Published on June 21st, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/06/2017

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:

A9C-DHD Boeing 757-225(PCF) c/n 22611 DHL Int´l Aviation ME Ferried Bahrain-Shannon-Halifax-San José 18/19-06/17 for Aerolease.

D-AZUB Boeing 767-37E c/n 25077 Azur Air (Germany) Ferried Dusseldorf-Antalya 19/06/17 for technical mods ex 2-IDBU.

Global Aviation News:

Aircraft manufacturers embrace the consumer society’s values of built-in obsolescence

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Air NZ eyeing digital retailing improvements to boost ancillary sales

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AirAsia X CEO Takes to Twitter to Call Off Plans to Fly to Europe and California

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Berlin Schoenefeld Airport: dramatic passenger growth figures and it may have an extended shelf life

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Boeing Drops Iconic 747 in New Forecast for Passenger Planes

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Bombardier Wins $1.7 Billion Turboprop Order From India SpiceJet

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Ethiopian Airlines places repeat order for 10 A350-900 Aircraft

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Flybe plans post peak fleet profit progress; new CEO introduces a business improvement plan

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GE Tells Boeing It Won’t Share 797 Engines With Arch-Rivals

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Indians flying abroad need not fill departure cards from July 1

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Malaysia Airlines again adjusts its widebody strategy, to resume long haul growth in 2018

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Oil Producers Stop Hedging as Low Prices Lure Airlines

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Qatar Ranks First for Service With CEO Taking Aim at Blockade

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Rolls-Royce Weighs Tweaking Engine to Give a Lift to Airbus A380

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United Orders 100 of Newest Boeing Jet, Delta Chooses Airbus

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus award Dublin Aerospace 5- Year Landing Gear Contract

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Aergen Launches New Website to Better Serve Customers, Introduce New Team Members

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Airport cycle held in memory of tragic Rescue 116 crew 

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Avolon Signs MOU for 75 Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft Valued at US$8.4 Billion

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Boeing, Ryanair Finalize Order for 10 Additional 737 MAXs

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CDB Aviation Lease Finance Places Order for 45 Airbus A320neo Family Aircraft

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Donabate Artist Exhibits At Airport

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Dublin Airport Welcomes New Service To London Southend

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Flights from Waterford Airport to three UK cities to resume on July 24th

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Ireland has ‘much stronger presence’ at this year’s Paris Air Show

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Stobart Air to launch new Dublin to London Southend route

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SuperJet maker counts on CityJet for takeoff

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Tweet Picks:

@JMulliganIndo . @avolon_aero CCO John Higgins tells @IndoBusiness that it “could well” convert some new @Boeing Max orders into Max 10s. #PAS17 #aviation.

@jonostrower Max 10 a domestic aircraft for United, no seating configuration yet. Will take first 10 in 2020, first Max 9 in April 2018. #PAS17.

@MalsenAviation Very interesting comments from @tonyfernandes today stating @AirAsia now has no intention of returning to #London or even #Europe.

@tonyfernandes AirAsis x is flying.Model is working. We have decided that ultra long haul is not relevant now.Won’t get seduced into price wars over london.

@tonyfernandes  We will stick to the 8 to 9 hours. Our Focus will be asia. With the odd route like hawaii which is actually 8 hours form japan.

@tonyfernandes We let the full service guys fight it out over Europe. Many of them bleeding so so much.

Video Picks:

Air Berlin expects tough 2017, eyes new partners

Airbus introduces Skywise: the beating heart of aviation

Airlines Using 3D Technology To Improve Safety Screening | CNBC

Boeing Looks To Leave Its Pilots On The Ground With Self-Flying Technology | CNBC

Plethora Of New Aircraft Debut At Paris Air Show

Qatar Airways named best airline of 2017


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