Published on August 16th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/08/2019

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KLM Cityhopper Wet-Leases Embraer 190 from Stobart Air
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Aircraft Update:

OE-IKB Boeing 737-8Q8 c/n 30645 Sasof III Aviation Ireland Ferried Soekarno-Hatta-Muscat  15/08/19 ex HS-NGG.
OY-YCR ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1027 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Mönchengladbach-Billund 15/08/19 ex PR-ATQ in all white colours.
Global Aviation News:

Airline strikes: correlation with profitability? CAPA study

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American Airlines sees Dubrovnik success

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Banks That Swapped Kenya Airways Debt Lose Out

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Cebu Pacific eyes Australia, India and Russia from 2024 with new A321XLRs
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Croatia Airlines fends off LCC challenge in Zagreb

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Heathrow set for new heights – hub on-track to top 81 million annual passengers buoyed by growing North American traffic and African connectivity
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More than 14,200 flights cancelled in Germany so far this year

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State denies fresh Air Serbia subsidies
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These 10 Routes Are Worth Serious Cash To Airlines
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus jumps at sudden chance to boost traffic out of Chicago (and elsewhere)

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‘Consistent oversupply’ of transatlantic flights from Ireland, claims Department of Transport
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Government says it could cut PSO subsidies if more passengers flew

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Ireland is driving the world’s travel industry forward
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Review of Regional Airports Programme spending finds lack of well defined targets as subsidies rise
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Ryanair launching new Niš service in November

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What went wrong with Norwegian Air’s transatlantic dream?

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Tweet Picks:
@AirAntwerp It’s official. IATA has confirmed our airline designator code: WP (whisky papa). ICAO Code: ATW. ICAO Callsign: Devil.
@AusAviation #Qantas CEO Alan Joyce is the first speaker at this year’s #CAPASummit in #Sydney. He says seat factors on the airline’s nonstop #Perth-#London Heathrow flight is more than 90 per cent. The route is served with 236-seat, three-class #Boeing 787-9 equipment.
@CAPA_Aviation From 2009 to 2019 airport connectivity in Europe increased by 46%, a compound average growth rate of 3.9% pa. Direct connectivity, involving nonstop flights, was up by 29.7% (2.6% pa).
@CAPA_Aviation @Citi analyst industrials & transport Jakob Cakarnis: there is a good correlation between domestic house prices and the outbound aviation passenger market #CAPASummit.
@rabrowne75 “The two (NATO) F-18 fighter aircraft turned left to move away from the intercepted aircraft. Shortly before, one of the Russian Su-27 fighters also turned left to almost cut into the flight path of one of the F-18s in an unsafe manner,” a NATO military official tells CNN.
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