Published on July 26th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/07/2019

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

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 July
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 July
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 22 July
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 22 July
North America Newsletter 22 July:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Cityjet wet leases EI-RJU RJ85 to Lufthansa
FedEx introduces Boeing 767-300F on Dublin-London-Paris CDG route
Aircraft Update:
D-AIFD Airbus A340-313 c/n 390 Lufthansa Ferried Dublin-Frankfurt 21/07/19 after paint into new cs, first A340-300 in new colours.
Global Aviation News:
Ballarin’s Plans for Resurrecting WOW Air
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European airport “connectivity” growth slows
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Frontier Airlines: guessing the ultimate strategy for its new A321XLR
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Swedavia and Heathrow Looking To Increase SAF Uptake
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Terminal tourism – avgeeks aside, can an airport be an attraction for visitors
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Wizz Air Ramps Up Growth Plans as European Rivals Wilt
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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon Announce Q2 2019 Profit Of US$185 Million

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Bellew’s departure gives Ryanair management a further shake-up
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Eirtech Aviation Services Issues 1,000th EASA Form
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EU Commission approves the creation of a joint venture between Fortress Investment Group and Air Investment Valencia.  It will combine the activities of CityJet (IR) and of Air Nostrum (ES)
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FPG Amentum opens Hong Kong office
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New-era for Shannon Airport Police and Fire Service after major investment and recruitment programme
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Nova Will Be Live At Aoibheann’s Pink Tie Plane Pull At Airport Tomorrow!
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Opening of Center Parcs Longford Forest is a major boost for Ireland West Airport
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The Blue Swan Daily – Country Insight: #43 – Republic of Ireland

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What’s in a name? Boeing says it has no plans to rename the MAX, but it appears IAG and Ryanair have different thoughts
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Tweet Picks:
@e_russell Boeing estimates that it will submit its final package for #737MAX re-certification to the FAA and global regulators in the “September timeframe”, says $BA CEO Muilenburg.
@e_russell NMA work continues – and airline interest is there – but remains secondary to returning the #737MAX to service, says $BA CEO Muilenburg.
@jonostrower GE9X engine remains “the pacing item” for first flight, says the airplane is “on track” with non-engine aspects of the 777X’s design, said
 @BoeingCEO Plans to add more 777 freighters to 2020 production with 777X production uncertainty.
@jonostrower If 737 Max service re-entry slips further beyond early 4Q target, the company may consider “a temporary shutdown of Max production,” said  @BoeingCEO Dennis Muilenburg.
@Lebeaucarnews $BA CEO Muilenburg on pushing back first flight of 777X due to ongoing problems with GE9X engine: “The engine issue has added significant risk to the schedule.”
Video Picks:

Bradley Airport Groundbreaking for Transportation Center
Is the future of vacations subscription based? | The Edge
New 737 Max deliveries may be drawn out
P-38G Aircraft Crash Wreckology Dig – Monaghan, Ireland, June 2019 – US Army Air Corps
Uganda Airlines first flight tests will be to Kenya, Tanzania, Somalia


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