Published on May 26th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/05/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen’s Ameya Gore Qualifies as a Certified ISTAT Appraiser:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 22 May:

India Aviation industry newsletter 22 May:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 22 May:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 22 May:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 22 May:

Aircraft Update:

LY-GTW Boeing 737-4S3 c/n 24166 GetJet Air Test at Vilnius 24/05/17 prior introduction to service 24/05/17 ex EI-DNM.

N672AW Airbus A320-232 c/n 2193 SmartAvia (Nordavia) Delivered El Salvador-Gander-Shannon 24/25-05/17.

OM-NAS Boeing 737-86J c/n 32920 Alba Star Positioned Bratislava-Milan Malpensa 25/05/17 ex EI-GAT.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Airbus A350-1000 Ireland overflights: 

Ryanair adds seven brand new 737-800 aircraft in April increasing fleet to 391: 

Global Aviation News:

Air Berlin: Progress achieved in business restructuring

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AirAsia: No merger with AirAsia X

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Cessna Flights for the Masses

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Cheap pond hoppers: The impact of low-cost carriers

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Etihad celebrates delivery of its 10th Airbus A380

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Eurowings opens Palma de Mallorca base

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Fraport looks to low cost carriers for future growth

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Indian airlines continue to oppose 100% FDI. Fear of Qatar Airways’ India plans?

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In the ultra-long haul, ‘hub’ airports may be left behind

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Passengers at the Bengaluru airport in India can now board with a simple wave of the hand

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Startup Wants to Transform Travel Enthusiasts Into Online Agents

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UAE, Qatari Airlines Should ‘Play Fair’: U.S. Airline Group

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Wizz Air soars to record profits as Brexit effect fails to materialise

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Irish Aviation News:

Click&Go founders hope their success inspires others to take the plunge

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Fred Browne, Aergo Capital: “Aergo is an entirely different company now”

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IAG could lose market share due to Air Europa-Ryanair agreement

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Malaysia Airlines boss revelling in the road less travelled

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Malaysia chief Bellew targets superjumbo charter growth

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MAS CEO Peter Bellew rules out premium economy on A350s

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Norwegian Air sale sees 6,000 US return flights cost under €190

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Norwegian confident on deal for Europe to US flights with low-fare model

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Plans for Dublin runway could be about to enter holding pattern

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Ryanair announces connecting flights and that it will sell Air Europa long-haul flights as part of its ‘Always Getting Better’ programme

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Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary backs ‘more risky’ Leo Varadkar

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Ryanair may have to stop selling UK flights next year

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Ryanair will move UK fleet – but not to Dublin

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Stobart Executive Jet Center Opens at London Southend

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Travel tech firm OpenJaw to create at least 50 jobs in Ireland

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Tweet Picks:

@jonostrower Not a lot of details about C9X9 yet. 234t MTOW, 233” fuselage, 3 variants, 9ab-281pax/6,500nm, 61m span, 63m long.

@LeehamNews  Today Boeing has MAX 7, 8, 9, 10, 787-10, 777-8, 9 and it claims BBD is poised to put it out of business. ~6x size of BBD in revenues.

@sylvainfaust  #Delta: “#Boeing MAX rooted in 1960s design,an inefficient shrink of the MAX 8 and uneconomic vs the #CSeries.

@sylvainfaust Further ETOPS certification #CSeries CS300 FTV8 Flying #Montreal-#Dublin-Montreal today. #Bombardier #avgeek.

@winglets747  Cebu suspends Gulf routes: 1. Gulf airline over-capacity 2. Opportunity to redeploy high density A330s around Asian markets.

Video Picks:

Global 7000 – New Program Progress Update

Michael O’Leary Alitalia restructure wil be good for Ryanair

Michael O’Leary Brexit will force breakup of IAG

Michael O’Leary Dublin airport T3 should be private & where it should be built

Michael O’Leary No shortage of candidates for CEO of the DAA

Michael O’Leary Ryanair are negotiating 600 aircraft with Boeing for 2023 to 2028

Michael O’Leary Supports parallel runway at Dublin airport

Michael O’Leary Ryanair wanted to walk passengers through the original terminal


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