Published on June 29th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/06/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 28 June:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 June:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 28 June:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 28 June:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 June:

Aircraft Update:

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

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Boeing wins Paris orders race with high demand for MAX aircraft

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Hainan Air Seeks Assets Abroad to Build Global Network

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Inflight movies in doubt as Wi-Fi takes off in the skies

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Low-cost carriers eyeing Asian long-haul market

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Okay Airways plans for 787s, 17th Chinese airline to have widebodies. Okay will compete with HNA

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SAS: first lower cost non-Scandinavian bases will be Málaga and (expensive, congested) Heathrow

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Spain’s long-haul summer season heats up

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Stewart hosts NY Air Show, European flights this weekend

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Tata Can’t Carry Air India’s Excess Baggage

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Thai Airways Aims to Buy Almost 30 Planes to Modernize Fleet

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The global airlines industry will see accelerated growth by 2021, says MarketLine

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The World’s Top Airline Stock Is SpiceJet With 124% Advance

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap latest to commit to MAX 10 as Boeing builds 737 MAX orders

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Aergo Capital Acquires Two ATR72-500s, Leases To Afrijet

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Airline yet to apply for Irish licence stops selling tickets

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Boy (10) becomes State’s youngest qualified commercial drone pilot

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Departures that left cloudy skies

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Four new routes to UK on the way – regardless of Brexit

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Home-owners near new Dublin runway to be offered 30% extra to sell

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Ryanair joins Dublin Airport runway row action as notice party

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Tourism Ireland welcomes +3% growth – 107,800 additional overseas visitors – for January-May 2017

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‘We own the future of travel – nobody is going to get remotely bloody close to us’ -Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary 

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West Atlantic to lease four 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters from GECAS, becoming the first operator worldwide of type

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€1.94m in funding announced for regional airports

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Tweet Picks:

@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.

Video Picks:

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