Published on September 10th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/09/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 September:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 September:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 9 September:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 9 September:
North America Newsletter 9 September:
Aircraft Update:
D-AIGX Airbus A340-313 c/n 354 Lufthansa Ferried Frankfurt-Dublin 03/09/19 for paint.
D-AIHH Airbus A340-642 c/n 566 Lufthansa Ferried Dublin-Munich 03/09/19 after paint into new colours.
OE-IIO DHC8-402 c/n 4538 Cobham Aviation Services at Shannon 09/09/19 after paint to become VH-IYK.
Global Aviation News:
Asia’s Airline Groups Are On A Path To Increased Competition And Other Constraints
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus awaits EC all-clear to fly after no deal Brexit

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Ryanair adds Toulouse from Luxembourg
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TRIP REPORT: Ryanair, Niš – Bergamo
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Tweet Picks:
@airlineguys “When they don’t give me the aeroplanes and engines that work, it’s over. Now you produce what you say you will produce” Sir Tim Clark, President ⁦@emirates .
@Oliver__Clark Fly Leasing outlines plans to take more A320neo family jets after 737 Max grounding.
@Jamie_Freed Patriotic coincidence? All three of China’s top airlines to buy 35 ARJ21 regional jets each from COMAC, they announce on the same day.
@miami_rick I’m often asked about what my technique is for consistently landing the #B747 smoothly. It comes down to proper eye height, energy management and timing between the flare and how fast/slow the thrust is brought to idle depending on said energy, weight and outside conditions.
@mairepwalsh .@OMahonyAileen of @CarTrawler talks about how the mobility services market is projected to grow to 38.5 billion by 2030, yet only 12% of airlines today offer mobility services to their customers. #AviationFest #ancillary #traveltech #IrishAdvantage.
Video Picks:

Airlines propose long list of rules to kill or revise as part of Trump deregulation initiative
American Airlines & Delta set to soar says analyst
Boeing 737 Max going to come back, delivery will flow again: Analyst
British Airways Pilots’ Two-Day Strike Grounds Nearly All Flights
Empty terminals as British Airways tells passengers to avoid travelling


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