Published on June 20th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/06/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Completes Automatic EASA CAMO Transition Project:

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

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 June:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 June:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 June:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17 June:

North America Newsletter 17 June:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

First EJ Registered corporate aircraft touches down in Dublin Airport:
Ryanair’s newly formed subsidiary Malta Air operates first service to Dublin:

Aircraft Update:

D-ASXX Boeing 737-8AS c/n 34984 Sun Express Deutschland Delivered Montpellier-Frankfurt 17/06/19 ex EI-EPE.

9H-QAC Boeing 737-800 c/n 44789 Malta Air First Service London Stansted-Marseille-London Stansted 19/06/19 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FZS.
9H-QAD Boeing 737-800 c/n 44813 Malta Air Registered at London Stansted 19/06/19 ex EI-GDP.

2-STND Boeing 737-86N c/n 36825 Elite Aero Ireland Ferried Hyderabad-Bangalore 15/06/19 ex VT-JBU.

Global Aviation News:

AirAsia X looking to expand into Europe
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Cebu Pacific explains decision to go max-pax on A330neo
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David Neeleman keen on A321XLR for select TAP transatlantic routes
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Electric Planes to Debut for Airline Serving Nantucket, Vineyard

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Germany the battleground in European aviation war
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Icelandair confirms it’s pulling out of Tampa International Airport because of 737 Max groundings
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I’m Still Staying Away From JetBlue Despite Gains In Load Factor And Analyst Support
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Is Emirates effectively creating another class of travel as it unbundles its business class fares to offer premium comforts without some of the frills?
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Rolls-Royce Accelerates Electrification Strategy With Acquisition Of Siemens’ Electric And Hybrid-Electric Aerospace Propulsion Business
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus flies off again with 4-star rating from Skytrax

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Aergo Capital builds on their relationship with AviaAM
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Avolon Increases LEAP-1A Engine Portfolio With $2.06 Billion U.S. Order
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CFM, Macquarie Finance Close $588 Million U.S. LEAP-1A Engine Order
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NAC signs for up to 100+ ATRs
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Ryanair low cost airline starts flying from Kharkiv to Krakow
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SMBC Aviation Capital Orders Additional CFM LEAP-1A ENGINES
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SMBC Aviation Capital Selects Pratt & Whitney GTF™ Engines to Power 20 Additional Airbus A320neo Family Aircraft
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Tweet Picks:

@aerospaceguru If Willie Walsh can negotiate a discount attractive enough to change IAGs short haul fleet portfolio to encompass Boeing, I can only imagine what Michael O’Leary will come out with!.#AvGeek #planespotting #PAS19.

@airwaysmagazine @airlease specs wish list for NMA: 220-270 passengers, 5000 mile range, and cost between largest single aisle and smallest twin aisle. #PAS19.

@airwaysmagazine Udvar-Hazy: The 787 has been the darling of long haul. @AirLeaseCorp is placing an order for 5 787-9s in additions to 10 798-10s we purchased to lease for Korean. The 787-9s have already been placed for customers. Since IFLC, we have ordered 140 787s, the most of anyone. #PAS19.

@dominicgates It’s difficult to imagine any better news for Boeing coming out of the 2019 Paris Air Show at this pivotal point when the strain of the MAX crashes weighs so heavily on the company. IAG delivers a massive vote of confidence in the MAX. #PAS19.

@IFALPA IFALPA President Cpt @JackNetskar in @nytimes “The industry has not been able to attract females…on a global basis it’s just 5 % females in the cockpit…They have a job to do,” he said of those recruiting pilot cadet.

Video Picks:

Air Lease CEO on Purchase of 100 Airbus A321 Aircraft
AirAsia A330neo tour at the 2019 Paris air show
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737 Max to Fly Again This Summer, Says Safran CEO


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