Published on May 31st, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 31/05/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 May: http://bit.ly/2qytrKQ
India Aviation industry newsletter 29 May: http://bit.ly/2rx4zIr
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 May: http://bit.ly/2s6mSRV
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 May: http://bit.ly/2r3NJPP
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 May: http://bit.ly/2rf3wM9
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: http://bit.ly/2rs8Blo
Boeing delivers first 737-800 with short field performance package to Ryanair: http://bit.ly/2rbQH5j
Bombardier CSeries CS300 aircraft lands in Dublin Airport: http://bit.ly/2qukIta
Global Aviation News:
Air France-KLM’s new ‘Boost’ airline to be aimed at millennials, but flown by same old pilots
Amazon is starting to experience the headache of having an airline
AirAsia progresses towards becoming an Asean airline
BA Fiasco Shows Air’s Getting Thinner for Legacy Airlines
Blockchain and the airline industry: ready for take-off?
Boeing’s Bombardier complaint designed to prevent larger CSeries: Documents
CBI To Probe Air India’s Aircraft Orders, Merger With Indian Airlines
Congo Airways poised to go up, up and away …
Emirates Is Shrinking Its First-Class Cabins
Kuwait Airways welcomes 7th Boeing 777-300ER – Full 777-300ER fleet to be in commercial service by Q3 2017
London’s Gatwick Airport to maximize existing capacity
Sky Airline’s Price War Paying Off as It Snaps at the Heels of Latam
Irish Aviation News:
Air Canada returns to the Dublin-Toronto route from 30 October with A330-300
Airport passenger numbers up across the board but down slightly in Shannon and Cork
ASG receives approval to operate as an Approved Training Organisation (ATO) of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
BA Just Made Ryanair Look Charming, Competent and Cuddly
Datalex Labs set the course for the future state airline “API Airways”
Eight British Airways flights from Dublin cancelled over IT failure
Latest contract win with Acumen Aviation highlights Commsoft OASES’ versatility
Norwegian 737MAX 8 S17 service entry changes as of 29MAY17 – Ireland Routes
Ryanair CFO: Lots of opportunities all across Europe
Ryanair: Full Year Profits Rise 6% To €1.316 Bn
Ryanair Earnings Gain 6% as Carrier Seeks More Boeing Jets
Standard and Poor’s: Ranking Affirmed At STRONG On ORIX Aviation Systems As A Commercial Aircraft Lease Servicer; Outlook Stable
Swiss International to operate once off Geneva-Dublin Bombardier CS300 service 21 June
@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.
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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