Published on December 23rd, 2019 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/12/2019

Wishing you a Happy Christmas and the best for 2020. The DAB will resume on Monday 6th January 2020.
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:

9H-QAO Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44691 Malta Air Registered 11/12/19 at Naples in Ryanair colours ex EI-FIA.
9H-QBN Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44710 Malta Air Registered 13/12/19 at London Stansted in Ryanair colours ex EI-FOB.
9H-QBY Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44720 Malta Air Registered 15/12/19 at Edinburgh in Ryanair colours ex EI-FOM.
9H-QBX Boeing 737-8AS c/n 65180 Malta Air Registered 15/12/19 at London Stansted in Ryanair colours ex EI-FOL.
Global Aviation News:

Airbus A350 Quietly Rings Up Sales, Distance Records
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Air Caraibes takes delivery of first Airbus A350-1000

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Business air fares forecast to remain stable in 2020
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Emirates Cancels Boeing 777X Orders
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SBI-led consortium to invite interested parties for Jet Airways
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The importance of the Dubai-Riyadh route to Emirates
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Travelport Unveils the Trends that will Shape Travel Experiences in 2020
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United’s New Plane Order May Kill NMA And Push Boeing, Airbus Toward Environmental Sustainability
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Why European soccer is good for airlines
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus D-AVZP (EI-LRD) Airbus A321LR River side store Hamburg XFW
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Aer Lingus EI-EIM Airbus A330-302 Delivered Toulouse-Brussels 29 November
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Aer Lingus carries a record 2.5 million transatlantic passengers
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Airport man, Flan fondly remembered
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Airports to pay travel safety watchdog extra €2m
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Avolon Delivers One Airbus A330neo to Citilink
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Avolon Delivers One Boeing B787-9 to Ethiopian Airlines
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Belfast City Airport Looks Toward 2020
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Dublin Airport owner DAA challenges ruling to cut passenger charges
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Ryanair launches flights from Lviv to Poznan
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Ryanair to Launch New Corfu – Prague Route for Summer 2020
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Travel Tech White Paper: ‘Ireland enables the era of complete retailing’
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Tweet Picks:

@a380fanclub A @Qantas  pilot confirms to us A380 OQH did some additional crew fatigue testing for Project Sunrise on the ferry flight from  @dresden_airport  to @SydneyAirport  on Wednesday/Thursday. At 18h27min, it’s been the longest A380-flight.
@Jamie_Freed Philippines’ Cebu Air orders 15 A320neo jets, pushing Airbus toward year end sales milestone.
@Jamie_Freed United cancels 737 MAX flights into June as Spirit AeroSystems to freeze parts production.
@MaxK_J Good to see Cathay thinks it has a firm 2021 sked for its 777-9s.
@WandrMe For those interested in the saga between Turkish Airlines and the Nigerian government, it appears that some 737s are back on the Abuja route, still mixed in with the occasional A330 swap. I’m guessing based on loads TK is making sure bags aren’t left behind. #AvGeek.
Video Picks:
AirAsia Boss Tony Fernandes on Passenger Experience, Social e-Commerce & Digital Dreams
American Airlines leads pilot hiring surge as US airlines set traffic records
Boeing halts 737 Max production, suppliers and airlines suffer
U.S. travel industry calls on Congress to pass USMCA


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