Published on June 27th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/06/2019

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-LOS Airbus A320-214 c/n 3153 Laudamotion Registered 21/06/19 Delivered Shandong-Tsentralny-Vienna 25/06/19 ex B-6315.
2-TJTH Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40233 DAE Capital Ferried Delhi-Amman 26/06/19 ex VT-JTH.
Global Aviation News:

American retiring the ‘workhorse’ Super 80 in September

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Basic Business Class Fares Set Landmines for Frequent Flyers
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Bombardier Caps Commercial-Jet Exit With CRJ Sale to Mitsubishi

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CEO: Politics playing role in Boeing 737 Max re-certification

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Finnair grows its operations in China, operates three weekly flights to new Beijing Daxing International Airport as of November 2019
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LOT Polish Airlines to operate Mombasa, Phuket and Mauritius charters in partnership with TUI
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Dr M: Govt wants to sell Malaysia Airlines but retain its identity
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Trans-Atlantic Flights Coming To Mid-Size Airports, According To New Forecast
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus and Ryanair seek would-be pilots for training programmes

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Irish vision for piloting air travel’s next leap forward
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Nordic Aviation Capital has reached an agreement to lease nine new ATR 72-600 aircraft to TAROM
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Ryanair seeks to limit UK share holding with buyback amendment
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Stobart Air to increase seat capacity on Leeds-Dublin route for the start of the Winter season
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Take to the skies – Aer Lingus wants more female pilots
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Winning Women- Travel Times
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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho New Zealand has about one aircraft per 1,000 people – among the highest ratios in the world, says John Nicholson, CEO of @AviationNZ (at ASPA conf). NZ aviation industry has US$16B in activity per year, US$5B in exports to over 100 countries.
@AvWeekScho Interesting fact – Air Tahiti apparently operates the world’s longest scheduled ATR flight at 4 hours – and also the shortest at 10 minutes (island hopping)
@GuillaumeFaury M. Roger Béteille is such a huge part of the Airbus story, from the creation of the A300B in 1969 right up to the launch of the A320 in 1984 – to say he made a lasting impact would be an understatement. The « man with the white tie » will be greatly missed.
@R_Wall Lufthansa, in investor slides, suggest EIS for its Boeing 777-9 in Q3 2020. Development issues may delay that tough.
@winglets747 Virgin Atlantic CEO wants more UK feed by consolidating existing short-haul airlines “under the banner of ‘Virgin something’”.
Video Picks:

Boeing 777X First Taxi Test
Qatar Airways Inaugural Flight to Lisbon, Portugal
Special message from Qatar Airways GCEO H.E. Mr. Akbar Al Baker
Tax cut on jet fuel, MRO tops aviation industry’s 2019 Budget wishlist
We are Air France


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