Published on February 17th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/02/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation Launches Aircraft Maintenance Reserve Course

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 February

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 February

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 10 February

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 10 February

North America Newsletter 10 February

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:Cityjet Ends Sukhoi SSJ100 Operations

Laudamotion adds 24th Airbus A320-200 aircraft

Northern Ireland looks to grow air connectivity

Aircraft Update:

OE-LMI Airbus A320-214 c/n 5081 Laudamotion Delivered Manila-Clark International-Bandaranaike International-Muscat International-Cairo International-Vienna 12-13/02/20 ex RP-C8616.

SP-RKS Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44704 Ryanair Sun Position London Stansted-Seville 15/02/20 in Ryanair colours after transfer ex EI-FIS.

2-BTTA Boeing 737-85R c/n 39069 Fly Leasing Ferried Ostrava-Cairo International 13/02/20 for El Al Israel Airlines ex VT-TGC.

Global Aviation News:

Aegean Airlines presents new corporate identity; neo commitment adds EUR80 million tourism industry revenue per aircraft
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Airbus and the Government of Québec become sole owners of the A220 Programme as Bombardier completes its strategic exit from Commercial Aviation
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Airbus aims to tackle A380 reconfiguration costs with Singapore MRO
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Airbus sees ‘clear path’ to small hike in A320 production
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Boeing 737 MAX 2020-23 backlog will require to 2026 to deliver: analysis
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European Parliament: Future EU/UK agreement should provide for short term visa free travel
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Flydubai will wet-lease 4 Airbus A320s from FlyOne
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Former Airbus Americas exec supports smaller Boeing NMA
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Struggling Norwegian lingers in the red, cuts capacity again
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USA raises tariffs on EU aircraft to 15%
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus launches its second new aircraft at Shannon
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Airbus takes off with VR training solution developed by Irish man
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Avolon CEO expects coronavirus to accelerate trend towards sale and leaseback deals
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Avolon in Max compensation talks with Boeing
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Cork Airport’s Kevin Cullinane Elected Chairman of European Communications Forum
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Irish Times Partners with Aer Lingus for Guinness Six Nations Coverage
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Passport-less travel is on way, says DAA boss Dalton Philips 
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Ryanair launching new Banja Luka service
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Why Ryanair is still more likely to bide its time than bid for Air Italy
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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Did you know India is @SeaTacAirport’s largest unserved nonstop market? And, Bangalore and Hyderabad are its largest destinations for corporate travelers in the country.

@e_russell “This partnership means that Los Angeles will be able to be more successful. We anticipate seeing a level of connectivity that we’ve never seen in L.A,” said American’s Vasu Raja on the airline’s new pact with Alaska. #LAX.

@embraer The @HelveticAirways brand new #Embraer #E190E2 is now flying between Zürich and Florence. It’s the first time an #E2 has flown to the downtown airport. Only a few aircraft types can operate from the challenging 1,560 m (5,118 ft) runway. #Embraer50 #EmbraerStories.

@hharteveldt Our research shows most travelers set a budget for airfare & lodging, but use a separate budget – the “second wallet” (a term we created, BTW) – for other purchases. It’s this second wallet travel sellers can tap to sell ancillary products. #travel #ecommerce.

@hharteveldt @United pulls #737MAX from schedule until Sept. 4. The #airline has cancelled 21,200 737 max flights since December 2019. #aviation #travel.

Video Picks:

Can aviation go green? | CNBC Explains

Emirates Media Brief Enda Corneille January 28 2020

Embraer’s E2 Profit Hunter is the King of the Skies

Piloting the A340 out of Buenos Aires | Cockpit Views

Tourism Ireland Brexit Taskforce Meeting – February 2020


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