Published on November 21st, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/11/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

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China Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 November
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 November
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 November
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18 November
North America Newsletter 18 November
Aircraft Update:

ES-ATI ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1715  Nordica Regional  Position Tallinn-Copenhagen 19/11/19 ex EI-GIX.
OE-ILC Boeing 747-409F(SCD) c/n 30762 ASL Airlines Belgium Delivered Taipei-Liege 12/11/19 ex B-18705.
OE-LOX Airbus A320-214 c/n 3272 Laudamotion Registered 18/11/19 prior delivery ex Jakarta ex RP-C3244.
9H-QBO Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44714 Malta Air Registered 19/11/19 at Naples ex EI-FOC.
Global Aviation News:
After Building Dallas, American Airlines Bets On Charlotte As It Moves Past Its Summer From Hell
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Air Arabia Abu Dhabi to launch first flights by Q2 2020
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Flying Start: Crowdfunding For New Swiss Airline FlyBair Set To Raise $1 Million
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Oman’s Salam Air says to widen horizons after plane leasing deal
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Qantas challenges Airbus, Boeing to offer better deal on ultra-long haul jets
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Qantas Could Order 12 ‘Project Sunrise’ A350 Or 777Xs As Ultra-Long-Haul Enlarges But Remains A Niche
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Thai challenges Gulf airlines on idea that Middle East hubs are better
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UAE’s Strata is capable of building a full aircraft, says CEO
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Waiting times fall by 15% at Dubai Int’l as passenger numbers hit 64.5m
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Winter Relief for Europe’s Airlines Raises Too Many Hopes
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus expands Miami service in S20
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Amedeo Air Four Plus Limited: Modification Of Two A380s Operated By Emirates
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ASL Airlines Europe CEO joins Cargo Facts EMEA 2020 speaker faculty
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Flybe launches 2020 Summer Schedule with brand new route to London Southend and over 680,000 seats on sale from George Best Belfast City Airport
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GECAS Places Orders for 32 Airbus Aircraft
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GECAS: STARR 2019-2 (STARR III) is offered as a $446.3 million
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Milestone Expands Falcon Aviation Relationship with Lease of One AW189
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Ryanair selects Vodafone for €40m digital infrastructure deal
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Tweet Picks:
@AirlineFlyer .@British_Airways will take delivery of its first @BoeingAirplanes  787-10 in January, and its first route will be @ATLairport in February. It’ll be a four-class aircraft, with the same F seat at the 787-9 and the new Club Suite in J. It’ll take 12 total, six in 2020. #PaxEx.
@e_russell American’s 2020 growth in Charlotte will focus more on upgauging than simply adding more flights as it did at DFW, via @tedreednc.
@e_russell MWAA continues to lower costs at Dulles – updated projection for 2019 is $14.93 per enplaned (boarded) pax.  2020 forecast is $14.90 per enplaned pax. #IAD.
@R_Wall The FAA chief told @_benkatz of WSJ that regulators are considering ways to alter fundamentally how they certify aircraft after two Boeing 737 MAX planes crashed.
@winglets747 Etihad cancels 42 A350s in February, Emirates same week makes deal for 30 A350s (and 40 A330neos). Etihad discloses 20 787 cancellations on Monday, today there are reports that Emirates will order 30 787s.
Video Picks:

Airline Industry Issues Are Opportunities for SpiceJet, Says Chairman
Meet the Training Aircraft | Emirates Flight Training Academy
Qantas smashes record for longest flight in the world
The Best and Worst U.S. Airports | WSJ
737 Max’s Return to Service Rests on Regulators, Says IATA CEO


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