Published on January 13th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/01/2020

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:

Laudamotion to operate Zadar-Dublin weekly for Ryanair Summer 2020:
Malta Air to operate Cologne to Ireland West Airport Knock service in Summer 2020:
Malta Air to operate new Laudamotion Shannon Vienna route:
Private Sky adds EI-ITN Bombardier Global 6000 Visits Dublin:
Ryanair connects Dublin to Brindisi and Lamezia:
Aircraft Update:

EI-FVG Airbus A319-111 c/n 1362 Ernst Airways Ferried Verona-Shannon 10/01/20 on return to lessor.
I-PDVX Sukhoi RRJ95B c/n 95120 Superjet International Ferried Venice-Belgrade 23/12/19 ex EI-FWG.
M-ABMM Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 27985 Altavair AirFinance Ferried Jakarta-Guam-Honolulu-Mojave 28-29/12/19 ex PK-CLS.
9H-QBI Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44705 Malta Air Registered at London Stansted 20/01/20 on transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FIV.
Global Aviation News:

Air Hong Kong transfers first A330F to own AOC
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Air Lease chief Plueger praises ‘order-book model’
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American hub, discounter growth push Philadelphia airport toward record year
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British Airways A319 spoiler strayed after maintenance lapse
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Despite Global Uncertainty, Delta And United Vie For Air Travel Leadership
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Emirates taps data, biometrics in designing the future of travel
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Icelandair and JetBlue extend and strengthen cooperation
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In Conversation: Hong Kong problems with Jamie Freed
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Is Boston Logan International the next Transatlantic frontier?
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Norwegian To Start Charging For Cabin Baggage On Lowest Priced Tickets

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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon Announces Pricing of US$1.75 Billion Senior Unsecured Notes Offering
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Delay in publication of R116 crash report
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Dundalk doctor reveals plans to reopen Dromiskin airfield

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Dublin Airport chooses Siemens to modernise baggage screening
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Dublin Airport unveils digital shopping wall at boarding gate
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Fly Leasing to Report Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2019 Financial Results on February 27, 2020
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Ryanair shares soar as it ups full year profit guidance

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State paid €2.75 million for Connemara airport that had been originally valued at €600k
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Willie Walsh In Quotes: Retiring IAG Boss About Boeing’s 737 MAX, Gulf Airlines, Brexit, Global Alliances And T-Shirts
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Willie Walsh”s retirement as boss of IAG ”won”t change Aer Lingus plans”
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Tweet Picks:

@Airbus In 2019, #Airbus delivered 863 commercial aircraft: 17th yearly production increase in a row. 2019 orders: 768 net (1,131 gross) across all market segments, bringing Airbus’ overall historical cumulative net orders over 20,000. Year-end backlog was 7,482.
@AusBT Qantas says its will continue running its Perth-London (Boeing 787) flights alongside non-stop Project Sunrise (Airbus A350) flights to London.
@aviator_aero Sweden has decided to temporarily suspend the traffic permit for Iran Air following the uncertainty with the UIA B737-800 crash in Tehran.
@e_russell American hub, discounter growth push Philadelphia airport toward record year. @PHLAirport.
@jonsindreu Since electric and hybrid planes won’t work at scale for decades, the aviation industry’s journey toward a greener future will need to be powered by sustainable fuels. But those with the most promise today might not be good long-term bets.
Video Picks:
A Greener Vacation? The Biggest Travel Trends of 2020
AirAsia A321neo: Homecoming (Behind The Scenes)
Airbus to increase A320 production in Alabama
Boeing could raise its debt to $30B: Analyst
Transatlantic Airbus A220-300 Delivery


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