Published on November 14th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/11/2019

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:

EI-GIV ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1056 GECAS Ferried Sønderborg-Ljubljana 12/11/19 ex VT-JCX.
EI-GRC Airbus A321-211 c/n 6468 GECAS Registered at Toulouse-Francazal 09/11/19 in Thomas Cook Airlines colours ex OY-TCI.
OE-IDF Airbus A321-211 c/n 6548 Aircamo Aviation Registered at Shannon 11/11/19 in Thomas Cook Airlines colours ex G-TCDK.
OE-IEI Airbus A321-211 c/n 6515 Aircamo Aviation Registered at Shannon 11/11/19 in Thomas Cook Airlines colours ex G-TCDH.
Global Aviation News:
Air France-KLM CEO: Air France 787-9s give ‘good leverage’ in fleet negotiations with OEMs
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Bank Assets Management Company prepares plan for potential launch of new carrier
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International Airlines Group 2019 Capital Markets Day

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Irish Aviation News:
Aircastle Announces the Placement of Eleven Embraer E195-E2 Aircraft with KLM
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D-AVZP (EI-LRD) Airbus A321NEO-LR Aer Lingus on Hamburg XFW production line
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Ethiopian Airlines 4Q19 North America Flight Number changes via Dublin Westbound
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How Retracting Landing Lights Saved Aer Lingus 570t Of CO2
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IAG CEO Walsh: Ryanair CEO O’Leary will ‘struggle’ with delegating responsibilities
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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute No exact distance filed for this route, but Moscow Sheremetyevo – Beijing Capital is 3600 miles. Based on current listing Ural Airlines would be the only carrier on this route to operate w/ narrow-body, while Aeroflot operates 777/A350 (S20), Air China w/ 777 and Hainan w/ A330.
@Airlineroute QANTAS once again filed Flight Info for QF7879, operating from London Heathrow to Sydney, departing on 14NOV19. Estimated time is 18hrs 45mins.
@jonostrower Inside Southwest today, Alan Kasher, VP FlightOps writes: “If the decision was made today to add a different jet to our fleet, it would be years before..revenue service. Much of our business would have to adapt & change to accommodate something different.
@jonostrower Southwest has a set of inviolable criteria for what it wants in an airplane from Boeing and Airbus: An airplane that can do both regional and transcon flights efficiently and that need gives the airline enormous power to shape the future airplanes we fly.
@jonostrower Worth remembering, Southwest knows what it costs to fly a split fleet. While not in the same company colors, the carrier had AirTran and its 717s for a full year and gave it a first-hand look inside the economics before sending them all to Delta.
Video Picks:

Airport Maps on the Emirates App
Ethiopian Airlines Airbus A350 arrival to Toronto
Hawaiian Airlines 90th Anniversary Flight
Here’s Boeing’s new timeline for the 737 Max return to service
Uganda Airlines launches maiden direct flight to Mombasa


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