Published on July 1st, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/07/2019

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:

Finnair announces increased flight frequencies on Dublin-Helsinki route this winter:

Lufthansa operates first European Airbus A321Neo service on Frankfurt-Dublin route:

Aircraft Update:

OE-IDW Boeing 737-96NER c/n 35223 GECAS Feried Cochin International-Delhi-Muscat-Malta-Lasham 28-29/06/19 ex VT-JLH.
2-TJFK Boeing 737-8AL c/n 39060 Elite Aero Ireland Ferried Bombay-Heraklion 29/06/19 ex VT-JFK.
Global Aviation News:

ACI: European airports see slower traffic growth

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British Airways increases frequency between Scotland and London Heathrow next winter
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Coordinated Effort to Safely Return 737 MAX to Service

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Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian: the Code Conference interview (transcript)
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EC transport chief warns US not to curtail Air Italy flights
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Hainan Airlines’ Edinburgh flights ‘under negotiation’
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IAG firms up two more Airbus A320neo for Iberia
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India needs to scale up airport infra: Virgin Atlantic
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Vueling Airlines and GE Aviation Implement Fleet-Wide Network Operations Suite
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Wizz Air CEO Says New Airbus Jets Will Extend Reach to India
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Work Gains International Recognition

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Ethan Sherry from Dungannon, County Tyrone, Nothern Ireland has joined an elite group of pilots by completing a solo microlight flight on his 16th birthday
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First Aer Lingus MSP to Dublin flight Monday

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh still sees a case for more A380 in the British Airways fleet – if one issue can be resolved – reconfiguration cost
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Irish Tourism Dashboard – May 2019

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Paphos tourism board welcomes new Ryainair flights
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Ryanair CTO talks tech strategy at Travel Massive
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737 Max deal saves IAG from being Airbus ‘captive’: CEO Willie Walsh
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Tweet Picks:

@crankyflier Looks like the @AmericanAir flat bed experiment between LA and Boston didn’t work (or they don’t have enough planes) – from Sep 4, all flights have switched to go back to regular A321s (today 2 are on A321Ts).
@ghimlay .@USDOT has announced a modernised air transport agreement with Argentina, allowing for unrestricted capacity and frequencies.
@jonostrower Boeing just put out an 8K SEC filing (a material event) stating that the MCAS software needs to be altered to address a  “specific condition of flight, which the planned software changes do not presently address.” Looks likely to add a fresh delay to the 737 Max’s return.
@SeanM1997 Scandinavian Airlines SAS will be ending its London Stansted to Copenhagen daily flight, with the last flight being on 31 October 2019. The route was only started in April 2019 & means another legacy carrier not working at Stansted.
@SeanM1997 Wizz Air will look at using their new A321XLR aircraft to connect London Luton and Eastern Europe with the likes of Dubai & India. Wizz also states no interest in launching flights to USA nor bidding for Thomas Cook, but could be interested in their slots.
Video Picks:

Aerials of 737 MAX planes parked at Boeing Field, Renton factory
Boeing P-8A Poseidon Anti-Submarine Exercise
Discover Porto with Emirates cabin crew
Qantas revamps Frequent Flyer program
United Airlines’ CEO on Customer Complaints


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