Published on January 23rd, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 23/01/2020

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:

G-DRTL Boeing 737-8AL c/n 39058 Jet2 Delivered Shannon-Manchester 20/01/20 ex 2-TJFJ.
M-ABLV Airbus A330-302 c/n 1361 CDB Aviation Lease Ferried Lourdes-Dublin 21/01/20 in basic Jet Airways colours ex VT-JWS.
N916SC Boeing 737‑86J(F) c/n 30498 iAero Airways Ferried Lake City Gateway-Opa Locka Executive 17/01/20 in DHL Colours after paint ex EI-RUA.
TC-JZL Boeing 737-8AS c/n 34999 Turkish Airlines Delivered Shannon-Istanbul 21/01/20 in AnadoluJet colours ex EI-ESY.
Global Aviation News:
ACI Europe hosts its first Aviation Sustainability Summit
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Airbus To Produce A321s in Toulouse from 2022
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Boeing Statement on 737 MAX Return to Service
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Bombardier Mulls Exit from A220 Program
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Brussels Charleroi airport targets 10 million ppa by 2025
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Capacity discipline and rival’s collapse boost EasyJet revenue
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Chinese LCC Takes Its First ARJ21, MA700 Set for Assembly

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Etihad To Dedicate Dreamliner Fleet as Eco-testbed
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Europe’s Pilots Decry Lack of Unity on Conflict Zone Ops
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United Airlines plans more gates, new clubs at growing Denver hub
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus ‘held back’ by A321LR delivery delays
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Aergo Capital marks its 20th anniversary with a successful Q4
Boeing’s 737 Max will fly again in 2020, Avolon predicts

DCU in partnership with the aviation industry kick starts year-long focus on inclusion – Aer Lingus First Officer Lisa Cusack wins 2020 AWAR Dublin Trailblazer Award
Genesis partners with AirAsia through the acquisition of one leased A320-200 from Mitsui & Co., Ltd.
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Ireland at the epicentre of the aviation finance industry
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MTU Maintenance opens office in leasing hometown Dublin
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NAC delivered one Bombardier DHC8-400, MSN 4196, to Link PNG on lease
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The end of the innocence? — Aviation outlook 2020 – PWC
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Tourism industry demands Vat cut
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Tweet Picks:

@ACI_EUROPE Abramhamsson @Swedavia : Stop flying is not the answer. We have an #aviation tax in Sweden and it is not helping to transform the industry.  #ACisustainability2020.
@Oliver__Clark Airline consolidation has been driven by sector “stress”, leasing consolidation has been driven by “capital formation” says Greg Lee MD at Goldman Sachs at #AFJdublin.
@Oliver__Clark Boeing’s announcement of expected mid-year Max return the service is a ‘positive’ as it marks the beginning of the end, or end of the beginning of the grounding, Avolon’s CEO Domhnal Slattery tells #afjdublin.
@Oliver__Clark If the Max returns to service this year IAG could still take its first delivery in 2023 although 2024 remains the official start date, CFO Steve Gunning tells AFJ.
@Oliver__Clark Lark says GOL’s operating costs are second only to those of Ryanair and would be equal to the Irish carrier if it too operated in Brazil #afjdublin.
Video Picks:
Aviation Leaders Report 2020 : Steering the Supercycle
Improving Flight One Breath at a Time
The Secret To Emirates Airline’s 30+ Year Partnership With Dubai Rugby 7s
US-Bangla Airlines 6th Brand New ATR 72-600 S2-AKL rolling out from factory 20-1-2020
Would Boeing benefit from rebranding the 737 Max?
See attached Press Release 22 January – Aircraft Professional’s Technical Network ( launches Web Portal.


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