Published on July 28th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/07/2017

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

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Airbus A320 EI-GAM Delivered 

Aircraft Update:

HB-AFL ATR72-202(F) c/n 222 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Basel-Shannon 27/07/17 for Re-Registration.

Global Aviation News:

Air Baltic’s Sixth CS300 Sets a New World Record

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Air France-KLM strengthens its strategic partnerships

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Airbus Profit Drops 27% as Superjumbo Production Rate Cut Again

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Avianca Is the Latest Airline to Suspend Service to Venezuela

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Boeing Global Services Forecasts 1.2 Million Pilots and Technicians Needed by 2036

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Boeing 787 Needs Aggressive Cost Cutting

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Delta deepening longstanding partnership with Air France-KLM through 10% equity investment

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Dreamliner Balance To Improve Further

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Despite issues of Brexit, London Luton and Manchester see biggest increase in seats by easyJet in S17; four new airports added

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EasyJet to recruit more than 1200 new cabin crew

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Etihad Posts $1.87 Billion Loss in Worst Blow for Gulf Carriers

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IAG Cargo to offer time-critical service for pharma shipments

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Indian Airline Vistara Tries Treating Women Differently

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Japan Airlines and Vietjet Launch Comprehensive Partnership

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Lufthansa and Etihad eye further cooperation

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New Flybe CEO working on unit costs

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New structure of Ethiopian Airlines Group to Improve Customer Experience

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Norwegian Air CEO Bjorn Kjos prepares for low-fare dogfight in Seattle

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Richard Branson cedes control of Virgin Atlantic

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Scoot Part 1: New phase of expansion after completing Tigerair merger, to double fleet in five years

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Tablets X-Rayed Separately in New U.S. Airport Screening

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus reveals shorthaul ops ‘unstable’ in wage dispute

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Back-up runway blamed for noise complaint rise

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EI-FYF Boeing 737-8 MAX Norwegian First Flight 

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NAC delivered one ATR 72-500, MSN 876, to Yeti Airlines on lease

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O’Leary tips Ryanair Sun charter service to lead way in Poland as it triples jets to 15

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Opportunities for Cork and Shannon airports to grow transatlantic traffic

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Ryanair announces new Tel-Aviv-Rome route

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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers fourth Airbus A320neo to Scandinavian Airline, SAS

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Tweet Picks:

@elizondogabriel BRAZIL: Government announces planned privatization of 4 airports: Fortaleza, Porto Alegre, Salvador and Florianópolis.

@e_russell ICYMI: Cape Air to finalise order for at least 100 P2012s, its replacement for the 402s, by November.

@e_russell  Southwest to take first 737 Max 8 in August.

@e_russell  The planned Air France-Delta-KLM-Virgin Atlantic JV will be the largest across the Atlantic.

@e_russell  “We will fully explore ways for them to enter into this agreement, says $DAL’s Sear on possibility of Aeromexico to join new DL-AF-KL-VS JV.

@winglets747 China Eastern considering selling Shanghai Airlines in order to preserve Beijing Capital airport connectivity, Bloomberg reports.

Video Picks:

Effort to limit how small airline seats can shrink

International Airlines Slow To Compensate Travelers For Delayed Flights

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

Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary on Customer Service

Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary on the Future of European Aviation

Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary on Personalization and Ancillary Revenue


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