Published on May 31st, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 31/05/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 May:

India Aviation industry newsletter 29 May: 

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 May:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 May:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 May:

Aircraft Update:

M-ABKL ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1028  Elix Aviation Capital Ferried Toulouse Francazal-Toulouse-Tallinn 29/05/17.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus adds 11th Airbus A330 to growing North American fleet: 

Boeing delivers first 737-800 with short field performance package to Ryanair: 

Bombardier CSeries CS300 aircraft lands in Dublin Airport: 

Global Aviation News:

Air France-KLM’s new ‘Boost’ airline to be aimed at millennials, but flown by same old pilots

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Amazon is starting to experience the headache of having an airline

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AirAsia progresses towards becoming an Asean airline

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BA Fiasco Shows Air’s Getting Thinner for Legacy Airlines

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Blockchain and the airline industry: ready for take-off?

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Boeing’s Bombardier complaint designed to prevent larger CSeries: Documents

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CBI To Probe Air India’s Aircraft Orders, Merger With Indian Airlines

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Congo Airways poised to go up, up and away …

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Emirates Is Shrinking Its First-Class Cabins

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Kuwait Airways welcomes 7th Boeing 777-300ER – Full 777-300ER fleet to be in commercial service by Q3 2017

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London’s Gatwick Airport to maximize existing capacity

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Sky Airline’s Price War Paying Off as It Snaps at the Heels of Latam

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Irish Aviation News:

Air Canada returns to the Dublin-Toronto route from 30 October with A330-300

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Airport passenger numbers up across the board but down slightly in Shannon and Cork

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ASG receives approval to operate as an Approved Training Organisation (ATO) of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)

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BA Just Made Ryanair Look Charming, Competent and Cuddly

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Datalex Labs set the course for the future state airline “API Airways”

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Eight British Airways flights from Dublin cancelled over IT failure

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Latest contract win with Acumen Aviation highlights Commsoft OASES’ versatility

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Norwegian 737MAX 8 S17 service entry changes as of 29MAY17 – Ireland Routes

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Ryanair CFO: Lots of opportunities all across Europe

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Ryanair: Full Year Profits Rise 6% To €1.316 Bn

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Ryanair Earnings Gain 6% as Carrier Seeks More Boeing Jets

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Standard and Poor’s: Ranking Affirmed At STRONG On ORIX Aviation Systems As A Commercial Aircraft Lease Servicer; Outlook Stable

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Swiss International to operate once off Geneva-Dublin Bombardier CS300 service 21 June

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Norwegian 737MAX 8 overall inaugural flight has been revised to 20JUN17.

@Airlineroute 2/3 of Norwegian (D8) 737MAX 8 Trans-Atlantic service in July/August 2017 will be operated by Norwegian (DY) 737-800 instead.

@cjmcginnis 38% of global passengers bring laptops on board, and 42% of those use them @WSJ.

@JohnLStrickland  Small rise in profits for #Ryanair @Ryanair in tough market conditions, fares down, loadfactors up. Strong concerns on #Brexit impact.

@R_Wall  Ryanair to extend leases on some Boeing 737-800s, may pick up new ones opportunistically if delivery slots free up at Boeing.

Video Picks:

Airborne-Unmanned 05.30.17: Wynne Testifies, Drone Av FUSE, Camcopter S-100

Delta Our Brand New A350 Takes Flight!

Ryanair CEO: Not a ‘chance in hell’ fares going up

Ryanair CEO: There’s another risk of laptop ban on airlines

Ryanair: ‘very real chance’ UK flights could be paused

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