Published on January 21st, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/01/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:
Acumen Aviation and Blueberry Aviation Announce Co-Operation Agreement:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 January:
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 January:
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 January:
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 13 January:
North America Newsletter 13 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 EI-ITN Bombardier Global 6000 Visits Dublin:
Ryanair connects Dublin to Brindisi and Lamezia:
Aircraft Update:
OE-IEV Airbus A320-232 c/n 4493 WTCT Registered 16/01/20 parked at Amman ex EI-LIN.
OE-IKF Airbus A319-132 c/n 4301 Carlyle Aviation Partners Ferried Isparta-Toulouse-Francazal 17/01/20 for paint prior delivery ex S5-AAR.
PH-TFF Boeing 737-86N c/n 35220 TUI Airlines Netherlands  Ferried Amsterdam-Woensdrecht 17/01/20 prior return to lessor ex EI-EPO.
SE-RPH Boeing 737-8JP c/n 42079 Norwegian Air Sweden First Service 18/01/20 after transfer ex EI-FJT.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus Offers Airlines Way to Guard Against Fare Declines
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Aviation sustainability: US ageing fleets under the spotlight
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Boeing Gets a Tough Message From a Big Buyer: Rename the 737 Max
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Canadian airlines feel the pressure of flight-shaming and the ‘Greta effect’
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India’s Air Passenger Growth Falls To Lowest In Six Years During Festival Quarter
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Interjet: tough challenges linger but airline paints a positive view
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Jeju Air-Eastar Jet deal would advance Korean LCC consolidation
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JetBlue Takes the Lead in Raising Bag-Check Fees Again
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Synergy Group: The South American Investor Eyeing Jet Airways
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Arann Islands taxi service sold to Aer Nasc for an undisclosed sum
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Aer Lingus owner and Ryanair hit back at UK Government over Flybe rescue
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CDB Aviation Reports Another Year of Strong Activity and Growth, Executing Transactions for 89 Aircraft
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‘Navigating Through Turbulence’ – Avolon Publishes 2020 Outlook Paper
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Nordic Aviation Capital delivered one new ATR 42-600, MSN 1411, to Silver Airways on lease
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Ireland’s Favourite Airline for 2020: ‘You are treated like a human’ – Winner: Aer Lingus
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Ryanair Calls On Chancellor Sajid Javid To Extend Flybe APD ‘Holiday’ To All UK Airline Competitors
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Zephyrus Aviation Capital Closes $350M Warehouse Finance Facility to Top Off a Year of Growth and Expansion
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Tweet Picks:

@cruisingheights India’s domestic air passenger traffic grew 3.74% in 2019 against 18.60% growth in the previous year
@DGCAIndia – Indian airlines carried a record 144 million passengers during 2019.
@LuxuryTravelled Is Heathrow to Dusseldorf the sort of connection of a ‘regional’ carrier? #FlyBe.
@McWhirterAlex China Southern to operate its A380 into LHR for the first time.
@SimonCalder South African Airways has the potential to be a superb carrier to match Ethiopian Airlines. Should be competing ferociously with BA and Virgin on UK-SA. But appears unable to change. History suggests “shrinking to success” won’t be a great strategy, either.
@WandrMe Jet Airways collapsed, Indigo faced A320neo engine issues and international flights were affected by repeated closure of Pakistani air space. Yet India still managed to grow its aviation sector in 2019. #AvGeek.
Video Picks:
Boeing’s Troubles More About Culture Than Governance, says Palmisano
Canada prepares international response to downed UIA Flight 752
Dealing with Challenges in the Aircraft Maintenance Business – AIN
Spotlight on the New Bombardier Global 6500 – AIN
We check out the airline meal tray of the future


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