Published on September 25th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/09/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 September:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 September:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 24 September:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 24 September:
North America Newsletter 24 September:
Aircraft Update:
EI-STS Boeing 737-48E(F) c/n 25773 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Position Shannon-East Midlands 22/09/19 ex N480VX.
N445CC Boeing 737-83N c/n 32577 GECAS Registered 18/09/19 prior ferry ex Don Mueang International for freighter conversion ex HS-DBE.
OE-IDS Boeing 737-96NER c/n 35223 GECAS Ferried Lasham-Shannon 23/09/19 for paint for SkyUp Airlines ex VT-JLH.
9H-SJI Sukhoi RRJ95B c/n 95120  Superjet International Ferried Istanbul Atatürk-Naples 22/09/19 after display at Teknofest ex EI-FWG.
Global Aviation News:
‘AirAsia’s welcoming culture is so different’
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Birmingham Airport shares plans to become Europe’s leading airport

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Delta Air Lines wants 200 Boeing 797, if launched
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Dubai’s Flydubai plans to grow fleet by 300% in next decade
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Emirates’ premium economy to be delayed, says Tim Clark
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Emirates Airlines Unveils Facial Recognition Boarding System for US Flights

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Federal guarantee pledged for bridge loan to Condor, which continues operations
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‘Game-changing’ aircraft to drive new city pairs

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Icelandair agrees initial ‘fraction’ of 737 Max compensation

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Jet grounding behind shift in India growth plans, says Virgin Atlantic
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Norwegian cancelling dozens of short-haul European routes following profitability review
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Romania’s flag carrier Tarom not likely to reach breakeven this year
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus Lands on Dynamic for September Sale Campaign
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Austin airport updates incentives program to land flights to Hawaii, Asia and Ireland
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Belfast International Airport owners reveal ambitious expansion plan to attract additional carriers including Qatar and America Airlines to Belfast
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City of Derry Airport Reaching New Heights with London Southend Service Commencing on 27th October
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Dublin Airport Opens New Premier Lounge For East Bound Passengers
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More Belfast routes will go after Brexit, air travellers are warned
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Notre Dame game in Dublin will pump $70 million into Irish economy
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Tweet Picks:

@AlexInAir New: Kuwait’s  @JazeeraAirways is considering both Airbus A321LR and A321XLR single-aisle jets in order to develop a hub model.
@hjelnaes Germany Government has agreed to double its passenger tax on short/medium distance flights. They prove will be used to reduce vat on train travel. The Government has also agreed on airfares cannot undercut the value of governmental taxes and fees!.
@PaddyWhyte It’s an eye-catching list of routes for sure, but as @BrianSumers says “Virgin Atlantic is just another undersized airline trying to squeeze out a profit amidst intense competition.”
@PaddyWhyte Warning from analysts at Bernstein: “Thomas Cook’s collapse, mirroring that of Monarch two years ago, could see a number of other tour operators collapse, further squeezing the market.”
@WandrMe XL went bankrupt in 2008 and came back and was fine as a brand until it collapsed again this month. Several airline brands have been brought back in the USA and all failed financially, but not because the brands were tarnished but because they had horrible business models.
Video Picks:

How Customs At JFK Searches 1 Million Mail Packages A Day
How Eurowings is Dealing With the Integration of Air Berlin
Take a tour of the new American Airlines main campus
Thomas Cook’s Stranded Passengers to Be Repatriated by U.K.’s CAA
Watch CNBC’s full interview with United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz


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