Published on July 4th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/07/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 3 July:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 July:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 3 July:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 3 July:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 3 July:

Aircraft Update:

EI-SLV ATR72-202(F) c/n 154  ASL Airlines Ireland being prepare for delivery at East Midlands 03/07/17 ex HB-AFJ.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Airbus A320 EI-GAM Delivered: 

Global Aviation News:

Aeroflot chairman sees prospects for recovery in growth of aviation industry

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Airbus CEO Takes Control of Sales as Bregier Focuses on Ramp-Up

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Air India Employees’ Union To Meet, Plan Stir Against Privatisation

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Avianca Brazil Part 1: slowing domestic expansion amid political uncertainty. Efromovich interview

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Avianca focuses on international expansion; plans new routes to Germany and Argentina

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Boeing’s Latest Plane Is Airlines’ Brand New Way To Make You Uncomfortable While They Make More Money

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Breaker’s Yard Beckons for Airbus A380 If New Homes Aren’t Found

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British Airways Rides Out 16-Day Cabin Strike With Qatar Planes

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European airlines call for review of airport charging systems

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GST Benefits: Firms Must Provide Information To Airlines For Business Class Tickets

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Saudi Arabia to Consider Sale of Stake in Riyadh Airport

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SilkAir to use new 737 MAX fleet to improve premium product, launch Hiroshima and upgrade Cairns

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Singapore Airlines Group reviewing all areas in next phase of ‘transformation’

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U.S. Approves Laptops on Flights From Abu Dhabi, Etihad Says

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2017 Paris Air Show produces an unexpected flurry of ordering. Lessor purchasers were prominent

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus attacks DAA over failures at Dublin Airport

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Aer Lingus hit by €80m pay claim from trade unions

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Atlantic Aviation on hunt for apprentices

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DHL opens life-sciences facility at Dublin Airport

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High hopes for pensioners in Aer Lingus case

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Norwegian’s first routes from Northern Ireland to USA take-off

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Tipperary man Diarmuid Hogan’s role in aviation company continues to soar in the US

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Transatlantic flights ‘here to stay’ vows boss

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12-year-old Mayo boy becomes first passenger on BUMBLEair flight

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Hong Kong Airlines’ new nonstop Vancouver service generates CAD25.2 million of annual GDP for BC, as well as creating 445 new jobs.

@evanblecher  Because of JVs, transatlantic is really just three airlines, so a distinct lack of competition for Norwegian to exploit.

@hharteveldt  About all those people who said they’d boycott @united after UA3411…the #airline flew 2.6% more rev. pax. miles in May 2017 vs. ’16.

@KianiKress  So long cost long haul mainly works transatlantic, for now.

@winglets747 China Airlines reportedly lost US$10 million on New York route (only 5x weekly) in first four months of the year.

Video Picks:

Airbus A380plus ‘cabin enablers’

Boeing vs. Airbus: The middle of the market battle

Lockheed Martin Debuts Civil LM-100J Hercules Transport at Paris Air Show 2017 – AINtv

Mr. Ajay Singh, CMD SpiceJet, speaks at length about the Modi-Trump meet.

Tourism Boom on Canada’s 150th Birthday


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