Published on August 28th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/08/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Webinar: Engine Maintenance Reserves Register Here
Acumen Aviation 5th Annual Aircraft Remarketing and Trading Management Conference
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 26 August
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 26 August:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 26 August:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 26 August
Aircraft Update:
N698NK Airbus A320-232 c/n 4270 Spirit Airlines Registered 20/08/19 ex D-AAAC.
PR-PDJ ATR72-212A(500) c/n 575 Passaredo Linhas Aéreas Ferried Leite Lopes-Augusto Severo-Sal International-Lanzarote-Zaragoza 24-27/08/19 on return to lessor ex EI-EYY.
Global Aviation News:
Boeing Dreams Take Flight: The Ugly Truth
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Budget Airline Extends Test of a Surprise Amenity: More Legroom

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NBAA Vies To Bring Preclearance Options To Canada
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Southwest Eases Off Hawaiian Air Squeeze With Pause in Expansion
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Spirit Airlines Debuts WhatsApp for Seamless Communication with Guests

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Spirit Airlines looking at A321neo and ‘larger’ Boeing plane for growth – CEO

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The Boeing 737 MAX Misconceptions: An Engineer’s View
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Uganda Airlines Flight Takes Off for First Time in Two Decades
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Irish Aviation News:
BBAM and Nomura Babcock & Brown Close the First Aircraft in a $1.12 Billion Combined EETC JOLCO Transaction with British Airways
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Craigavon business park plan launched by aircraft seat maker Thompson Aero
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InflightFlix wants to put better tourism videos on your screen mid-flight

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Ryanair stops flights from London to Košice

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TRIP REPORT: Donuts in Dublin – Community is everything
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TPN Ireland helps driver achieve his dream of becoming a commercial airline pilot
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Tweet Picks:
@AeronewsRO @SpiritAirlines , an all-@Airbus operator, is looking at both the A321neo as well as a “larger @Boeing aircraft” to fuel its growth, Chief Executive & President Ted Christie said on Monday.
@BrianSumers So @Allegiant  CEO Maury Gallagher is the most quotable U.S. airline executive. Here’s what he just told a room of mostly airport operators about his customers. “They don’t give a damn about your airports nor do they give a damn about the interior of my airplanes.”
@CombatAir @Saab today completed a first flight of the initial Brazilian Gripen E fighter, 39-6001. At 14.41hrs CET on August 26, the Gripen E aircraft took off on its maiden flight from Saab’s airfield in Linköping, Sweden, flown by company test pilot Richard Ljungberg.
@hharteveldt .@united’s deployment of its new “premium” 767-300s for 2020 flying. Routes like ORD-ZRH and EWR-FRA are ideal for this plane.
@juliejohnsson Boeing says work is still on track for early 4Q return to service for the Max. We’re hearing its team is wrapping up work on about 500 queries from global regulators.
Video Picks:

American Airlines Begins Using Facial Recognition At DFW Airport
Emirati pilots fly high for Emirati Women’s Day
Scandinavian Airlines CEO: Doing everything we can to reduce emissions
#TheCEO : Tony Fernandes, Grabbing Opportunity by Being Genuine
Uganda Airlines bombardier plane takes to the sky


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