Published on March 27th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 27/03/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
Acumen Aviation Announces Launch Of EMPower: http://bit.ly/2mYDCaq
Airbus Disrupts travel market with unique Airbus A380 online booking tool: http://bit.ly/2n944BN
Alan Webber SVP Powerplant Acumen Aviation to discuss engine lease contracts and return trends in Dublin 5 April: http://bit.ly/2mskq98
Boeing 737 MAX 8 Gains FAA Certification as Boeing 737 MAX 9 Rolls out: http://bit.ly/2nuUVRq
China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 March: http://bit.ly/2mHpHVo
Global Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 March: http://bit.ly/2mM5b6Q
Embraer Rolls Out the E195-E2: http://bit.ly/2n2dNZY
IATA: India global leader in domestic air traffic growth: http://bit.ly/2mP0PuY
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 March: http://bit.ly/2nrzB1Y
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20 March: http://bit.ly/2n053BC
Thought Leadership: ISTAT Americas Boeing MoM project: http://bit.ly/2nLx432
EI-FWD Sukhoi RRJ95 c/n 95105 Cityjet Delivered Venice-Brussels 25/03/17 in Brussels Airlines colours ex I-PDVX.
EI-FZG Boeing 737-800 c/n 44780 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 24/03/17.
HL8090 Boeing 737-8AS c/n 37540 Jeju Air Delivered Dublin-Heydar Aliyev International-Incheon International-Gimpo International 26-27/03/17 ex EI-EFP.
I-BPAD Boeing 767-3X2 c/n 26260 Blue Panorama Registered 22/03/17 ex EI-FCV.
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Dublin Airport Launches No Drone Zone: http://bit.ly/2mqzMtn
Global Aviation News:
A350-1000 performed ‘High and Warm’ flight test campaign in Latin America
Airports fuel local economies, experts say
Brand Union designs visual identity for new budget airline Level
British Airways Starts Scanning Faces to Enable Faster Boarding
India Now The Third Largest Aviation Market In Domestic Traffic
Is The Boeing 797X Going To Unlock $150 Billion In Revenues?
Italy said to mull Alitalia financing to avoid cash crunch
LATAM Airlines Group; newly profitable but caution reigns as low cost entrants prepare to pounce
Lawmaker Air Rage Spurs India to Mull Barring Unruly Fliers
Lufthansa Moves from Pension Plan to DC Plan for Pilots
United Airlines’ capacity growth spooks markets: investors react and stock price dives
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap opts for PACE route and aircraft economic analysis software
A380 in Dublin: Emirates postpones historic visit until further notice
Confessions of a social media manager: Ryanair on the growth of video, customer service and ‘cheeky Irish charm’
Intrepid to lease two new B777 for Philippine Airlines
HK Express takes delivery of one A320NEO From Arctic Aviation Assets
MAS mulls deals for 42 jets as ‘things are going better a bit quicker’
Q&A: IAG CEO Willie Walsh dishes on new European discount airline Level
Ryanair, Wizz Air lead Balkan social media coverage of low-cost sector
Shannon Group starts work on €10m high spec office block to facilitate major inward investment and employment
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 26 March
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Tweets of the day:
@Airlineroute Asiana Airlines’ First A350-900XWB revenue flight will now be Seoul Incheon – Hong Kong on 09MAY17.
@Airlineroute Previously updated, Cathay Pacific today (26MAR17) operates final A340-300 scheduled service, Taipei to Hong Kong as CX469.
@Airlineroute (Subj. to CHG) Last DELTA 747-400 international flight is now tentatively scheduled on 17DEC17 Seoul to Detroit. Previous plan was 31DEC17.
@e_russell Those Zodiac production delays CEO Munoz wouldn’t confirm are real. Also, means 747s could stay a little longer than October.
@woody2190 Due to Polaris Seat delays. @united N2737U was placed into storage at ATS hangar #2 pad. A 2nd 777-300ER will be also stored.
Today’s Videos Picks:
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Middle East airlines mock electronics ban on UK, US-bound flights