Published on June 26th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/06/2019

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:

EI-GIV ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1056 GECAS Ferried Delhi-Al Ain International 25/06/19 ex VT-JCX.
OE-IBT Boeing 737-83N c/n 32578 Celestial Aviation Registered 24/06/19 parked at Bombay.
OE-IKB Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 30645 Sasof III Aviation Ireland Registered 24/06/19 parked at Don Mueang International since 02/06/19.
Global Aviation News:

A321XLR: where airlines will fly the Airbus aircraft

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Brussels Airlines CEO announces separation from Eurowings
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China Southern Airlines eyes world domination as it puts plans to join Oneworld on the back burner
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Connectivity: The moment when things really started to blur
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Humans prefer customer service over automation for almost every travel function
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LEVEL expands Amsterdam service from late-June 2019
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Lufthansa Capital Markets Day 2019 presentation
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The Threat Of A Civil Aircraft Shootdown In Southern Iran Is Real
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Virgin Atlantic demands 150 slots at expanded Heathrow airport

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Shannon – New York aircraft changes from March 2020

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Airports must be seen as catalysts for regional development… Shannon Chamber
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Grounding of Boeing 737 Max has taken €60m from Mid West
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Record May At Dublin Airport
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StageGate Process for Capital Project Allowances
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Written answers Tuesday, 18 June 2019 Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport Regional Airports
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€14 million for four Irish airports, but nothing for struggling Shannon
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Tweet Picks:

@Oliver__Clark Lufthansa Group chief Carsten Spohr says M&A is “overrated” as a single fix for the market during capital markets day.
@R_Wall @lufthansa CEO says @Airbus A321XLR “could be used in our network” maybe for African destinations;  Even so, he says, “it is a niche product”.
@SeanKellyMEP Replying to @sarah_ironside @Kaenaso and 2 others I used to get Shannon flight when first an MEP. The concentration of flights in Dublin is unfair & not sustainable. Need more flights from regional airports esp. @ShannonAirport , @CorkAirport @KerryAirport  & #Knock . That’s what they were built for !!
@SpaethFlies Another attempt for long-haul LCC failed as @lufthansa Group exits @Eurowings from long haul markets and hands them to group’s network carriers, the long-haul experts anyway. Nothing has been gained by this costly venture to try LCC long-haul within the group.
@thatjohn I live near France’s second business city, Lyon. LYS has only three full service longhaul routes (YUL, DXB, IST) because Air F̶r̶a̶n̶c̶e̶  abandoned the French regions. You’d better believe I’d rather a nonstop A321XLR than connecting via any of the Eurohubs. #PaxEx.
Video Picks:

Future London – Heatrhow Airport Expansion Masterplan
House hearing on the status of Boeing 737 Max – 06/19/2019
PAL urged to drop Europe flights, reduce North America flights
Qatar Airways’ Inaugural Flight to Davao, Philippines
When the granny flies better in Emirates Economy | Emirates Airlines


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