Published on February 24th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/02/2020

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Acumen Aviation and CMS Business School Sign Co-Operation Agreement

Acumen Aviation Launches Aircraft Maintenance Reserve Course

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 February

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 February

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 February

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17 February

North America Newsletter 17 February

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Academy of Aviation (AOA) reports 2019 busiest year

First Air France Airbus A380-800 retires to Ireland West Airport Knock

Moldavian Start-Up carrier HiSky to launch Chisinau-Dublin route

Aircraft Update:

D-AIGY Airbus A340-313 c/n 335 Lufthansa Ferried Dublin-Frankfurt 19/02/20 after painting into new colours.

M-ABLV Airbus A330-302 c/n 1361 Jet Airways colours (CDB Aviation) for painting into Norwind Airlines colours at Dublin 20/02/20.

N837SY Boeing 737-8KN c/n 40252 Sun Country Airlines Delivered Shannon-Portsmouth-Chicago Rockford 21/02/20 ex A6-FDY.

9H-QAZ Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44700 Malta Air Registered 21/02/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FIK.

9H-QBR Boeing 737-8AS c/n 44716 Malta Air Registered 21/02/20 after transfer in Ryanair colours ex EI-FOF.

Global Aviation News:

Alaska Airlines to buy 200 new jets over a decade – 737 MAXs and maybe Airbus A321s
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JetBlue Girds for Airline Hub War in Boston
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Kremlin Considers Launching Start-up Airlines To Fly Superjets
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Super-Sized Jets Flying More U.S. Routes After Pullback on Virus
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‘The reality is that airplanes will keep on flying’, American Airlines boss tells flight shamers 
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Turboprop Competition Heats Up in Developing Asia
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United Airlines will offer complimentary food on more Hawaii routes
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Where Does The Indian Airline Industry Go From Here? 
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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon Announces Closing Of Us$620 Million Fixed Rate Notes By Sapphire 2020-1 Platform
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Cork Airport retains title as Ireland’s Most Punctual Airport
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Etihad June 2020 Dublin aircraft changes as of 17FEB20
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Ethiopian Airlines  Route Change Addis Ababa – Vienna – Dublin effective 30 March 
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Nordic Aviation Capital delivered one new ATR 72-600, MSN 1555, to Silver Airways on lease
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Ryanair Launches New Pilot Training Programme With Aviomar Flight Academy
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Tweet Picks:

@Bombardier according to @PwC , the development of the @Bombardier #CSeries #A220 @Airbusprogram has resulted in numerous economic benefits in #Canada, including a $6.6 billion contribution to the GDP and an annual average of 6,400 jobs, majority of which are in #Quebec #innovation #investment.

@e_russell United Airlines will offer complimentary food in economy on more Hawaii routes.

@GescheW #Airbus buys Bombardier’s remaining stake in #A220 alongside Québec and wants to rise production rate now, aiming for break-even in the middle of this decade.

@jonostrower It’s been nearly a year since the 737 Max was grounded and Southwest has reshaped its expansive U.S. network in unique and surprising ways as it adapts to the biggest challenge in its history. @miller22 gets into the weeds to explain what’s happened.

@R_Wall Re-engined Airbus A330 with GE engines — echoes of the pre-A350 day.

Video Picks:

Asian Airlines Facing $27.8 Billion Revenue Loss from Virus, IATA CEO Says

#Embraer #Praetor600 highlights

Munich Security Conference | AirForce, CIA, Army, Government: Rare & Close-Up incl. Kuwait A340-500

Superstar Suriya & Ajay Singh, CMD SpiceJet, at Electric Bus Launch, Chennai

Women in Aviation Finance – Julie Garland


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