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Published on June 14th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley

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Daily Aviation Brief – 14/06/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 June: http://bit.ly/2rhhAWZ
India Aviation industry newsletter 12 June: http://bit.ly/2sewIDu
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 June: http://bit.ly/2ste9vZ
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12 June: http://bit.ly/2sk00BG
 
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 June: http://bit.ly/2sTfKsh
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Atlantic Aviation Group appoint new Non-Executive Director: http://bit.ly/2qU1DBJ
Rwandair fourth Boeing 737-800 delivered through Shannon Airport: http://bit.ly/2sPMPEN
Ryanair adds seven brand new 737-800 aircraft in May increasing fleet to 398: http://bit.ly/2qR8gER
Aircraft Update:
EI-FMR Boeing 767-304ER c/n 28042 Merdiana departed  Lufthansa Technik 08/06/17.
EI-FNP ATR72-21A c/n 715 A.I.R  Ferried Dinard-Shannon-Dinard 09/06/17 in Afrijet colours.
TC-JNF Airbus A330-202 c/n 463 Alitalia Air Test at Istanbul 08/06/17 to become EI-.
ZS-NTE Douglas DC-3 c/n 11926 Springbok Classic Air Ferried Zweibrücken-Shannon 13/06/17 for painting into Aer Lingus retro colours.
Global Aviation News:
Air France-KLM Boosting Partnerships For Profitability
Brazil’s Most Lucrative Airline Passengers Are Still Grounded
Cathay Pacific and Japan Airlines eye cooperation for more flight choices and better fares
Cobalt – the airline to Cyprus and soon the world as carrier strategies for the long-haul
Flair Airlines purchase of NewLeaf could lead to cheaper flights, better service for Canadian travellers
For Boeing and Airbus, Widebody Demand Is Falling and the A380 Leads the Decline
Honeywell’s Cote Says Holders Resist Call to Spin Off Aerospace
Iran Air to take first Boeing 777-300ER in April 2018
Jeju Air launches Value Alliance
 
KLM CEO on Why His Airline Still Feeds Passengers for Free
Regional carriers: We will prop you
The unknown US airport that could change transatlantic travel forever
Why United Continental Holdings Inc. Stock Surged 13.5% in May
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap: Trades Below Book Value And Strong Pipeline For Growth
AWAS delivers Airbus A320 to VivaAerobus
Belfast International pitches for a slice of Dublin rival’s business with ad campaign
DAA Chief Advises Seanad On Brexit
Dublin Airport enters top 20 for airport connectivity – ACI
Irish company to maintain Boeing’s Dreamliners
Lufthansa boosts Dublin service in W17 
Qatar Airways boss shrugs off crisis as Dublin route launched
 
NAC delivered one ATR 72-500, MSN 773, to Hunnu Air on lease
Ryanair in talks with Boeing over new version of 737 – sources
SMBC boss ‘comfortable’ with position despite competition
Tweet Picks:
 
@CAPA_Aviation HK Express: an airport’s attractive business case is destroyed if there’s a monopoly or bad pricing on fuel and ground handling #CAPAsummit.
@CAPA_Aviation HK Express’ Herbert: airport’s gift is how many companies it awards concessions and contracts to. Not enough ground competition #CAPAsummit.
@CAPA_Aviation  Jeju Air CEO Choi: We don’t have the luxury to choose slots and airports – too much congestion in Asia #CAPAsummit.
@CAPA_Aviation Low cost airlines now have more seats and transport more passengers between Korea and Japan than full-service airlines #CAPAsummit.
@WebInTravel LCCs 34pc of intl flights at Kansai airport, 57pc of domestic flights #CAPASummit.
Video Picks:
 
Aer Lingus@Dulles
Airborne 06.12.17: FLIGHT Act, Bell 505 Jet Ranger X, Snowbirds Resume
China, Luxembourg Sign Deals on Finance, Aviation
Emirates SkyCargo lands in Luxembourg
Watch easyJet’s first of 130 Airbus A320neo aircraft come together

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