Published on January 8th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/01/2020

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:

EC-ISN Boeing 737-86Q c/n 30291 Air Europa Position Shannon-Madrid 21/12/19 Return to service.
N835SY Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40250 Sun Country Airlines Delivered Shannon-Minneapolis–Saint Paul-Chicago Rockford 21/12/19 ex A6-FDW.
N906CL Boeing 777-31H c/n 29603 Carlyle Aviation Partners Ferried Subang Airport-Honolulu International-Fort Worth Alliance Airport 22-23/12/19 for corporate cabin configuration ex 2-RLBN.
2-ABAC Boeing 737-86J c/n 30501 ICBC Financial Leasing Ferried Jinan Yaoqiang International-Guam-Honolulu International-Mojave 18-20/12/19 ex B-5365.
Global Aviation News:

Handling passenger growth at Milan Bergamo Airport
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Kremlin Praises Pobeda While Barring New Boeing Acquisitions
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If Boeing Wants A Better Future, It Needs To Look To Its Past
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IAG aims to control 25% of air traffic between Europe and Latin America [Spanish]
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LATAM and IAG: Latin America dynamics shifting at a dizzying pace
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Long-Haul Emirates Squeezes Profits From One of Its Shortest Routes
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Ministry intends to increase share of low cost airlines in Ukraine
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Satellite Photos Of Hundreds Of Undelivered 737 MAX Aircraft Underscore How Much Work Boeing Has Ahead
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United Airlines plans more gates, new clubs at growing Denver hub
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US airlines are set for a 10th year of profits. More than 120,000 employees want a raise
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U.S. Aviation 2020: Landing On A New Set of Economic Runways
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What To Expect From British Airways In 2020
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Irish Aviation News:

ASL Airlines Boeing 757-200 EI-LBT Withdrawn from Aer Lingus Service
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Irish businesswoman Emer Gilvarry joins the board of Ireland West Airport
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Investment Grade, the Highlight of a Landmark Year for Avolon
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ITIC Year End Review 2019 & 2020 Outlook

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John Mulligan: ‘Bellew’s court victory offers timely boost to easyJet’
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Ryanair CEO says group may not get 737 MAX until October: report
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Ryanair expands Zadar service in S20
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Ryanair expected to start flying St Petersburg route
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Ryanair grows 9pc to 152.4m passengers to become Europe’s largest airline
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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Denver is on track to become United’s second busiest hub after Chicago, growth that the airline wants 24 more gates to support. #DEN.
@e_russell There is a market for airlines with lower costs to serve secondary cities that are not economically viable for legacy carriers. BUT that opportunity diminishes rapidly when we’re talking long haul (Jinan?!).
@JohnLStrickland There’s going to be a big hole in summer 2020 capacity with the lack of #737MAX capacity & add in delays for
@Airbus #a320neo delivery delays #airlines.
@QuickTake JetBlue aims to become the first carbon-neutral U.S. airline as pressure grows on the industry from climate change activists.
@WandrMe JetBlue will offset carbon emissions on all domestic flights starting in July 2020. The carrier will also begin to use sustainable fuels ex-SFO later this year. #AvGeek #PaxEx $JBLU.
Video Picks:
Boeing 787 Dreamliner | 10 years since first flight
In the Making: First #A220 to Air Canada
Tony Fernandes recalls how he handled the aftermath of Flight 8501
Tony Fernandes: We’re an Asian airline, it’ll be great to be in China
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