Published on September 9th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/09/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
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:

G-EUPX Airbus A319-131 c/n 1445 BritishAirways Ferried London Heathrow-St Anthan 07/09/18 for part-out & scrap.
G-FBEF Embraer 195LR c/n 19000104 Flybe Ferried Birmingham-Exeter 31/08/19 prior return to lessor.
2-TJFJ Boeing 737-8AL c/n 39059 Elite Aero Ireland Ferried Bombay-Hurghada-Shannon 07-08/09/19 ex VT-JFJ.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus lifts its partnership with China to new heights
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American Air Says Goodbye to MD-80 Jet After 36 Years
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Boeing works to complete 777 bridge sales
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Cathay Pacific Chairman Resigns Weeks After CEO Steps Down
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Emirates Aims to Stay Put for a Decade as New Dubai Hub Falters
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How China became the world’s 2nd-largest OTA market
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International Airlines Group Expands Partnership With Sabre to Fully Optimize Schedule Forecasting Across All Routes
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Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation Announces an MOU with Mesa Airlines for 100 SpaceJet M100 Aircraft
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Southwest Sees 737 Max Getting Regulatory Approval in November
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WOW Air returns: Flying to Washington in October
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus moves forward A321neo LR Shannon – London service to mid-Feb 2020
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Connacht Rugby announce new partnership with Ireland West Airport
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Dalton Phillips CEO of the Dublin Airport Authority interview with Pat Kenny Newstalk 
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Ireland and US agree to enhanced preclearance services at Dublin and Shannon Airports
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Ryanair: Low Cost Airline Likely To Fly Higher
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Six West and AFTA Launch Student Initiative Competition

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Six West expands its Dublin headquarters
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Tweet Picks:
@ARGS_EVA Weiss says Virgin Atlantic thought doing LH low-cost but “ruled it out” as not “who we are”. On Flybe takeover he says it is part of the carrier’s transformation to be more of a network carrier. Connectivity into Manchester and LHR to feed the airline’s LH traffic #AviationFest.
@ARGS_EVA Virgin Atlantic CEO Shai Weiss says environment and sustainability is nearly the airline’s top priority after safety and security.  Also says welcomes competition from JetBlue “bring it on”. Says London- NY a very competitive route market, profitable but not always #AviationFest.
@DanielPearce Love it from IAG’s @DupsyAbiola : “Be more afraid of the opportunities you don’t take, than you are of going for the opportunities that occasionally might not work out, but you went for anyway…fortune favours the bold!” #womenintravel #AviationFest.
@JohnLStrickland CEO Johan Lundgren says @easyJet made upwards of 52,000 minor changes to schedules this summer to improve punctuality & reliability. Making more and more use of available data  #airlines #airports  #AviationFest.
@rschuur_aero .@RollsRoyce unable to guarantee their Trent 7000/XWB’s can do more than 4.000 cycles without repair, says @emirates  Sir Tim Clark. That’s why he’s cautious on confirming  @Airbus A330neo/A350 order, he told me today in addition to yesterday’s remark on the A350. #AviationFest.
Video Picks:

After a 36-year journey, American Airlines flew its final MD-80 to the boneyard
EasyJet CEO Lundgren on Brexit, Pound, Airlines Demand, Climate Impact
How a grounded 737 Max fleet is hitting customers and airlines
Jetblue COO Geraghty on U.S. Demand, Transatlantic Service to U.K.
NOAA Hurricane Hunters fly through eye of Hurricane Dorian


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