Published on November 18th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/11/2019

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Aircraft Update:
EI-DAL Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33718 Ryanair Ferried Victorville-Keflavik-Dublin 13-15/11/19 after pickle fork cracks repairs.
EI-GPJ Airbus A330-202 c/n 749 I-Fly Delivered Bordeaux-Moscow Vnukovo 15/11/19 ex EC-JQQ.
EI-IXH Airbus A321-112 c/n 940 Alitalia First Service Rome Fiumicino-Catania 15/11/19 after storage.
EI-LBS Boeing 757-2Q8 c/n 27623 Aer Lingus Last Service Shannon-New York JFK-Shannon 10-11/11/19 logo/titles removed 12/11/19.
Global Aviation News:
Boston, Newark, Toronto and Sal get more TAP flights with TAP
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Cathay Pacific adjusts fleet plan on sharp demand drop
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CFM: No Leap-1A Changes Needed to Power A321XLR
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Emirates’ Many Headwinds Test Its Big Bet on Big Jets
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Emirates’ Tim Clark slams airlines over poor use of A380
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Etihad Airways and PIA relaunch codeshare partnership
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France’s Air Caraibes to use A350-1000 to boost winter frequencies
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Gulf Well Placed for Further Hub Growth, Says Boeing
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Iberia places its bet for the US market
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Once-Mighty Gulf Airlines Turn to Budget Allies for Growth
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Shackled To The MAX Crisis, Southwest Ponders Fleet Diversification
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus S20 US service changes as of 13NOV19
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Alan Joyce teases stretching zones and exercise modifications as Qantas gears up for second of three Project Sunrise research flights
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Armenia aviation chief teases 2-3 more Ryanair routes before summer
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“It’s only later in life, you realise how impactful that is, the level of drive it gives you to succeed” Embraer CEO John Slattery  
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GOAL sells three Embraer E190-100LR aircraft to TrueNoord
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October Passenger Numbers Up 3% At Dublin Airport
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Ryanair to launch new Zadar service
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Ryanair to launch flights from Kherson to Katowice in January 2020
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Ryanair to review Belfast to Barcelona and Faro summer routes
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Shannon Airport’s pivotal role in the development of Ireland recognised at National Project Awards
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Tweet Picks:
@e_russell “The best way for us is… our pilots, our flight attendants getting out there and saying ‘Hey this is an aircraft we really want to fly on’. That I think will move a lot of people.” -American president Isom on restoring traveler trust in the #737MAX.
@Qantas A msg from the flight deck of #7879: VH-ZNJ “Longreach” has now entered history witnessing their second sunrise at 2015Z off the left wing over Indonesia.
@PwCIreland Celebrating the 50th anniversary of PMI globally, the expansion of Cork, Dublin and Shannon Airports, which served almost 36 million passengers last year between them, scooped the special Jubilee Award following a joint public and jury vote at the @Pmiirl  #ProjectAwards19.
@SeanM1997 IndiGo are looking at leasing widebodies to launch London – Mumbai/Bengaluru flights. A330 is probably the most likely.
@WandrMe .@embraer deal is more significant. A trio of E190s will head to Cairo in Q4 2020, available for wet lease or dry lease operations from CIAF Leasing. #DAS19 #AvGeek.
Video Picks:

Denver International Airport and Norwegian Air Announce new, nonstop service to Rome, Italy
Flying the Improved HondaJet Elite
Graham & Nathan Fly Planes
The World’s LONGEST Flight – QANTAS London to Sydney
Western Sydney Airport working with Qantas


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