Published on September 5th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/09/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

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

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 September:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 September: 

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 September:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 September:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 September:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

SAS Airlines increases Irish leased fleet:

Aircraft Update:

EI-FZY Boeing 737-800 c/n 44798 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Keflavik-Dublin 02/09/17.

G-CKKL Boeing 787-9 c/n 63311 Norwegian Air UK Delivered Paine Field-Oslo 30/08/17 named ‘Tom Creen’.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines compete on Scottish Highlands and islands routes

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Budget airlines should give up Schiphol slots for Lelystad, says KLM boss

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Competition to be one of Heathrow’s off-site construction hubs heats up

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Embraer hopes for easing of US scope weight limits for E2

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European airlines push for restrictions on UK carriers in Brexit talks

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How Low-Cost Airlines Alter the Economics of Flying

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ITT grows relationship with British Airways

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JAL once again spreading its wings after long rehabilitation

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JetBlue Is Ready To Take Off

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KLM leader wants cheap airlines out of Amsterdam’s airport

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South Africa mulls merger of three state-owned airlines

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Transatlantic fares war will heat up next summer

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U.S. Airlines Fly Back Onto Our Radar Screen

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Irish Aviation News:

Eastern Airways’ Newcastle route launches at Belfast City Airport

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Irish tourism industry only a Trump tantrum away from disaster

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Labour Court calls for 8.75pc pay rise for Aer Lingus staff

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Munster Rugby and Shannon Airport seal new deal

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New motorway link has potential to bring ‘more passengers’ to Shannon Airport

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Norwegian: O’Leary’s claim about future ‘has no root in reality’

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O’Leary claims Norwegian Air ‘running out of cash’

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O’Leary: EU airlines aim to impose tough terms on UK in Brexit deal

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Peace in our time with DAA as Ryanair declares war on Germany

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Ryanair boss lands up in privacy fight on home ground

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The Big Interview: Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary

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The Irish tourism industry must not be complacent about US growth spurt

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Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 3 September

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7,000 extra seats added as Ireland West Airport winter schedule announced

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Tweet Picks:

@airkarp Hong Kong Airlines has taken delivery of its 1st A350 & will put it on the Hong Kong-Bangkok route September 10. 1st of 21 A350s on order.

@Airlineroute Based on schedule listing, germanwings’ 4U-coded flight numbers will switch to Eurowings’ EW code from 25MAR18.

@Airlineroute Darwin Airline, previously known as Etihad Regional, is now operating under Adria Airways Switzerland brand.

@dominicgates Short of pilots, Horizon defers delivery of six E175 jets.  Worried the jets may go to SkyWest, Teamsters union sues.

@winglets747 A380 from MEL to LHR via SIN: long outbound layover. For shorter layover, take later A330 flight. Inbound connects to A380.

Video Picks:

Aer Lingus’ new transatlantic Saver fare explained

Brussels Airport in 2040 with a bird’s-eye view

Child seat belt policy on airlines raises safety concerns

Experience Norwegian’s 787 Dreamliner: Premium Cabin

New baggage rules to be initiated soon by airlines in India


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