Published on October 2nd, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/10/2019

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:

G-TCDB Airbus A321-211 c/n 5603 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried Bristol-Shannon 30/09/19 on return to lessor.
G-TCDC Airbus A321-211 c/n 5872 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried Manchester-Shannon 30/09/19 on return to lessor.
G-TCDD Airbus A321-211 c/n 6038 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried Bristol-Shannon 30/09/19 on return to lessor.
VN-A583 Airbus A320-232 c/n 3902 Bamboo Airways Delivered Dublin-Bangkok-Hanoi 01-02/10/19 ex EI-GPU.
Global Aviation News:
AmEx Sweetens Rewards, Boosts Annual Fee on Delta Co-Brand Cards
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Boeing 737 MAX-8 Flights Postponed due to Extra Security Measures
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Boeing CEO Sees ‘Endgame’ in Effort to Lift Grounding of 737 Max
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Delta CEO Ed Bastian Says Ancillaries Are Key To Diversifying Revenues
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Delta eyes Miami build-up under LATAM partnership

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‘Eager to Fly’ the MAX 8 to Toulouse
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EU reviews Thomas Cook subsidiary bailout
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How Operation Matterhorn shifted 100,000 passengers in 100 planes using airlines you’ve never heard of
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Icelandair discontinues flights to San Francisco and Kansas City
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WOW 2 to Take off by Mid-October
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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon joins as a new ALTA affiliate member

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American Airlines extends seasonal Dublin-Dallas DFW route in Summer 2020
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Causeway Aero achieves EASA Part 21G accreditation
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David Shepherd appointed chief commercial officer of Aer Lingus
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JetBlue’s Joanna Geraghty: We Plan To Disrupt Transatlantic on Pricing and Product
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Privilege Style selects Inflight Dublin for the provision of Wireless IFE Software and Content
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Ryanair’s Lauda to commence Banja Luka, Dubrovnik flights
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Ryanair’s Subsidiary Malta Air, Certified As Air Operator In Malta
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Voyager Announces Sales of Aircraft on Lease to Turkish Airlines
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Tweet Picks:
@airportarch Beijing Daxing “is a gleaming ode to modernity. The main terminal building unfolds like a scene from minimalist Tron.”
@e_russell Delta has commitments for 26 A350-900s with the LATAM deal, a move Bastian hints was an opportune way to boost a “sub-scale” fleet.
@hjelnaes Adria Airways filed for bankruptcy today (30SEP) and joins the ever increasing number of tombstones in the airline graveyard. No surprise after the airline suspended much of its operations during last week. Winter is coming for small and medium airlines.
@jonostrower .@jonweaks now envisions 737 Max return to revenue service is expected in the February/March window, given an ongoing regulatory review of 6 Max checklists for pilots.
@winglets747 Airbus’ Tianjin assembly line has so far delivered 16 A320s to non-Chinese airlines.
Video Picks:

Air France-KLM CEO at Skift Global Forum 2019
How United Airlines Created the “World’s Most Accessible IFE System”
JetBlue Ushers in the Future of its Fleet …
The award winning Donegal Airport
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