Published on July 17th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/07/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
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China Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 July:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 July
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 July
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15 July
North America Newsletter 15 July
Aircraft Update:
OY-GDA Embraer 195LR c/n 19000184 Great Dane Airlines Delivered Dublin-Aalborg 15/07/19 ex EI-GGA.
Global Aviation News:
Air Malta CIO: APIs helped us to return to profitability for the first time in 18 years
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Airfare is dropping — and you can enjoy the trend through September
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Alitalia Rescue Plan Could See Delta Boost Initial Stake
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Emirates to launch services to Mexico City via Barcelona
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India Plans Roadshows for Air India Sale
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Milan Bergamo sees significant growth in the first half of 2019
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Moody’s rates British Airways’ 2019-1 EETC, Class AA at Aa2, Class A at A3

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The NMA Offer To Customers Will Raise Boeing’s Stock
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Irish Aviation News:
Car parks at Dublin Airport at capacity as holiday season peaks
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Colm McLoughlin wins ‘outstanding contribution’ award in home country of Ireland
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Dublin Airport Is Founder Member Of Institute Of Asset Management

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Positive first half of 2019 for Irish tourism, but Brexit looms large

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Ryanair And IAG May Be Renaming The 737 MAX, But Boeing Says It Isn’t
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Ryanair, WizzAir “ready to fly to Armenia if departure tax is dropped”
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Shannon Group To Meet With Clare County Council

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Tweet Picks:
@AeroimagesChris Looks like @Ryanair is dropping the MAX title from is new #737MAX200 aircraft. Instead of “737 MAX” on the nose the 5th aircraft rolled out of paint wearing “737-8200” in its place.
@Airlineroute Quite an interesting codeshare from Hong Kong Airlines, the airline has been codesharing with China Eastern on the latter’s Shanghai – Hong Kong route since September 2012 and Shanghai Airlines since October 2013.
@Gaussm Very proud for the first time to receive the Sector Leadership Award from Airline Business. Believing in our strategy from the beginning was globally recognized. @airBaltic team is ready to achieve even more now. #ABStrats #FlightGlobal.
@winglets747 A321neo a better fit for Alaska Airlines, irrespective of current MAX issues argues ⁦@LeehamNews⁩.
@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:

Airlines provide different timelines for the re-entry of the 737 Max
All aboard the Qatar Airways Airbus A350 to Warsaw, Poland
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines: Responsible Catering
New airline passenger protections kick in
Willie Walsh Example of extra fuel burned due to ATC strike


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