Published on June 13th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/06/2019

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:

OE-IIZ Airbus A320-214 c/n 883 CIT Aerospace Ferried Shannon-St Anthan 12/06/19 ex XU-801.

9H-QAA Boeing 737-800 c/n 44782 Malta Air Registered at London Stansted 11/06/19 on transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FZI.

2-TJFJ Boeing 737-8AL c/n 39059 Elite Aero Ireland Ferried Nagpur-Bombay 11/06/19 ex VT-JFJ.

Global Aviation News:

Chair Airlines – rebranding of Germania Flug AG

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Connect Airways announces appointment of Mark Anderson as CEO

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Europe the largest region for A321LR interest: CAPA
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KBRA Releases Report – European Airlines: Clear Skies or More Turbulence Ahead?
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Lessors See Signs of Optimism for 2019
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Mexican aviation: Domestic shares shift as transborder rationalises
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SAS and Flybe to end ‘white label’ services
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‘There hardly any gold left in Vienna’ following’ post airberlin ‘gold rush’: Austrian CEO
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Vienna: Flughafen Wien’s strong growth and fine tuning its airline mix

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus passenger numbers dip 0.3% in May

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Amedeo Announces the Opening of Tokyo Branch; Mashahiro Mita and Kinichi Yuki Join Team
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Cathay Pacific says Dublin-HK service performing ‘very encouragingly’
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Ei Electronics supporting Shannon Aviation Museum
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GECAS announces new Regional Manager for Latin America & Caribbean
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Virgin Australia and Virgin Atlantic apply to cooperate between Australia and the UK/Ireland
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With Malta Air, Ryanair continues its shift to an IAG-like structure
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XLCS Partners Advises MAAS Aviation in Sale to Egeria
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Tweet Picks:

@JohnLStrickland The non stop Perth-London proving a great success for @Qantas not least for premium traffic. Going to be interesting to see how dynamics of SYD/MEL-LON shift once they become viable non stops.

@SeanM1997  British Airways has cut its Airbus A320neo order from 25 to 22 whilst upgrading their A321neo order from 10 to 13. The A321neo offers 220 seats, 40 more than the A320neo and will be a capacity upgrade at its London Heathrow hub.

@SeanM1997 British Airways (BA) have released its first image of its new A350-1000. The aircraft will be based at London Heathrow (LHR) first operate test flights to Madrid (MAD), before operating flights to Toronto Pearson (YYZ), Dubai (DXB), Bengaluru (BLR) and Tel Aviv (TLV).

@SeanM1997 London Heathrow (LHR) Airport served 6.7m passengers in May 2019 (+1.4% YoY). Oceania (+10.8%) and East Asia (+10.7%) saw the fastest growth, whilst domestic routes increase +2.2% thanks to new Flybe routes to Guernsey and Isle of Man.

@SeanM1997 Manchester Airport served 2.6m passengers in May 2019 (+5.8% YoY). The busiest routes in May were Amsterdam, Palma, Dublin, Tenerife and Alicante. Top route growers include Qatar (+45%), Singapore (+19%) and Muscat (+15%).

Video Picks:

Delta Airlines CEO on the new biometrics international terminal
Delta CEO Ed Bastian | Full interview | Code 2019
Dublin Air Traffic Controller retires!
Emirates reveals Rugby World Cup 2019 Airbus A380
NZQN/Queenstown 60 second Approach overview


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