Published on December 5th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/12/2019

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:

EI-LBR Boeing 757-2Q8 c/n 28167 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Shannon-Bangor-Goodyear 30-11/01-12/12/19 in basic Aer Lingus colours for cargo conversion.
OE-IGR Airbus A330-202 c/n 749 Celestial Aviation Registered 02/12/19 at Teruel ex EC-JQQ.
OY-TCI Airbus A321-211 c/n 6468 Sunclass Airlines Delivered Toulouse-Francazal-Copenhagen 29/11/19 ex EI-GRC.
2-ATRF ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1251 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Mönchengladbach-Saarbrücken 29/11/19 ex B-22821.
Global Aviation News:
AirBaltic Confident In Its Business amid A220 Fleet Growth
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Aircraft Finance Germany eyes cargo conversions
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Avianca: airline’s rebuilding will take time to bear fruit
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Boeing boosts 767 production rate to 3 units per month
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Boeing’s Tinseth Sees ‘Orderly’ Return of Max
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Bombardier gets lease to build flagship jetliner at Pearson airport
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European express traffic growth will accelerate, Cargo Facts Consulting finds
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FAA To Take Full Control of Max Airworthiness Certification

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Going South: Norwegian’s flight plans
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Norwegian sells Argentinian unit to JetSmart
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Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Holdings N.V. Announces Secondary Share Offering and Share Repurchase
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Aer Lingus schedules seasonal Italy routes in S20

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Avolon Delivers One Airbus A320neo to Jazeera Airways

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Avolon Delivers One Airbus A320neo to SAS
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Avolon Delivers One Boeing B787-9 to Ethiopian Airlines
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Bamboo to enter widebody club with GECAS 787-9s
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CTA approves Aer Lingus wet lease of ASL Airlines Ireland aircraft, flight crew

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INTERVIEW: SMBC Aviation Capital chief executive Peter Barrett
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Ireland ‘to remain easily accessible’ after Brexit
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Ryanair Slows S.2020 Growth Due To Boeing Max Delays
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Tweet Picks:
@DestinationCAN Indian travellers are most likely to visit Canada in May-June, which is unique compared to other markets. There is an opportunity to fulfil a demand gap for travel in March-April, as current demand outpaces actual arrivals during that period.
@e_russell Edmonton gets first Frankfurt nonstop in a decade thanks to Condor. @FlyEIA.
@e_russell As part of the A321XLR deal, United has deferred its first A350s to 2027. That means the A350s will now arrive more than a decade later than originally planned in 2009.
@e_russell “The order for the A321XLR does not mean we’ve shut the door on ordering the NMA in the future.” Boeing’s proposed NMA, if launched, could still replace 767s at United, even with XLR order.
@SeanM1997 Ryanair are to suspend its Belfast International – Alicante route from 27 March 2020.
Video Picks:

AirBaltic looks to become all-Airbus A220 operator
Anton Grove from IATA shares his views on changes in air travel
Boeing’s making a big push to get the 737 Max recertified in December
Boeing’s 737 Max won’t be re-certified for at least three months: Aviation expert
Delta CEO would consider flying the revamped Boeing 737 Max


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