Published on February 4th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/02/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Cirium Interview  Acumen challenges notion of two-tier lessor market

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 February

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 February

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 3 February

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 3 February

North America Newsletter 3 February

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:Emirates celebrates eight years of operation of Dublin-Dubai route

Irish Aviation Events Calendar 2020

SunExpress appoints AVIAREPS as GSA for Ireland:

Aircraft Update:

N836SY Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40251 Sun Country Airlines Delivered Shannon-PSM 31/01/20 ex A6-FDX.

TC-JZO Boeing 737-8JP c/n 39031 Turkish Airlines Delivered Oslo-ISL 23/01/20 in AnadoluJet colours ex LN-NGV.

N384AA Boeing 767-323 c/n 26996 Cargo Aircraft Management Ferried ROW-ILN 24/01/20 prior freighter conversion.

N431CJ Boeing 767-224(F) c/n 30431 Elan Express Delivered Tel Aviv-Shannon-YHM 24-25/01/20 after freighter conversion, for CargoJet Airways.

Global Aviation News:

A Question for the Airline Industry: Is Data the New Oil?
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Brexit and aviation: no change yet. Then “bare bones”?
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EASA issues SIB with recommendations in response to Coronavirus ‘2019-nCoV’outbreak
Read more:‘2019-ncov’outbreak

IAG’s Battle For Croatia
Read more: and Jet2CityBreaks expands Iceland programme for Winter 20/21
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New Teesside Airports flights are vote of confidence
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Qatar Airways to host CAPA Qatar Aviation Aeropolitical and Regulatory Summit
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The secretive hedge fund boss at the controls of Flybe
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Why smooth 777-9 test campaign is vital for Boeing
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Why Wuhan’s aviation impact will be vastly larger than SARS
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus A330-302 F-WWCH (EI-EIN) among the aircraft on Toulouse Blagnac (TLS) Flightline 01-02-2020 
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CDB Aviation Completes Delivery of Four E190s to Amaszonas
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Dublin Airport figures show two people accounted for 75% of noise complaints in 2019
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IAA En-route, Terminal and North Atlantic Communications – 2018 / 2019
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Importance Of Shannon-Canada Air Connectivity Pressed
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New High-Frequency Bus Service To Dublin Airport To Begin Operating
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Propeller Is Taking The Legacy Of Irish Travel Entrepreneurialism Global
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Ryanair Reports Q3 Net Profit of €88m Due to Stronger Christmas/New Year Traffic
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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho Seems like its a bit of a buyers’ market for struggling state-owned airlines at the moment.

@apoure25 I was in the jumpseat on a cargo airline a few months back, the captain looked back at me before push and said “if you see something obvious, please speak up.” Me. A non-pilot. Then you get some captains tweeting about how they wish their FOs would shut up. It’s amazing to me.

@DublinAirport We have more connections with UK airports than any other airport in the world – and we’ll continue to have them after #BrexitDay. 

@e_russell Hawaiian’s Boeing 717s will fly for at least five more years, then it will likely chose between the A220 or E2 for a replacement, via @zlwichter.

@SimonCalder Hard Brexit awaits for travel. Nothing changes until the end of 2020. But the government has just revealed some of the extra red tape and expense for holidaymakers and business travellers from 2021.

Video Picks:

Air India on Sale: What Led to the Downfall of This Airline? | The Quint

Berenberg: It’s fair to assume airlines will see a recovery once the risk of virus contagion subside

Boeing CEO: Regulators will likely sign off on 737 Max by mid-year

Boeing secures more than $12 billion in financing to help with 737 Max crisis

Watch CNBC’s full interview with Boeing CEO David Calhoun


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