Published on August 2nd, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 02/08/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

3rd Acumen Aviation China Event To Take Place in Beijing

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 31 July:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 31 July:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 31 July

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 31 July

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 31 July:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus Airbus A320 EI-GAM Delivered: 

Aircraft Update:

OY-YCB ATR42-500 c/n  554 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Seletar-Delhi-Dubai World Central-Sharm El Sheikh-Sofia-Billund-Bydgoszcz 29/07-01/08/17 ex RP-C4200.

Global Aviation News:

Aeromexico Part 3: Canada, Latin America expansion round out increased focus on international market

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AirAsia India to break-even by 2019, says CEO Amar Abrol

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Australia Tightens Airport Security After Plot to Down Plane

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Avianca Is the Latest Airline to Suspend Service to Venezuela

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Boeing Moves Into Jet Controls, Setting Up Supplier Showdown

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Cathay Needs Less Swire, Not More

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How Vancouver became China’s aviation hub to the West 

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IAG clears fleet expansion for recovering Vueling

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India Will Need 2,100 Planes In Next 20 Years: Boeing

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IndiGo makes first move in pursuit of the Maharajah

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Pratt’s Woes With New Engines Spur Compensation to Biggest User

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Security Fears Push Avianca to Route Flights Away From Venezuela

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State aid: Commission approves public support to Frankfurt-Hahn airport

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The ‘Incredible Shrinking Airline Seat’ Gets a U.S. Court Rebuke

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United Airlines exits Hangzhou: secondary China service became redundant with Shanghai growth

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus offers Miami connections to Paris Market [French]

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Apologies for the delays at Dublin Airport

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Comsuisse AG successfully passed the Site Acceptance Test SAT for: IRELAND Shannon ATC Centre VCCS Main Enroute Operational System for Irish Aviation Authority

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Drones a menace from the air at animal events

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Irish Permit Aircraft cleared to Fly in Belgium

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Malaysia Airlines eyes Asia for Airbus A350 flights – CEO Peter Bellview

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Malaysia Airlines plans lie-flat Boeing 737 business class seats – CEO Peter Bellview

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PIA inducts 12th Boeing 777 into fleet from Irish aircraft lessor Macquaire

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Ryanair may temporarily fly from Boryspil or Zhuliany airports – Groysman

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Stobart spends £42m on aircraft

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US airline unions make last-ditch plea to thwart NAI

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute British Airways to fly 787-9 on London Heathrow – Madrid route 3-4 times a week, from 29OCT17.

@Airlineroute Previously reported, China Airlines on 31JUL17/01AUG17 to operate last 747-400 long-haul flight, Taipei Taoyuan – Vancouver. Aircraft B18208.

@hharteveldt  “The Alitalia situation is uncertain” says AF-KL CFO Mr Frédéric Gagey, during call re: @Delta/ @airfrance – @KLM/@VirginAtlantic tie-up.

@MaslenAviation British Airways is to use the 787-9 on short-haul routes this winter; not only meets local demand but adds feed to two IAG hubs in process.

@McWhirterAlex Brand confusion at AF/KL with five subsidiaries:  Hop/Boost/Joon/Shuttle/Transavia. Who does what ? 

Video Picks:

American Airlines to take ‘basic economy’ option nation wide

Italian holiday airline Blue Panorama resumes flights to Mombasa

Malaysia Airlines’ CEO Peter Bellview Sees Rapid Growth in China

Star Alliance 20th Anniversary – New Mexico – Connecting Cultures with United Airlines

This New “Millennial Airline” Doesn’t Get Millennials AT ALL


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