Published on October 11th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/10/2019

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 7 October
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 7 October
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 7 October
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 7 October
North America Newsletter 7 October

Aircraft Update:

D-ATCD Airbus A321-211 c/n 6639 Thomas Cook Aviation Ferried Leipzig-Shannon 10/10/19 on return to lessor.
D-ATCE Airbus A321-211 c/n 6979 Thomas Cook Aviation Ferried Hannover-Shannon 10/10/19 on return to lessor.
N391UP Boeing 767-304(ER) c/n 28039 UPS – United Parcel Services Ferried Tel Aviv-Shannon-Cincinnati 07-08/10/19 after freighter conversion ex I-AIGJ.
OE-LOW Airbus A320-232 c/n 2252 Laudamotion Registered 09/10/19 prior delivery at Soekarno-Hatta International ex 9V-SLG.
Global Aviation News:

Airbus Adds Important A330neo Order

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Aviation and tourism to contribute $128bn to UAE’s GDP by 2037
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Biman Bangladesh Airlines Return To Manchester Airport From New Year
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Etihad Airways to be profitable by 2023
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Europe’s Airline Woes Hit Slovenia — and Its Promising Tourism Growth
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IndiGo makes history by being the first LCC to link India and Vietnam
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India’s airlines need help offsetting operating costs, amid expectations for low fares
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Islamic financing to grow on back of airlines’ appetite to refinance debt

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Melting pot of intrigue: American announces London-Boston soon after Delta
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Saudia: the giant awakes, adding 11 million seats since 2015

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Top-20 unserved routes: Australia-Southeast Asia
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30 Second Interview: Owain Jones, MD Wizz Air UK
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap picks up Airbus jet orders dropped by Norwegian -sources

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AerCap to Host Capital Markets Day in New York on November 11, 2019

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CDB Aviation Delivers First of Nine A321neos to Indian Carrier IndiGo
D-AYAD (EI-LRC) Airbus A321-253NX/LR Aer Lingus First Flight
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ERS Signs Agreement With Irish Aviation Authority to Deliver New Aviation Safety Regulation System
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‘Huge issue’ – Aer Lingus forced to postpone introduction of new routes between Dublin and US due to Airbus A321LR aircraft delays
In the ‘greater interest’ that Aer Lingus invests in aircraft rather than buildings – IAG chief Willie Walsh
Lauda sham-rocks with new Ireland West route
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New Fund Set To Assist Shannon In Developing Frankfurt Connection

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PwC New Aviation Finance Advisory Services practice leader announced

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Ryanair launches new Brussels South Charleroi route to Nantes
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Shannon Group Chair Confident Shannon Airport Will Get Transatlantic Routes Back
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Willie Walsh urges BA boss to ‘make a deal’ and resolve pilot strike
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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell “Airline frequent flyer miles are kind of like fashion sizes. Just because the label says it’s a size medium or a size 8 doesn’t mean the dimensions on that garment are going to be exactly the same from one designer to another.” – @hharteveldt.
@hharteveldt It will be tough for mid-size US cities w/out critical mass of major employers to attract long-haul flights absent either major incentives or compelling differences vs. established hubs. AUS wins because of tech, BNA for music & growing business based, MSY for tourism.
@jjfcarr Biman Bangladesh becomes the latest airline to commence services from Manchester, starting flights to Sylhet/Dhaka from January next year with their B787 fleet. Our CEO was in Dhaka this weekend alongside Mayor Andy Burnham to announce the route.
@TTGTravelQueen Proof younger generation are turning to travel agents-@ABTAtravel’s Holiday Habits report reveals 18-24 year olds are most likely age group to book holidays in-store,with more than third of this age bracket using a travel professional in the last yr(34% vs 31% in 2018) #abtatokyo.
@winglets747 “It seems that Boeing imagined it could stretch the 737 into a 757 replacement.  That has not gone well.  Trying to shoehorn the 787-8 into the 767-300ER space has not proven a success either.” (and Boeing prefers to sell the larger -9).
Video Picks:

American Airlines delays 737 Max return date to Jan. 16
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Piloting BOEING 787 out of St Maarten – Great Views!
Ryanair celebra 100 milioni di passeggeri a Bergamo
Why So Many Airlines are Going Bankrupt


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