Published on September 6th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/09/2017

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:

A7-LAG Airbus A320-214 c/n 6717 Al Maha Airways to IAC Shannon 02/09/17.

D-ALEO Boeing 757-2Q8(SF) c/n 29443 European Air Transport to Atlantic Aviation Group 02/09/17.

D-ALEP Boeing 757-2Q8(SF) c/n 30046 European Air Transport departed Atlantic Aviation Group hangar 02/09/17 arrived 18/08/17.   

CS-TKT Boeing 767-36N(ER) c/n 30853 EuroAtlantic departed Lufthansa Technik 01/09/17 arrived 30/08/17.   

N913FD Boeing 757-28A(SF) c/n 24017 FedEx to Lufthansa Technik 01/09/17.

10+23 Airbus A310-304 c/n 503 German Air Force departed IAC paint Shannon 01/09/17 arrived 21/08/17.  

Global Aviation News:

Airline ETF Set To Soar On Busiest Labor Day Travel

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Airlines’ $10 Billion Monthly Swoon Keeps Wall Street on Edge

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Boeing Backed by WTO on $8.7 Billion in Incentives for 777X Jet

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Bradley International Airport working to boost business travel

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British Businessman Pushes for International Flights

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European Commission approves airberlin bridge loan

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IAG’s Iberia Employees Agree To Further Job Cuts

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JetBlue: Big Money From Loyalty Rewards

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Low Cost Carriers help to put Luxembourg on the map

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New Zealand-US capacity to reach record highs this summer as tourism booms

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SAS signs up for “massive network of routes” to deliver 150,000 additional annual passengers to Aarhus

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Scoot India head notes LCC has fifth freedom rights to operate direct India-Europe services

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Transport Ministry plans restructuring for state-owned Romanian airline

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WOW air wants a partner by 2019

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus joins BA in race to the bottom by offering flights without earphones and blankets

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CityJet to suspend London City-Antwerp service in Oct-2017

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Cork Airport is Ireland’s fastest growing airport

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Dublin’s new direct route to Hong Kong will help Irish Hotel investment says report

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Eastern Airways boosts Belfast City connections

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Nothing beats the feeling of landing back in Ireland

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Number of missions by Coast Guard helicopter crews to be reduced

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Ryanair carries 12.7m passengers in August

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Ryanair nears annual passenger count of role model Southwest; beats it on low costs and margins

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Ryanair is Spain’s leading airline with 17% market share

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Skies the limit for Shannon riders

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Stobart Group’s aviation division makes good progress

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Tweet Picks:

@AlexInAir In 2017 annual one-way seats offered on long-haul services by Asian low cost carriers are estimated to increase by 17% to over 5.87 million.

@AlexInAir Asian low cost airlines now account for 26% of all seats in the region, with #India being leading nation with most low cost carrier capacity.

@AlexInAir Largest low-cost airline growth in Asia has come from #SouthKorea, where low-cost seats have increased by over 28% since this time last year.

@AlexInAir WOW Air founder/CEO is considering sale of the company which would include a partnership that would “strengthen pax numbers and cut costs.”

@flyingjok  Did you know S-70i Black Hawk today sustains 1,700 Polish jobs @ PZLMielec & 5,000 more with Polish suppliers.

Video Picks:

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