Published on December 4th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/12/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 December:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 December:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 3 December:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 3 December:
North America Newsletter 3 December:
Aircraft Update:

EC-NGL Airbus A319-112 c/n 2789 Volotea Registered 26/11/19 ex EI-EZC.
EI-EIM Airbus A330-302 c/n 1930 Aer Lingus Delivered Toulouse-Brussles 29/11/19 ex F-WWCR.
EI-GPJ Airbus A330-343 c/n 965 I-Fly Delivered Bordeaux-Moscow Vnukovo 29/11/19 ex F-OONE.
TC-AGL Airbus A330-203 c/n 700 AtlasGlobal Ferried Istanbul-Shannon 30/11/19 on return to lessor.
Global Aviation News:

AirAsia enters restaurant business, hopes to become lifestyle brand

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British Airways doubles down on premium-heavy trend
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Delta Cut Its Only Flight To Malaga – What That Means
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Flights between Japanese cities and Shanghai to increase ahead of Tokyo Olympics
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Sheremetyevo Details Formula for Success as the Largest Hub for Europe-China Passenger Traffic
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Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Holdings N.V. Announces Pricing of Secondary Share Offering
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‘Burn your trophies’ – IAA Director Jim Gavin reveals some of the secrets to Dublin’s success two days before stepping down
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CDB Aviation Delivers First of Three A330 Aircraft to New Customer Onur Air
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How Aer Lingus Worked With Regulators To Cut Emissions

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SMBC Aviation Capital places six A321neo aircraft with Scoot
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Tweet Picks:
@ATWOnline Virgin Atlantic chairman Richard Branson has scrapped plans to sell 31% of the airline to Air France-KLM as originally agreed as part of the transatlantic joint venture among the two companies and Delta Air Lines.
@ethanklapper For all the focus on the uniqueness of the CRJ-550, this is what that is really about. Scope and the ability to add more 175s while shrinking the CRJ-700 fleet.
@rutherdan “Overture would be louder than the aircraft offering about 80% of the flights servicing Dulles.” The average departing commercial flight from Dulles in 2018 had about 160 seats, compared to  @boomaero planned 55. So even louder on a per passenger basis.
@tonyfernandes Today @AirAsia sets to become a lifestyle brand. A way of life.  Food. Flights ,finance , lifestyle platform , mobile phone , health , music and movies.  #airasianewwayoflife and fully inclusive.
@winglets747 “We did not have Lufthansa privatised in Germany to have it nationalised in Qatar,” a Lufthansa spokesman said.
Video Picks:

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How Emirates airline set record for most number of nationalities on one flight
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Modi Considers Easing Foreign Control Rule to Aid Air India Sale
Why this airlines analyst says Boeing’s 737 Max delay isn’t the worst for investors


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