Published on June 9th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/06/2017

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:

VP-BRM Airbus A321-131 c/n 802 Red Wings Delivered Norwich-Moscow Domodedovo 08/06/17 ex 2-TBXU.

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:

Arab rift deepens woes for Gulf airlines

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Airlines need Brexit answers. Soon

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Airbus Superjumbo May Get Lifeline as Emirates Mulls 20-Jet Deal

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Air France: Pilots in control of Boost future

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Airline ownership and control rules: at once both irrelevant and enduring

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Boeing’s Rookie Plane Boss Plots Assault on Airbus With New Jets

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Flybe forms alliance with Eastern Airways

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KLM now offers flight information and travel documents on Twitter and WeChat

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Latin America’s airline CEOs discuss the market, liberalisation, challenges & opportunities. Part 2

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Low-cost airlines shake up market for long haul flights

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Qatar Airways Middle East landing & airspace restrictions; wider ramifications for global aviation

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THY denies claims of its interest in Alitalia purchase

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UK Airline easyJet to Shut Hamburg Base in 2018

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What you need to know about Sweden’s proposed new airline tax

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus will include the Bilbao-Dublin route in its winter season [Spanish]

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A new phase of growth for Stobart Air

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Belfast International Airport ready for 2.3 million summer rush passengers

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Brexit will mean fewer flights to the UK and pricier tickets from next Spring – DAA

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IAG CEO Walsh criticizes BA systems shutdown coverage

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Ireland, Iceland launch full virtual joint comms

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NAC sold two ATR 42-500s, MSNs 522 and 526, to Rheinland Air Service

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Norwegian’s Irish flights to proceed despite delay with new aircraft

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Norwegian Boeing 737 MAX 8 Irish inaugurals commence from 1 September 

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Qatar Airways to go ahead with Irish route plan

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Ryanair interested in cooperating with, but not buying, Alitalia

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UK tourism to Ireland in ‘freefall’

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Norwegian 737MAX 8 first revenue flight is now scheduled on 15JUL17, Edinburgh – Oslo.

@BoeingAirplanes Throwing a party for @SouthwestAir as the airline takes delivery of its 737th 737. Thanks for being all #Boeing.

@dominicgates 797 to be built in a new way that is “significantly lower cost” … payback from 787 and 777 investment – @Boeing VP.

@e_russell United has rolled basic economy out to all markets in continental USA, says pres Kirby. Roughly 30% of pax booking basic Y.

@ghimlay  .@SouthwestAir’s Havana flights are pretty full but Santa Clara and Varadero are very spotty and very light, says @gary_kelly.

Video Picks:

Airborne 06.07.17: User Fees On The Way?, Twin Mustang, Czech Sport A/C

Airborne 06.08.17: Red Bull Victory, ‘That’s All Brother’, EAA v ATC Reform

Airbus Routehappy Alliance – Choose a better experience

Boeing’s Everett Site Reaches a Half Century of Gaining Altitude

Bombardier Aerospace 3,000th Learjet Delivered

Qatar airways ban: Interview with aviation expert Desmond Ross


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