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Aviation Daily, September 11, 2019

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Safety

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Inflight Shutdowns Trigger A220, E2 Engine Checks

Sep 10, 2019
FAA is proposing inspections and replacement of certain Pratt & Whitney geared turbofan oil system components to eliminate an issue linked to at least two inflight shutdowns.

Airlines

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Spirit Airlines Debuts New Seats; Calls Pitch ‘Outdated Metric’

Sep 10, 2019
Florida-based Spirit Airlines has unveiled newly-designed seats it says will maximize usable legroom, part of a bet that passenger comfort can be improved without rethinking the ULCC’s 28-inch seat pitch.
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Air France To Evaluate A380 Replacements, Simplify Fleet

Sep 09, 2019
Air France CEO Anne Rigail is considering possible replacements for the airline’s Airbus A380s, before turning her attention to a Boeing 777 successor and the remainder of Air France’s medium-haul renewal.
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Dorian Exacerbates Disappointing Q3 Trends For Spirit, JetBlue

Sep 09, 2019
Disruptions caused by Hurricane Dorian created more financial headwinds during an already sagging 2019 third quarter (Q3) for Spirit Airlines, removing an estimated $25 million in revenue and pushing unit costs up, the airline calculates.
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British Airways Pilots Strike Ends Without Agreement; No Talks Set

Sep 10, 2019
British Airways (BA) is anticipating continued disruption to its operations Sept. 11, despite the end of the two-day strike by the British Association of Airline Pilots (BALPA) that is concluding without an agreement.

Lessors

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Tokyo Century Taking Over Lessor Aviation Capital Group

Sep 10, 2019
Tokyo Century will buy out the rest of lessor Aviation Capital Group (ACG) from Pacific Life Insurance this year, the companies announced Sept. 9, amounting to a two-step takeover by the Japanese equipment leasing and fleet management company.

Commentary

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How The Events Of 2019 Could Transform Air Transport

Sep 10, 2019
When airlines were starting to get used to unheard-of levels of seemingly sustained profitability recovering from the 2008 global financial crisis, executives started debating whether the industry was actually still cyclical.

Regulatory/Legislative

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U.S. Senators Critical Of Boeing For Reported ‘Evasiveness’

Sep 10, 2019
Two U.S. lawmakers are calling on Boeing to display “full transparency and cooperation” with regulators reviewing changes to the 737 MAX amid reports that regulators have grown frustrated with a lack of information from the manufacturer.

Forecasts/Industry Data

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Leisure And Discounted Business Fares: Week Of September 2

Sep 10, 2019
View the Leisure And Discounted Business Fares: Week Of September 2 chart in PDF format.

 

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