Published on September 18th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/09/2019

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:
EI-NUA Boeing 787-9 c/n 65314 Neos Delivered Charleston-Milan Malpensa15/09/19.
EI-RJW RJ85 c/n 2371 Cityjet Ferried Dublin-Norwich 16/09/19 in basic colours.
N153DL Boeing 767-3P6 c/n 24985 Cargo Aircraft Management Ferried Wilmington Air Park-Shannon-Tel Aviv 14-15/09/19 for freighter conversion.
9H-SJI Sukhoi RRJ95B c/n 95120  Superjet International Ferried Naples-Istanbul Atatürk 16/09/19 for display at Teknofest 21/09/19 ex EI-FWG.
Global Aviation News:

AirAsia X’s continued losses cast shadow on business model

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Bondholders vote in favour of Norwegian’s proposed amendments to its two unsecured bonds NAS07 and NAS08
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Cargologic Germany GmbH receives its AOC from the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt (LBA) – ready to start commercial operations
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Egypt’s Open Skies Policy to further boost tourism

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Higher Flight Costs Coming in Germany to Curb Emissions
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Qatar Airways announces Direct Flights to Osaka, Japan from 6 April 2020
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Tony Fernandes : Ringgit to strengthen as crude oil prices soar
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United Airlines capacity growth concentrated where it has ‘the best competitive position’
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Irish Aviation News:

Azul incorporates maiden Embraer E195-E2 from AerCap

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BBAM quietly forays into next-gen narrowbody conversions
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CSO statistical release Aviation Statistics Quarter 2 2019
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Facing a 22% airport charges cut: “an existential threat to Dublin Airport and for Ireland Inc”
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Hotel for Knock Airport
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Ireland to get 2020 tourism push from Cathay Pacific
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Norwegian Air is cutting some Ireland-Scandinavia flights as it pursues profitability
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Shannon Group raises €8K from charity 5k

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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers fifth aircraft to Wizz Air
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Tweet Picks:
@AeroimagesChris EI-HEJ 737-8 200@Ryanair painted on the flight line. This is the first #737MAX that no longer carries any reference to “737 MAX” or “737-8200” on the nose like previously painted Ryanair MAX’s.
@ChinaAvReview New Airport in China: Garze Gesar Airport #GZG welcomes the first commercial flight today. The airport is world’s 5th highest airport with altitude 4,068m/13,346ft.
@Jamie_Freed Updated: Virgin Australia to buy rest of frequent flyer programme for A$700 mln, S&P and Moody’s say the airline can afford it.
@jonostrower Hang on to your hats. The single largest variable cost in an airline’s operations just jumped by a fifth. We’re about to find out how disciplined the airlines really have been.
@justinbachman For U.S. airlines, the rapidity of oil price increases has become more critical than the actual price given the typical lag of multiple months between an input cost jump and subsequent fare adjustments. #airlines #JetA.
Video Picks:

Air India Bond Issue Oversubscribed Three Times
FAA chief: No specific timeline for Boeing 737 Max recertification
Inside The Military’s $223 Million ‘Doomsday Plane’
The Battle of the Airlines
Tourism contributed 25% to PH GDP in 2018: WTTC report


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