Published on December 9th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/12/2019

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-FBU Airbus A330-332 c/n 120 I-Fly Ferried Moscow Vnukovo-Teruel 06/12/19 ex D-AERK.
EI-GID ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1064 GECAS Ferried Sønderborg-Norwich 05/12/19 for paint ex VT-JCY.
OE-IDQ Airbus A321-211 c/n 6979 Avolon Aerospace Registered 04/12/19 at Shannon ex D-ATCE.
OE-IDR  Airbus A321-211 c/n 6639  Avolon Aerospace Registered 04/12/19 at Shannon ex D-ATCD.
OE-IDT Airbus A321-211 c/n 5872 Aircamo Aviation Ferried Istanbul-Shannon-Gander-Montréal–Trudeau 04/5-12/19 ex G-TCDC.
Global Aviation News:
airBaltic expects to be able to adapt ‘faster than others’ in the case of a downturn
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Austria-Germany market prices ‘plummeted after our market entry’ in Vienna: Laudamotion MD
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CAA imposes ‘efficiency condition’ on Heathrow Airport
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Canada’s Swoop sees potential for major fleet growth
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Emirates ready to serve up 500,000 Christmas meals
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FAA takes first steps for re-certification of the MAX
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Is This The End Of Taking Liquids And Laptops Out Of Your Bag At Airport Security?
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LATAM and IAG abandon joint venture plans
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Lufthansa Group to establish new corporate brand to replace Eurowings’ long haul network
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Opening the door for Madrid to better compete with Europe’s top hubs – Air Europa slips alongside Iberia into IAG to help deliver 360° hub vision
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Second runway of Bengaluru airport begins operations, clearance only for departures
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The surprising effects of business versus leisure travel on your health and well-being – new infographic pulls together various insights to highlight the pressures of corporate travel
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United’s Big Airbus Order Shows Boeing Really Needs To Build A Middle Market Plane
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Holdings – Overhang to dissipate

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Aer Lingus partners with PressReader
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Brilliant Travel Opening Two New Travel Agencies in Northern Ireland
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Hopes That Rail Link Between Shannon Airport And Limerick Would Boost Passenger Numbers
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How to sell to an airline — Talking travel enterprise sales at Dublin Travel Massive
Ireland West Airport and Mayo County Council win National award for commitment to Age Friendly recognition programme
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New From Jet2holidays – Fly Direct from Belfast to Corfu
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Peter Bellew has information on Ryanair that rivals ‘would kill for’, court told
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Ryanair to end Stockholm flights from EX-YU markets
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Ryanair to stop flying from Kyiv to Stockholm and Nuremberg in 2020
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Tourism Ireland launches 2020 marketing plans

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Tweet Picks:

@aneeshp Bengaluru airport second runway commissioned. @IndiGo6E  6E 466 was the first flight to take off on Friday afternoon.
@ATWOnline Canadian ultra-LCC Swoop is looking to grow its fleet to up to 50 aircraft over the next several years as the carrier seeks to add more secondary airports to its network.
@_austrian Since 2008 our passengers can compensate the CO2 emissions of their flight. To date, around 100,000 tonnes of CO2 were offset. Compensation can’t prevent emissions, but it’s important for more sustainable flying until alternative fuels can be used on a large scale. #mindfultravel.
@DavidLearmount #737MAX return to service has to be decided by the world, not by America, Boeing or the FAA, says Boeing CEO Muilenberg.
@icao “If we are to remain an ultra-safe industry, #fatigue-related risks have to be managed.” – Dr Michelle Millar, ICAO Technical Officer (Human Factors).
Video Picks:

A day in the life of the Qantas Group
Bumping is Back: More Passengers Booted from Flights
China’s 5th C919 jet set for further test flights in E China
Delta CEO Says ‘We’ve Really Fixed the Business’
Indian Navy’s First Woman Pilot, Sub Lt Shivangi, Joins Operations


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