Published on August 25th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/08/2017

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:

D-AHXJ Boeing 737-7K5 c/n 35277 Niki Departed Lufthansa Technik hangar 21/08/17 arrived 12/08/17 in Air Berlin colours.

LN-RRE Boeing 737-85P c/n 35706 SAS Airlines to Lufthansa Technik 21/08/17.

LN-RRG Boeing 737-85P c/n 35708 SAS Airlines departed Lufthansa technik 21/08/17 arrived 07/08/17.  

10+23 Airbus A310-304 c/n 503 German Air Force  to IAC Hangar Shannon 21/08/17.

Global Aviation News:

A Bumpy Ride for Airline Execs

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Air Berlin carve-up going at ‘full steam’ among three bidders

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Air Tahiti Nui: New fleet and new passenger management system to open up Asian routes

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BDL: German airline growth less than European average in 1H2017

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Boeing’s tactical option for MOM sector

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Dubai Airports reports busiest month in history with 8.1m pax in Jul-2017

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HNA pays $1bn for 20.92% in Dufry as ‘partners’ talk

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How Lufthansa had already targeted Air Berlin routes

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Icelandair enters Berlin, benefiting from airberlin’s woes; is confident of more room to grow

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Jeju Air to benefit from Koreans’ changing lifestyle

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Romania Order Probe Into State Airline’s Losses

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Small airlines face replacement challenges

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Transat forecasts 3Q2017 results will show significant improvement

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We’re striving to improve, says new Flybe chief

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WOW Air, the well placed long-haul LCC

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Irish Aviation News:

All flights cancelled at City of Derry Airport after flooding

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Belfast International Airport contracts NATS for ATC

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Cuddlier Ryanair Isn’t Friendly Enough for Politicians

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Dublin Airport Central: Eire space

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Friendlier Ryanair Still has Foes

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Influx of private jets expected for Mayweather-McGregor fight

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Ireland could soon wind up with another Brexit headache: Air traffic control


Ireland welcomed 60,000 Chinese visitors in 2016

Read more: recruiting for 50 positions at Belfast International Airport

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Metro North airport rail under way with tender

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Rescue 116: Britain’s Prince William pays special tribute to the four crew

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WOW air announces new connecting flights from Ireland to four new US destinations

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Air Canada has filed Boeing 787-8 Montreal – Tokyo Narita service from 01JUN18, AC5/6.

@Airlineroute Delta has dropped the A350 surcharge for Delta One Suite for D/C/J fare, while Z/I class lowered from USD500 to USD250 (o/w).

@e_russell  .@MokuleleAir to end Hana, Maui, service within 90 days, citing end of local “cost sharing agreements”.

@e_russell  Iceland’s Wow Air is adding 4 US cities to its map with A321s in 2018: #DTW from 26 April #CLE from 4 May #CVG from 10 May #STL from 17 May.

@SouthwestAir Modernizing our fleet means we have to say goodbye to many of our existing aircraft. Farewell to 18 of our 737-300s, retired last week!.

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