Published on September 26th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/09/2019

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-LRB Airbus A321-253NXLR c/n 8909 Aer Lingus Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Dublin 24/09/19 ex D-AVXS.
G-FBXE ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1322 Flybe Delivered Stockholm Arlanda-Dublin 24/09/19 in SAS Airlines to become EI-GPP Stobart Air.
VP-BJC Airbus A220-371 GTLK Europe Delivered Montréal Mirabel-Maastricht 23/09/19 in all white colours for interim storage.
Global Aviation News:
Air Baltic wants to partner on a new route to New York
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Emirates airline sees green shoots on European routes

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EgyptAir On the Rebound
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European bloodbath dumps aircraft back into market

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Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 Issues Linger
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SpiceXpress Expands Air Cargo Capacity with 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter
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Thomas Cook’s Collapse Prompts UK’s Largest Repatriation
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Thomas Cook liquidation: tour operators, airlines and lessors affected

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UAE’s Emirates, Etihad working more closely than ever
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Irish Aviation News:
Around 6,000 passengers who flew with Thomas Cook from Belfast left stranded after collapse
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Construction firm creates 100 jobs at Cork Airport Business Park
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Domestic travel remains single biggest source of tourism trend – AIB
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Fitch Rates GTLK Europe’s Upcoming Guaranteed Notes ‘BB+(EXP)’
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McEvaddy in it for the long haul at Dublin Airport
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce accuses airports of having passengers, airlines ‘over a barrel’
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Q2 2019 Quality of Service Report of Dublin Airport

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Rain Maker: How to sell Airlines – A morning enterprise sales masterclass with Sinéad Finn
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Ryanair and ESN Celebrate launch of third year partnership

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Ryanair’s Lauda reaches out to Adria pilots
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Ryanair strikes deal with ANA to keep Faro base open

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Tweet Picks:

@CAPA_Aviation Thomas Cook Group’s entry into liquidation marks another small step towards European airline consolidation. According to CAPA data the airline’s fleet comprises 102 aircraft and is the 14th largest European airline group by scheduled seat capacity.
@FlySWISS In October, SWISS is to introduce the Flightpass, offering ten one-way flights within Europe from or to Geneva.
@timjue Goodbye RPUs & GPUs, hello PlusPoints. United Airlines details changes to upgrade certificates for high level MileagePlus elites. #travelskills.
@tonyfernandes Almost 19 years. 2 planes to 270 planes. So many people against us. But boy 600 million people have benefitted from our fighting for what’s right, not accepting monopolies, but unfortunately many people dislike me but hey you do what you think is right.
@RampRatRick G-XWBB (BA’s 2nd A350-1000) after arriving  @HeathrowAirport for the first time last night. Delivery flight from TLS to SNN (Shannon) for ~45 training flights over 4 days before routing to London. Immaculate inside with that amazing ‘new aircraft’ smell.
Video Picks:

Cirrus Aircraft Fleet & Special Mission
Eurowings Airbus A320 Amazing Approach into Karlsruhe Baden Airpark (FKB)
Our C-17A Globemaster crews are getting ready for Sunsuper Riverfire
Runway Rehabilitation Project at Ireland West Airport
Thomas Cook: How Britain’s leading travel company collapsed


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