Published on November 19th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/11/2019

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Aircraft Update:

EI-FSE Airbus A330-243 c/n 943 I-Fly Ferried Teruel-Kazan International 18/11/19 after interim storage ex A6-EKT.
SP-RSZ Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44688 Ryanair Sun Registered 16/11/19 ex EI-FEG.
SP-RKA Boeing 737-8AS c/n 4469 Ryanair Sun Registered 15/11/19 ex EI-FEI.
SP-RKC Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44738 Ryanair Sun Registered 15/11/19 ex EI-FRD.
Global Aviation News:
Abu Dhabi’s Etihad to Get 20 Fewer Boeing 787 Dreamliners
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Airport growth ‘weakest in six years’ following spate of airline failures including Thomas Cook
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AirAsia takes a new route; to sell flight on other airlines to boost revenues
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Anti flying sentiment unlikely to take in Belgium, says Charleroi Airport CEO
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American Airlines Is Growing Its Biggest Hub Again
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Dubai: From pearling town to global aviation hub in 60 years
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Emirates Pares Back Wide-Body Airbus Order Amid Fleet Review

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Once-Mighty Gulf Airlines Turn to Budget Allies for Growth

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The Brussels Airlines & Eurowings Identity Crisis
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The Pilots of Tomaz Metello’s Boeing B767-300ER fleet can already land in Madeira
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Will operate London on wide body aircraft: IndiGo CEO Rono

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Wizz Air Holdings Plc (WZZAF) CEO József Váradi on Q2 2020 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Wizz Air Tweaks Fleet Growth Plans on A321neo Delivery Delays
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus staff demand 15pc pay boost and more holidays
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GECAS Expands SalamAir’s Fleet with Two New A321neos
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LeaseWorks Announces New Customer JSA
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Lombardy region teams up with Ryanair in promotional campaign
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce in no rush to decide ultra long-haul plans
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Ryanair opens new flight connection to Croatian airport
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Ryanair: This European Low-Cost Carrier Is More Attractive Than Ever
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Stobart Group shares fall after dividend suspended
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TrueNoord leases three Embraer E190s to Finnair

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Wizz Air Thinks It Has a Simplicity Advantage Over Ryanair
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Tweet Picks:

@AeroimagesChris @Boeing is out of space at @PORTOFMOSESLAKE and sending #737MAX’s to New Iberia (ARA) for storage.
@AeronewsGlobal On 29 November, International Day of Tolerance, @emirates  will operate a one-off flight EK2019 around the UAE with an @Airbus A380 painted in ‘Year of Tolerance’ livery: people from diverse cultures holding hands.
@AvWeekScho Joyce says Boeing’s 737 MAX and NMA (if launched) would be “a viable alternative” to A320/A321neo in competition to replace Qantas narrowbodies. This competition will start next year. Regarding MAX, Joyce believes “Boeing is a great engineering company and will fix this”.
@SeanM1997 Flybe seems to have cut 10 routes from Birmingham. There is a trend on strengthening domestic & AMS/CDG routes whilst cutting everything else that doesn’t feed MAN/LHR/SEN maybe the only 3 airports which could see growth in the coming years for Flybe (as Connect Airways suggested).
@travelweekly Airport growth ‘weakest in six years’ following spate of airline failures including Thomas Cook: Adria Airways, Aigle Azur and XL Airways France also failed in September.
Video Picks:

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Qantas to cut net emissions to zero by 2050
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