Published on September 27th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/09/2019

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-FSO ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1109 GECAS Ferried Toulouse-Francazal-Las Palmas-Cabo Verde 25/09/19 on delivery to Passaredo Linhas Aéreas, still in FM Air colours ex XY-AMH.
EI-HEC Airbus A330-322(F) c/n 231 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Ferried Malta-Dublin 25/09/19 DHL partner colours prior Air Hong Kong operations.
N892GL Airbus A320-233 c/n 892 AerCap Ferried Goodyear-Mojave 24/09/19 ex PK-GLC.
OE-IIW Airbus A321-211 c/n 7237 Air Lease Corporation Ferried Shannon-Gander 26/09/19 in Thomas Cook Airlines colours for Frontier Airlines.
VQ-BXQ Airbus A320-214 c/n 6057 GECAS Ferried Lourdes-Woensdrecht 25/09/19 ex PR-ONX.
Global Aviation News:
Airlines Create New Online Marketplace To Reduce Spares And Maintenance Spend
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Beijing’s Giant New Airport Helps China Rival U.S. in the Skies
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Boeing 737 Max Unlikely to Fly Early Next Quarter, SunTrust Says
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EasyJet: Tailwinds From Thomas Cook’s Collapse
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European Budget Airlines Push For St. Petersburg Flights
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IAG: Full Year 2019 Guidance Update
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SpiceJet Eyes $10 Billion-Plus Airbus Deal Amid Boeing Woes
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The Boeing 777 Order Book Balloon Inflated By $2B

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United Air Woos Elite Flyers By Smoothing the Path to Upgrades
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U.N. Aviation Body Could Move to Supplant EU Over Climate Action
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737 MAX: Why Boeing’s Share Price Has Remained Stable Through Times Of Turbulence
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Irish Aviation News:

ACC20191046 – Non Directional Beacon (NDB) and Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) at Gormanston (GMN) for the Irish Air Corps

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Cork Airport Welcomes New Ryanair Summer Route To Katowice
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Delta TechOps and Aircraft Lessor ORIX Aviation Systems Ltd. Sign Major Engine Maintenance Contract
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Dublin Airport Welcomes Ryanair’s Summer 2020 Schedule
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GECAS & UL launch new Women in Aviation Scholarship
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Ryanair: Black Swans Rarely Come Twice
Ryanair confirms capacity up 1pc and 4 new routes for Ireland for summer 2020 & 3 winter services to continue
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Ryanair not interested in buying Thomas Cook airlines
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Shannon Group statement Wednesday 25th September 2019
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Tweet Picks:
@e_russell American sees a “unique opportunity” to acquire more A319s, eschewing ordering a 100-seater like United.
@e_russell JetBlue considers premium amenities for Boston ‘shuttle’ routes to New York, DC, Philadelphia #paxex.
@MaxK_J “OEMs treat airlines like foie gras.. . encouraging them to chase capacity and market share”: Dick Forsberg #ISTATEMEA.
@sandeeprrao1991 “..Bangalore is the next natural city we want to fly from in future, and one that we are currently not flying from.”” says Virgin Atlantic.
@winglets747 Hints Ethiopian will accelerate freighter growth, potentially taking more 777Fs, helping Boeing with its program bridge sales.
Video Picks:

airBaltic accepts 20th Airbus A220-300
Azul Receives Embraer’s First E195-E2
First #Embraer #E190E2 received its wings and empennages
Teekay Hi-Line exercise with GAC Training & Service Solutions at the NMCI
X’air Microlight Trip to North Coast, N. Ireland


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