Published on July 19th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/07/2019

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:

OE-IIJ Boeing 777-35R c/n 35161 DVB Bank Co Ferried Bombay-Shannon 18/07/19 ex VT-JEQ.

OE-IIP DHC8-400 c/n 4539 Cobham Aviation Services Ferried Shannon-Saarbrücken 14/07/19 to become VH-IYJ.

2-TGHE Embraer 145LI c/n 14500928 GTLK Europe Ferried Alverca-Malta-Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen 17/07/19 ex B-3056.

Global Aviation News:

Ailing Malaysia Airlines Braces for More Turbulence
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Brazil-Portugal aviation: more growth will flow from new MoU
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Canada Jetlines: Its Turn To Fly
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EasyJet Fares Rebound as Cooler Summer Spurs Late Bookings

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FAA Has No Timeline for Lifting Grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max
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IAG Carriers To Launch European Aviation Network Connectivity

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Norwegian Air launches biometric boarding at LAX with Vision-Box facial recognition
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Ukraine International Airlines shrinks as 737 MAXs are delayed

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United Air Prods Boeing for ‘797’ Decision as Max Crisis Lingers

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Irish Aviation News:

Dublin Airport’s Electric Vehicle Strategy Takes Off
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Dublin Airport’s First Responders Programme Saves 28 Lives
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EasyJet hires Ryanair’s operations chief Bellew
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Elix Aviation Capital Delivers ATR 42-500 MSN 633 to Afrijet
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Polish flight centre to train future Ryanair pilots
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Ryanair Holdings – MAX delays mean slower growth in winter 2019 and summer 2020
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SMBC Aviation Capital announces Global Aviation Equipment Leasing Fund (“GAEL”)
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‘Very proud,’ IT Carlow wins Irish Aviation Award on the back of a safety research project
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Tweet Picks:

@aerospaceguru It feels like 1998 again when the 757 began a second life as a transatlantic long hauler. Now with #AerLingus soon to take delivery of its first #A321LR, that aircraft is beginning it’s next innings. #AvGeek.

@AirlineFlyer #737MAX aircraft produced during the grounding will be delivered “over several quarters” following a return to service. Seems there will not be a rapid post-grounding delivery effort. That is a BIG detail.

@marklenahan Amir Amidi of @PlugandPlayTC at ACCELERATE @IATA kickoff – “Biggest asset corp partners in this room are sitting on is data … but what they do with it is very limited”.

@SeanM1997 Thomas Cook will be reducing its London Stansted operations from 2 to 1 aircraft in Summer 2020. Routes not returning seem to be: Bodrum, Enfidha, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Menorca, Palma, Reus, Rhodes & Tenerife South. Whilst Corfu, Dalaman & Zakynthos sees flight frequency cuts.

@WandrMe “Opportunistic orders of used aircraft will remain a critical part of our fleet strategy.” Among other things, $UAL will add some 73Gs to the fleet starting in December, on top of the A319s previously committed.
Video Picks:

AirAsia – Tony Fernandes story
European carriers drop low-cost, long-haul brands
Great Advise for Life Air Asia Group CEO Tony Fernandes #advice #airasia #tonyfernandes
Report: 737 MAX photographed with new name
Wizz Air Building the Airbus A321neo


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