Published on July 15th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/07/2019

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:

N304CM Boeing 767-316 c/n 29228 Cargo Aircraft Management Ferried Wilmington Air Park-Shannon-Tel Aviv 11-13/07/19 for freighter conversion ex CC-CZT.

OE-IDX Boeing 737-96NER c/n 35225 GECAS Ferried Bangalore-Cairo-Lasham 13/07/19 ex VT-JLJ.

Global Aviation News:

Avianta Capital and two former WOW air managers to establish new airline, WAB air
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Dubai Airports reveals new real-time airport management system
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Emirates airline to offer uninterrupted Wi-Fi, live TV on US flights
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Etihad Airways sees much room for growth in Korea
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Infare sees low-cost carriers’ data consumption rate grow at three-times the rate of network rivals
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Low cost carriers drive Croatia’s record summer
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Irish Aviation News:
Bombardier Belfast wins engineering prize for eco-designed wing
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More flights than ever before linking Dublin, United Arab Emirates and Australia
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Ryanair COO Bellew to Leave Amid Search for Airline Chief
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Ryan family to start new Icelandic airline
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Six West appoints Paul Cantillon as Project Manager, Flight Operations Services
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Significant Benefits From Fixed Electrical Ground Power At Dublin Airport
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Top facts about Aer Lingus, one of Ireland’s best airlines
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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineFlyer Delta says its MD90 fleet will be retired by the end of 2022. #AvGeek.

@business IAG CEO says frustration with Airbus over late jetliner deliveries was a factor in his decision to place a $24 billion order for Boeing’s grounded 737 Max model.

@e_russell As United’s #737Max groundings near the end of the year, worth recalling that the airline had planned to be operating ~110 flights/day with 30 737-9s by end-2019. Cutting that out will take a bite out of capacity.

@winglets747 Kjos: “You shouldn’t lead an airline past your 70s”.

@winglets747 Tony Fernandes expects the AirAsia group to return to Europe – but not Paris or London. He favours the Czech Republic, Hungary and Russia with A330neo service from Bangkok.

Video Picks:

France’s eco-tax on flights criticised by airlines and activists
Interview with Adel Ali, Group CEO Air Arabia
Interview with Sir Tim Clark, President, Emirates Airline at ATM 2019
Michael O’Leary & Willie Walsh talk about Aviation and Brexit
Qatar Airways’ Inaugural flight to Rabat, Morocco


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