Published on November 22nd, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/11/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Launches its New Website:
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:

OE-IDP Airbus A321-211 c/n 6376 Avolon Aerospace Registered at Shannon 20/11/19 ex G-TCDP.
OE-LOX Airbus A320-214 c/n 3272 Laudamotion Delivered Jakarta-Dubai World Center-Vienna 19-20/11/19 ex RP-C3244.
9H-QBO Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44714 Malta Air Registered at Naples 19/11/19 in Ryanair colours ex EI-FOC.
9H-QEH Boeing 737-800 c/n 44823 Malta Air Registered at Naples 19/11/19 in Ryanair colours ex EI-GJE.
Global Aviation News:
Boeing 737 MAX Resurrection
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Chinese airlines turn to Asia as long-haul losses pile up
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De Havilland Wins Biggest `Prop’ Sales Since Bombardier Exit
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EasyJet to Become First Airline to Offset All Carbon Emissions
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Emirates airline eyes expanded network with Boeing, Airbus deals
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Emirates airline named the UAE’s most trusted brand
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Emirates Trims Boeing Order Plan as It Curbs Global Ambition
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Gulf Air and SpiceJet Sign MoU to Explore Greater Cooperation
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Lufthansa Prioritizes Commercial Partnership with Alitalia over Shareholding
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Norwegian founder hints at alliance agreements
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UK-China airlines: Virgin Atlantic to join AF-KLM/China Eastern JV
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What Dubai deals say about the Airbus-Boeing duopoly
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Irish Aviation News:
AerCap’s chief executive cashes in $4.8m of shares Hasan Mutlu Country Manager Ireland Turkish Airlines Interview

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DCU students awarded €5,000 scholarships by aviation body
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First significant order for A220 since Spirit Aero deal to buy Bombardier’s Belfast operation
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F-WWCR (EI-EIM) Airbus A330 Aer Lingus First Flight 
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GATS will revolutionize how aircraft assets are traded and financed -A&L Goodbody
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Hogan Lovells advises Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA on its JV with CCBLI
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Loganair pulls its Derry to Manchester route after less than six months
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Major 737 MAX customer SMBC says it will take time to return plane to service
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Ryanair to launch two new Podgorica routes
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Tweet Picks:

@airastana The Air Astana group has signed letters of intent to purchase 30 Boeing 737 MAX airliners as the base fleet of the low-cost airline FlyArystan.
@Dean_Journalist .@FlyLoganair is to suspend flights from @CoDerryAirport to Manchester in the new year. With the exception of Easter, the service will stop from Jan – May 21st. It has apologised to passengers & said they will be offered a refund or alternative flights. #Derry  @JP_Biz.
@Jamie_Freed Asian airlines slash flights to Hong Kong as unrest escalates.
@LeoVaradkar This is good news for Shannon Airport and for jobs and tourism in the Mid-West. Means SNN will be connected to a major European hub, CDG. Currently only has LHR: Aer Lingus to launch flights from Shannon to Paris and Barcelona.
@LuxuryTravelled EasyJet deferring 12 aircraft from delivery date of 2021, converting options for 12 in 2024 and concentrating on 320neo arrivals over 321’s where ‘certainty of delivery is greater’…
Video Picks:

Boeing ecoDemonstrator Program
EasyJet CEO: We’re Offsetting All Carbon Emission From Today
Hawaiian Airlines Launches Design Collaboration with Kealopiko
Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, GCEO, Ethiopian Airlines Fortune Global Forum
United Airlines debuts new aircraft with few seats, more room at St. Louis Airport


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