Published on August 24th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/08/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

3rd Acumen Aviation China Event To Take Place in Beijing

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 August

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 August

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 21 August

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 21 August

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 August

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

SAS Airlines increases Irish leased fleet:

Aircraft Update:

EI-EJZ Airbus A330-223 c/n 979 Amentum Aircraft Leasing Ferried Amman-Teruel 23/08/17 ex A7-AFN.

OY-JZH ATR7-212A(600) c/n 1177 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Ferried Bydgoszcz-Billund 21/08/17 ex F-WWER.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Achieves a Global First With Its Hot A320

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Avianca’s Talks With United Continue in Bid for Latam Dominance

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Business of Loyalty: Oneworld Alliance Has a New Hole in Its European Network

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CEO: SWISS considering Airbus A321neoLR for Africa routes

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Concerns mounting over impact of Brexit on open skies accords: Travel Weekly


Demand Surges For Hajj Flights from Southeast Asia

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EasyJet in talks to take over large chunks of Air Berlin services: report

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Fraport Pier G building application highlights Frankfurt’s LCC intent

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Global 7000 FTV2 Flameout Won’t Affect Flight-test Plan

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Pratt’s $10 Billion Jet Engine Lags GE by 10-to-1 on New Orders

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Seeking a Speedy Breakup

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Spirit Airlines faces questions about its strategy as unit revenue remains under pressure

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TUI’s Air Berlin Interest Confined to Safeguarding Own Staff

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UK air traffic faces slump without Brexit deal, airports warn

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Irish Aviation News:

Airport quids in thanks to visitors from the Republic

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American Airlines to expand transatlantic service to Shannon Airport

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CEVA adds new Dublin temp control facility

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Football fans left behind as Ryanair to axe weekend flight to Liverpool

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Government Set To Approve €1M Funding For Shannon Airport Flood Defences

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Lord Mayor of Belfast meet with Chief Executive Brian Ambrose at Belfast City Airport

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Norwegian are establishing Dublin Boeing 737 MAX Base for Transatlantic and European routes 

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Ryanair boss O’Leary predicts Europe will only have five airlines in five years time future

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Ryanair Says It’s Interested in Air Berlin, Wants In on Bidding

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With Ireland bookings up, tour ops look for gateways beyond Dublin (and more rooms)

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Tweet Picks:

@airkarp  American Airlines to operate seasonal, summer service from Philadelphia to Budapest & Prague using 767-300s starting May 4, 2018.

@airkarp  US airlines’ expenses grew at more than twice the rate of revenue in 1H 2017, leading to decline in pre-tax profits.

@e_russell  More JetBlue service to one of its first destinations, @SyracuseAirport: once daily SYR-BOS on an E190 from 4Jan18.

@e_russell  “There does seem to be an opportunity and fit for an aircraft with around 100 seats,” says United VP of flight ops.

@jonostrower  “46% of A320neo jets powered by the GTF were out of service for at least one week in the past month.”

Video Picks:

Airbnb’s Blecharczyk Says Asia Is Biggest Opportunity

Easyjet Inside The Cockpit S1E02 720p (ITV)

Missile Launchers and Surveillance Pods on Special-mission Cessnas – AINtv

This Is May Be the Smartest Airline Stock to Buy Now

Unveiling Korean Air’s First CS300 Aircraft

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