Published on December 3rd, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/12/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
To be updated
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

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Aircraft Update:

OE-IKE Airbus A319-132 c/n 4282 Carlyle Aviation Partners Ferried Castellón-Isparta Süleyman 02/12/19 ex S5-AAP.
OE-IKF Airbus A319-132 c/n 4301 Carlyle Aviation Partners Ferried Castellón-Isparta Süleyman 30/11/19 ex S5-AAR.
TC-AGS Airbus A321-231 c/n 1008 AtlasGlobal Ferried Istanbul-Montpellier 28/11/19 on return to lessor.
TC-ATE Airbus A321-211 c/n 675 AtlasGlobal Ferried Istanbul-St Anthan 29/11/19 on return to lessor.
Global Aviation News:
Aviation and tourism in the UK General Election: largely ignored
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Cathay Pacific cuts 2020 capacity plan as Hong Kong unrest continues
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Corporate South Africa Loses Faith in National Airline
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FAA assumes MAX inspections, won’t slow deliveries, agency says
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Hong Kong Airlines Given One Week to Save Its License
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Iberia to use Madrid hub as a ‘360° hub’ with Air Europa acquisition
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Norwegian Air could land slots at exclusive London Heathrow next summer
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Pilots Revving Engines Too Hard Led to IndiGo’s Airbus Woes

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Several aircraft programs beset by engine woes
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Top-20 connecting routes for Cathay Pacific; Dubai – Manila #1

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Irish Aviation News:

Aviation as a hobby: ‘I fly planes – that’s kind of cool’

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Cloudcards company signs major partnership with CAE Parc Aviation
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Councillor questions why Search & Rescue helicopters cannot transfer patients between hospitals at night in emergency situations
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Diversity can help stave off paralysis – Qantas CEO Joyce
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Dublin Airport (DUB) Summer 2020 (S20) ACL Initial Coordination Report

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Fares-war may be on horizon for Cork Airport as new Amsterdam route announced
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Shannon sees Paris and Barcelona routes in S20; Aer Lingus adds A321LRs
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SMBC Aviation Capital closes US$1 billion loan facility with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation
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Tweet Picks:

@anuragkotoky Sounds familiar? – The national carrier has been given 57 billion rand ($3.9 billion) in bailouts since 1994 and last made a profit in 2011.
@e_russell American is flying 78 extra flights in the wee hours tonight that are sure to put the “red” in red-eye.
@e_russell Norwegian Air could land slots at exclusive London Heathrow next summer.
@OfficialGMoore MASSIVE news here… Norwegian have been the major long haul European LCC in recent years, and cancelling long haul routes from CPH and ARN will be seen as a major retreat. One wonders whether this is just the first retreat, with more to come soon…
@SpaethFlies .@emirates wants more access to #Germany. Sir Tim told me Merkel had promised to grant it once new @berlinairport is open, but he had given up hope as @lufthansa resists more #UAE traffic rights. BER opening date for 2020 is announced this week, we’ll see.
Video Picks:

As airlines reduce seat sizes, FAA to determine minimum standard
FAA Vows to Scrutinize New Boeing 737 Max Planes
#QatarAirways A Safety Video Like Never Before
TSA testing advanced airport security technology
737 Max grounding is causing air travel costs to rise, aviation journalist says


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