Published on June 25th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/06/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Completes Automatic EASA CAMO Transition Project:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 June:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 June:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 24 June:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 24 June:
North America Newsletter 24 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:
OE-IBF Boeing 737-809 c/n 30664 Smartwings painted at Shannon 19/06/19 to become OK-TSV.
2-TJTN Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40236 DAE Capital Ferried Delhi-Amman 24/06/19 ex VT-JTN.
9H-QAG Boeing 737-800 c/n 44815 Malta Air Registered at London Stansted 24/06/19 on transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-GDT.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus Says IAG Narrowbody Tender Remains Open to A320
Air Partner: Iceland and Croatia increasingly popular for MICE groups
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Airlines Avoid Strait of Hormuz After Iran-U.S. Tensions Escalate
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American Airlines Pilots Appeal to Boeing CEO for Max Simulator Time
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Boeing may have to rebrand MAX, says Al Baker
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Indigo Partners Adds To Growing A321XLR Order Tally
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Istanbul’s New Airport Is Boosting a Budget Airline Instead of Turkish Airlines
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Norwegian Air Shuttle CEO: Taxes ‘weaken’ ability to invest in new aircraft to reduce emissions
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Nostalgia meets reinvention: Gander’s legendary airport celebrates 60 years

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Virgin Atlantic’s New LAX-MAN Service is Part of ‘Huge Growth Plan’

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Irish Aviation News:

Minister Flanagan announces new 5 Year Multi-Entry Visa option for Chinese tourists

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Minister Ross publishes draft laws to reform Ireland’s Aviation Regulation Regime
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Nordic Aviation Capital places order for 20 A220 Family aircraft
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Responses to 2019 Draft Determination on Airport Charges due by 8 July
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Ryanair plans further growth in Croatia
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The 737 Pilot Who Came to Rescue Boeing – IAG CEO Willie Walsh
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Tweet Picks:
@AvWeekScho Air New Zealand CEO Luxon just announced he is stepping down – hints that future role may be in either “corporate life, politics or a not for profit.” Its long been an open secret that he’s interested in throwing his hat in the political ring. His 7-year tenure ends Sept. 25.
@CAPA_Aviation Peru is one of the most interesting markets in Latin America.  With the spread of the lcc model both Viva and Sky have ambitions to capitalise on the growth potential, while @LATAMAirlines shows no sign of allowing its dominance to be eroded. #CAPAInsights.
@tonyfernandes Does anyone in mavcom understand the airline industry. Low cost carriers are growing faster than any other mode of transport in the world. Every asean country is embracing low cost airports. Not mavcom? Tourism industry is low hanging fruit for Malaysia.
@tonyfernandes Genuinely happy for @Boeing to get the big order for the Max . Kevin and ishane are good guys . Aircraft manufacturers should value airlines.
@tonyfernandes 11 years in a row world best low cost airline  .13 th largest airline in the world  4 th in Asia yet mavcom never really consult us on the fastest growing industry on aviation. Low cost air travel. Or even want LCC airports or terminals !!!!!!!
Video Picks:

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