Published on September 3rd, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/09/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Webinar: Engine Maintenance Reserves Register Here
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 September:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 September:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 2 September:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 2 September:
North America Newsletter 2 September:

Aircraft Update:

N480VX Boeing 737-48E(F) c/n 25773 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Delivered Cecil Airport-Bangor-Shannon 30-31/08/19 to become EI-STS.

VP-BJB Airbus A220-371 c/n 55056 GTLK Europe Delivered Montréal–Mirabel-Keflavik-Maastricht 27-28/08/19 in all white colours for interim storage.

9H-SJI Sukhoi RRJ95B c/n 95120 Superjet International Ferried Venice-Naples 31/08/19 ex EI-FWG.

Global Aviation News:

AirAsia Trims Its Airbus A330 Commitment and Buys A321XLRs
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Boeing Fears 737 Worker Exodus in Tightest Job Market in Decades
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Boston’s Aviation Party
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Emirates Airlines interested in expanding capacity in Philippines
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Except KLIA, PSC for international flights cut to RM50 starting Oct 1
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Gatwick Airport seeks permission to develop standby runway
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Rwanda’s RwandAir reports double-digit spike in Dubai passengers
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South Korean Low-cost Carriers Face Triple Headwinds
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Vistara Feeds Growing Thai Market
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Irish Aviation News:

Brendan Grace To Be Honoured At Shannon Airport

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Honorary Consul of France holds meeting with Clare delegation at Shannon Airport
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Public Consultation on new Regional Airports Programme
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Shannon Group Announces Appointment Of New COO

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Sky high: Irish passengers paying in euros landed with pricier tickets

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Tourism Ireland comments on CSO figures indicating modest growth of +2.8% in overseas visitors for January-July 2019
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Tourism Minister Shane Ross launches Tourism Ireland’s €12M autumn campaign
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Watchdog calls in consultants to price DAA plan
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Tweet Picks:

@airlinewriter Fitch reaffirms $UAL’s BB rating, two notches below investment grade. Cites “solid” operations and financial performance compared to rivals, and expects @united’s credit to be stable for 2-3 years “barring an unexpected economic downturn.” Yeah, there’s always that.

@airportnewsMAN *info* @manairport is classed by @staralliance as a hub airport. Manchester has 13 star airlines, covering 21 destinations and up to 209 one way flights per week. Could there be more to come? #flights #manchester #staralliance/

@dominicgates Australian flag carrier to choose between Airbus A350 and Boeing 777X for “Project Sunrise” ultra-long-haul Sydney-London non-stop flights. Qantas CEO: We have their best-and-final offers on the table – *including a compelling offer from Boeing to deal with any delay to the 777X*.

@SeanM1997 SpiceJet has been denied slots at London Heathrow airport to start a new daily flight to Amritsar on A330-300. It has got Manchester slots to start a new Mumbai route but is unclear where the aircraft would come from as SpiceJet do not operate the A330.

@TheForwardCabin The retirement of the @AmericanAir MD-80 symbolizes the end of the good days of American — days when there was great service, great seats, great employees and great catering. It’s going to be a very sad day on Wednesday when that chapter closes.
Video Picks:

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United pushes back Boeing 737 Max return to Dec. 19, 2019


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