Published on August 15th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/08/2019

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Aircraft Update:

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Global Aviation News:
Air Canada Announces First Two New Routes To Be Operated With Game Changing Airbus A220-300
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Australia Post And Qantas Freight Renew Agreement To Support Ecommerce Growth
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Boston Logan airport: Delta, JetBlue approach 200 daily departures

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Canadian Competition Bureau approves WestJet’s proposed transaction with Onex
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European airline labour relations: multiple unions are a challenge
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FAA Bans Recalled MacBook Pros From Flights
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Lion Air ‘urgently requires’ more 737 MAX jets to support growth: co-founder

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Older Boeing jets are now in hot demand because of the 737 Max grounding
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Trans Atlantic aviation: still instability after summer rebound
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus announce special transatlantic fares following Norwegian withdrawal
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Calls for senior Cork politicians to ‘stand up for Cork Airport’ as transatlantic route axed
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Ross urged to intervene in plight of Cork Airport after Norwegian withdrawal
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Ryanair launches Odesa-Budapest flights
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Will Norwegian’s Irish exit lead to higher transatlantic airfares?
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Tweet Picks:
@airlinewriter Boeing CEO said today there have been no cancellations of MAX orders; airlines “have stuck with us through all of this.“ $BA.
@e_russell Azul is entering Brazil’s largest market in a big way in two weeks – a 34 flight shuttle between São Paulo Congonhas and Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont (cc @elizondogabriel).
@e_russell ICYMI: Hawaiian continues to use its A321neo to (re)open new routes between Hawaii and the West Coast. Next up: Maui-Vegas.
@JMulliganIndo Two hits to air connectivity out of Ireland this week as @Fly_Norwegian  pulls transatlantic services and @HainanAirlines pulls Dublin-Shenzhen route and suspends service to Beijing. #aviation.
@rabrowne75 Currently JAS-39 Gripen fighter jets from Hungary, F-18 fighters from Spain and @RoyalAirForce Typhoon jets from the UK are participating in NATO’s Baltic Air Policing mission.
Video Picks:

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