Published on July 16th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/07/2019

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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:

EI-GOL Airbus A321-211 c/n 7680 stored Toulouse Francazal in WOW Air colours.
EI-GOX Airbus A321-211 c/n 7715 stored Toulouse Francazal in WOW Air colours.
VP-BBD Boeing 737-8AL c/n 39063 smartavia Delivered Ostrava-Talagi 11/07/19 in Nordavia colours ex 2-TJFQ.
VQ-BBV Boeing 737-86N c/n 36817 smartavia Delivered Seletar-Sharjah-Ostrava 13-14/07/19 for paint ex VT-JBM.
Global Aviation News:

American, United Extend Boeing Max Grounding Through Early Nov.

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Europe-India airlines not yet filling the Jet Airways gap
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European Commission report confirms stronger regulation of powerful airports would benefit European passengers by preventing monopoly abuse

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Indian regulator gives Emirates airline approval to operate Calicut flights
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Lufthansa CEO Slams ‘Irresponsible’ Sub-$11 Flights

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Wizz Air UK Announces Two New Routes From London Luton To Russia
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Irish Aviation News:

IAA Report of Drone Symposium Published

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KBRA Upgrades Avolon Senior Unsecured Notes To BBB+
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Lufthansa slams Ryanair German growth strategy

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Mototok Takes Off For Aer Lingus at Heathrow Airport
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Ryanair becomes Montenegro’s third largest carrier
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The Man Who Wanted To Fly – inside the new documentary

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Three Airbus A321 253nx for Aer Lingus on production line in Hamburg Finkenwerder
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34 Years Of Low Cost Flights – How Ryanair Built An Empire

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Tweet Picks:
@AirlineFlyer .@EGYPTAIR’s A220 now in the schedule, starting September 6 on a few domestic hops through Oct 24. Nothing in the schedule after that.
@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.
@SeanM1997 easyJet will relaunch an in-house tour operation in Summer 2020 called “easyJet Holidays”, and will sell packages directly to trade.
@SeanM1997 Flybe’s Saturday flights between Exeter and London City will be dropped from 13 July 2019, with the airline still operating the route 6x weekly (daily Monday – Friday & Sunday).
@SeanM1997 In Summer 2020, airlines are allowed to bid for up to 4 daily slots for the London (LHR) to Nice/Cairo/Moscow/Riyadh/Aberdeen/Edinburgh routes – as part of the IAG/BMI Merger.
Video Picks:

Boeing sees third straight month with no 737 Max orders
Delta CEO Ed Bastian on Boeing vs.Airbus
The Aireon System Goes Live
United Airlines extends 737 Max cancellations until Nov. 3
We want 60% of profit to come from our digital ventures, AirAsia CEO says


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