Published on October 31st, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 31/10/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 30 October
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 30 October:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 30 October:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 30 October:
North America Newsletter 30 October:
Aircraft Update:

EI-DAL Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33718 Ryanair Ferried Dublin-Bangor-Victorville 26-27/10/19 for pickle fork cracks repairs.
EI-DCL Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33806 Ryanair Ferried Dublin-Bangor-Victorville 26-27/10/19 for pickle fork cracks repairs.
EI-RJU RJ85 c/n 2367 Cityjet Ferried Frankfurt-Dublin 26/10/19 after wet-lease to Lufthansa.
LN-NGT Boeing 737-8JP c/n 41125 Norwegian Ferried Oslo-Shannon 26/10/19 for paint prior delivery to Joy Air.
Global Aviation News:

Airbus and Boeing Deliveries To Remain Sluggish

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Airline Groups Blast Australian Airport Economic Report
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IAG selects 13 startups to join Hangar 51 accelerator programme
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Latin American Airlines See Growth Despite Turmoil
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South African Airways Recalls Planes for Compliance Checks

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UK leisure airlines: boosted by Thomas Cook exit
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U.K. Lifts Ban on Flights to Egypt Resort in Boost to Tourism
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ULCC Spirit Airlines’ investors wary as short term challenges mount
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United Targets Big Spenders With First Class in Small Cities
US-Hawaii air market: Southwest Airlines raises competitive pressure
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Virgin Connect may consider larger aircraft
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Virgin Atlantic plots Manchester hub following Thomas Cook collapse
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Why India’s Airlines Are Flying More Empty Seats Overseas
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Irish Aviation News:

Aircastle Announces Review of Strategic Alternatives

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Air France to operate twice daily from Cork to Paris for summer 2020
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CDB Aviation Delivers First of Four Embraer E190 Aircraft to Bolivian Airline Amaszonas
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Ireland’s Stobart Air ends E195 operations
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Lauda loses one million – each week – Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary
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Lauda touches down at Brussels South Charleroi Airport for the launch of new route to Vienna
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Lessor-support company Six West secures first AOC
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New Vienna service announced for Shannon Airport by Laudamotion
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Northern Aerospace firms urged to apply for investment
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Tweet Picks:

@GlennFarleyK5 Boeing’s Dennis Muilenburg says FAA does not yet have everything it needs to re-certify the 737 MAX.  Still delivering final software, documentation etc.
@GlennFarleyK5 Global trade tensions hurting wide body sales, Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg @BoeingCEO says.  787 to back down to 12 aircraft per month by late 2020 lasting 2 years.
@GlennFarleyK5 It will take “several quarters” to deliver parked 737 MAX jets, says Boeing CFO Greg Smith, once grounding is lifted.  Cash flow impacted in 2019 and beyond as company makes good to airline customers.
@LeehamNews “For purposes of the third-quarter results, the company has assumed that regulatory approval of the 737 MAX return to service begins in the fourth quarter of 2019 and that it will gradually increase the 737 production rate from 42 per month to 57 per month by late 2020.”
@R_Wall Boeing CEO asked on NMA given all that has happened says: company continues to evaluate NMA. Maturing business case. Calls it a ‘project of interest’ still with notional mid-2020s EIS if it were to happen (with corrected timing on EIS).
Video Picks:

How the 737 Max grounding is affecting airline earnings
IAG promises to make fleet carbon-neutral by 2050
Southwest CEO Kelly on 737 Max Grounding, Airbus, Capacity
Southwest will be more aggressive in coming quarters: Senior aviation analyst
Southwest CEO Gary Kelly on Q3 earnings results, Boeing 737 Max and company outlook


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