Published on June 28th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/06/2017

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:

CN-RGV Boeing 737-85P c/n 33982 Royal Air Maroc Delivered Dublin-Casablanca 23/06/17 Eastern Airlines cs, for paint ex N280EA.

N196WQ DHC8-402 c/n 4196 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Coeur D’Alene-Duluth-Montreal 20/0/17 after storage.

N208WQ DHC8-402 c/n 4208 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Coeur D’Alene-Toronto  22/0/17 after storage.

TC-YAG Embraer 190LR c/n 19000263 BoraJet ferried 23jun17 Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen-Bydgoszcz after storage ex EI-FCN.

Global Aviation News:

Airline and Aerospace in Newfoundland

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Boeing Growth To Be Driven By Asia

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Etihad Wants You to Pay For Its Empty Seats

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Flying Taxis, Killer Drones and Five More Paris Air-Show Highlights

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GoAir Plans Fleet Expansion To Catch Up With Peers

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How Finnair CEO plans to crack the Chinese market

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How a Leader in Short-Haul Trips Can Be a Long Haul Leader

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Insiders Reveal What’s Trending in Travel Right Now

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Layovers That Give Travelers a Break and Hub Cities a Boost

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Norwegian Air CEO Is More Worried About UK Passenger Taxes Than Brexit

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Qatar Seeks 10% of American Air, Escalating ‘Open Skies’ Battle

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Why Oman’s SalamAir is bullish about the growth of low cost carriers

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Irish Aviation News:

Boeing and Datalex partner with IASC and DCU to support high-flying aviation start-ups at Shannon

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Dublin Airport’s Marqette Wins Food Hall Of The Year At FAB Awards

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First ever direct flight from Asia to Ireland sold out

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Minister selects tenderer to review needs of Dublin Airport

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Qatar Airways Lines Up For Success In Irish Market

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Tensions mount at Aer Lingus amid cabin crew rostering row

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Tourism Ireland SOAR (Situation & Outlook Analysis Report) June 2017

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 25 June

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Why Ryanair is right to worry about post-Brexit flyers being ‘back on boats’

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70 airlines, 500+ delegates to attend Future Travel Experience Ancillary in Dublin next week – Ryanair’s MOL to give keynote

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€1,109,430 announced for Knock airport

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Tweet Picks:

@airlinewriter Tenn. congressman will try to add minimum-pitch requirement to FAA reauthorization bill. Getting a free hot meal in economy is more likely.

@jonostrower Boeing’s Kevin McAllister on Max 10, hinting at launch: “The airplane looks great and we’ve got a lot of customers interested.” #PAS17.

@R_Wall Boeing Commercial Airplanes boss about Middle-of-the-Market plane: “we see an opportunity for an airplane that fits that space”.

@tonyfernandes Due to huge demand managed to get some aircraft from airbus . Bought 14 for 2018 2019. We need more and will be leasing.

@winglets747 Qatar CEO Al Baker told CAPA last Oct of investments in two more airlines – and that they would be quality airlines.

@winglets747 Qatar can’t buy more than $81 million in American stock without a green light from U.S. authorities under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act.

Video Picks:

Air Canada CEO Says Airlines Deserve Higher Multiples

CityJet CAE Climb High Mentored Cadet Pilot Programme

Eddie Goggins Flying Aeros in a CAP 232 in Ireland 

Former American Airlines CEO ‘Mystified’ by Qatar Bid

TUI CEO Says Weaker Pound Dampens Demand for Tourism


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