Published on January 30th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/01/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation and Blueberry Aviation Announce Co-Operation Agreement

Acumen Aviation Announces 2019 Operational Review

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 January

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 January

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 27 January

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 27 January

North America Newsletter 27 January

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aircraft Professional’s Technical Network ( launches Web Portal

Last built Boeing 737NG delivered to KLM Airlines visits Dublin Airport:

Ryanair scales up Malta based subsidiary Malta Air Boeing 737-800 fleet Update:

Aircraft Update:

SE-RPJ Boeing 737-8JP c/n 41153 Norwegian Air Sweden Registered 21/01/20 ex EI-FJS.

SE-RPK Boeing 737-8JP c/n 42073 Norwegian Air Sweden Registered 24/01/20 ex EI-FLJ.

SE-RPL Boeing 737-8JP c/n 42080 Norwegian Air Sweden Registered 23/01/20 ex EI-FJV.

SE-RPR Boeing 737-8JP c/n 42081 Norwegian Air Sweden Registered 28/01/20 ex EI-FJB.

Global Aviation News:

American Airlines Is In A Perpetual State Of Uncontrolled Descent
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Bulgaria Air Prepares Fleet Modernization and Expansion Plan
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CAPA airline profit outlook: MAX “ungrounding” impact complicates
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David Neeleman’s Breeze airline launch: is 2020 feasible?
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IATA: Coronavirus Could Cause a ‘Sizeable’ Traffic Disruption
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JetBlue: Investors Are Still Missing The Opportunity
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Lisbon’s airports: Montijo – time to get the job finished
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Sikorsky Firms Timeline for New S-92 Variants
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Southwest Airlines: Still Navigating The Turbulence Well
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Star Alliance Reduces Lounge Access Benefit For Gold Members
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus installs ABC branding on A330s, A321neos
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Eirtech granted FAA STC for ADS-B Out Solution on B737 family 
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Low-Cost Showdown: Wizz Air vs Ryanair – What Airline Is Best?
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Michael O’Leary warns the government’s business strategy ‘is doomed to fail’ as row over Flybe takes off
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Milestone announces leases of 7 helicopters with Héli-Union
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More female pilots are needed, says Embraer CEO John Slattery
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Ryanair Launches 3 New Greece Summer 2020 Routes To Italy
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Scandinavian Airlines Ireland Implements SkyBreathe to Save Fuel and Reduce Their CO2 emissions
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StandardAero Acquires Turbine Repair Service (TRS) Global Services’ subsidiary, TRS Ireland, to Expand Component Repair Capabilities
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Tweet Picks:

@David_Slotnick 737 Max production will resume at a low rate, gradually increase back to the original plan (57/month) in “next few years.” $BA.

@e_russell Boeing’s priority remains “returning the 737 MAX to service safely,” says CEO Dave Calhoun on the airframer’s 4Q19 earnings call this morning. $BA.

@e_russell “We’ve asked the [New Mid-market Airplane] team to step back and reassess our commercial product strategy,” says Boeing CFO Smith.

@e_russell Boeing will reduce the production rate of the 787 to 10/month in early 2021. This is the second production rate cut in the past year.  Boeing hopes to raise the 787 rate back to 12/month by 2023. $BA.

@e_russell To date in 2020, structural changes in Alaska’s network have generated some “nice load factor increases,” says $ALK commercial chief Andrew Harrison. 

Video Picks:

airBaltic 2019 highlights

ATAC 2019  Owen Sims

Eastern Airways announce new flights from Teesside International Airport–gPIY

How JetBlue Is Getting Greener

Undercover Boss Frontier Airlines S2 EP4 U S  TV Series


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