Published on December 16th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/12/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
Acumen Webinar on Fleet Data Integration:
Acumen Aviation travels to Jaipur for offsite 2019:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 December:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 December:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 9 December:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 9 December:
North America Newsletter 9 December:
Aircraft Update:
G-DRTP Boeing 737-8AL c/n 39067 Jet2 Registered at Shannon 10/12/19 prior delivery ex 2-TJFM
TC-IZG Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33605 Pegasus Airlines Ferried Naples-Bacău 11/12/19 ex EI-DPE.
9H-QCX Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44740 Malta Air Registered 09/12/19 at Naples in Ryanair colours ex EI-FRT.
9H-QDC Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44752 Malta Air Registered 09/12/19 at Naples in Ryanair colours ex EI-FTB.
Global Aviation News:

Allegiant Air doubled in size in six years; 476 routes now served
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Argentina turmoil: Norwegian cedes LCC operations to JetSMART
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Embraer E175-E2 Begins Flight-test Campaign
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FlyArystan revolutionising Kazakhstan as Moscow begins
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Hong Kong traffic decline hurts airlines and airport
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Major US airlines are playing the long game with their Asia strategies
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Norwegian’s attempt to survive
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Wizz Air Abu Dhabi launching 2020; 80% world population within 6 hours
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737 Max Certification Process Will Run into 2020
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Irish Aviation News:

Bombardier says expansion of wing programme will sustain 1,000 jobs in Belfast
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Dublin Airport Sees Passenger Numbers Decline By 1% In November
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Hong Kong Airlines sued by Irish aircraft leasing company over outstanding dues of over HK$269.5m
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Ireland is EU’s largest importer of aircraft
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Minister with Responsibility for Defence Mr Paul Kehoe T.D. Awards Contract for two New Maritime Patrol Aircraft for the Air Corps
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce selects Airbus over Boeing for world’s longest flights
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Red C retains DAA in latest pitch
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Report urges Dublin Airport to widen fit-out bid process
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Tweet Picks:

@McWhirterAlex No surprise to learn that Australia is, for UK travellers, such an important destination.  @PierreAGERON.
@tim_cook @SingaporeAir  has transformed the cockpit with iPad! Thanks to CEO Goh Choon Phong and Captain Raj for showing me how iPadOS helps pilots focus on what matters — safety.
@WandrMe The assets of Thomas Cook Scandinavia transferred to a new investor group and the airline received a new AOC as Sunclass Airlines. Now that group is asking the US DoT to transfer the legacy Foreign Air Carrier Permit over as well. #AvGeek.
@winglets747 A fleet of 12 “Project Sunrise” aircraft would be less niche and more mainstream for Qantas, which plans a fleet of 14 787s and already has 12 A380s.
@winglets747 ANA still plans to order the 737 MAX (20 confirmed and 10 options). Contract was to be signed in the spring but postponed due to the second MAX crash (Ethiopian).
Video Picks:
FAA Administrator: Boeing 737 Max recertification will extend into 2020
Hearing on Boeing 737 MAX Safety • House Transportation and Infrastructure
Ryanair Gives Back This Christmas
Travel sites hit by change in Google’s search algorithm, which favours its own travel products
20% believe Boeing 737 Max is safe to fly, Bank of America survey says


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