Published on May 15th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/05/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

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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-FXN Airbus A319-111 c/n 1684 Volotea Delivered Ostrava-Nantes 12/05/17 ex N906FR.

F-ONOU Boeing 777-3Q8 c/n  35783 Alitalia Ferried Rome Fiumicino-Lourdes 10/05/17 after paint for cabin config prior delivery to become EI-WLA.

N674BC Embraer 190AR c/n 19000151 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Marna-Nashville 11/05/17.

N760SL Boeing 737-4Y0(F) c/n 25177 ASL Airlines Ireland Delivered Dothan-Gander-Shannon 12/05/17 to become EI-HAA.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aviation Job Search & Global FBO Consult: 

More than 130,000 passengers connected through Dublin Airport in April: 

Global Aviation News:

Air France rolling out restaurant style service in biz on more routes

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Airlines Fret About Laptop Ban From Europe During Peak Season

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Boeing, Airbus Bolster Narrowbody Backlogs with New Sales

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Boeing 737 Max Back in Flight as First Plane Delivery Looms

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Budget Airlines Get Top Billing From Aerospace Giants

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Ctrip, Blackstone Said to Mull Bids for ProSieben Travel Arm

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Ethiopian Group CEO Partakes on CAPA Airline Leader Summit 2017

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In-flight exercise: Your next flight abroad could include a gym

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Losing interest in freight? No, says Air France-KLM, we are investing in it

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Mergers, Growth Predicted For Second-Tier Lessors

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Norwegian on 737 MAX wifi – it’s more technical than that

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Qantas Finds Loyalty Pays Better Than Selling Plane Tickets

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Skift Backstage Podcast: Norwegian Air CEO on Flying Cheap and Long-Haul 

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SpiceJet expects some regional routes to be profitable from day one: Ajay Singh

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The super-connector airlines face a world of troubles

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Top 3 Areas Where Delta Air Lines Expects to See Big Gains in 2017

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Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Airbus A320 EI-GAL Delivered: 

Aviation Job Search & Global FBO Consult 

CityJet Takes Delivery of its Fifth Sukhoi Superjet 100 

Former Aer Lingus A320 Delivered to Allegiant Air: 

More than 130,000 passengers connected through Dublin Airport in April 

Irish Aviation News:

Business & Finance Company Of The Month: Aer Lingus

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CityJet: Can an old dog learn new tricks?

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Dublin Aerospace Announce 50 New Jobs at Dublin Airport

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First Irish excavation of Battle of Britain Spitfire set to begin

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Flybe hopes to make call on airline’s fleet later this year, says chief executive

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Fraport expects 3 million Ryanair passengers in 2018

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Intrepid Announces Delivery of 7th A330-300 To Turkish Airlines

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KLM Increase Frequency On Dublin-Amsterdam Route

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No delay in Cork-US flights despite Boeing snag

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Ryanair avoids ‘the Google machine’

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Ryanair’s strategy to avoid paying noise fines in Brussels

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Ryanair to launch Stockholm – Niš flights

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 14 May

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Waypoint Leasing Delivers S-92 and S-76C++ Helicopters to Omni in Brazil

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Tweet Picks:

@CAPA_Aviation Kevin Toland, @DublinAirport, has “significant concern” over #Brexit. The UK HAS to maintain market freedoms,” he says at #CAPASummit.

@designerjet A321LR is “a game changer” for LCC Low-Cost, says Walsh. 737MAX not so much.  #CAPASummit.

@e_russell ICYMI: Delta adjusted its Airbus orderbook today in a “pretty much [capex] neutral” A350/A321 swap.

@KianiKress Hell freezes over: airlines association #Barig critizes that @Airport_FRA gets more slots as it fears more delay in peak times / bad weather.

@jonostrower “If oil drops sub $20 for foreseeable future, a 4-engine A350 stretch?”.

@jonostrower Norwegian says it expects a slip of “a few days” in delivery of its first 737 Max, no change to transatlantic EIS.

@OpenJawTech  An equity investment in an airline without strategic alignment is doomed says Willie Walsh #CAPASummit.

Video Picks:

Airbus Aerial

Airlines rush to swap terminals at LAX

CS100 Steep Approach Certification Recap

Ryanair News Round Up May 12th

Willie Walsh airline industry joke, May 12, 2017 


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