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Aviation Daily, October 14, 2019

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Airframers

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Regulators Question MAX Approval, FAA Certification

Oct 11, 2019
A task force of global civil aviation regulators has found gaps in the FAA’s certification process that contributed to insufficient reviews of the Boeing 737 MAX flight control system, and made a dozen recommendations aimed at ensuring the aircraft’s airworthiness and improving the agency’s product-approval requirements.

Airlines

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LCC Competition Drives Air France To Grow Cabin Density

Oct 11, 2019
Air France is looking at ways to “comfortably densify the economy cabins” as it seeks a competitive response to the threat of long-haul low-cost carriers (LCCs), according to Air France-KLM EVP Angus Clarke.
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Air New Zealand Taps Top Walmart Executive For CEO

Oct 11, 2019
Air New Zealand has named Greg Foran, the head of the U.S. division of retail giant Walmart, as its next CEO.
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Alaska And Spirit Revise Q3 Guidances Upward

Oct 11, 2019
Alaska Air Group and Spirit Airlines both revised their third-quarter (Q3) guidance to reflect improvements in unit revenue and non-fuel costs.
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American To Shift Operational Team After Summer Challenges

Oct 10, 2019
American Airlines plans an overhaul of its executive team overseeing operations and customer service, following a tumultuous summer marked by a spike in delays and cancellations.
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Norwegian Plans Shifts To Transatlantic Frequencies

Oct 11, 2019
Norwegian Air Shuttle said it would boost frequencies to some of its U.S. destinations from London next summer in response to demand, but will reduce flights to Buenos Aires, Miami, Rio de Janeiro and Orlando, Florida.

Suppliers

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Shareholders OK Raytheon-United Technologies Merger

Oct 11, 2019
Raytheon and United Technologies shareowners “overwhelmingly” approved all proposals necessary to complete the merger of UTC’s aerospace businesses—Collins Aerospace and Pratt & Whitney—with Raytheon, the companies announced Oct. 11.
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Accenture: Civil Aerospace Market Growth Halved For ‘19

Oct 11, 2019
Accenture’s aerospace and defense practice now sees the overall 2019 commercial aerospace market growing only 2.5% year-over-year, compared with 4.7% in 2018.

Forecasts/Industry Data

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Domestic Passenger Enplanements On U.S. Airlines, Unadjusted 2016 - 2019

Oct 15, 2019
View the Domestic Passenger Enplanements On U.S. Airlines, Unadjusted 2016 - 2019 chart in PDF format.
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SpeedNews Aircraft & Engines Marketplace

Oct 15, 2019
View the SpeedNews Aircraft & Engines Marketplace chart in PDF format.

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Calendar of Events

Oct 15, 2019
Nov. 18-19—AEA South Pacific Connect Conference, Hilton Adelaide Hotel - Adelaide, Australia, http://aea.net/connect/southpacific/

 

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