Published on June 8th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief 08/06/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 6 June:

India Aviation industry newsletter 6 June:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 6 June:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 6 June:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 June:

Aircraft Update:

C-FTDW Boeing 737-808 c/n 34704 Sunwing Airlines Ferried Toronto Pearson-Dublin-Warsaw 01/02-06/17 on wet-lease to Travel Service Poland.

EI-FVU Boeing 737-800 c/n 42088 Norwegian Air International Delivered Boeing Field-Oslo 01/06/17.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Atlantic Aviation Group appoint new Non-Executive Director: 

Rwandair fourth Boeing 737-800 delivered through Shannon Airport: 

Ryanair adds seven brand new 737-800 aircraft in May increasing fleet to 398: 

Global Aviation News:

Air India Privatization? Aviation Ministry In Process Of Preparing Cabinet Note

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Airbus to Cut A380 Output Below One a Month If No New Orders

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Airbus Braces for Life After Leahy

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Airline-Industry Profit Outlook Improves as Europe Bounces Back

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Bombardier Says Korean Air Will Get Revised Engine on C Series

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Britain needs a second flag-carrier

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Etihad Open to `Deepening’ Alitalia Ties as Bidding Kicks Off

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Jet Airways Said to Mull Boeing Max 10 as It Nears 50-Jet Order

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King & Wood Mallesons closes acquisition and refinancing transaction for Minsheng Financial Leasing

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LOT Polish Airlines CEO says can grow without an investor

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Middle East Has Too Many Airlines, Qatar Airways Has Big Problems and Boeing May Be Hurt

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Rolls-Royce May Jump 85% by 2020, Hedge Fund Tybourne Says

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Singapore Airlines Says Job Cuts Are Possible in Business Review

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SkyTeam envisions membership for low-cost carriers

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This Is the Future of Business-Class Seats

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Why are human travel agents still so much better than websites?

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Irish Aviation News:

CityJet slows Avro disposals

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IAA The State Safety Plan 2017-2020

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Irish air travellers pay more than UK and French counterparts

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Michael O’Leary sells four million Ryanair shares for €72m

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Qantas boss Alan Joyce backs share price to keep rising as airline focuses on more cost cutting

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Ryanair and Lufthansa in the running for Alitalia assets

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Ryanair denies deliberately separating passengers to make money

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Ryanair Looks For Opportunities In European Peers’ Upheaval

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Ryanair May 2017 Traffic Grows 11% To 11.8m Customers

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SMBC Aviation Capital’s inaugural issuance of senior unsecured notes wins the Finance Dublin Debt Capital Markets Corporate Bonds Deal of the Year Award

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Stobart Air MD discusses €25m expansion

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Stobart Air to add jet aircraft to fleet as part of €25m expansion

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Walsh’s meltdown over the BA meltdown

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Tweet Picks:

@chrismasoneraa EU airports made up 35% of all global runway incursion reports during 2016 . Hazard identification & risk analysis is critical @eraaorg.

@JournoDannyAsia IATA estimates worldwide electronics ban would cost US$3.3bn #IATAAGM.

@MaslenAviation  Daily @flyLAXairport – @ChangiAirport link of @united to operate at edge of #Boeing #787-9 range envelope of 14,140km – just 139km to spare!

@RunwayGirl .@IATA won’t “place bets” on the likelihood the #electronicsban will be expanded; is calling on govs to more closely collaborate. #IATAAGM.

@theAPEXassoc .@British_Airways, @HeathrowAirport and @SITAonline are using #blockchain to test better ways of sharing #data.

Video Picks:

All-New Diamond DA62 NXi – LifeStyle Aviation – Featuring Garmin NXi

IATA Interview Christoph Mueller

IATA Interview Peter Bellew

Pilatus PC-24 Business Jet In Production, Nearing Certification – AINtv

Presentation SkyTeam IATA AGM 2017

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