Published on July 25th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/07/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Aircraft Assets Available for Sale:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 24 July:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 July:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 24 July:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 24 July:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 24 July:

Aircraft Update:

A7-LAE Airbus A320-214 c/n 6622 Al Maha Ferried Doha-Burchaest-Shannon 19/20-07/17 for painting into Qatar Airways colours.

F-WHUE Airbus A321-231 c/n 7754 Air Busan rolled out Eirtech Shannon 19/07/17 ro become HL7210.

N922FD Boeing 757-23A(F) c/n 24293 Fedex Departed  Lufthansa Technik 22/07/17.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Airbus A320 EI-GAM Delivered: 

Global Aviation News:

A Deep Analysis of the Growth Potential for 3 Major US Airlines

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AirAsia expects to form Asean holding company in 2 years

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British Airways: a brilliant example of how cost-cutting increases costs

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IAG re-affirms confidence in A330-200 with three more for LEVEL

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I am not in a rush to fly international out of India: AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes

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Joon know your target audience?

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NASA Has a Way to Cut Your Flight Time in Half

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Qatar Crisis to Bring Cheer to World’s Worst Emerging Market Airline of 2017

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Will United Airlines Revisit Prior Management’s ‘Give Us More Time’ Plea?

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Irish Aviation News:

Emerald VIP part of booming corporate concierge market

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Etihad Irish chief predicts first-class growth

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Ireland West Airport signs sister airport agreement with NY airport

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Michael O’Leary: Flying high in the battle for Europe’s skies

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New Start-Up Accelerator at Shannon Airport

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Ryanair fares set to fall further as it locks in fuel savings

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Ryanair Holdings’ (RYAAY) CEO Michael O’Leary on Q1 2018 Results – Earnings Call Transcript

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Ryanair Q1 Profits Rise 55% To € 397m Due To Strong Easter But No Change To FY Guidance

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Ryanair reports 55% net profit jump in 1Q

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Ryanair Shares Tumble After Warning Fares Will Fall Through 2017

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Tipperary holiday makers spoilt for choice with low fare transatlantic flights

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Tourism sector paying heavy price for Brexit

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Tweet Picks:

@adamrowden First spin in the #NEO this evening. Fuel economy mighty impressive, 900kg/hr per engine in cruise, older A320s 1200kg/hr typical #newNEO.

@AeroimagesChris The last Terrible Teen LN19 is now at the fuel dock for initial fueling testing & APU start. Will become a BBJ for undisclosed customer.

@Airlineroute ETIHAD’s current last scheduled A340-500 operation remains unchanged on 28JUL17, Abu Dhabi – Rabat. Further changes remain likely.

@JALFlyer JAL Flyer: JAL to discontinue complimentary personal massage at HND and NRT from Oct 1 2017 #JAL.

@JohnLStrickland #IAG’s @flywithlevelEN #Level muscles up with 3 more @Airbus #A330 in 2018. Expect to see more bases. Orly & Rome FCO possible.

@vl_bryan @Ryanair CEO O’Leary says talks with @BoeingAirplanes on Max 10 haven’t gone anywhere as pricing “far too high”.

Video Picks:

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Ryanair’s CFO Sees Fares Down 8% in 2Q

Ryanair warns rivals of sharp summer fare cuts


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