Published on September 7th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/09/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

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:

CS-TLO Boeing 767-383(ER) c/n 24318 EuroAtlantic to Lufthansa Technik hangar 04/09/17.

LN-RRE Boeing 737-85P c/n 35706 SAS Airlines departed Lufthansa Technik hangar 04/09/17 arrived 21/08/17.   

LN-RRU Boeing 737-883 c/n 28327 SAS Airlines to Lufhansa Technik hangar 04/09/17.

OY-SRI Boeing 767-25E(SF) c/n 27193 Star Air departed Atlantic Aviation Group hangar 04/09/17 arrived 28/08/17. 

OY-SRP Boeing 767-232(SF) c/n 22220 Star Air to Atlantic Aviation Group hangar 04/09/17.

Global Aviation News:

A hard landing for the Gulf’s high flyers

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Asian LCC long-haul capacity growing faster than short-haul; IndiGo overtakes Lion Air to become continents largest; India biggest market

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Attracting airlines taking longer than planned, admits Southend Airport

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Boeing ‘Skeptical’ of United Technologies-Rockwell Collins Deal

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Brussels gives Berlin green light to temporarily rescue insolvent Air Berlin

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Columbus will get nonstop flight to Europe eventually, local observers say

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Delta’s Guidance Cut That Everyone Expected Sends Airline Stocks Lower

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EasyJet open new office in Austria to keep flying in case of hard Brexit

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Germania: Regarding the Air Berlin State Aid Decision

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How Wow Air’s CEO charted his own course despite never having had a ‘job’

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Kuwait Airways grows summer seat capacity by 33%; now operating nine 777-300s; expecting to pass the three million passenger barrier in 2017

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One Crucial Item to Pack the Next Time You Fly, and Other Travel Tips

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SAS’s strong summer ends with squalls on horizon

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Spain overtakes Sweden to become Norwegian’s #2 market; long-haul routes only account for 4.6% of seats in S17 but growing fast

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This Airline Is Making a Profit Flying Out of Caracas

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Travel barriers are the worst part of the new Cold War

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United Tech Forges Aerospace Giant With $23 Billion Rockwell Buy

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Irish Aviation News:

Adria Airways Switzerland secures ACMI deal with Dublin based Powdair

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Avolon Receives Credit Rating from Kroll

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Avolon Sees Clear Winners, Losers In 737 Max Lineup

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Eastern Airways adds Newcastle – Belfast service from Sep 2017

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GIC to Invest in BBAM Through Acquisition of Significant Minority Interest

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GOL announces transactions for 12 Boeing 737 aircraft with GECAS

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IAG Traffic Rises In August As BA Dips But Aer Lingus Grows

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Ryanair Opens New Memmingen Base (No. 85) & Launches S18 Schedule

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Ryanair Scraps Two Cabin-Bag Rule as Thrifty Flyers Delay Planes

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Tweet Picks:

@airkarp Azul sees new aircraft (A320neo & E195-E2) & ancillary revenue as the keys to its future.

@airkarp Azul started bag fees June 1 w/ ‘minimal customer disruption,’ CEO Rodgerson says. Bag fees ‘just the first step of unbundling our product.’

@airkarp Southwest plans to have a fleet of 707 aircraft by the end of 2017 comprised entirely of 737-700s, 737-800s and 737 MAX 8s.

@WandrMe It took nearly 4 months in the shop but @United’s 1st 767-300 with Polaris seats is now back in SFO. Commercial service soon. #PaxEx #AvGeek.

@winglets747  AirAsia learns from its first time around in Japan (& ANA advice) and has opened a physical store to sell tickets.

Video Picks:

Aviation geeks flock to Heathrow’s plane spotting paradise

Eoghan Corry Ryanair baggage policy Sept 6 2017

ISTAT Aviation Insights Sneak Peek: Interview with Domhnal Slattery

Michael O’Leary Press Conference in Berlin Aug 30 2017

Ryanair, O’Leary: “In Alitalia serve ristrutturazione”

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