Published on October 1st, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/10/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 30 September:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 30 September
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 30 September:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 30 September:
North America Newsletter 30 September:
Aircraft Update:
C-GKFB Airbus A321-211 c/n 8232 Air Canada Re-Delivered Dublin-Toronto 29/09/19 after cabin mods ex TF-DOG.
EI-HEC Airbus A330-322(F) c/n 231 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Ferried Dublin-Leipzig 29/09/19 DHL partner colours prior Air Hong Kong operations ex D-AAEC.
HS-VKM Airbus A321-211 c/n 7715 Thai VietJet Air Delivered Toulouse Francazal-Lourdes-Al Bateen Executive-Bangkok 30-09/01-10/19 ex EI-GOX.
Global Aviation News:
Air France takes delivery of its first A350 XWB
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Boeing Max Buyer Flydubai Says Grounding Has Set It Back 5 Years

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Condor and Thomas Cook Scandinavia to Continue Operations

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Delta and LATAM Airlines to form the leading airline partnership throughout the Americas
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Emirates announces its first A380 service to Cairo
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French low-cost airline XL suspends flights, faces likely bankruptcy
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The only low cost airport in Latin America will see its operation restricted by a judicial resolution
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U.K. Aviation Says Half of Thomas Cook Passengers Back in U.K.
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Irish Aviation News:

Aine Scully appointed to Six West’s Board of Directors

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Jackson Square Aviation Announces Delivery of One New Airbus A320neo Aircraft to Spirit Airlines
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O’Leary: Buying LaudaMotion ‘very painful,’ but eyes profit next year

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Ryanair’s Lauda airline to commence a new route between Helsinki and Vienna

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Ryanair to launch new Podgorica service
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Ryanair to launch Odesa-Berlin flights in October
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Ryanair opens new Toulouse base and new summer 2020 schedule

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Ryanair’s Laudamotion announces 17 new routes from Vienna

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Shannon management fear upgrade costs will become ‘material financial burden’
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Union will not back Aer Lingus profit deal
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Tweet Picks:
@AllieRenison Am sure there’s a reason it hasn’t been done (yet) but how’s about the UK + US follow the Irish-American endeavour at Dublin airport and open up a similar American customs/immigration pre-clearance area at Heathrow? Forget waiting for an FTA to move on that.
@AppavouSomas Over the past 52 years @airmauritius has grown into a modern and versatile airline. But we won’t stop here. We continue to embrace change and innovation to maintain a sustainable business for our customers, staff and local #Mauritius community. #aviation.
@capa_india Australia-India traffic corridor remains seriously capacity starved. Two-way traffic >1.5mn pax pa, but market served by just 8x/week non-stop flights each way. Most 6th freedom airlines that carry bulk of pax are also bilateral constrained. Yet market grown at double digits.
@CAPA_Aviation Global LCLH routes have increased from 110 (2009) to 472 (2019) indicating profound changes to the entire travel value chain.
@TorontoPearson Congratulations to @AirIndia on the launch of their new non-stop route from Pearson to @DelhiAirport . This new route, flying 3x a week from Pearson, is part of our commitment to passenger experience and access to exciting travel 🇮🇳 #CountOnPearson.
Video Picks:

American Airlines And LATAM Ending Partnership
Boeing CEO agrees to testify on Capitol Hill about 737 Max 8 Jet
Delta buys 20% stake in LATAM airlines for $1.9 billion
Emirates launches 2-second biometric boarding system
No airlines keen to take on Air NZ in regions


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