Published on July 18th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/07/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Aircraft Assets Available for Sale:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 July:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 July:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 July:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17 July:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 July:

Aircraft Update:

EI-SLV ATR72-202(F) c/n 154 ASL Airlines Ireland Positioned Shannon-Paris CDG 17/07/17 ex HB-AFJ.

2-ATTF Airbus A319-112 c/n 734 CAE Parc Aviation Ferried Dublin-Keflavik 15/07/17 ex YA-TTF.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Airbus A320 EI-GAM Delivered: 

Global Aviation News:

Air France to create new lower-cost airline after winning pilots’ backing

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Does Norwegian Q2 earnings slump suggest it maybe growing faster than its means?

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EasyJet CEO McCall to Resign to Run U.K. Broadcaster ITV

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‘Expect more turbulence’: Five ways climate change will affect air travel

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How Warren Buffett’s Airline Investment Reflects a Turning Point in Industry History

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Is wide-body becoming the future of air travel in India?

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New Jets Threaten Airbus and Boeing Duopoly

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No plans to expand, invest in India: Oman Air

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Thailand Wants More Tourists Who Act Like Australians

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Travelers Flock to One-Way Flights as Price Premium Dwindles

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US, EU aviation insiders fret about future of open skies

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Why airlines need a strategic focus on product over price

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Irish Aviation News:

Aircraft leasing pioneer and Avolon CEO, Dómhnal Slattery, to speak at IoD’s prestigious Autumn Lunch

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Flybe boss looking for more partnerships with international carriers

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‘Fundamental challenges’ for Ryanair, says broker

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Last ‘Incredible’ Airline Opportunity Opens in Argentine Skies – Michael Cawley

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‘Nobody has done more for Irish families than Ryanair’ – Airline defends controversial seating policy

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Number of British travellers to Dublin Airport ‘falling like a stone’

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Talks with Ryanair go on – director general of Boryspil airport

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Tom Crean explores new heights on Norwegian Air tailfin

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United W17 UK/Ireland service changes as of 16JUL17

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Ukraine prepares unified position in talks with Ryanair

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Why Ryanair ditched Ukraine, explained

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$450 Million financing for Minsheng Financial Leasing (MSFL) as lessor of two A380-800 aircraft on finance lease to Korea’s Asiana Airlines

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute ANA’s 777-300ER to operate charter flights to Barcelona and Madrid in September 2017.

@Airlineroute EVA Air today (14JUL17) operates last 747-400 long-haul scheduled service to Vancouver, switching to 353-seater 777-300ER on 15JUL17.

@e_russell UK Export Finance guarantees first 787s, two -8s with LOT.

@e_russell JetBlue to offer Mint product on Boston-Las Vegas.

@winglets747 Chinese media report Shenzhen Airlines expects its first widebody, an A330, in September.

Video Picks:

Akbar Al Baker CEO of Qatar Airlines, interviewed by Mark Evans of Travel Extra in Dublin,

Kevin Toland Answers question on connectivity

Michael O’Leary answers questions about Brexit

Michael O’Leary, CEO, Ryanair – Why Ryanair do not base aircraft in Denmark

Michael O’Leary concluding remarks on Brexit

Willie Walsh answers questions on Brexit

Willie Walsh concluding remarks on Brexit


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