Published on June 29th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 29/06/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 28 June: http://bit.ly/2tX8JHh
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 June: http://bit.ly/2tnNAcx
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 28 June: http://bit.ly/2tjmIdm
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 28 June: http://bit.ly/2tk1MlO
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 June: http://bit.ly/2s1bzcW
CC-BAP Airbus A320-214 c/n 4815 Air Asia India Ferried San Jose-Punta Cana-Ponta Delgada-Dublin 26-28/06/17.
N762CK Boeing 767-3P6 c/n 26236 Kalitta Air Ferried Oscoda-Mexico City 25/06/17 ex EI-UND.
N920FD Boeing 757-23A(F) c/n 24289 Fedex to Lufthansa Technik 20/06/17.
SX-DVL Airbus A320-232 c/n 2423 Aegean Airlines to Lufthansa Technik 23/06/17.
Global Aviation News:
Air New Zealand plans widebody order for new long haul flights: New York is a priority
Boeing wins Paris orders race with high demand for MAX aircraft
Hainan Air Seeks Assets Abroad to Build Global Network
Inflight movies in doubt as Wi-Fi takes off in the skies
Low-cost carriers eyeing Asian long-haul market
Okay Airways plans for 787s, 17th Chinese airline to have widebodies. Okay will compete with HNA
SAS: first lower cost non-Scandinavian bases will be Málaga and (expensive, congested) Heathrow
Spain’s long-haul summer season heats up
Stewart hosts NY Air Show, European flights this weekend
Tata Can’t Carry Air India’s Excess Baggage
Thai Airways Aims to Buy Almost 30 Planes to Modernize Fleet
The global airlines industry will see accelerated growth by 2021, says MarketLine
The World’s Top Airline Stock Is SpiceJet With 124% Advance
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap latest to commit to MAX 10 as Boeing builds 737 MAX orders
Aergo Capital Acquires Two ATR72-500s, Leases To Afrijet
Airline yet to apply for Irish licence stops selling tickets
Boy (10) becomes State’s youngest qualified commercial drone pilot
Departures that left cloudy skies
Four new routes to UK on the way – regardless of Brexit
Home-owners near new Dublin runway to be offered 30% extra to sell
Ryanair joins Dublin Airport runway row action as notice party
Tourism Ireland welcomes +3% growth – 107,800 additional overseas visitors – for January-May 2017
‘We own the future of travel – nobody is going to get remotely bloody close to us’ -Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary
West Atlantic to lease four 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters from GECAS, becoming the first operator worldwide of type
€1.94m in funding announced for regional airports
@Oliver__Clark IAG accelerated its plans for Level when Norwegian announced its own Barcelona long-haul plans says strategy head Robert Boyle #ftedublin.
@Oliver__Clark Ryanair will reach its limit and ‘tap out’ when it has 40% of European short haul market or 350ml pax a yr says Michael O’Leary #FTEDublin.
@WandrMe Asked “would you distribute Level flights via Ryanair?” IAG declines to answer, “but not an immediate no.” #fteDublin.
@WandrMe IAG says it soon will be trialing the biometric boarding that @JetBlue just introduced in BOS. #PaxEx #fteDublin.
@WandrMe Only one new route for Ryanair at @DublinAirport this year. MOL says once the airport adds incentives it’ll grow more. #fteDublin #paxex.
@WandrMe “Our pax are willingness to pay more than on ULCCs for better #PaxEx. But not much more.” #Ancillary/product on Iberia Express. #fteDublin.
Bombardier CS300 dedicated to Western Switzerland | SWISS
Charlotte Chamber Aviation Symposium
Embraer Air Display at the Paris Air Show 2017
India to Witness Rapid Aviation Growth: Boeing India Head Pratyush Kumar
Qatar Airways Seeks 10% Stake in American Airlines
Thank You For Choosing Us Skytrax 2017 | Emirates Airlines