Published on November 8th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief 08/11/2019

Hi All,

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:

N640SW Boeing 737-3H4(F) c/n 27713 Bocomm Leasing Ferried San José-Victorville 06/11/19.
N737KT Boeing 737-86N(F) c/n 28619 Genesis Lease Air Test at Tel Aviv 04/11/19 after freighter conversion ex TC-AAO.
9H-QCB Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44723 Malta Air Registered at Naples 07/11/19 ex EI-FOP.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus Adds A350 to Tianjin Completion and Delivery Center
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Aircastle Limited Enters into Merger Agreement with Affiliates of Marubeni and Mizuho Leasing
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Boeing Says India Will Be Fastest-Growing Market Over 20 Years
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Etihad-Air Arabia Discount Venture Aims to Fill India Void

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European airlines are confronting the same grim reality their US counterparts faced decades ago
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German Low-cost Carrier Segment Comes to a Standstill

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Lufthansa to cut inflight service on long-haul routes
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Norwegian raises new capital and announces to be “fully funded through 2020 and beyond”
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Singapore Airlines Says Hong Kong Unrest Continues to Hurt Demand
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Irish Aviation News:

Brexit a ‘significant challenge’ to City of Derry Airport

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Butlers Chocolates partners with ARI to launch Pick & Mix at Dublin Airport

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easyJet launches first flight from Belfast to Marrakech
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IAA Regulated Entities Notified of Regulatory Charging Regime

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More capacity to the Canaries in response to demand from Belfast International Airport
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Q3 2019 Quality of Service Report of Dublin Airport
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Serbia blocks Ryanair’s new Nis service over lack of regulatory nod – govt

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Shannon lands two more new routes for 2020
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Travelport to open inside sales office in Dublin
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What’s it like to work in the ‘fast-paced’ industry of in-flight product design? – Viasat Ireland
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Tweet Picks:

@benjamincoren @VirginAtlantic  chief executive @shaiweiss said the carrier wants 162 of the 350 new slots that will be available at #heathrow when the third runway is complete, “which means we would double in size and offer more connectivity into Europe and domestically. #WTMLDN.
@benjamincoren Speaking at @WTM_London @wizzair CEO says the aviation industry is affected by many things: “we will see more regulation challenges and more political influences, but people are going to continue to fly”. #WTMLDN #aviation.
@benjamincoren Vàradi also said: “We (@wizzair ) look at #Brexit as an opportunity, it will shake up the market. Airlines will fail, but we are taking advantage of the opportunity.” He says the carrier has experienced “over 60%” growth” since the Brexit vote. #WTMLDN #aviation.
@CityLab The concentration of airline service resulting from deregulation has tilted the economic playing field toward larger metropolitan areas.
@WandrMe Delta is increasing frequencies on four intrastate routes starting next Spring. The longest is 238 miles; the shortest is 83. #AvGeek #PaxEx.
Video Picks:

Boeing vs. Airbus: Why Aviation’s Biggest Rivalry Is in Flux
Cessna 182 from Weston to Silverbrook Airfield
Challenging Landing QUITO – Boeing 747 Cockpit View
Electric-Powered Airplanes Are Headed for Takeoff
Vision Jet: Safe Return™ Emergency Autoland


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