Published on June 23rd, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 23/06/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 June: http://bit.ly/2rvbCxt
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 June: http://bit.ly/2sGFUkh
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 19 June: http://bit.ly/2sJOWy3
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 19 June: http://bit.ly/2tjqXm3
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 19 June: http://bit.ly/2sGybD5
EI-FSE Airbus A330-243 c/n 293 I-Fly Delivered Cambridge-Moscow Vnukovo 22/06/17 ex A6-EKT.
OE-IEG Airbus A330-243 c/n 452 Hong Kong Airlines painted at Dublin 19/06/17.
OE-IFL Airbus A330-243 c/n 396 Hong Kong Airlines Ferried Xiamen-Dublin 22/06/17 for paint prior delivery.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus Sales Boss Concedes Paris Defeat But Won’t Go Just Yet
Airline Bumping Protection, Easier Drone Permits Aim of Bill
Airport Dining Rooms So Fancy Business Class Is Excluded
American Airlines Drops Uniform Supplier Amid Health Fears
Beijing’s New Mega Airport Will Challenge Air China’s Dominance
Boeing Tops Airbus in Air-Show Haul for First Time Since ’12
British Airways Plc applies to wet lease nine Qatar registered Airbus A320 or A321 aircraft
Read more: http://publicapps.caa.co.uk/docs/33/2227.pdf
Emirates Balks at A380 Order Until Superjumbo’s Fate Is Clear
IAG’s LEVEL starts four Barcelona routes to Americas; eyes Paris & Rome bases, Asia destinations
Iceland tops ranking for European countries dominated by local carriers; Lithuania and Slovakia among others with no home carriers
Respecting the regionals – the role of small jets and turboprops
Vinci Said to Mull Bid for Controlling Stake in France’s ADP
When it’s literally too hot to fly
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Signs Lease Agreement for Two 737 MAX Aircraft with Neos
AerCap and Primera Air Announce Lease Agreement for Two Airbus A321LR Aircraft
Aviation on the up as Irish firms spend $30bn at air show
Belfast International Airport has given its backing to efforts to persuade the Government to modify or scrap Air Passenger Duty (APD)
Boeing and Datalex partner with IASC and DCU to support high-flying aviation start-ups at Shannon
Dublin-based Powdair raising €4.5m for its ski season takeoff
Dublin Airport Summer Schedule 2017
Read more: http://dublin-airport.online/summer2017/#p=1
EI-FYD B737-8 MAX Norwegian First Flight
Etihad Airways to drop complimentary chauffeur service at Dublin Airport
GECAS Plans to Convert a Further 30 737-800s to Freighters
Ireland breaks one million barrier for North American holidaymakers
Ireland needs to adapt to poach UK talent, says AerCap chief
Ireland-UK air traffic set to break 12.8 million record thanks to euro
MEP calls for government support to promote regional airports including Carrickfinn Airport
RiM wins retail consultancy contract with Aer Lingus
Ryanair Launches Connecting Flights At Milan Bergamo
SAS announces Malaga as the new Spanish base for its proposed Irish subsidiary SAS Ireland
Stellwagen orders C295 transport aircraft in pioneering deal
Waterford Airport Flying High
@e_russell Delta has ordered 30 more A321s to speed its MD-88 retirements.
@MaxK Clark: “If I put those winglets on our current fleet and they improve the performance by 4%, then we’d bite their arms off” #PAS17.
@Oliver__Clark BA seeks to wet-lease Qatar Airways jets during @unitetheunion cabin crew strike.
@Oliver__Clark Norwegian has some ‘challenges’ in its pricing mechanism but is working on ‘more complex’ strategies says network VP Matthew Wood.
@Oliver__Clark Sources tell @misterjamieb Dr Peters considering teardown of its A380s.
@Oliver__Clark Transavia may rethink Munich base closure after ‘very successful’ operation recently airport CEO Dr Michael Kerkloh suggests #ACIParis.
Efficient runway use – Cathal Guiomard
Ethiopian Airlines place repeat order for 10 A350-900 Aircraft
Mitsubishi’s MRJ90 Airliner Makes Public Debut with ANA Livery at Paris Air Show 2017 – AINtv
Qatar Airways Inaugural Flight to Dublin, Ireland
Viva Air commits to 50 A320 Family aircraft
WIZZ Air signs contract for 10 additional A321ceo aircraft Interview
WOW air becomes first A321neo operator in Europe