Published on July 18th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/07/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
Some enhanced features are added to SPARTA:
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
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:

I-LCFC Boeing 737-86N c/n 35210 Blue Panorama Airlines Delivered Goodyear-Halifax-Shannon-Rome Fiumicino 16-17/07/19 ex VP-BYN.
OE-IEZ Airbus A330-343 c/n 1157 GKL Aircraft Ireland Ferried Lourdes-Naples 17/07/19 ex B-22105.
SP-LNP Embraer 195LR c/n 19000093 LOT Polish Airlines First Service Warsaw-Munich-Warsaw 17/07/19 ex EI-GAZ.
Global Aviation News:
A321neo operators alerted over ‘excessive pitch’ anomaly
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Delta’s upgrade efforts continues to spread
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Integrated plan ‘desperately’ needed to grow Malaysia’s tourism industry says Air Asia CEO
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July 2019 North Atlantic Update

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London Gatwick-N America: Norwegian Air still leads, but growth pauses
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Royal Air Maroc: China the next component in growth strategy
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Wizz Air cuts frequencies on A320 delivery delay
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WOW Air assets sold to investors
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Irish Aviation News:
Brussels airlines resumes Bristol / Hannover service from Sep 2019 operated by CityJet CRJ900
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CDB Aviation Expands Board with Appointment of Stephen Kavanagh
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City of Derry expects Ryanair to continue air links

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Collaborative Approach “Key” To Turning Shannon Airport’s Fortunes Around

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IAC Constructing New Widebody Painting Hangar at Shannon
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National aviation awards for Shannon companies

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Ryanair Expects Boeing Max Delivery Delays to Slow Capacity Growth for Winter 2019 and Summer 2020
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Tweet Picks:
@AirlineFlyer I don’t think this was previously announced, but @united says it has signed an agreement to purchase 19 used 737-700s, deliveries starting this December.
@ghimlay .@viajaVolaris planning more US service after decade of transborder flights. Some US cities that could get more Volaris flights: ORD, PHX, PDX, SAT, SJC and SEA.
@HofmannAviation Emirates to launch fifth freedom Dubai-Barcelona-Mexico City route. @emirates Sir Tim Clark said, direct connection between BCN and MEX has long been neglected by other airlines and remains underserved despite the strong customer demand.
@winglets747 Iberia will wrap blankets with a paper strip instead of plastic, saving 34 tonnes of plastic a year.
@winglets747 Lots of updates on expected Air France fleet developments in July and later this year: A220 & A320neo for AF, 737 MAX for Transavia A321 LR (Africa, not trans-Atlantic) All A380s to exit the fleet in 2023-2024, to be replaced by 787s or 330neos.
Video Picks:

Airline industry balks at scope of passenger bill of rights
Airlines provide different timelines for the re-entry of the 737 Max
Delta CEO Ed Bastian on Boeing vs.Airbus
Ryanair to cut routes, hubs amid 737 MAX grounding
United CEO Oscar Munoz on Q2 earnings, Boeing 737 Max, demand and more


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