Published on October 18th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/10/2019

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

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada drops ‘ladies and gentlemen’ greeting on planes for a gender neutral welcome

Govt in talks with strategic equity partners for SAA, Ramaphosa confirms
Human Guinea Pigs About to Embark on World’s First 20-Hour Airline Flight
Rossiya Airlines to transfer some of its Boeing 737-800s to LCC Pobeda and Aeroflot
Royal Jordanian CEO in Talks About Strategic Airline Partnership

Southwest Air Pilots See 737 Max Return in February at Earliest
737 MAX grounding likely to lift airfares this holiday season
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Leased, Purchased and Sold 108 Aircraft in the Third Quarter 2019
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ALG hosts international Global Aircraft Trading System (GATS) event
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GECAS and IAI Launch the 777-300ERSF Freighter Program

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Seraph Aviation markets debut $726M aircraft-lease ABS
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IAG “upset” with Airbus over A321neo(LR) delays for Aer Lingus – Walsh
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce confident about Boeing Max
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Regulator to rule on plan to cut Dublin Airport passenger charges
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Ryanair’s Low Fares Come to Armenia, 4 New Routes, 130, 000 Customers P.A. at Yerevan & Gyumri
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Seraph Aviation markets debut $726M aircraft-lease ABS
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@airchive 8 #E2 in service with 99.5 percent reliability #E2ProfitHunter.
@Airlineroute Biman Bangladesh Airlines is listing 4 weekly flights for Dhaka – Manchester – Sylhet – Dhaka route, instead of 3, from 04JAN20 to 28MAR20.

The airline will resume Manchester with Boeing 787-8 from 04JAN20.

@ATWOnline The British government plans to introduce reformed airline insolvency legislation in a bid to strengthen consumer protections and provide more oversight of distressed airlines.

@HowardSlutsken Embraer’s market outlook for the next 20 years – 10,550 aircraft up to 150 seats, says Arjan Meijer, @embraer CCO. #E195E2MediaDay.
@HowardSlutsken Why no winglets on @embraer E2s? “We tested thousands of wing shapes, and the one we picked had the best results.” – Jorge Nasser, Regional VP, Sales, North America. #E195E2MediaDay.

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