Published on June 21st, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/06/2019

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:

9H-QAE Boeing 737-800 c/n 44812 Malta Air Registered at London Stansted 20/06/19 in Ryanair colours after transfer ex EI-GDR.
Global Aviation News:

American, United, Delta Air: premium economy results encouraging

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CFM’s Leap Production Back on Schedule
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IAG Deal Gives Major Boost for Beleaguered Boeing Max
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Intro Aviation mulling new Corsair destinations in Africa, Indian Ocean and North America
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It is fair to say passenger numbers in Iceland erupted this decade just like one of its volcanoes, but traffic levels now continue to slip as the country witnesses a cooling in demand
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Laudamotion examining Baltics, Scandinavia or Eastern Europe for new base; eyes A321neo
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Lufthansa considering upgraded business class airfares on 777X: CCO network airlines
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Non-stop links to Europe and the US are ‘now possible’ as arrival of first A330neo brings ‘new destinations into play’ for AirAsiaX
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Irish Aviation News:

Accipiter Holdings purchases 20 A320neo aircraft

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ASL, Boeing announce agreement for 20 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters; Boeing increasing production to meet growing demand
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Amazon partners with GECAS to lease an additional fifteen 737-800 Converted Freighters
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An interview with Willie Walsh, CEO of International Airline Group, after his stunning commitment in Paris to buy 200 Boeing 737 MAXs.

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CDB Aviation Places $1.3 Billion LEAP-1A Order
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Elix Aviation Capital launch customer for ATR’s new Short Take Off and Landing version
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IAA Celebrates 100 years of Trans-Atlantic flight – Alcock and Brown centenary

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Malta Air’s fleet grows to six aircraft
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Nordic Aviation Capital and GE Finalize TrueChoice Flight Hour Agreement

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Tweet Picks:

@alex_gailey When will the new A220 come to ATL? Delta hasn’t disclosed, and says Atlanta routes typically need “larger gauge narrowbodies,” like Boeing 737-900s and Airbus A321s.
@jonostrower ALC’s John Plueger, who jokingly pulled out his Amex at the Airbus press conference when his company bought A321XLRs, says the card had to be canceled later in the day because press photos showed the card number. #PAS19.
@jonostrower GE Aviation boss David Joyce says that the GE9X engine will be fixed with a redesigned compressor stator over the next several months.
Looking like 777X first flight “later in the fall.” Boeing won’t fly without the revised engine after “excessive wear” found in testing. #PAS19.
@Johnslattery100 More good news from Paris. @KLM just signed a letter of intention to purchase up to 35 #E195E2 to complement the 49 #E175/#E190s in its Cityhopper fleet.
@winglets747 Interesting that announcement for American Airlines A321 XLR says the type “will allow airlines to operate the aircraft from U.S. East Coast airports to medium-size European cities.” That’s East Coast airports. Previous media reports suggested Dallas-Europe.
Video Picks:

AirAsia | 10 Questions with Tony
Believe the Unbelievable Tony Fernandes at Oracle OpenWorld Asia 2019
Boeing, 737 Max Win Big at Paris Air Show
Norwegian cancels Shannon and Cork services
Viability of Long Haul, Low Cost Airlines


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