Published on June 28th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 28/06/2017
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
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
Boeing Growth To Be Driven By Asia
Etihad Wants You to Pay For Its Empty Seats
Flying Taxis, Killer Drones and Five More Paris Air-Show Highlights
GoAir Plans Fleet Expansion To Catch Up With Peers
How Finnair CEO plans to crack the Chinese market
How a Leader in Short-Haul Trips Can Be a Long Haul Leader
Insiders Reveal What’s Trending in Travel Right Now
Layovers That Give Travelers a Break and Hub Cities a Boost
Read more: https://nyti.ms/2tFnjlX
Norwegian Air CEO Is More Worried About UK Passenger Taxes Than Brexit
Qatar Seeks 10% of American Air, Escalating ‘Open Skies’ Battle
Why Oman’s SalamAir is bullish about the growth of low cost carriers
Irish Aviation News:
Boeing and Datalex partner with IASC and DCU to support high-flying aviation start-ups at Shannon
Dublin Airport’s Marqette Wins Food Hall Of The Year At FAB Awards
First ever direct flight from Asia to Ireland sold out
Minister selects tenderer to review needs of Dublin Airport
Qatar Airways Lines Up For Success In Irish Market
Tensions mount at Aer Lingus amid cabin crew rostering row
Tourism Ireland SOAR (Situation & Outlook Analysis Report) June 2017
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 25 June
Why Ryanair is right to worry about post-Brexit flyers being ‘back on boats’
70 airlines, 500+ delegates to attend Future Travel Experience Ancillary in Dublin next week – Ryanair’s MOL to give keynote
€1,109,430 announced for Knock airport
@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.
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