Published on January 7th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/01/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
Acumen Webinar on Fleet Data Integration:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 January:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 January:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 6 January:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 6 January:
North America Newsletter 6 January:
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Brussels Airlines returns to Dublin for weekly Swiss Geneva service:
Buzz to operate four Polish routes to Dublin for Summer 2020:
Elite Events launches Private Flyer Dublin at Weston Airport:
Laudamotion increases Dublin to Vienna frequency to 11 Weekly for Summer 2020:

Aircraft Update:

F-WTBH Airbus A321-211 c/n 7003 Sky High V Co Ferried MST-Kaunas 23/12/19 after paint into VietJet colours ex G-TCDM.
F-WTBV ATR42-300 c/n 291 Elix Aviation Capital Ferried LFBF-Toulouse-MGL 23/12/19 ex SK-NIK.
LY-SPC Airbus A320-231 c/n 415 GetJet Airlines Ferried Kaunas-Kemble 22/12/19 for part-out & scrap 22/12/19 ex EI-ETM.
XY-ALK Airbus A319-115 c/n 5193 Myanmar Airways International  Delivered Goodyear-Bangor-Dublin-Dubai World Center-RGN 23-26/12/19 ex N641AC.
2-SEPB DHC8-402 c/n 4175 Nordic Aviation Capital Air Test at BZG 30/12/19 ex ZS-YBZ.
Global Aviation News:

Alliances and acquisitions: a changing world order
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American Airlines seen unlikely to meet ‘aggressive’ 2020 guidance
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Anisec Luftfahrt GmbH is now Level Europe GmbH [German]
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AZAL to open its sky to all airlines
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Battle of low-cost airlinesNiki’s bankruptcy kicked off high-altitude flight at Vienna Airport [Geman]
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Emirates ‘positive’ on 2020 outlook after year of ‘recalibration’, departing president says
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Emirates president Sir Tim Clark to step down in June 2020

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Ernest Airlines ordered to halt operations
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European Low-Costers Will Start Flying to St. Petersburg in 2020, Ministry Says
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European carriers get Russia access from EX-YU countries 
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Flughafen Zurich returns as preferred bidder for new Delhi airport

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Slovenia to subsidise flights to Lufthansa hubs
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Lufthansa’s second approach at low-cost, long-haul will have new brand
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The depths of the 737 MAX crisis wears on Southwest Airlines
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus reveals Ireland’s top 5 US travel destinations in 2019
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Aer Rianta International reports fall in profits
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Aircraft Leasing – Updating forecasts; sector well-placed into 2020 – Davy Research
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Airborne handed $31.5m lift from Interglobe
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Almost €690,000 sanctioned for Donegal Airport
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CityJet and Air Nostrum prepare for merger takeoff

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Dublin Airport’s €1.3bn plans to face new scrutiny
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Immigrant airport checks revised over destruction of fake papers
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InflightFlix to Promote Ireland on 6,300 Airplanes
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Ireland West Airport staff raise €41,000 for three Irish charities in 2019
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O’Leary sees long-haul low-cost as a sure loss-maker
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Ross hasn’t met potential operators of new terminal
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Ryanair continues Armenian Expansion
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Tweet Picks:

@AndrewTangel The FAA is considering requiring extra flight simulator training before pilots can start flying Boeing’s 737 MAX again.
@LeehamNews as if @Boeing didn’t have enough headaches: “European Union regulators investigating the $4.2bn tie-up have asked for more than 1.5m pages of information and data on over 20 years of sales campaigns, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.”
@Satcom_Guru Letter from a prior boss Anthony (Tony) Martin Boeing Senior Manager -Retired his opinion of the leadership change and the obvious candidate to bring  @BoeingAirplanes  back with grace, competence, and confidence…Alan Mulally.
@Skiathian Ryanair – Flying from Vienna to Skiathos, twice weekly from 2nd May to 30th September 2020.
@SimonCalder Qatar Airways just burnt (I calculate) over 1,000 tons of fuel flying seven planes empty between the western US and Doha, and back.
Video Picks:
Air India’s privatisation will be done as quickly as possible: Civil Aviation Minister
Embraer 50-year timeline
Martina Coogan, United Airlines – TTR Travel Industry Road Show 2019
US airline industry stronger when Boeing’s 737 Max recertified: Expert
Want An Indian Entity To Acquire Air India: Civil Aviation Minister


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