Published on April 19th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 19/04/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
Acumen Aviation attends IAA industry briefing: http://bit.ly/2oakZAm
China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 April: http://bit.ly/2oIePcB
India Aviation industry newsletter 18 April: http://bit.ly/2oRAgd9
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 April: http://bit.ly/2pcwKv3
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18 April: http://bit.ly/2nXYOlt
USA Aviation Newsletter 18 April: http://bit.ly/2oI90NR
Thought Leadership: Bombardier C Series Aircraft Analysis : http://bit.ly/2p0uY04
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: http://bit.ly/2pa8p98
SWISS introduces state of the art technology Bombardier CS100 on Dublin route: http://bit.ly/2otNg8g
Global Aviation News:
A Look at Airspace in North Korea and the Surrounding Area
Are New Budget Flights Between the U.S. and Europe Really a Bargain?
Austrian Airlines mulls Airbus A321 design limit extension
Azerbaijan’s Silk Way Group orders 10 Boeing 737 MAX 8s
Boeing to Dismiss Hundreds of Engineers Amid Sales Slowdown
CSeries and A320neo Flight Ops
John Thomas helped save the US airline industry. Can he steady Virgin Australia?
Joint agreements help American Airlines serve customers better
Low cost airlines brought 13% more passengers to Spain during the first quarter
Lufthansa Says Starting Local Airline in India a ‘Misadventure’
Norwegian boss Bjorn Kjos shrugs off IAG’s low-cost, long-haul push as more transatlantic routes take off
The next Battle of The Atlantic
United Air CEO Calls Dragging Incident a ‘Humbling Experience’
Irish Aviation News:
Avolon Q1 2017 Business Update
Avolon doubles its aircraft fleet after $10bn CIT deal
Business as usual, says new US owner of aircraft seat-maker
Cityjet to establish a base at Tallinn Airport
Cork loses out as passengers continue to flock to Dublin Airport
CSO statistical release – Aviation Statistics
Getting Breakfast in Order: Retail inMotion Helps Ryanair Serve Up a Full Irish
Rescue 116: Aviation expert Kevin Byrne on the questions that still need to be answered
State sold Aer Lingus stake for €335m – where did the money go?
Willie Walsh happy with response to budget carrier Level
@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.
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