Published on July 10th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/07/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Check out the new features of SPARTA:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 July
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 July
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 July:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 8 July
North America Newsletter 8 July

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Air Canada introduces former Singapore Airlines Airbus A330-300s on Dublin routes
Lufthansa commences new weekly Frankfurt-Dublin Airbus A340-300 service

Aircraft Update:

ET-AXO Boeing 737-8AL c/n 39051  Ethiopian Airlines Delivered Shannon-ADD 05/07/19 ex 2-JFDA.
Global Aviation News:

AirAsia co-founder proposes plan to save Malaysia Airlines

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Hawaiian and JAL navigate a new landscape with ANA’s A380s
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How the A321XLR gained initial order momentum
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Norwegian Air Is Leaving Las Vegas Amid Broader Schedule Shakeup
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Scientists Say That Traveling Makes Us Much Happier Than Any Material Wealth
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Surging Air Traffic Prompts Rethink of Airport Gate Rights
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Virgin Atlantic outlines Heathrow ambitions
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Leased, Purchased and Sold 82 Aircraft in the Second Quarter 2019

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Avolon Q2 Update
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Fly Leasing to Sell 12 Aircraft
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Mayor welcomes Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) signing of lease for majority of Gardens International building
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NAC delivered one Embraer E195, MSN 19000413, to LOT Polish Airlines on lease
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Report Spanish firm Aernnova lodges interest in Bombardier’s Northern Ireland operations
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Shannon Aviation Museum Lets Fly Together Fundraiser 9th August
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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineFlyer I think it’s the last airline in the Americas to stop charging for in-flight entertainment, but @HawaiianAir has finally made all of its seatback/streaming content free of charge. #PaxEx.
@AirlineFlyer Super interesting that no prior A350 customer had opted for the humidification system and that @CSAIR_GLOBAL was the first to do so. #PaxEx.

@e_russell If an airline uses its a slot 80% of the time – per global regulations – they should be able to hold that slot no matter if they’re a legacy carrier or new entrant.
@e_russell Speaking of Dash 8s, Delta could swap E175s and CRJs for the turboprops on transborder routes under its proposed partnership with WestJet. ICYMI.
@McWhirterAlex Seen over and over again. LCCs are businesses they will only serve profitable routes. Look at how Norwegian axed @Gatwick_Airport to S’pore in favour of Latin America where yields are higher.

Video Picks:

American Airlines downgraded
Birr Air Display 2019
Emirates A380s land in Muscat
Porter Airlines offering seasonal flights to Muskoka
Richard Forson, President & CEO, Cargolux Airlines International


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