Published on June 16th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/06/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 June:

India Aviation industry newsletter 12 June:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 June:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12 June:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 June:

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: 

Aircraft Update:

EI-FPO Candair CRJ900 c/n 15434 Cityjet Delivered Montréal-Keflavik-Trondheim 14/06/17 in SAS Airlines colours.

Global Aviation News:

Airline stocks finally back to pre-9/11 levels

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Boeing Makes The Case For Its New Midsize Airplane

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Boeing Wins $5.8 Billion Jet Order From China Aircraft Leasing (CALC)

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Book Flights This Summer While Fuel Costs Stay Cheap

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Commercial Aircraft Buyers Enjoy Unprecedented Capital Access

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EasyJet to offer passengers VIP handling option at London Luton

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Emirates Fined After Two ‘Unsafe Incidents’ in China

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Finnair claims ground transport revolution with PNR-integrated web bookings

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Former Air Traffic Control Chiefs Back Trump’s Privatization Plan

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ICAO Says It’s Reviewing Qatar’s Requests on Flight Restrictions

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Icelandair CEO: Transatlantic business remains a challenge

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Industry Prepares Widebody Entries as Market ‘Rebalances’

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Japan’s Peach Aviation to Accept Payment in Bitcoin  

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More Flight Delays, Cancellations for U.S. Airlines in April

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus launches Irish Filmmaker Competition with Irish Film Board

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Aer Lingus staff making a big difference in Glasnevin

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Arctic Aviation Assets converts two 737 MAX options

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Dublin Airport focused on technological innovation and stakeholder collaboration to enhance passenger experience

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IT meltdown has cost British Airways £80m so far, says Willie Walsh

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Jonathan Swift and Tom Crean named as low-cost airline’s ‘tail fin heroes’

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Non-British visitors vital post-Brexit – tourist chief

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Philip Hammond accused of delaying DUP deal in row over Northern Ireland airport taxes

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Review into Ireland’s airport capacity to begin

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Ryanair considers bigger planes as it eyes 160m passengers a year

Two year wait for Knock Airport master plan to be implemented

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Tweet Picks:

@CAPA_Aviation Korea has so many LCCs despite none being foreign joint-ventures #CAPAsummit.

@CAPA_Aviation Spring Airlines: before we consider long-haul, want to get feed and scale right #CAPAsummit.

@CAPA_Aviation 9 Air: our first 737 MAX in 2018 will let us fly to far western China and northern Japan #CAPAsummit.

@jonostrower Nearly 16 years later, airline stocks finally back to pre-9/11 levels.

@winglets747  VietJet discloses at #CAPAsummit it is talking to Japan Airlines about codeshare access to North America. ANA has stake in Vietnam Airlines.

Video Picks:

Embraer Leasing Company Conference – ELCC 2017

Enabling B1 mechanics to perform A350 XWB CFRP damage assessment

E195-E2: The Birth of The Profit Hunter

First Look: A350 Debuts Delta Livery

U.A.E. supercar flies on Emirates | Emirates SkyCargo


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