Published on September 19th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/09/2019

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:

LN-NGD Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39049 Norwegian Ferried East Midlands-Oslo 08/09/19 after paint into all white prior return to lessor.

LN-NGE Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39050 Norwegian Ferried East Midlands-Oslo 16/09/19 after paint into all white prior return to lessor.

OY-YAN ATR72-212A(500) Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Billund- Bydgoszcz 15/09/19 for paint for Loganair ex EC-MLF.

Global Aviation News:
China Needs to Spend $2.9 Trillion on New Planes and Services, Boeing Says
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Drawing the future of Europe’s skies
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FAA Chief Will Assess 737 Max Status in Trip to Seattle This Week
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Thomas Cook’s Rescue Tests Reputation of Default Protection
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Wizz Air boss looks to Brexit as an opportunity to grow
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WOW air collapse: the gap in Iceland aviation remains

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Irish Aviation News:
Heathrow chiefs fly in for Belfast SME summit
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Jet 2 adds new Leeds Bradford Airport flights after Ryanair cuts
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Sales soar but profits slip back at aviation supply firm Mallaghan

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Tourism Ireland CEO Insists There Is A Shannon Focus For Marketing Efforts
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Virgin proposing route to Belfast from Heathrow 

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Tweet Picks: 
@lesliejosephs As we think about fuel costs today, let’s pause to appreciate how bad we all are at packing. U.S. airlines’ bag fee revenue rises 22% in Q2 to $1.5 billion, per @USDOT, a bigger jump than passenger growth. Last year after a spike in fuel prices, airlines raised the fees.
@lesliejosephs Muilenburg says Boeing not going to ‘rush decision’ on NMA.
@tonyfernandes Oil is a dying commodity.  Renewable, electric cars , Uber and the sharing economy will al limit the use in years to come.  Artistically propped up by speculators and supply control.
@winglets747 If an airline hedges fuel because it thinks it can out-perform the market, get out of the aviation business and start commodity trading and betting. Far more profitable.
@winglets747 Leave Kolkata 8:40pm, arrive back 5:05am. That is some wonderful aircraft utilisation. Depending how trip costs are allocated, such international flights could have low pricing but still be profitable.
Video Picks:

Azul takes delivery of first Embraer E195 E2
Ethiopian Carrier reports profits of $233 million, 14% increase in passengers
Hi Fly A330neo delivery flight and fly-by over Beja Airport
Pioneering Commercial Electric Planes – Inspiring talk with CEO of Heart Aerospace, Part 1
Why Southwest Is Rethinking Its Boeing 737 Strategy


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