Published on July 2nd, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/07/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 July:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 July:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 1 July :
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 1 July:
North America Newsletter 1 July:
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:
N108FE Boeing 767-3S2F(ER) c/n 42710 FedEx Ferried Paris CDG-Dublin 01/07/19 replacing Airbus A300-600R(F).
Global Aviation News:

airBaltic Celebrates the Strong Demand in Estonia with Special Airbus A220-300 Livery

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American Airlines: Capacity Constraints Moderate Earnings Growth
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Boeing in talks to reimburse airlines after 737 MAX grounding, CEO says
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European airline margin charts: Wizz Air could take #1 from Ryanair
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Finnair starting to climb again after China struggles, CEO says
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ICAO’s North Atlantic Systems Planning Group Appoints First Female Chairperson
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JetBlue: Biometrics initiative will improve travel experience
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Joon’s failure had nothing to do with millennial marketing

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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus adds A321neo LR Shannon – London service in S20
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Call For The Government To Significantly Up Investment In Shannon Airport

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Everything you need to know about Aer Lingus, MSP Airport’s new international carrier
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Irish travel start-up TurnedSee makes planning business events a pleasure
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Over 24,000 passengers handled by Beijing-Dublin direct flight route
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Shannon Airport Management Defend Growth Record
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World War II aircraft parts recovered in Co Monaghan

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Tweet Picks:

@colinpaulevans “The IAG order serves as a reminder that the MAX isn’t a consumer product bought by the flying public. For all its bad press, it will continue to be a best seller among airlines at the right price.”
@e_russell Air France-KLM is moving towards having Air France its A350 operator and KLM is 787 operator.
@e_russell European “carriers without fuel hedges, especially those with ‘weak’ balance sheets” face a “major problem” in 2019, says IAG boss Willie Walsh.
@R_Wall Bombardier will build the current CRJ backlog on behalf of MHI with production expected to conclude in the H2 2020 after delivery of current backlog.
@R_Wall U.S. airlines will fly around 2 million more seats to/ from Europe between May and July this year compared with the same period last year, reports @dougcameron.
Video Picks:

Aviation TV at ACI Europe 2019: Interviews David O‘Brien, CCO, Ryanair.
Boeing investors aren’t worried about 737 Max affecting 2020 forecast, says analyst
Boeing 737 delays will impact airline revenues, says former Continental Airlines CEO
In the Making: First A350-900 to China Southern
29th ACI EUROPE Annual Congress


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