Published on April 19th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/04/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation attends IAA industry briefing:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 April:

India Aviation industry newsletter 18 April:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 April:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18 April:

USA Aviation Newsletter 18 April:

Thought Leadership: Bombardier C Series Aircraft Analysis :

Aircraft Update:

D-ABGR Airbus A319-112 c/n 3704 Eurowings Ferried Dublin-Dusseldorf 14/04/17 after painting.

D-ABNK Airbus A320-214 c/n 1769 Eurowings Ferried Dublin-Dusseldorf 14/04/17 after painting.

EI-GAU Airbus A319-112 c/n 2318 Volotea Registered at Ostrava 15/04/17 prior paint and delivery ex N935FR.

N294SK Embraer 145LR c/n 145497 GECAS Ferried Regina International-Griffiss International 14/04/17.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Dublin Airport connecting traffic soars by 66% in March: 

SWISS introduces state of the art technology Bombardier CS100 on Dublin route: 

Global Aviation News:

A Look at Airspace in North Korea and the Surrounding Area

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Are New Budget Flights Between the U.S. and Europe Really a Bargain?

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Austrian Airlines mulls Airbus A321 design limit extension

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Azerbaijan’s Silk Way Group orders 10 Boeing 737 MAX 8s

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Boeing to Dismiss Hundreds of Engineers Amid Sales Slowdown

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CSeries and A320neo Flight Ops

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John Thomas helped save the US airline industry. Can he steady Virgin Australia?

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Joint agreements help American Airlines serve customers better

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Low cost airlines brought 13% more passengers to Spain during the first quarter

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Lufthansa Says Starting Local Airline in India a ‘Misadventure’

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Norwegian boss Bjorn Kjos shrugs off IAG’s low-cost, long-haul push as more transatlantic routes take off

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The next Battle of The Atlantic

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United Air CEO Calls Dragging Incident a ‘Humbling Experience’

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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon Q1 2017 Business Update

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Avolon doubles its aircraft fleet after $10bn CIT deal

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Business as usual, says new US owner of aircraft seat-maker

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Cityjet to establish a base at Tallinn Airport

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Cork loses out as passengers continue to flock to Dublin Airport

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CSO statistical release – Aviation Statistics

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Getting Breakfast in Order: Retail inMotion Helps Ryanair Serve Up a Full Irish 

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Rescue 116: Aviation expert Kevin Byrne on the questions that still need to be answered

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State sold Aer Lingus stake for €335m – where did the money go?

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Willie Walsh happy with response to budget carrier Level

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell  No update on $UAL’s widebody fleet review. “We continue our comprehensive review of our fleet and orderbook,” says CFO Levy.

@e_russell  “The widebody market is severely depressed across the board. There’s tremendous opportunities in the used market,” says $UAL CFO Levy.

@e_russell  “We are actively looking at [used] widebodies and narrowbodies,” says $UAL CFO Levy.

@WandrMe $UAL bought 12 73Gs off lease so far in 2017, expects to do more of that (and more used aircraft) going forward. #AvGeek #PaxEx.

@winglets747  IAG’s long-haul LCC LEVEL will be part of the American Airlines/IAG-led transatlantic JV #CAPAsummit. 

Video Picks:

American Airlines 757 Go-around at St Maarten (SXM) on 4/15/2017

Boeing 737 MAX 9 Completes First Flight

Cessna 182s departure from Sligo Airport, Ireland

Emirates SkyCargo takes Emirates Team New Zealand’s boat to the skies

JetBlue Founder On United’s PR Fiasco: Offer Higher Prices To Overbooked Passengers

Tribute to Rescue 116

United CEO: I’m Sorry. We Will Fix This


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