Published on May 12th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 12/05/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation New European Premises:

Acumen Aviation at ISTAT Asia Conference

Airbus begins production of first U.S built A320 in Mobile

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 May

India Aviation industry newsletter 8 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 May

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 8 May

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 May :

Aircraft Update:

EI-FZR Boeing 737-800 c/n 44792 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 10/05/17.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing Halts 737 Max Test on Cusp of Debut After Engine Snag

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Boeing, Primera Air Announce Order for Up to 20 737 MAX 9s

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Bombardier Showdown Looms as Investors Abandon a Family Scion

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Business Travelers Name Their Pet Peeves. We Name the Cures

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Emirates Profit Tumbles 70% on Low Oil Prices, Terror Concerns

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European Airlines Bracing for Expansion of Trump’s Laptop Ban

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IAG eyes Paris, Rome as bases for new LCC Level

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In WhatsApp message, Air India chief tells staff to carry their own bags

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LATAM Airlines moves to ease Chile regulator fears on IAG deal

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Lufthansa confirms interest in airberlin takeover

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Malaysia Airports Said to Plan Stake Sale in Sabiha Istanbul

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Scoot eyes at least 3 to 4 long-haul routes by 2020: CEO

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Stobart Capital to ‘identify opportunities and hidden value’, says CEO Andrew Tinkler

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The face of an airline

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Irish Aviation News:

Acumen Aviation New European Premises

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Brexit’s no flight of fancy and it’s costing UK jobs

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Fifth Sukhoi Superjet 100 Joins CityJet Fleet

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Here’s why the Air Force Two plane landed at Belfast International Airport

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Italians turning to Ryanair as Alitalia files for bankruptcy

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Lufthansa lists The Irishman in first lounges

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Ryanair Announces 2 New Eilat Ovda Routes To Bremen & Dusseldorf Weeze

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Ryanair launches Travel Labs Spain

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Ryanair to base 12 aircraft in Frankfurt

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Tourism Ireland partners with Shannon Airport to grow German tourist numbers

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€40m Dublin Aerospace investment pulled after Brexit vote

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Tweet Picks:

@AvWeekScho Bombardier’s Bole says half of routes flown in China have less than 100 pax/day – so regional aircraft well-suited to this market #ISTATasia.

@AvWeekScho  Lessor Goshawk “will have to seriously think about” placing direct aircraft orders as it matures, CEO says (vs sale-leasebacks) #ISTATAsia.

@AvWeekScho  Nok Air will probably have to add more turboprops as jets move to planned international routes, says CFO Brian Jeffery #ISTATAsia.

@CAPA_Aviation   #China has emerged, and its outbound tourists are delivering massive economic benefits to every country in which they land. #CAPASummit.

@SimonDFerguson  Willie Walsh: Personalisation of offers contributed 160 million Euros to IAG in 2016, across 53 million customers #ba #CAPASummit #iag

Video Picks:

Deer jet b787 in Dublin May 5 2017

European Airlines Prep for Wider Trump Laptop Ban

Interview With United Airlines & Lufthansa Cargo | Air Cargo Europe

Kevin Toland at CAPA aviation conference 2017

Peter Bellew at CAPA aviation conference, May 11, 2017

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