Published on February 5th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/02/2020

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:

9H-QAS Boeing 737-800 c/n 44693 Malta Air Registered 29/01/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FIC.

9H-QBQ Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44713 Malta Air Registered 25/01/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FOE.

9H-QBW Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44719 Malta Air Registered 24/01/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FOK.

9H-QDN Boeing 737-800 c/n 44763 Malta Air Registered 24/01/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FTM.

9H-QEM Boeing 737-800 c/n 44825 Malta Air Registered 29/01/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-GJK.

Global Aviation News:

Altavair AirFinance and KKR Announce $1 Billion Aircraft Transaction with Etihad Airways
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Behind the Scenes of the Alaska Airlines and Virgin America Merger
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IFE Is Most Important to Passengers, Says Royal Brunei Airlines CEO
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Incentives sought as France aims to make 50% of jet fuel sustainable
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JAL to Optimize A350 Revenue With Quick Configuration Change
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JetBlue Reveals Details of Future Digital Retail Experience
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Proposed Placing of up to £500 million of ordinary shares in Wizz Air Holdings Plc by investment funds managed by Indigo Partners LLC
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United segments 787 fleet, accommodating premium-light sub-fleet
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US Senate minority leader Schumer pushes airlines to start new routes to New York airports
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Irish Aviation News:

Angela Fleming | Ireland’s position as a global aviation powerhouse
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Aergo Capital announces the acquisition of one (1) Airbus A321 aircraft
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CDB Aviation Completes Delivery of Six Airbus Aircraft to TAP
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Ryanair CMO on 737 MAX reincorporation: ‘Customers will get used to it’
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Ryanair Holdings – Q3 profitability illustrative of momentum in the business – Davy Research
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Ryanair makes new offer to Boeing for bigger MAX planes 
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Ryanair says plans to move from ‘breakneck’ growth
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SMBC Aviation Capital closes USD600 million syndicated financing
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Tweet Picks:

@clydehut Outside Germany & Sweden, flygskam (flight shame) had no impact in passenger numbers in 2019. Is this a “sustainability paradox” or will we see real impact in passenger behaviour?.

@kambrmedia “No single business is impacted more directly by oil than airlines. But the ability to gather and use data may ultimately be as much of a determinant on the aviation industry’s economic health and on which brands thrive, survive, or fail.” #airlines #oil

@kambrmedia “The travel #technology world is thriving, but poor digital experiences weaken the joy of travel and weaken the potential profitability of #travel retailers,” says Atmosphere Research’s  @hharteveldt  #avgeek #digital #Retail.

@kambrmedia “Transavia believes that, just like flying, entrepreneurship should be for everyone.” 

@WandrMe Supplier fallout for the #737MAX grounding: @AstronicsCorp is withdrawing future guidance until it gets a better idea of when the line will start up again. #AvGeek $ATRO.

Video Picks:

Boeing 737 Max deliveries could be two years late: Ryanair

Coronavirus: here are the places and airlines restricting travel to China

#Embraer #E2 Incredible Journeys – Episode 6 | Switzerland

Professional Skills of this 787 pilot landing in Osaka with the most difficult approach

Ryanair CFO on Coronavirus, Boeing Orders, Brexit


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