Published on September 11th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/09/2019

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:

EC-LQL Airbus A320-232 c/n 1749 Vueling Airlines Ferried Barcelona-Ostrava 09/09/19 prior return to lessor ex EI-EUF.
EI-GFY Boeing 737-8 MAX c/n 64605 Air Italy Ferried Cairo-Milan Malpensa 09/09/19 for onward storage.
VP-BSC Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40233 Norwind Airlines Delivered Amman-Moscow Sheremetyevo 09/09/19 ex 2-TJTH.
VP-BSE Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40236 Norwind Airlines Delivered Amman-Moscow Sheremetyevo  09/09/19 ex 2-TJTN.
Global Aviation News:

AirAsia CX Model: Put People Before Technology

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Cathay Pacific’s Crisis Puts Focus on Air China’s Next Move
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Cranky Dorkfest LAX 2019 Was One for the Record Books
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Daxing Eyes Global Transfer Hub Status
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Lie flat narrowbody trend: TAP, Compagnie, Air Astana, Gulf Air join
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NEO future for Kuwait Airways
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Southwest Aims to Share Max Grounding Reimbursement With Workers

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Trying to make sense of the new WOW Air plans
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Virgin Atlantic’s Weiss bullish on network strategy
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Irish Aviation News:
As Wizz Air lands at London Southend, Ryanair quickly defends its position… and what about easyJet?
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Airports’ landing systems set for multi-million euro overhaul
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ASL adds 737-400F to Irish affiliate
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Duty-free shopping to return between Ireland and UK in no-deal Brexit scenario

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John Simpson: Does Northern Ireland require better aviation connectivity?
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Loftleidir Icelandic choose Inflight Dublin for Wireless IFE
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The Happy Pear opens at Dublin Airport with a focus on healthy food and sustainability
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Tweet Picks:
@DXBMediaOffice @DubaiAirports CEO, Paul Griffiths, takes a look at some of the highlights from the 1st half of 2019 at #Dubai Airports including 42.5 million passengers welcomed through both airports, reducing queue times by 25% and refurbishing the Southern Runway at @DXB in just 45 days.
@e_russell United Airlines has saved 40,000 connections by holding flights.
@Phocuswright Growth will slow as the market matures, but will remain substantial through 2022. By then, China’s OTA market is projected to be very close in size to the U.S. OTA market.
@valerieesilvaa “Consent management will totally be in the hands of passengers, but over time we hope to raise awareness about the benefits of enrolling into our biometrics platform.” — @staralliance CEO Jeffrey Goh, discussing plans for biometric identification, set to launch in Q1 2020.
@valerieesilvaa Every new aircraft joining @Delta’s fleet is reducing each passenger’s carbon footprint by 25 percent, says Ed Bastian, the airline’s CEO and chairman of the APEX/IFSA Board of Directors 👏👏👏 @theAPEXassoc #APEXEXPO.
Video Picks:

AAI declares 20 more airports single-use plastic free
Helena airport leaders to meet with airlines about possible added service
IATA CEO on Trade War, Air Travel Demand, Climate, Max Jetliner
Indian Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Air India Stake Sale & More
Leasing is better than owning planes – KQ CEO


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