Published on October 7th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/10/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
FAA article: Stop Maintenance Error Leaks Through RVP Steps by Acumen Aviation VP-Training Vishwanath Hampanna
Some enhanced features are added to SPARTA
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-TCDF Airbus A321-211 c/n 6114 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried Belfast International-Shannon 03/10/19.
G-TCDM Airbus A321-211 c/n 7003 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried Manchester-Kaunas 03/10/19.
G-TCDO Airbus A321-211 c/n 7055 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried London Gatwick-Kaunas 02/10/19.
G-TCDP Airbus A321-211 c/n 6376 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried Belfast International-Shannon 03/10/19.
OE-LZD Airbus A320-214 c/n 5299 Austrian Airlines Delivered Cecil Airport-Bangor-Shannon-Vienna 05/06-10/19 ex N667AC.
Global Aviation News:

Adria Bankruptcy Nearly Halves Ljubljana Airport’s Routes
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Emirates boss says Etihad more receptive to synergies
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Garuda Rescues Indonesia’s Sriwijaya Air Amid Shutdown Fears
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KLM still going strong at 100. Read our exclusive interview
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Romanian airline Tarom to launch direct flights from Bucharest to New York next summer
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Sir Tim Clark reveals Emirates airline’s expansion plans
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Turbulent Days Ahead for South Korean LCCs
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Why Do Europe’s Airlines Keep Dying Off?
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus to trial facial recognition for its US flights
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EI-HEK Boeing 737-8200 Ryanair first flight
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Fly Leasing to Report Third Quarter 2019 Financial Results on November 8, 2019
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IPC Mouldings celebrates aerospace excellence
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Package holiday market ‘is screwed’ – Ryanair’s O’Leary
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Ryanair German pilots vote for 4-year collective labor agreement
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Ryanair to ask Boeing to ‘eat’ any EU tariffs in jet trade war
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Ryanair to operate flights from Košice to London next summer
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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Delta’s move to “cross-pollinate the widget from South Korea to Brazil” is rooted in the dynamic that a “national (or sub-national) standalone wasn’t sustainable given the strategic environment.”  Touché @theaircurrent.
@EirtechAviation successfully completed Miami Air livery! Amazing work by the Eirtech Engineering team! Well done all involved fantastic work! #EAS #Eirtech #Services #Solutions #livery #Miami
@Jamie_Freed Australia’s competition regulator has backed Virgin Australia’s application for one of the two slots at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport to be awarded to Australian carriers.
@lowrytom The razor’s edge of tourism. When a budding destination is too dependent on an airline. Lessons from Slovenia and @adria_airways from @rojospinks.
@kambrmedia “What’s made @JetBlue  successful is that we’ve been able to disrupt the traditional legacy model,” @jlgeraghty at @airlinesblog. “What we intend to do in London will reflect what we did for MINT transcont in the US, where we drove prices down by 50%.
@megan_lindsay Pathfinders seek out risk and disruption in advance, over and over again. Bystanders wait to determine ROI and concrete answers before creating a strategy and ultimately follow behind their competitors. #TravelConnect2019.
Video Picks:

Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg speaks at the Economic Club of New York
Captains of Industry: One-on-one with Tim Clark on Emirates airline’s expansion plans
DGCA issues rules for alcohol testing of airside workers
Emirates A380 lands in Cairo
UPS CEO discusses getting FAA approval for drone airline operation


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