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 10 June:  

North America Newsletter 10 June:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Rebrands EI-CVB Airbus A320 ahead of summer season:
American Airlines further increases Dublin Airport connectivity with new Dallas Fort Worth route:
Aircraft Update:
A6-FDV Boeing 737-8KN c/n  40248 FlyDubai Ferried Dubai-Shannon 04/06/19 for painting for Comair as ZS-ZWM.

VQ-BAI Embraer 195LR c/n 19000084 GECAS Ferried Clermont-Ferrand-Geneva 07/06/19 ex EI-GCB.

2-JFXX Boeing 737-85R c/n 42800 Orix Aviation Corp Ferried Ostrava-Sal International 07/06/19 ex VT-JFX.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus A321neoLR: the longest range narrowbody, for now

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Airlines Await Repatriation of $413 Million from African States
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Air New Zealand and Qantas neck-and-neck in race to New York
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American Air Extends Boeing Max Cancellations Through Sept. 3
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Indonesia Mulls Allowing Foreign Carriers To Fly Domestically
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Middle East aviation is set to move from one golden age to another

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Regional carrier Great Dane set to begin operations
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Turkey-NE Asia aviation: underserved market growth potential
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Irish Aviation News:

Belfast City Airport profits up 12% despite fall in passengers

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Failure of transatlantic airline routes to Northern Ireland blamed on lack of marketing
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Embraer Commercial CEO John Slattery Sees No Max Effect on Boeing Deal

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Lack of transatlantic air routes to NI down to ‘poor marketing’

New £1m food village touches down at Belfast International

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Those magnificent men who landed their flying machine in a Galway bog
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Tourism Ireland welcomes +12% growth in holidaymakers to Northern Ireland for 2018
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Tourism Minister unveils new strategy to grow tourism from Britain
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650 Indians visit Ireland with Thomas Cook India and Tourism Ireland
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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Aer Lingus A321neo LR to serve Dublin – London Heathrow from 01NOV19, subject to change.

@Airlineroute QANTAS schedules one-time A380 service on Sydney – Los Angeles – Orlando route on 19JAN20, return on 24JAN20.

@codyroyle Internal flights in Europe are clutch. $45 CAD to fly from @Irelandwest to Edinburgh for me to speak at
@DisruptHR_Edin. Same flight would cost me $897 in Canada (if I booked 6 months in advance).
@winglets747 The A321XLR could fly from American’s hub in Dallas to Central Europe.

@jonostrower The 2011 AA deal that launched the 737 Max also meant that Airbus got its foothold. It can offer the A321XLR with little introduction cost. And more than a few industry officials have mused privately that those 787-8s may just be waiting to be converted to an NMA commitment.

Video Picks:

Bloomberg Turnaround: Qantas
Finnair CEO says Korean aviation market should focus on both pricing and customer experience
Goldman: United can rally 32%
Lufthansa CEO: Expect more airlines to disappear
Qantas’ Project Sunrise could start in 2023: CEO


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