Published on October 30th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/10/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 October
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 14 October
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 14 October
North America Newsletter 14 October
Aircraft Update:
EI-EUA Airbus A320-232 c/n 2210 VivaAeroBus Ferried Mexico City-MTY 25/10/19 prior return to lessor.
EI-FMK ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1297 Stobart Air Ferried Dublin-Norwich 27/10/19 for paint prior return to lessor.
G-TCDE Airbus A321-211 c/n 6056 BCII A321 6056 Llc Ferried Shannon-Bangor-Lake City 26/10/19 in Thomas Cook Airlines colours.
OE-IKR Airbus A320-214 c/n 1954 Genesis Ireland Aviation Ferried Dusseldorf-Kaunas 28/10/19 ex EC-MTJ.
Global Aviation News:

American Airlines Jumps as CEO Sees Cash Flow Poised for Takeoff

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Apple, United in Early Discussions to Upgrade SFO Terminal
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Avenue Capital to Seek $1 Billion For Aircraft Leasing
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Brussels Airlines to cancel destinations, shrink fleet and scrap jobs
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‘Flight Shame’ Is Real, Will Make Carbon Big Business, Citi Says
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Gulfstream Unveils G700 in Battle for Biggest Private Jet
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Hong Kong Rolls Out Financial Relief Measures as Pax Numbers Decline
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Iberia to reach six new China destinations in cooperation with Hainan Airlines
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India’s SpiceJet to Open Hub in UAE With Boeing 737 Maxs
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India’s Top Airline Posts Biggest-Ever Quarterly Loss
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Private-Jet Deliveries Surge Just as Global Economy Cools Off
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Scotland’s Loganair outlines fleet expansion plans
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus fee plea flies in face of DAA

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Aer Lingus paid out €225m dividend last year as profits rose
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Air France To Operate Cork-Paris CDG Twice Daily For Summer 2020
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Airport Charges Decision A Disaster For Passengers And For The Irish Economy
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ARI puts niche brands into play at The Loop’s innovative new Beauty Hall at Dublin Terminal 2
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Armenia becomes Ryanair’s 40th country served
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Budapest skies set for Wizz vs Buzz battle
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Daa disappointed over passenger charge reduction
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I’ll get Stansted’s global ambitions off the ground, promises ex-Ryanair man
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Ireland West Airport joins with airport colleagues to sign declaration to tackle unruly passenger behaviour
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Laudamotion to operate 19 Ryanair routes from Palma Base in Summer 2020
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SKY Leasing And M&G Investments Establish Strategic Partnership And Close First Aircraft Fund With $300 Million Investment
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Tweet Picks:
@ABDunn #Airlines2050 @VirginConnect chief Mark Anderson says right-sizing of fleet means “we are now an airline in control of its capacity”
@ABDunn #Airlines2050 @VirginConnect chief Mark Anderson on the new branding: a new name is quite easy, creating a new brand proposition that everyone wants to be part of is a bigger challenge.
@FlightGlobal Dawn Wilson, MD of @TUIUK : “I believe that the [package] model is still alive. We take 6 million passengers on holidays every year. […] You have to be fast-paced in this industry, there’s lots of people out there who want to take a share of what you do.” #FGEvents #Airlines2050.
@IrishEmbJapanEN In Tokyo, Ireland & Japan Transport Ministers Ross & Akaba oversee senior signing of bilateral, facilitative document pointing to direct, Japan/ Ireland air services in medium term.
@jrobinsuk It’s time @boeing and @airbus take a fresh look at the single Isle aircraft market, @emirates Tim Clark tells #aviation2050. We need a “complete rethink for what a new single isle would look like”. The boeing 737 MAX will be fine once issues resolved as “its a great aircraft”.
Video Picks:

Air India’s Hyderabad MRO eyes EASA certification
American Airlines CEO says ‘damages’ from 737 Max should be ‘borne by the Boeing shareholders’
Boeing says it completed a ‘dry run’ of its certification test flight
Former Northwest CEO: It’s just a matter of time before the 737 Max is cleared to fly
How JetBlue Balances Sustainability With Growth


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