Published on June 20th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/06/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 June:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 June:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 June:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19 June:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 June:

Aircraft Update:

EI-GCC Airbus A320-233 c/n 2044 Ernest Airways Ferried Toulouse/Francazal-Loudres 19/06/17 ex PR-MBL.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Adds Cost-Saving Upgrades to A380 to Boost Sales

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Air Serbia drafts development strategy

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Alitalia in administration: attempts business as usual with long haul growth; labour unrest remains

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American Airline Scuttles Plan For Tighter Economy Cabin Seating

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Boeing: MAX 8 doing well with launch customer Malindo Air

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Boeing Takes on Airbus With $30 Billion Flurry for Biggest 737

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Bombardier Sees More C Series Orders by End of Year

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Carriers have yet to win over agencies in battles with GDSs

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Ethiopian Air Said to Plan $3 Billion Deal for Airbus A350s

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Moody’s: US airports will be pressured by expansion plans, but airlines have the capacity to absorb costs

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‘No Borders, Only Horizons’ Qatar Ad Says Amid Shut Gulf Skies

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Pratt & Whitney to Power IAG 47 Airbus A320neo Aircraft

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Saudi Arabia outsources airport operations

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Two U.S. Airports Test Fingerprint Scans As a Replacement for IDs

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Irish Aviation News:

A new ‘five-star’ airline is flying from Dublin – with free Doha stopovers

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Boeing, AerCap Announce Order for 30 787-9 Dreamliners

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Boeing, CDB Aviation Lease Finance Sign Commitment for 737 MAX, 787 Dreamliners

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Boeing, GECAS Announce Order for 20 737 MAX 10s

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CDB Aviation Lease Finance Orders LEAP-1B-Powered B737 MAX Aircraft

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CDPQ & GE Capital Aviation Services to join forces in creating USD 2-billion global aircraft financing platform

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GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) orders 100 A320neo aircraft

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Interview: Kevin Cullinane, Cork Airport

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Malaysia Air Nears A330Neo Deal Though Price Is Sticking Point – CEO Peter Bellew

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Ryanair shares tipped to soar despite airline sector challenges

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Start feeling cabin pressure – to buy goods while you fly

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TrueNoord closes financing facility for two Embraer E190 aircraft leased by Air Astana

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Warning That Shannon Could Be Badly Affected By Brexit

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Tweet Picks:

@Airbus John Leahy: “Comparing the #A321neoLR vs. the MAX10: we have 10 more seats, more range (+1000nm) & up to 10% lower fuel burn” #PAS17

@jonostrower GE: Already submitted 3 rounds of proposals to Boeing on CFM engine for 797/NMA. One or two slots available under the wing. Not 3. #PAS17

@jonostrower GE’s David Joyce says Boeing and Airbus have asked GE for 800 more Leap/CFM56s from 2017-2019 than first planned. #PAS17.

@R_Wall Boeing to again cut outlook for passenger Very Large Aircraft in next 20-year forecast.

@R_Wall Boeing Commercial Airplanes boss sees demand for MOM-type aircraft of around 4,000 planes.

@sharingingrowth Less than 10% of world’s population has flown in an aeroplane says @SpiritAero.

@spectatorindex China has built over 115 new airports over the past twenty-five years, going from 94 airports to over 210.

Video Picks:

Boeing Paris Air Show 2017 Order announcements

Boeing Played Big on the Opening Day of the Paris Air Show

Dassault’s Falcon 8X Business Jet Flies at Paris Air Show 2017 – AINtv Express

Lockheed Martin’s F-35A Flying Display at Paris Air Show 2017 – AINtv Express

Ryanair’s CMO, Kenny Jacobs In an interview with 5 Live Wake up to Money’s Sean Farrington

The New Boeing 737 MAX 10


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