Published on July 31st, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 31/07/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 July

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 July
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 July

North America Newsletter 29 July
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus receives first Airbus A321NEO-LR aircraft
Aircraft Update:
PR-OCA Airbus A320-214 c/n 6125 GECAS Ferried Rio de Janeiro-San Juan-Bangor-Shannon-Lourdes 27-30/07/19 in Avianca Brasil colours.
VQ-BXF Airbus A320-251N c/n 7514 Azul Linhas Aéreas Ferried Teruel-Shannon 30/07/19 for paint prior delivery to become PR-YYI.

Global Aviation News:

‘Africa is an enigma’: The challenges the continent poses for UAE carriers

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British Airways performs a centenary flypast to remember, receives first A350
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British Airways PLC’s Series 2019-1 Class AA And Class A Pass-Through Certificates Assigned Issue-Level Ratings
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British Airways takes delivery of its first A350-1000
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Cabo Verde Airlines Lands in Washington in December
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Hainan Airlines warned for busting guarantees limit
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Hangar 51 – the aviation, innovation accelerator
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Lufthansa considers holding structure: Handelsblatt

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WDL Aviation flies for Flybe to destinations in UK

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WestJet won’t fly 737 Max without ‘100% confidence’ in safety: CEO

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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus takes delivery of its first A321LR
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Calls For Review Of Shannon Airport Operations
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Emirates says Dublin Airport’s infrastructural woes are hampering its business
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ITAA calls for resolution as British Airways and Ryanair pilots threaten strikes
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Ryanair Clings to Profit Goal Amid Max Grounding, Price War

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Ryanair may cut Belfast route in no-deal Brexit

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Ryanair Holdings Plc 2020 Q1 – Results – Earnings Call Slide
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Ryanair Q1 Profits Fall 21% to €243M Due to Lower Fares, Higher Fuel & Staff Costs. Full Year Guidance Unchanged.
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Tweet Picks:
@Airbus The perfect addition to @AerLingus ‘ fleet – together, its #A330s and #A321LR are the perfect combination to cover the needs of the medium to long haul markets. Watch out for the airline’s first A321LR’s flight between Dublin and the US East coast.
@AirAntwerp Our F50 aircraft, sporting the brand new Air Antwerp livery, will make its way to Antwerp International Airport on 27 July 2019 for a few days of training, before heading back for final touches. With great pride we showcase some snapshots of its new attire.
@e_russell Hong Kong Airlines is ending HKG-SFO service in October – only a few weeks before United goes to double daily on the route.
@JohnLStrickland #IAG structure becoming contagious…. @lufthansa @Ryanair #airlines.
@lesliejosephs Ryanair CEO O’Leary says Boeing is planning to hand 737 Max return-to-service docs to regulators in October. Last week, Boeing said it was targeting September and says “there has been no change to our expectations since last week.” $BA $RA.
Video Picks:

AerCap Ex Emirates 777-300ER Transition to Azur Air
CEO of security firm CLEAR talks partnership with United Airlines
Ryanair Continues to Grow Strongly, Says CFO Neil Sorahan
Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary sounds off on Boeing 737 Max grounding
Ryanair warns summer fares will drop 6%


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