Published on August 1st, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/08/2019

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:

N354AA Boeing 767-323(F) c/n 24035 Cargo Aircraft Management Ferried Tel Aviv-Shannon 31/07/19.
N977NC Embraer 190AR c/n 190.00077 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Tucson-San José 27/07/19.
2-PKCD Embraer 190LR c/n 1900431 Nordic Aviation Capital Air Test at Bydgoszcz 31/07/19 prior lease to Kenya Airways ex P4-KCD.
Global Aviation News:
Air Canada Removes 737 Max Flights Until 2020, Joining Southwest
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Air France Orders 60 Airbus Jets to Upgrade Its Aging Fleet

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Boeing to Sell $5.5 Billion of Bonds for Brazil Embraer JV

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Etihad Airways prepares for Hajj season

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Ethiopian to Expand its Service in India Adding Bengaluru in Its Network

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Lufthansa Ready at Home in Germany for Long Battle With Low-Cost Rivals

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Neste CEO Gazes at Sky to Tap Cleaner Aviation Fuel Opportunity

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Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Holdings N.V. Reports Record Financial Results for the Second Quarter 2019
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Commission publishes submissions on 2019 Draft Determination

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Direct flights between Aberdeen and Belfast restored

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Emirates may add third daily flight to Dubai if airport expansion completed

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Minister needs to act urgently in relation to better EU Connectivity for Shannon Airport
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New Aer Lingus plane to debut at Bradley Friday
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Ryanair cuts Michael O’Leary pay in half under new contract

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Ryanair in Talks for launching Flights next year from Mostar Airport
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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute First time reading mainstream news report referring Embraer E170 aircraft as “Boeing 8170”.
@BrianSumers Qantas says it’s selling tickets for its first Chicago route, to Brisbane, beginning April 20, 2020. “The 8,901 mile flight … will be the 4th longest in the world and the second longest flight on Qantas’ network, and take approximately 17 hr and 20 minutes.”
@LuxuryTravelled The bell-weather of the European airline market is faltering, with more ‘challenges’ in the coming months. Not going to be the last time we see minus numbers.
@Oliver__Clark Michael O’Leary says Ryanair will update on route and base closures due to Max delays in the coming weeks.
@PaddyWhyte Interesting comments today from Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary on Peter Bellew’s move to EasyJet, stressing that senior managers at the airline have a “pretty extensive non-compete agreement” and that Ryanair won’t be budging on this.
Video Picks:

Irish Air Corps AW 277 landing at Murrisk for Reek Sunday 2019
Jenny Rafter, Aer Lingus – USA Summer Soiree 2019
Landings at Irish airports
Shamrock 1936 joined Team Silver at Bray Air Display
What Really Happened At Trump’s Airline Meeting?


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