Published on September 17th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/09/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation to attend ISTAT EMEA Berlin
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 September:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 September:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 16 September:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16 September
North America Newsletter 16 September:
Aircraft Update:

B-307V Airbus A320-271N c/n 8371  Qingdao Airlines Delivered Budapest-Nursultan Nazarbayev International-Qingdao 13-14/09/19 ex EI-GIB.
B-307W Airbus A320-271N c/n 8430  Qingdao Airlines Delivered Budapest-Nursultan Nazarbayev International-Qingdao 13-14/09/19 ex EI-GII.
HL8336 Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39016 Jeju Air Delivered Tallinn-Tashkent-Incheon 14-15/09/19 ex LN-NGC.

Global Aviation News:

Australian Regulator Approves Virgin Australia-Virgin Atlantic Link

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Don Mueang airport urgently needs wide-body planes
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Entrepreneur David Neeleman Considers Used Embraer Jets for New U.S. Airline
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Europe Still at Odds With Itself on Taxing Aviation Fuel

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Female Pilots From the Philippines Could Help Asia’s Travel Boom
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Gatwick to become first British airport to roll out facial recognition to allow passengers to board planes without checks
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Ignore low-cost carriers at your own peril, Fernandes tells aviation agencies
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Japan Airlines Could Bid for Malaysia Airlines, Edge Reports
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Report Alleges Monopoly Control of Heathrow Slots by IAG
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Russia’s Pobeda may face low cost airline competition
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Singapore Eyes Over A Million Visitors From India In 2019
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U.A.E. Doesn’t Expect Boeing 737 Max to Fly Again This Year
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Irish Aviation News:

Inflight Dublin selected by SAS as its IFE Content Service Provider

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Knighthood Capital Partners And Six West Join Forces In New Maltese Leasing Industry Venture
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Norwegian Air International Drops More Flights from Ireland
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NUI Galway makes Aviation History by Completing the World’s First Diabetes Drone Mission from Irish mainland to Aran Islands
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Ryanair is ‘insulated’ after Saudi oil attacks
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What Ryanair could learn from America’s favourite low-cost carrier
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Tweet Picks:
@Airlineroute brussels airlines will gradually introduce Premium Economy Class service (for revenue tickets) from 01OCT19. All A330 to be equipped with Premium Economy Class cabin by 2Q20, based on current listing (subject to change).
@airportnewsMAN *news* in amongst all the cuts to @Ryanair’s network this winter, @manairport actually sees an increase in based aircraft. Last winter saw 8 based, this winter will see 11 based. #flight #manchester #ryanair.
@CAPA_Aviation .@VietJetvietnam member of board of directors Cuong Chu: We would like to work with a North American carrier to work on a JV in the near future #CAPASummit.
@CAPA_Aviation .@WestJet president and CEO Edward Sims: 787 is our way of ensuring high quality premium offering for the corporate market #CAPASummit.
@KenmoreAir The Beaver is considered the classic bush plane — a single-engine, short takeoff and landing “utility transport aircraft.” 1,657 Beavers were built by the time production ended in 1967.
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