Published on November 12th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/11/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Launches its New Website:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 November:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 November:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 11 November:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 11 November:
North America Newsletter 11 November:
Aircraft Update:
G-TCDC Airbus A321-211 c/n 5872 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried Shannon-Istanbul Atatürk 06/11/19.
G-TCDG Airbus A321-211 c/n 6122 Thomas Cook Airlines Ferried Shannon-Bangor-Chicago Rockford  08/11/19.
2-FINC Embraer 170LR c/n 17000123 RegionalOne Delivered Norwich-Keflavik-Gander-Portsmouth International 09/11/19 ex HZ-AEF.
Global Aviation News:
Independent Review of Boeing 737 Max Finds Design Changes ‘Safe’
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Qatar Airways-IndiGo partnership the “first step” towards deeper ties
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Southwest, American extend Boeing 737 Max cancellations until early March
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus launches new winter Bia Menu

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Fly Leasing Limited (FLY) CEO Colm Barrington on Q3 2019 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Fly Leasing Reports Third Quarter 2019 Financial Results
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International Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A. (ICAGY) CEO Willie Walsh on Q3 2019 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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IAG needs to rationalise its multiple airline brands: Willie Walsh

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Investors shying away from saving weak airlines: IAG’s Willie Walsh
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Ryanair says it will look to recover some of its lost growth in 2021
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2020 breathes life into airport
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Tweet Picks:
@AeronewsGlobal @AirCanada’s 1st of 45 @Airbus A220 rolled out of the painting hangar at the final assembly line in Mirabel. Delivery in December. First routes: Montreal-Seattle & Toronto-San Jose, California beginning Spring 2020.
@e_russell “Southwest, which has always known the 737 has a finite life, wants to be deeply involved in its replacement as its future is strategically important to the airline.” @jonostrower.
@e_russell “The business plan is super simple. [For the] 4.5 million people that live a 90-minute drive from the Minneapolis airport… we want to be their [preferred] air carrier to the extent they pay with their own money.” – @SunCountryAir CEO Bricker
@jonostrower It’s hard to overstate the power Southwest Airlines has over Boeing’s product strategy and its decision on a small airplane (completely separate from the 737 Max grounding) has the power to transform the airline industry for the next 30 years.
@PaddyWhyte Ripples of Thomas Cook’s collapse are still making their way across the travel industry. Today, Dnata, which is part of Emirates Group, announced a massive $22.9 million (AED 84 million) impairment charge relating to its UK catering businesses of which TC was a big customer.
Video Picks:

Clare Hodge, Air Transat – TTR Travel Industry Road Show 2019
Embraer E195-E2 Demonstration Flight at Shannon Airport
Martina Coogan, United Airlines – TTR Travel Industry Road Show 2019
Niall Gibbons@WTM November 5 2019
Shannon Airport announce new European routes with Aer Lingus


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