Published on November 7th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/11/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 November
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 November
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 November
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 November
North America Newsletter 4 November
Aircraft Update:
9H-QBP Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44715 Malta Air Registered at Naples on transfer 05/11/19 ex EI-FOD in Ryanair colours.
9H-QBT Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44717 Malta Air Registered at Naples on transfer 06/11/19 ex EI-FOH in Ryanair colours.
9H-QBU Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44712 Malta Air Registered at Naples on transfer 06/11/19 ex EI-FOI in Ryanair colours.
Global Aviation News:
Air Canada: airline is resilient as uncertainty over the MAX lingers
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IAG-Air Europa: #1 on Europe-Latin America, overtakes Air France-KLM

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Icelandic start-up budget carrier Play plans A321 fleet
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KLM serves 16 UK airports; ~2.2 million passengers connect via Amsterdam
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Low-cost carriers face long-haul struggle
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Norwegian Air to Tap Markets in Bid to Raise Over $300 Million

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Russia Touts Development of Its Air Transport System
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Teen planespotters invited onboard VIP Airbus flight by airline CEO
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Why budget airlines in Germany are getting more expensive
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus Director of Safety and Security is New Chair of FSF Board
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ASL Airlines Belgium collaborates with Jettainer on ULD fleet
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ASL Airlines Belgium leases B747-400F from China Airlines
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BBAM and GE Aviation Sign Asset Transfer System Agreement for Leasing Market
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CDB Aviation Begins Deliveries of A320neo Aircraft to Bamboo Airways

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Europe’s turbulent skies has proved a boon for Ryanair and its sisters
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‘I love being close to the metal’: A flight in the Profit Hunter with Embraer’s John Slattery
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Ireland’s CityJet winds down most ARJ85 ACMI ops
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Ryanair CEO: ‘No Justification’ for More Environmental Taxes on Air Travel
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Ryanair Holdings – Investment driving the bottom line – Davy Research
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Ryanair to end Stockholm – Niš service
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Shannon Wants To Become A Transatlantic Transfer Hub
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Tweet Picks:
@JohnLStrickland The new #aircraft order from @airarabiagroup  has been in gestation for some time. Wondering if it could feature a twin track approach within one OEM family.
@LuxuryTravelled Maybe not quite what we were expecting, but movement in the right direction at Manchester for Virgin Atlantic. Very much still a more leisure focus with increases to Barbados, Las Vegas and Orlando.
@sgracetaylor David Lavorel, CEO @SITAONAIR, gives an insight into how much data next-gen aircraft create & why it’s a step-change for the industry: Classic A320s have 400 parameters, A320neos have 24,000.
@sgracetaylor Interesting! Richard Van Wijk, Global Aviation Practice Lead @nokia , says airports should use Wi-Fi purely for pax (more capacity for them will improve #PaxEx) & airport operations should use a 5G Private Multi-Service Broadband
Wireless Platform #SITAEuroITSummit .
@vikingairltd Next stop on our #Guardian400 World Tour is the @DubaiAirshow #aircraft display, then continues in #Africa where delegates can view this special #mission #aircraft that excels in operational flexibility & offers force-multiplying economy.
@winglets747 Not enough change to Australia-Hong Kong market. Virgin Australia to end Melbourne-Hong Kong so it can start Brisbane-Tokyo. Virgin keeps Sydney-Hong Kong, which will be enough competitive pressure for country-wide fare discounts.
Video Picks:

Hear From Boeing 737 Chief Pilot Jennifer Henderson
IAG buys Air Europa for $1.1 billion
In the Making: First #A320neo to Colorful Guizhou Airlines
KLM Documentary – At home in the world
Mumbai Airport To Be Partially Shut From November


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