Published on January 31st, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 31/01/2020

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:
HL8380 Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39419 FlyGangwon Delivered Rzeszów-Nursultan Nazarbayev International-Yangyang International 29-30/01/20 ex EI-FJA.
9H-QDN Boeing 737-800 c/n 44763 Malta Air Registered 24/01/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FTM.
9H-QED Boeing 737-800 c/n 44820 Malta Air Registered 22/01/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-GDZ.
9H-QEL Boeing 737-800 c/n 44831 Malta Air Registered 25/01/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-GJJ.
Global Aviation News:
Bristow and Era to Merge, Forming a Larger, More Diverse and Financially Stronger Global Industry Leader
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Celebrating 100M Flight Hours, Airbus Raking in Orders
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China’s rising middle class fuels Full Service Carriers market growth

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Eurowings to end nine EX-YU routes 
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Heathrow boss demands ‘lifeline routes’ as Flybe row deepens
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Hong Kong-based Airlines Halve Flights to Mainland China
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IndiGo Lays Out Plan for Pratt Engine Replacement

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New Iberia and Vueling Chief Executives
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Privilege Style to replace B757s with A320 family aircraft
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South African Airways to Get $239 Million From State Bank
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TUI joins airline industry group A4E as sustainability shoots up the agenda
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Wizz Air upgrades annual profit forecast
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Irish Aviation News:
Dublin Airport Welcomed 32.9M Passengers In 2019

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EFL International accommodates Byrne Air Freight customers and staff
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Extension of Contract for the Provision of Coordination Services at Dublin Airport 
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N Brown Hires Aer Lingus CFO Izzard As New Chief Financial Officer 

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Ryanair renews attack on Flybe rescue deal
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Schumer calls on Aer Lingus to consider international routes to Stewart

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SMBC Aviation Capital closes USD600 million syndicated financing

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Tweet Picks:
@David_Slotnick Despite reducing 787 output to 10/month by early 2021, CFO Greg Smith says Boeing hopes to return rate to 12/month by 2023. Likely as orders resume following a trade war deescalation. $BA.
@jonostrower The long term risk for the 777X is that the airplane may be a victim of Boeing’s own foresight. The company that once held a strategic aversion to enormous airplanes, now has the biggest one you can buy.
@rschuur_aero Deferred production costs of the @BoeingAirplanes  787 now stand at $18.7bln. Since Q4 2016, they have been reduced from $27.3bln. Still some time to go before the Dreamliner breaks even.
@theAPEXassoc Nancy Walker of @SmartSky4G says airlines will have to offer FREE wifi, without a doubt. “When you look at coverage cost and capacity, there isn’t one solution,” she adds. “We may see hybrid solutions – satellite and ATG – to provide the best experience” #APEXTECH #PaxEx.
@winglets747 777X and 350-1000 yet to approach their peak. Besides new growth, they’ll replace large aircraft that today are still young and don’t need a replacement ordered soon.
Video Picks:
Airline Pilot Chronicles “Flying around Europe”
Bradley International Airport and Western Mass
Modi govt to sell 100% stake in Air India, here’s why it thinks it will be more successful this time
SAS – The new A350 in 4K
TAP has been awarded Best Economy Class in Europe

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