Published on September 1st, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 01/09/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
3rd Acumen Aviation China Event To Take Place in Beijing: http://bit.ly/2uTnL4h
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 August: http://bit.ly/2wM1nvd
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 August: http://bit.ly/2vvGfF3
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 28 August: http://bit.ly/2vkhhN1
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 28 August: http://bit.ly/2wCcBli
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 August: http://bit.ly/2ghEQz2
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
SAS Airlines increases Irish leased fleet: http://bit.ly/2fpXWmo
HS-TEL Airbus A330-322 c/n 231 Thai International Ferried Bangkok-Dresden 28/08/17 for P2F freighter conversion for DHL Air.
VT-IHF Airbus A320-232 c/n 2482 IndiGo Airways Delivered El Salvador-Miami-Gander-Helsinki-Delhi 16-22/08/17 ex N678AW.
Global Aviation News:
Air Berlin won’t be the last European airline domino to fall
Air Europa Part 2: European hub airports’ connectivity – how do they compare with Dubai?
Aviation & the music business: co-operation needed between airlines, airports and tourism bodies
Demand Surges For Hajj Flights from Southeast Asia
Deteriorating ROIC overshadows WestJet’s revenue improvement, but its ambitions remain high
Dumping Duty-Free: Are Airlines Saying Goodbye to the Retail Trolley?
Frustration fuels SAS strike threat
IATA, A4E, ACI EUROPE and ERA criticise deployment of Regulation EU 458/2017
IndiGo To Look At GE Engines For A320neo Planes
Is Boeing Underestimating The Regional Market?
Nigeria to Turn Over Management of Arik Air to Ethiopian Airlines
Norwegian Unfazed by New Long-haul, Low-cost Competition
Northeast Asian LCC subsidiaries consider IPOs – but risk hurting parent group strategy
Philippine Airlines long haul strategy Part 3: resuming Cebu-Los Angeles and new US destinations
Singapore Wins Qantas Stopovers After Airline Dumps Dubai
Tattoos and Chocolates: How PR Failed to Avert Air Berlin’s Crash Landing
THY, Istanbul Atatürk Airport outperforms European competitors
Why Berlin Brandenburg Airport must become Germany’s Suvarnabhumi & Tegel should not close
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Holdings Entering the third phase; initiating coverage
Aer Lingus announces new ‘low-cost’ transatlantic fares… with paid bags, seats and blankets
Aer Lingus Introduces New Saver Fare
Cathay Pacific to launch non-stop services to Brussels, Dublin and Copenhagen in Summer 2018
Cathay Pacific To Operate New Dublin-Hong Kong Service
Dalton Philips named as new CEO at DAA
Dublin Airport Welcomes Finnair Expansion Next Summer
Dublin Airport Welcomes Ryanair’s New Services
Fianna Fáil aviation policy provides certainty post-Brexit
German aviation bank DVB Bank has disclosed the completion of a secured financing facility for Ping An Aircraft Leasing
Norwegian to add B737 MAX to its own AOC opspecs
Replica of historic plane the star attraction at Portrush air show
Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary comments on its future, Brexit, easyJet, Norwegian and bankrupt Air Berlin and Alitalia
Ryanair reiterates calls to keep Tegel Airport open
Ryanair says Germany is aviation ‘banana republic’
Ryanair seeks to buy most of Alitalia’s fleet
SILC 2017 shines the spotlight on Shannon as centre of technical excellence and innovation in aviation
‘There will be NO flights over the Irish Sea’ – Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary tells UK to ‘say goodbye’ to European holidays
@Airlineroute Air Canada celebrates 80th anniversary on 01SEP17.
@Airlineroute Garuda Indonesia’s Amsterdam service will switch to 2-class only on the 777-300ER from 28OCT17.
@JournoDannyAero As expected: @cathaypacific launch a trio of new European flights, Brussels, Dublin and Copenhagen.
@kevinjia1122 Beijing new airport main structure roof sealed today. Construction began in September 2015. EIS in 2019.
@winglets747 A350-900s to Brussels, Copenhagen and Dublin. Cathay delivering on European growth but later than it originally expected.
@winglets747 Qantas CEO Alan Joyce in good spirits as he jokes how with his Irish accent it’s difficult to say numbers with “thirty” in them.
@winglets747 Strong seasonality as is common with European LCCs. First half loss typical for flydubai. Showing momentum with margins.
David O’Brien, Chief Commercial Officer of Ryanair Dublin airport can never do enough for Ryanair
David O’Brien, Chief Commercial Officer of Ryanair German airports are seeing an opportunity in Ryanair
David O’Brien, Chief Commercial Officer of Ryanair Interlining with Norwegian and Aer Lingus will be delayed until end of 2017
David O’Brien, Chief Commercial Officer of Ryanair – Ryanair support second runway at Dublin
David O’Brien, Chief Commercial Officer of Ryanair Why Ryanair returned to Dublin to Marrakech route
Kenny Jacobs Chief Marketing Officer of Ryanair planning 4pc growth in Dublin in 2018
Kevin Toland Dublin airport does not need a third terminal
Kevin Toland Dublin No second runway until 2021 because of delay in legislation