Published on June 12th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/06/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen shortlisted for the Aviation Innovation Award at the Aviation Industry Awards 2019:

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 Rebrands EI-CVB Airbus A320 ahead of summer season:
American Airlines further increases Dublin Airport connectivity with new Dallas Fort Worth route:

Aircraft Update:

CS-TRY Airbus A330-223 c/n 970 Azores Airlines Ferried Porto-Lourdes 05/06/19 for onward storage ex EI-EJY.
OE-IDW Boeing 737-96NER c/n 35223 Celestial Aviation Registered 07/06/19 at Cochin ex VT-JBY.
VQ-BXI Airbus A320-251N c/n 7698 GECAS Ferried Teruel-Shannon 08/06/19 for paint, for Azul Linhas Aéreas as PR-YYG.
2-JFDA Boeing 737-8AL c/n 39051 Goshawk Management Ireland Ferried Hyderabad-Cairo-Malta-Shannon 08-11/06/19 ex VT-JFD.
Global Aviation News:
Irish Aviation News:
Aircastle Announces Pricing of $650 Million Aggregate Principal Amount of Senior Notes
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IAG is looking at the 737 Max – CEO Willie Walsh [German]

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Ryanair to Invest in a Malta AOC Through Purchase of Malta Air

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SMBC Aviation Capital results for the year ended 31 March 2019

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Tourism Ireland Great Britain Market Strategy Launches

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Tweet Picks:

@DaveWallsworth Now this will be quite something! The @rafredarrows flying in formation with the #BOAC 747-400 at the @airtattoo on Saturday 20th July.
@e_russell “During the middle of the day, you could run a bowling ball down the middle of the runways at JFK, they’re only busy at night,” the classic quip on #JFK before JetBlue launched in 2000.
@JosephMuscat_JM We welcome the birth of #MaltaAir, ⁦@Ryanair⁩ ‘s new #Malta based airline, creating 350 new jobs, an investment of $1billion and the gradual transfer of at least 50 aircraft to our register -JM ⁦@KonradMizzi⁩
@tonyfernandes Started off with just 2 planes and now we have supported over 390,000 jobs directly and indirectly through the tourism multiplier effect.
@winglets747 United’s Chicago-Hong Kong will remain a 777-200ER, but a pre-merger Continental -200ER with 6-abreast business. Interim step until Polaris retrofit. United MD: “We’ve completely eliminated the old United business class cabin from the Hong Kong market.”
Video Picks:

EU Protects: How the EU helps us fly safely
Futuristic ‘Flying V’ Airplane Could Change The Way We Fly
Gibraltar airport recovers well from Monarch collapse with airlines taking on new slots
Konrad Mizzi and Michael O’ Leary launch Malta Air at Castille
Talking Edge: Navigating AirAsia’s digital flight


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