Published on July 3rd, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/07/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Aircraft Assets Available for Sale:

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:

EI-FDA Airbus A319-112 c/n 1618 Airspeed Ireland Leasing Registered 28/06/17 parked Abu Dhabi ex A6-RRC.

N279EA Boeing 737-86J c/n 36881 Eastern Airways Ferried Montréal-Shannon-Olbia 30/06/17 for Meridiana.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Airbus A320 EI-GAM Delivered: 

Global Aviation News:

Air India Divestment Set In Motion

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Amsterdam Airport Tests Express Lane for Light Travelers

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Airway Routes Could Soon Become Extinct in Europe

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Boeing ‘797’ doesn’t exist yet. One airline already says it wants it first

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F-35 Unreliability Risks Strain on Pentagon Budget, Tester Says

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How America’s Aircraft Carriers Could Become Obsolete

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IAG sees growing roles for AI, virtual reality in airlines

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NetJets Receives 50th Challenger 350, 30th Global

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Norwegian Air chief aims for more low-cost Seattle-Europe routes

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Southwest Becomes Latest Airline to Reduce Flights to Cuba

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U.S. Demands Overseas Airport Security Boost, Not Laptop Ban

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus’s CEO insists its controversial loyalty scheme is ‘of value to the market’

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After a 56-year wait Cork gets US direct flight

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DAA warns curbs on new Dublin runway could cost 17,000 jobs

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Dublin Airport saw record number of passenger journeys in 2016

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EI-FYA Boeing 737-8 MAX Norwegian Delivered

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EI-FYB Boeing 737-8 MAX Norwegian Delivered

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Irish duo steer Norwegian’s transatlantic Max flagship

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It’s why I fly – Community – Dublin Trip Saturday 1 July

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KL-Darwin route losing money in 10 years, says MAS CEO Peter Bellew

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Memorial to victims of R116 tragedy is unveiled in Castlebar

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Norwegian boss says airline has a three-year US headstart

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Norwegian’s historic transatlantic flights take off from Ireland

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Plans To Expand Norwegian Air Services From Shannon

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement July 1 2017

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Trump’s travel ban: Uncertainty over impact on Irish airports

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Walsh: IAG’s Level and Vueling on standby to fill Alitalia capacity

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Tweet Picks:

@atterseeluftfah  IAG CEO Willie Walsh:  New long haul LCC Level will operate from Rome Fiumicino to fill possible @Alitalia gap. @A4Europe @British_Airways

@A4Europe “Airlines need to have full transparency were airports are investing – passengers will benefit” says @Finnair CEO #avgeek #EUAviation25.

@campaignforleo Congratulations to @CorkAirport on its transatlantic debut More to come #FlyNorwegian.

@ldonceel  “Flying in Europe has never been cheaper, but costs of airport on the high” – IAG CEO W Walsh to the EP.

@winglets747 If AA board rejects Qatar Airways stake, could AA go extreme and use it as opportunity to cut ties with Qatar and Etihad?.

@winglets747 NZ transport ministry thought there was no chance of another operator HK-NZ. Now full double daily in summer.

Video Picks:

Additonal airline tax ‘unnecessary’ and treats passengers like ‘piggy banks’: Nicholas Calio 


How to Tell You’re on a Boeing 737 MAX

Interview with Rodin Lyasoff, CEO of A³ by Airbus

Jackie Chan celebrates Hong Kong Airlines’ inaugural flight to Vancouver

Norwegian Air Shuttle CEO: Low costs, high standards fuel strategy

Qatar Airways seeks stake in American Airlines


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