Published on July 26th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 26/07/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

3rd Acumen Aviation China Event To Take Place in Beijing:

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:

G-TGPG Boeing 737-3Y0 c/n  24464 TAG Aviation Ferried Lasham-Bournemouth 25/07/17 in basic JetTime colours prior paint.

HL7210 Airbus A321-231 c/n 7754 Air Busan Ferried Shannon-Toulouse 20/07/17 after paint prior delivery.

2-DCBT ATR72-212A(500) c/n 747 Elix Aviation Capital Ferried Sønderborg-St Gallen Altenrhein-Düsseldorf Mönchengladbach 24/07/17 ex D2-CBT.

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Airbus A320 EI-GAM Delivered: 

Global Aviation News:

Aeromexico Part 1: long haul capacity grows by 40% as Asia is doubled and 787 fleet expands

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Aeromexico Part 2: US expansion as Delta Air Lines JV is implemented and LCC competition intensifies

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A look at the future of FAA policy

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Business as usual despite Brexit uncertainty, says easyJet CEO

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Croatia Airlines: Zagreb hub strength, but growing LCC competition & high CASK a challenge

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Future of Airbus A380 Superjumbo Hinges on Emirates Order

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Loganair warns Flybe competition is not in Scotland’s best interests

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Heathrow hits new heights as airlines work to maximise slot usage at London hub

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New London and Birmingham bases help push ahead of leisure rivals

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Norwegian Air under pressure to boost finances

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Singapore’s Tigerair, Scoot finalize merger

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Venezuela Jet Fuel Exports Surge After Airlines Pull Out

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Irish Aviation News:

Aircraft-leasing giant AerCap on course as global demand set to soar

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Breen to meet United Airlines management

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CityJet lobbied ministers over tax

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Dubai Aerospace raises $2.3b in bonds for AWAS deal

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Flight Restriction in the vicinity of Galway Racecourse Ballybrit, Co. Galway 31st July to 06th August inclusive 2017

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

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Minister of State Pat Breen TD launches the “Propeller Shannon” Start-Up Accelerator at Shannon Airport

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Ryanair Earnings Gain 55% on Strong Summer Bookings Trend

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Ryanair in talks with Boeing over new version of 737 – sources

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Ryanair makes ‘non-binding’ offer for Alitalia

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Ryanair says in talks with Boeing about possible Max 10 order

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Ryanair warns Brexit may lead to UK aircraft withdrawal

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Ryanair warns rivals of sharp summer fare cuts

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The west ‘needs year-round flights to New York’ to compete with Dublin

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Boston was $JBLU’s “highest margin focus city” in 1Q17, says @martysg.

@e_russell  Hawaiian’s first A321neo markets are: OGG-OAK 8Jan18 ,OGG-PDX 18Jan18, LIH-OAK 11Apr18, KOA-LAX summer 2018.

@e_russell  JetBlue aims for year-end conclusion of fleet review, including possible A321LR order and decision on E190.

@e_russell  “We are looking hard at our current and future fleet through a margin lens,” says $JBLU CFO Priest. Fleet decision of YE 2017.

@WandrMe $JBLU A321LR would be available at the end of 2019. No decisions made yet. Notify Airbus to “option” such beginning the end of 2017. #AvGeek.

Video Picks:

Air Force Thunderbirds Refueling Over Europe

Bombardier Global 6000 Premier Cabin Design Tour – AINtv

How To Tell If You’re Flying On Our 737 MAX

Ryanair departing Britain over Brexit?

Yvonne Muldoon of Aer Lingus speaking at travel trade event to preview the Aer Lingus direct route to Miami 

When Pilots happen to be Football Fans | Emirates Airline


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