Published on October 16th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/10/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 October
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 14 October
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 14 October
North America Newsletter 14 October

Aircraft Update:

EI-LRC Airbus A321-253NXLR c/n 8965 Aer Lingus Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Dublin 14/10/19.
HS-VKL Airbus A320-211 c/n 7680 Thai VietJet Air Delivered Toulouse-Francazal-Lourdes-Al Bateen Executive-Bangkok 14-15/10/19 ex EI-GOL.
TF-ICN Boeing 737-8 MAX c/n 44356 Icelandair Ferried Keflavik-Shannon-Lleida 11/10/19 for onward storage.
TF-ICO Boeing 737-8 MAX c/n 44358 Icelandair Ferried Keflavik-Shannon-Lleida 11/10/19 for onward storage.
Global Aviation News:

Airbus and Air Austral sign a purchase agreement for three A220s
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Argus: U.S. Bizav Flying Bounces Back
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Delta Looks To Alabama For Airplanes With No Tariffs
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Emirates A380 fleet will operate into the mid-2030s
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Flybe will become Virgin Connect
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Hamburg Tourist Board MD: Hamburg overnight stays have increased 90% in the past decade
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How the clash of aircraft titans boiled over in Tahiti
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Norwegian makes changes to transatlantic summer frequencies
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The prospect of open skies in St Petersburg sparks excitement around Europe
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Traffic Figures Show Strengthening Latin American Markets
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Irish Aviation News:
CCB signs $500m deal to base aircraft leasing division in Ireland
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Facing the Storm: How Irish Coast Guard rescue crews responded to Emma
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IAG “upset” with Airbus over A321neo(LR) delays for Aer Lingus – Willie Walsh
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce confident about Boeing Max

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Ryanair launches flights from Kherson to Krakow

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Seraph Aviation markets debut $726M aircraft-lease ABS
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Tyrone company wins Ryanair bus contract
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Tweet Picks:
@AeronewsGlobal By the end of 2020, @emirates should have received 8 @BoeingAirplanes  777-9 aircraft. “Now it doesn’t look like we will have any,” Emirates President Tim Clark said at a conference in Dubai.
@AndrewTangel Boeing’s new chairman, Blackstone’s David Calhoun, is a boardroom force taking control of the company’s response to the 737 MAX crisis.
@TykesAeroBlog #Vistara will be taking 4 of the Hainan Airlines 787 frames. The first has already been painted and is on the flight line at PAE.  The second one, LN 905, is currently at Portland being painted.  The third and fourth frames are LN 887 and LN 893 and will be coming out of shortage at Grant County for painting soon.  No Indian registrations assigned for any of them yet.
@WandrMe Looks like @United ‘s CRJ550 fleet will run ~51 segments on its first day of service, 27 OCT 2019. My rough sked review suggests 10 planes needed for day 1. UA 4572 ORD-MDT appears to be the first departure.
@winglets747 Michael O’Leary about Boeing’s Kevin McAllister: “He’s never gotten into a shouting and screaming match with me, because he would lose.”
Video Picks:

Can AI and simulation fix the chronic flight delays in the U.S.?
Delta Air Lines CEO says the company is expanding its workforce by 12,000
Delta valuation compelling, Spirit Airlines a strong buy: CFRA’s Corridore
ISC Subsidiary ERS signs 7-million-dollar with Irish Aviation Authority
The challenges of approaching Innsbruck Airport


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