Published on August 9th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/08/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

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

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 August:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 August:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 8 August:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 8 August:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 8 August:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

SAS Airlines increases Irish leased fleet:

Aircraft Update:

EI-FJF Boeing 737-86N c/n 36814 Jeju Air Ferried East Midlands-Budapest 07/08/17.

EI-SLW ATR72-202(F) c/n 232 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Shannon-Paris CDG 07/08/17 ex HB-AFW.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines get together to fight airport charges

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Boeing’s Bullish India Outlook May Undercount Regional Aircraft

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Britons shunning two-week holidays in favour of short breaks

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CAPA: Airline margins likely to remain solid in 2017/2018 as capacity utilisation improves and low fuel prices stimulate growth

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CAPA airline profit outlook: margins slipping as cost reduction intensity dims. Discipline needed

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Deutsche Post’s ‘United Parcel Nations of Europe’ strategy delivers positive returns

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Emirates tie-up with flydubai will deliver more than 50 destinations to its global network

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EVA Air confirms final 747 passenger service on 21AUG17

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Germania subsidiary Bulgarian Eagle receives AOC

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GoAir Plans Overseas Journey In October

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Hawaiian’s A321neos to spur 2018 fleet shifts

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IATA: Best 1H growth rate for air freight in seven years

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Lambert Courts Airlines for Direct European Flights

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Lessors Still See Strong Market for 250- to 350-seat Widebodies

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NFTA confirms talks with transatlantic airlines

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RwandAir launches Cotonou hub as Benin and Rwanda plan new airline

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Scoot to retime Singapore-Melbourne flights to improve passenger experience

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Thai Airways committed to profit through rehab 

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap boss Kelly in $5m share sale bonanza

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AerCap net income jumps 19% due to asset sale gains

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Competition Heats Up in Dublin as Gulf Carriers Battle for Market Share

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Emergency services in busy Achill schedule

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MAAS has announced that work has commenced on the construction of it’s 3rd paintshop at Finkenwerder

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Ryanair clash with Berlin mayor over airport

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Ryanair Selects Zodiac Seats U.S.’ Z110 Seat for B737max Aircraft

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Shannon Airport based catering company celebrating 10 years in business

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Thanks to Brexit, the Irish Countryside Is More Popular Than Ever

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UTC Irish Research Center’s Mission: Integrating Design Tool Chain

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell Delta to re-enter Orlando transatlantic market in 2018.

@e_russell Would be one of the first US carrier operated (vs their JV partners) nonstops to Europe from MCO.

@ghimlay Avianca Brazil will roll out a codeshare with TAP Portugal on 7 August, covers about two dozen domestic destinations in Brazil.

@justinbachman  USAF, @Boeing have wrapped “a really good” deal on two 747s once headed to Transaero. No terms disclosed.

@WandrMe More than 1mm $gogo sessions on #2Ku flights served since product launched commercial service. #PaxEx.

@WandrMe @GOGOCEO $GOGO indicates 2Ku install time now less than 2 days. Results in significant cost savings for company and airlines. #PaxEx.

Video Picks:

First Boeing 737 MAX Delivery to flydubai

Kevin Toland Answers question on connectivity

Malaysia Airports Brand Story Video

MRJ ANA Livery Paint Time Lapse

Routes Europe Belfast | Highlights Video

Why Nigerian govt. will tax first class and business class air tickets ― Finance Minister


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