Published on May 19th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/05/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 May: 

India Aviation industry newsletter 15 May:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15 May:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 May:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 May:

Aircraft Update:

C-FEAK Boeing 737-86Q c/n 30292 Sunwing Airlines Ferried Toronto-Belfast 18/05/17 on summer-lease to Thomson Airways.

EI-FNX Airbus A330-243 c/n 283 DAE Capital Ferried Ras Al Khaimah-Sharjah 18/05/17 after storage ex A6-RKS.

EI-STL Boeing 737-476(F) c/n 24446 ASL Airlines Ireland Registered 17/05/17 ex HA-FAZ.

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: 

Global Aviation News:

Airlines for America Projects Summer Air Travel to Grow Four Percent

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Deer Jet to Build Largest Dream Jet Fleet in the World

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Large US airlines remain uncertain about a trans-Atlantic rebound in the near term

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LCCs Heat Up the Transatlantic Game

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Revealed: Dutch King Has Been a KLM Pilot for 21 Years

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Singapore Air Loses Out as Flyers Swap Champagne for Cheap Seats

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Singapore Airlines Reports Surprise Loss on Cargo Provisioning

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Southwest’s Future 737 Max Engines Being Inspected for Disc Flaw

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The world’s aircraft financing markets are enjoying good health, for now

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Why Delta Decided to Stop Being the Mean Airline

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Delivers 767 to Atlas Air Worldwide

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Airlines have become ‘more resilient and more capable of dealing with short shocks’: IAG CEO Willie Walsh 

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Aryzta appoints DAA head Kevin Toland as new CEO

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Avolon celebrates delivery of the world’s first Boeing 737 MAX to Malindo Air

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CAR Q1 2017 Dublin Airport Quality of Service Monitoring

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Cobalt to start new Dublin Larnaca scheduled service

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Cork among the ‘poor relation’ airports compared to Dublin

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Cork Airport boss: ‘New York flights will happen’

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Flybe’s new boss aiming for take-off with European airline

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Historic Aer Lingus flight to New York departs from Ireland West Airport

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Kalitta Air Takes Delivery of Leased 747-400F Factory Freighter from GECAS

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Norwegian’s new transatlantic routes to include U.S Preclearance for passengers flying from Dublin and Shannon

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Qatar Airways’ investment in IAG has been ‘very successful from a financial point of view’: IAG CEO Willie Walsh

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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers first of three Boeing B737-800s to Jet Airways in a three aircraft deal

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The IAA Launch New System at Dublin Airport

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Tourism Ireland: Direct flights to China are “vital”

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UK airline Flybe exploring opportunities with Dublin-based Stobart Air

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell American pushes full premium economy rollout to late 2018.

@e_russell Hawaiian eyeing East Coast growth but sees more opportunity abroad.

@e_russell “Let’s get open skies done. We’re favourable to that,” says $AAL CFO Kerr on US-China air service.

@e_russell “We’re basically back to 2011 levels and that’s before adjusting for inflation,” says @AirlinesDotOrg’s Heimlich on US airfares.

@winglets747 Confirming the expected, Singapore Airlines in next year will retire 4x A380s. These r some of first in world, hv production inefficiencies.

Video Picks:

Airborne 05.18.17: Snowbirds Re-Train, 200th Cabri G2, Rockford AirFest DOA

Aviation: CAA engages international airlines over future growth of operations

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Eoghan Corry Laptop Ban May 17 2017 

Introducing the Bombardier FlightAdvantage 


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