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Published on August 13th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 13/08/2019

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Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12 August:
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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
KLM Cityhopper Wet-Leases Embraer 190 from Stobart Air: http://bit.ly/33sUnjW
Virgin Atlantic is first customer for Lufthansa Technik Shannon Boeing 787 base maintenance checks: http://bit.ly/2ZQLmyG
Aircraft Update:

N758AE Boeing 737-86J c/n 37758 AerSale Air Test at Smith Reynolds 10/08/19 ex OE-IFG.
Global Aviation News:
Air Vanuatu: new A220 fleet to support rapid inbound growth
Read more: https://centreforaviation.com/analysis/reports/air-vanuatu-new-a220-fleet-to-support-rapid-inbound-growth-486447
American Airlines Increases International Presence, Makes First Entrance Into Africa
Read more: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/american-airlines-increases-international-presence-makes-first-entrance-into-africa/
Booming Travel Is Transforming Asian Airports Into Mini-Cities
Read more: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-08/booming-travel-is-transforming-asian-airports-into-mini-cities
Delta to become largest U.S. carrier serving Tokyo-Haneda in 2020
Read more: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/delta-to-become-largest-u-s-carrier-serving-tokyo-haneda-in-2020/

GOAL sells five Bombardier Dash 8-Q400 aircraft to Chorus Aviation Capital

Read more: https://newsroom.aviator.aero/goal-sells-five-bombardier-dash-8-q400-aircraft-to-chorus-aviation-capital/
Key Boeing Max Buyer Posts Record Profit on Compensation Hope
Read more: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-09/key-boeing-max-buyer-posts-record-profit-on-compensation-hope
Moxy: Where flexibility is key
Read more: https://paxex.aero/2019/08/moxy-flexibility-a220/
Southwest, American Expand Offerings in Hunt for Business Flyers
Read more: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-08-05/southwest-woos-business-flyers-with-better-access-to-bookings
Irish Aviation News:
Belfast firm’s link in tackling scourge of laser attacks on aircraft
Read more: https://www.irishnews.com/business/2019/08/09/news/belfast-firm-s-link-in-tackling-scourge-of-laser-attacks-on-aircraft-1680877/
Brexit contingency measures for airport
Read more: https://www.limerickpost.ie/2019/08/10/brexit-contingency-measures-for-airport/
Cathay services from Dublin in doubt as result of Hong Kong protests
Read more: https://www.irishtimes.com/business/transport-and-tourism/cathay-services-from-dublin-in-doubt-as-result-of-hong-kong-protests-1.3983835
CityJet-KLM JV airline Air Antwerp to launch Sept. 9
Read more: https://atwonline.com/airlines/cityjet-klm-jv-airline-air-antwerp-launch-sept-9
Eirtech Aviation CPDLC solution on A320 and B737 (Classic NG)
Read more: https://www.eirtechaviation.ie/solutions/cpdlc-stc-spectralux-a320-and-b737/
Fearghal O’Connor: ‘Is a €2 drop in the price of your plane ticket really worthwhile?’
Read more: https://www.independent.ie/business/irish/fearghal-oconnor-is-a-2-drop-in-the-price-of-your-plane-ticket-really-worthwhile-38391878.html
July was the busiest month ever at Dublin Airport
Read more: https://www.rte.ie/news/business/2019/0809/1067863-july-was-the-busiest-month-ever-at-dublin-airport/
Tweet Picks:
@Breakingviews Cathay Pacific is nearing the end of a turnaround programme and is still fragile: trade ructions, a weak Chinese currency and a stronger dollar compound problems. More protests in Hong Kong are the last thing it needs, says @ClaraMarquesRTR.
@e_russell Azul has been able to acquire all 12 of Avianca Brasil’s A320neos, say executives. It has also acquired 40% of Avianca Brasil’s Congonhas slots.
@f3akhil A350 is becoming a popular aircraft on Seattle flights. Delta, Asiana, Cathay Pacific, Singapore and now Lufthansa.
@guildupont Replying to @e_russell This is typical Lufthansa, seems like an extension of Cityline with another brand. Launching new low yield destinations with lower cost operations. The “Lufthansa code operated by Eurowings Europe on behalf of Germanwings with a Air Berlin aircraft” at its best!.
@R_Wall Airbus reports 40 A220 cancellations — formally takes Republic Airways deal out of the order book.
Video Picks:

Convention Arena Sponsor Introduction: Scott Kirby, President, United Airlines
https://youtu.be/FdEcLHjbXiQ
C-17 Trip to Botswana for the State Partnership Program
https://youtu.be/KZIHZ_hkjE0
Former American Airlines CEO on the pressure on airlines during the 737 Max grounding
https://youtu.be/CDtw2xsLJO0
Guide to Premium Class with Thomas Cook Airlines
https://youtu.be/uHMOK1bVqYU
Here’s how airlines are compensating the loss of Boeing 737 Max planes
https://youtu.be/lc13jRs0HyU

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