Published on September 16th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/09/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
Acumen Aviation to attend ISTAT EMEA Berlin

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:

EI-FSE Airbus A330-243 c/n 293 I-Fly Ferried Dublin-Teguel 14/09/19 for storage.
OE-IIW Airbus A321-211 c/n 7237 Thomas Cook Airlines rolled out at Shannon 13/09/19 after paint prior delivery to become G-TSDS.
VQ-BXS Airbus A320-214 c/n 6103 GECAS Ferried Lourdes-Woensdrecht 13/09/19 ex LV-HVS.
Global Aviation News:

A321 accounts for 50%+ of future deliveries; few production gaps

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A Cloud Of Doubt Around WOW Air

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Adria to post loss in excess of €10 million for 2018
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DGCA Wants All Boeing 737 Max Pilots To Be Given Simulator Training

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Embraer Sees Lifeline Beyond U.S. as New Small Jet Is Completed

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India Plans to Conduct Its Own Checks on Boeing 737 Max Jets
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Look to 2013 787 grounding to see how Boeing will return MAX to service

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Top summer destinations from Abu Dhabi International revealed
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Two airlines announced Newark-Paris flights on the same day. It may not last.
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UK accounts for 56% of European profits, says Emirates president Tim Clark
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Signs Lease Agreement with Air Macau for Three A321neos

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Cathay Pacific says suspending Irish flights was ‘difficult decision’
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Dublin Airport Brexit FAQs
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First A330neo Joins CDB Aviation Fleet on Lease to TAP

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Fresh Call On Government To Support Shannon Airport
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IAA En-route, Terminal and North Atlantic Communications – 2018 / 2019
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Ireland West Airport development zone plans approved
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There are advantages to three NI airports but disadvantages too
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Tweet Picks:

@Airbus 8,997 – 8,998 – 8,999 – 9,000! 👏 Proud to deliver the 9,000th #A320 Family aircraft to our friends at @easyJet! We are sure the new #A320neo will feel like home in the airline’s all Airbus fleet.
@AirlineFlyer Moxy will launch with older Azul E190s, some of which came from JetBlue itself with the LiveTV system already installed. Round and round we go. #PaxEx.
@anuragkotoky Breaking: India plans to conduct its own checks and demand simulator training for all pilots before Boeing 737 Max jets can fly in the country again, even if the U.S. FAA were to clear it. India doesn’t see the jet flying before next year.
@jonostrower Official word from Airbus on the new (previously undisclosed) A220-300 LR: “We are always working with our customers listening to their fleet needs. We don’t comment on the our confidential discussions”.
@LeehamNews A321 accounts for 50%+ of future deliveries; few production gaps.
Video Picks:

Azul Receives Embraer’s First E195-E2
Boeing year-to-date orders, deliveries fall sharply from 2018
Can Mentour Pilot still fly?! Lets find out!
Hear the incredible story of hope following the 9/11 tragedy
Timelapse of the paintwork of airBaltic Airbus A220-300 livery in Estonian flag motive


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