Published on January 9th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/01/2020

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:

B-LDO Airbus A330-332(F) c/n 116 Air Hong Kong Air Test at Hong Kong 07/12/19 after transfer ex EI-HEA.
EI-DAD Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33544 Ryanair Ferried Dublin-Nazarbayev International-Shanghai 27-28/12/19 for cargo conversion for GECAS.
EI-GPN ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1300 Stobart Air Delivered Toulouse-Francazal-Dublin 02/12/19 ex G-FBXC.
PR-VDO ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1297 Voepass Linhas Aéreas Registered at Dublin 01/01/2 0 in all white colours prior delivery ex EI-FMK.
Global Aviation News:

Aegean network to expand with addition of A320neos
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How ULCCs Can Continue Growing Amid Slot-Constrained Primary Airport
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International Consolidated Airlines Stock Is Flying, But Set To Go Higher Still
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LCCs make LaGuardia a battleground in proposed Delta-WestJet JV

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Norwegian ditches Oakland for SFO, citing business flyers
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Signs of acceleration from China and Comac at the start of a new decade
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Sun Country Airlines seizes on an unexpected opportunity from Amazon
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South Pacific Airline Outlook 2020s: New long haul opportunities
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UAE Cabinet approves Air Arabia Abu Dhabi as national airline
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80% of the UK public see aviation important to the economy: NATS
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Irish Aviation News:
Cityjet-KLM JV Air Antwerp traffic figures nicely on track after 4 months of flying
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CDB Aviation Names Patrick Hannigan New CEO
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Fears for Ireland’s first charity air ambulance as appeal raises fraction of funds needed for its operation
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Mallaghan continues US expansion with multimillion-dollar Delta Air Lines contract
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Ryanair’s Polish unit to take B737 MAX 8s
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S&P Global Ratings raises daa plc’s credit rating
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The European Military Airworthiness Framework as a Defence Force Enabler and an Interface with the Irish Aviation Industry
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Tourism in Ireland worth €9.3 billion but 2019 saw first decline in tourism economy for 8 years
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TUI Nordic adds Dublin – Tenerife service from Dec 2019

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75 years since `wing wonder’ splashed down at Portmore Lough
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35,000 Americans to travel to Ireland for Navy vs Notre Dame this summer
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Tweet Picks:
@airinsight Not qualified to offer stock/financial advice. But it would seem to signal big things for @caeparcaviation.
@hharteveldt .@delta “working” to make in-flight #WiFi free “within the next couple of years.” Would be terrific to have, provided speed, reliability are good. #ces2020.
@jlkelly A new report explains how the industry can capture $40 billion in additional value—and the challenges that must be overcome.  @McKinsey @kambrmedia @kambr.
@kambrmedia .@Delta ’s Ed Bastian wraps up with a commitment to sustainability, such as eliminating single-use plastics, and recycling an amount of material equal to 7 airbus 350s, while promising to cut total fuel emissions in half .. #ces2020.
@mitsubishiairct We are thrilled to welcome the newest Mitsubishi SpaceJet M90 flight test aircraft in final type certification configuration, JA26MJ, to our fleet in Nagoya! Thank you to all who turned this significant milestone into reality. #SpaceJet #flighttest.
Video Picks:
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‘No Formal Instructions Given To Indian Airlines’ : DGCA On Indian Carriers
These Airlines Are the Safest and Most Punctual
Watch CNBC’s full interview with Delta CEO Ed Bastian


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