Published on June 19th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/06/2017

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:

To be updated

Aircraft Update:

HB-AFM ATR72-202(F) c/n 364 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Cologne-Shannon 17/06/17 to become EI-SLU.

OO-SNI Airbus A320-214 c/n 1983 Brussels Airlines Delivered Prague-Brussels 16/06/17 ex EI-EZW.

Global Aviation News:

Backed by Buffett, American Air CEO Seeks Wall Street Buy-In

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Boeing in Talks for $1.8 Billion 737 Max Sale to Blue Air

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Boeing Near $5 Billion in Max 10 Deals With Asian Airlines

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Bombardier Keeps Faith in C Series Delivery Schedule

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Brexit: Sleep-walking towards disaster for aviation | Chris Chalk

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British Airways Owner Says Power Outage Cost 80 Million Pounds

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Cathay Pacific Cargo Haul, Not Passengers, Helps Win Hearts

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CFM nears ETOPS approval for Leap engines

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Data from Skyscanner is helping airlines assess low-cost transatlantic potential

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Embraer Shifts Pitch ‘From Price to Value’

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Goldman prefers LCCs over flags

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Orders secondary as Boeing and Airbus switch race to huge backlogs

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‘SAS Dreams’ positions the airline as guide for branded experiences

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Transatlantic low-cost ‘could be about to take off’

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The Sales Success Of The Boeing 737 MAX

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Irish Aviation News:

Bombardier Belfast pay dispute ends as deal is signed 

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Eurocontrol Permanent Commission appoints Mr Eamonn Brennan as new Director General from 1 January 2018

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh believes it would be “cleaner” that Alitalia would disappear [Spanish]

Read more: plans one-time Belfast – Newark flight in Dec 2017

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McCann FitzGerald partner named Best in Aviation at business awards

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Norwegian Confirms First 737 MAX Delivery Date 29 June 

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Norwegian Air International launches transatlantic services from Edinburgh to US

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Norwegian eyes flight pact with Ryanair or EasyJet this year

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Op-Ed: Ryanair’s Becoming A ‘Normal’ Airline?

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement Dippity Doha, Qatar Airways join Dublin’s burgeoning departures board

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Waypoint Leasing Extends over $390M in Revolving Credit Facility Commitments

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Tweet Picks:

@airwayslive .@Fly_Norwegian confirms their new @BoeingAirplanes 737 MAX delivery date is now June 29th. EIS “this summer.”

@bealestic  #ParisAirForum J Varadi (wizzair) says “Paris is the most protected market in EU” N Stubbler (Transavia) answers it’s wrong.

@LaTribune Germany is the most exciting market for @Ryanair while UK is the most complicated one due to #Brexit says @Kenny_Jacobs #ParisAirForum.

@LaTribune  “There is a gap in the market btwn lower scale and higher scale (Boeing and Airbus).” C. McCormick (China Aircraft Leasing) #ParisAirForum.

@LeehamNews This is what we heard, China could order 200 aircraft to appease Trump. MAX 10 likely a part of it.

Video Picks:

A380plus: Even more efficient, still unique

Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner and 737 MAX 9 Fly Together in Dramatic Display

Building the GE Aviation Display | GE Aviation at the Paris Air Show

No Borders, Only Horizons – Qatar Airways

Pilots Warm Up | Paris Airshow 2017


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