Published on November 26th, 2019 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 26/11/2019
Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 November: http://bit.ly/2OHGl7w
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 November: http://bit.ly/2OirQYD
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 25 November: http://bit.ly/33h7dAn
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25 November: http://bit.ly/34lzszb
North America Newsletter 25 November: http://bit.ly/35zagp7
SP-RKD Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44736 Ryanair Sun Registered 22/11/19 at Naples after transfer ex EI-FRH.
SP-RKE Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44736 Ryanair Sun Registered 22/11/19 at London Stansted after transfer ex EI-FRM.
SP-RKG Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44826 Ryanair Sun Registered 22/11/19 at Naples after transfer ex EI-GJI.
9H-QEB Boeing 737-800 c/n 44808 Malta Air Registered at Naples 18/11/19 after transfer ex EI-GDO in Ryanair colours.
9H-QEH Boeing 737-800 c/n 44823 Malta Air Registered at Naples 22/11/19 after transfer ex EI-GJE in Ryanair colours.
9H-QEI Boeing 737-800 c/n 44808 Malta Air Registered at Naples 22/11/19 after transfer ex EI-GJF in Ryanair colours.
Global Aviation News:
Air Antwerp Finds its Niche with Corporate Flyers
Copa Airlines moves to a single fleet type to meet cost targets
Gatwick Airport trials boarding by seat number to reduce queues
Korea-Japan aviation market: national disputes dent demand
Lufthansa Boss Laments Low Pax Interest in Offsetting Carbon Footprint
New Midfield Terminal “redefining travel and reinforcing Abu Dhabi’s position as a global hub”
No issue of overcapacity in low-cost market
Virgin Atlantic’s India Expansion
Irish Aviation News:
Air fares could rise 30% due to EU tax increases – Colm McCarthy
CTA approves Aer Lingus wet lease of ASL Airlines Ireland aircraft, flight crew
BDO’s strong role in the aircraft leasing business
SMBC says it will take time for 737 Max to return to service
The sky’s the limit – what next for aviation finance? – KPMG
TripAdmit wants to save tourists from queuing for hours for experiences
@crankyflier Normally reading something like this would make you worry for an airline’s future. But this is @Alitalia , and we all know better. Love you, Alitalia. Never change. , Cranky.
@e_russell EasyJet is going green with plans to operate net-zero carbon flights across its network, via @Em_McNutt.
@e_russell “If there’s demand, they will find a new home for it. If there isn’t, the 747 will quietly disappear.”
@winglets747 Did anyone buy one of the Emirates 787-10 models made prematurely? My future Museum of Irreverent Aviation Artefacts will have a section for aircraft models that never became reality – alternatively described, “Failed Sales Pitches”.
@winglets747 Classic Sir Tim. While some in aviation don’t know what to say about contentious Greta, he quickly thanks her and then sets out to catalogue some of the industry’s problems, which require others – quiet or slow moving – to solve.
Design Hero – Travel Massive Dublin – event sponsored by DEEM
EireComposites Aerospace Manufacturing
Qantas smashes record for longest flight in the world
Tan Sri Tony Fernandes @ OnOn App Launching
The Next Generation VTOL UAV