Published on October 3rd, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/10/2019

Hi All,

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
FAA article: Stop Maintenance Error Leaks Through RVP Steps by Acumen Aviation VP-Training Vishwanath Hampanna
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-TCDE Airbus A321-211 c/n 6056 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried Manchester-Shannon 30/09/19 on return to lessor.
G-TCDG Airbus A321-211 c/n 6122 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried Glasgow-Shannon 01/10/19  on return to lessor.
G-TCDK Airbus A321-211 c/n 6548 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried Birmingham-Shannon 01/10/19 on return to lessor.
UR-SQI Boeing 737-96NER c/n 35223 SkyUp Airlines Being prepared for delivery at Shannon 01/10/19 ex OE-IDW.
Global Aviation News:
Airlines circling to snap up Thomas Cook Gatwick slots
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Etihad Airways Delays Airbus A350 Service Entry
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European budget carrier LEVEL adds Boston-Paris nonstops
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OAG validates AirAsia’s contribution towards making KL a key LCC megahub
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On-time departures ‘be damned,’ if it means passengers can make their connections, United Airlines CEO says
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Why slots are no longer the obstacle for airlines expanding to Newark
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Irish Aviation News:
Airline Economics nominates Marie-Louise Kelly and Paul O’Dwyer as part of their 40 under 40 for the third consecutive year
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Colm McLoughlin receives Lifetime Achievement accolade at Middle East Hospitality Awards

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ICRR Air Ambulance exceeds 100 missions within first two months
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Michael O’Leary: Europe will consolidate around four major airlines within a decade
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Remembering Irish transatlantic pilot hero Colonel James Fitzmaurice
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Ryanair in talks with lessors to introduce ex-Thomas Cook A320s
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Ryanair Launches UK Summer 20 Schedule
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Ryanair ‘reasonably confident’ of 737 Max return by early 2020

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Tweet Picks:
@BTAsiaPacific Garuda will cancel its Amsterdam-Jakarta route and replace it with a new link between Amsterdam and Denpasar via Medan.
@capa_india Based on current trends, #India domestic traffic in 1HFY20 is expected to be up around +1% yoy, while international will be closer to 0%. CAPA estimates for the full-year FY20 are for domestic traffic to increase by less than +5% and international by +1.5-2.0%. #IndianAviation.
@CAPA_Aviation Last month, @AmericanAir  announced its plans to launch 3 new routes from Chicago to Krakow, Prague and Budapest. The new routes will take its seat share up to 28.6% and @LOTAirlinesUS ‘s down to 51.9%.
@e_russell Why slots are no longer the obstacle for airlines expanding to Newark.
@Jamie_Freed Virgin Australia has applied for slot for daily flight from Brisbane to Tokyo’s Haneda airport, says will partner with ANA. Competing against Qantas, which wants both Haneda slots open to Australian carriers.
Video Picks:

Delta buys 20% stake in LATAM airlines for $1.9 billion
Emirates’ Tim Clark looks forward to Dubai’s Expo2020 | CNBC Conversation
Putting tariffs on aircraft doesn’t make any sense: Melius Research president
Thomas Cook a case study on how not to operate a travel business: Analyst | Squawk Box Europe
Watch CNBC’s full interview with United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz


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