Published on December 19th, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/12/2019

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
Acumen Webinar on Fleet Data Integration:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 December:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 December:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 16 December:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16 December:
North America Newsletter 16 December:
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Brussels Airlines returns to Dublin for weekly Swiss Geneva service:
Aircraft Update:
EI-LBS Boeing 757-2Q8 c/n 27623 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Shannon-Bangor-Goodyear 18-19/12/19 for cargo conversion.
N819CA Airbus A330-243 c/n 1016 Air Lease Corporation Registered 16/12/19 at Rick Husband Amarillo International ex OE-IEJ.
PK-GLA Airbus A320-232 c/n 1635 AerCap Ferried Jakarta-Sentani International-Marshall Islands International-Honolulu-Goodyear 12-15/12/19 ex HA-LPB.
2-ABAC Boeing 737-86J c/n 30501 ICBC Finanical Leasing Ferried Jinan-Guam International 18/12/19 ex B-5365.
2-AVLC Boeing 737-86N(F) c/n 34258 Avolon Aerospace For Delivery 18/12/19 for ASL Airlines ex B-5176.
9H-QCN Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44833 Malta Air Position Naples-Rome Ciampino 18/12/19 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-GJO.
Global Aviation News:

Air France-KLM firms up order for 60 Airbus A220s
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Delta Air: trans Pacific transformation nearly complete
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European airline groups: Lufthansa hints at holding company structure
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Infrastructure needed as slots continue to perform balancing act

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Leadership Changes At Various Group Airlines Are A Sign Of Positive Change To Come For Lufthansa
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US-China aviation market: open skies remain overcast
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Viewpoint: European jet supply to tighten
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Why an ECJ airport charges judgement could be a game-changer
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Irish Aviation News:

Drone delivery company Manna raises $3m in seed round
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Dublin Airport Welcomes United Airlines’ New Year Round Dublin San Francisco Service
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Eirtech Secures Redelivery Contract with SAS Scandinavian Airlines
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Eversheds Sutherland appoints aviation expert Aaron McGarry as consultant
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Lufthansa Technik planning a new operation in Celbridge
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Ryanair Launches New London Southend Route To Girona
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Tourism chiefs fear effects of ‘flight shaming’ on Ireland

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United to Connect Two Global Tech Centers with Direct Flights Between San Francisco and Dublin
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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho Qantas says it prefers A350-1000 for Project Sunrise, with potential order for up to 12 aircraft. Final decision for
go/no go on Sunrise delayed until March. The -1000s would have extra fuel tank and “slight increase” to MTOW.
@e_russell Last year, Norwegian told me that moving a flight to #SFO from Oakland meant “better yields, better cargo opportunities and widen our presence in search engines.” A year of service likely confirmed these facts, driving the consolidation.
@krisvancleave .@SouthwestAir announces it has removed the 737 Max from its flight schedule until at least April 13th, 2020.  Decision came hours after @Boeing  announced it would temporarily halt production of the aircraft.  Southwest is the world’s largest 737 operator.
@LeehamNews David Neeleman comes home. Breeze Aviation picked Salt Lake City as HQ for next “Moxy” Airlines. Neeleman got his start in airlines at Morris Air, in SLC.
@rweiss5 Travel giant TUI AG said it has racked up $325 million in expenses from the grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max and could take a further hit if the jet stays idle next summer.
Video Picks:
Boeing 737 Max production suspension was ‘inevitable’: Analyst
Cessna 182 Winter evening, Overhead join and landing
Feel the warmth of the festive season Emirates Christmas
Southwest Airlines reaches deal with Boeing over 737 Max, plans to share $125M with employees
Watch CNBC’s full interview with FAA Administrator Steve Dickson


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