Published on September 6th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 06/09/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
3rd Acumen Aviation China Event To Take Place in Beijing: http://bit.ly/2uTnL4h
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 September: http://bit.ly/2eV6rCV
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 September: http://bit.ly/2iU9nUG
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 September: http://bit.ly/2eBWVaS
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 September: http://bit.ly/2eV5drj
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 September: http://bit.ly/2vYwgYb
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
SAS Airlines increases Irish leased fleet: http://bit.ly/2fpXWmo
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
Airlines’ $10 Billion Monthly Swoon Keeps Wall Street on Edge
Boeing Backed by WTO on $8.7 Billion in Incentives for 777X Jet
Bradley International Airport working to boost business travel
British Businessman Pushes for International Flights
European Commission approves airberlin bridge loan
IAG’s Iberia Employees Agree To Further Job Cuts
JetBlue: Big Money From Loyalty Rewards
Low Cost Carriers help to put Luxembourg on the map
New Zealand-US capacity to reach record highs this summer as tourism booms
SAS signs up for “massive network of routes” to deliver 150,000 additional annual passengers to Aarhus
Scoot India head notes LCC has fifth freedom rights to operate direct India-Europe services
Transport Ministry plans restructuring for state-owned Romanian airline
WOW air wants a partner by 2019
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus joins BA in race to the bottom by offering flights without earphones and blankets
CityJet to suspend London City-Antwerp service in Oct-2017
Cork Airport is Ireland’s fastest growing airport
Dublin’s new direct route to Hong Kong will help Irish Hotel investment says report
Eastern Airways boosts Belfast City connections
Nothing beats the feeling of landing back in Ireland
Number of missions by Coast Guard helicopter crews to be reduced
Ryanair carries 12.7m passengers in August
Ryanair nears annual passenger count of role model Southwest; beats it on low costs and margins
Ryanair is Spain’s leading airline with 17% market share
Skies the limit for Shannon riders
Stobart Group’s aviation division makes good progress
@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.
David O’Brien on Alitalia bid Ryanair are making their way through the data room
Fianna Fail launches proposed strategy for Irish aviation
Kevin Toland Plans for passport control E gates at Dublin airport
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