Published on August 8th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/08/2019

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Emirates Airlines anticipates reaching 2.5 million passengers on Dublin-Dubai route by year end
Aircraft Update:

EI-GOH Airbus A319-112 c/n 3139 STLC Europe Leasing Ferried Nuremberg-Kaunas 07/08/19 ex LZ-AOA.
OE-IIW Airbus A321-211 c/n 7237 Air Lease Corporation Registered 06/08/19 at Ljubljana ex TF-GPA.
2-JBZI Boeing 737-96NER c/n 36539 GECAS Ferried Cochin International-Delhi-Muscat-Malta-Lasham 06-07/08/19 ex VT-JBZ.
Global Aviation News:
Air France-KLM CEO Ben Smith Reveals How He’s Winning Over Labor
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American Air to Spend $90 Million on L.A. Stadium Sponsorship
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Boeing CEO to Business Travel Execs: Trust Us, 737 Max Is Safe Now

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Emirates airline reveals Boeing 777X in production in US
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Low-cost carrier Wizz Air soars out of Budapest, says Fitch in Europe-wide report
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Painting the Town Red – How Air Transat Fits with Air Canada and Air Canada Rouge
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Rolls-Royce Suffers Cash Drain From Jetliner, Brexit Bottlenecks
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Saudi Arabia Gives Women Travel Rights in Major Policy Shakeup

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SmartWings Group cancels Smartwings Germany launch

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The future of flying – British Airways provides a glimpse of how the industry could look 100 years from now
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Wizz Air SWOT: ultra LCC builds on profitable growth

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Irish Aviation News:

Boeing 767 approval granted to Atlantic Aviation Group CAMO and Technical Services

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Brussels airlines increases Birmingham service from Nov 2019 operated by Cityjet

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CDB Aviation’s New Customer Ural Airlines Receives First of Three A320neo Aircraft
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IAG boss Willie Walsh: Cork Airport will not go out of business if charges are cut

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Irish airlines vs DAA: Battle lines drawn over price of progress at Dublin Airport
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Ryanair investors ‘highly sceptical’ of air fares rebound

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Ryanair more than doubles number of flights from Ukraine over year

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Ryanair traffic grows 9% to 14.8m passengers in July

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Shannon celebrating 10 years of US Preclearance
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Tweet Picks:

@GescheW Air France-KLM will retire all 10 #A380s from the Air France fleet by 2022 and will place a firm order with Airbus for 60 #A220s with 30 options and 30 acquisition rights, in order to replace the A318s and A319s in the fleet of Air France.
@McWhirterAlex By end October Ryanair will have ceased flying all German domestic routes. [NL] via @luchtvaart.
@R_Wall Airbus says it is looking for ways to boost A321’s share of single-aisle  family production capacity in part due to success of A321XLR.
@R_Wall Boeing may ship more 777 freighters next year to make up for fewer 777X deliveries.
@R_Wall Boeing CEO says work on NMA continues. Top priority is MAX return to service. Still sees a 2-step decision process for NMA.
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Airbus Expands in the U.S.
A350-1000 – Alex Cruz, Chairman & CEO, British Airways
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Willie Walsh ‘A scandal’ that airlines are investing billions while ATC still use 1940s equipment
3 Questions @ Unbound London: International Airlines Group


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