Published on October 21st, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/10/2019

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-ERH Airbus A320-232 c/n 2157 VivaAeroBus Ferried Mexico City-Monterrey 16/10/19 in basic colours prior return to lessor ex G-TTOJ.
EI-FYA Boeing 737-8 MAX c/n 42830 Norwegian Air International Ferried Las Palmas-Lleida 15/10/19 for onward storage.
EI-FYI Boeing 737-8 MAX c/n 42834 Norwegian Air International Ferried Tenerife South-Lleida  15/10/19 for onward storage.
EI-GIX ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1075 GECAS Ferried Sønderborg-Tallinn 19/10/19 ex VT-JCZ.
EI-STA Boeing 737-31S c/n 29057 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Dublin-Tallinn 14/10/19 for KlasJet.
Global Aviation News:
Armenia abolishes departure tax for new destinations
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Despite Jet Airways’ end, 39 million seats exist between India and the Gulf
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Etihad and Air Arabia join hands to launch Abu Dhabi’s first low-cost carrier
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Mexico’s VivaAerobus: the ‘super low-cost’ is to be even more super

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Norwegian and JetBlue Announce Intent for Partnership
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Revealed: almost 34 million passengers connect with Turkish Airlines

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Titan Airways introduces first Airbus A330 to fleet

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World’s Longest Flights Aren’t Meant for Cattle Class
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30 Second Interview: Martin Gauss, CEO airBaltic
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Irish Aviation News:
Dublin-based Whispr secures spot in IAG’s Hangar 51 accelerator
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Dublin Airport (DUB) Winter 2019/20 (W19) Start of Season Report ACL
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Eirtech sign a GTA with Willis Lease Finance Corporation
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Emirates wants price compromise on Dublin Airport fee
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EI-HAX Boeing 737-8200 Ryanair first flight

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Garuda Indonesia to Operate Two 737-800 Converted Freighters from GECAS
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GECAS and IAI Launch the 777-300ERSF Freighter Program
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Irish backstop begorrah! Aer Lingus ‘US-HUB-at-DUB’ thrives with 60% transferring
MAAS Aviation to set up aircraft painting facility at Kaunas Airport
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Ryanair Selects Joramco as its Base Maintenance Provider
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Touchdown for TrueNoord in US market as regional specialist leases six Embraer E170 to Republic Airways
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Tweet Picks:
@David_Slotnick The nonstop Perth-London has the highest reliability (99.5%) and highest NPS of any flight in Qantas’ network. “Because we designed the flights for ultra-long-haul.”
@e_russell Airbus is pitching a higher-weight A350-1000 for Qantas’ #ProjectSunrise missions.
@e_russell But, as Laderman put it himself at the air show, the A321XLR isn’t a full mid-market replacement. United has long wanted a replacement for both the long-haul 757s and 767s.
@e_russell “[The] next fleet to retire, we’ll start looking at the remaining 757s that will start coming out,” said United CFO Laderman.
@e_russell United added 6 used A319s, and 9 new E175s to its fleet in 3Q19, said CFO Laderman. $UAL.
Video Picks:

Air India becomes first airline in world to use a TaxiBot on commercial Airbus flight
Air India Toronto to Delhi Flight Inaugural Ceremony
Are airplane seats too small? The FAA wants to know
Qantas Ready to Launch a Demand for 20-Hour Flight
United CEO Oscar Munoz on quarterly earnings, full year guidance and more


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