Published on September 11th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/09/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation attending ISTAT Europe 2017

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-GDC Boeing 737-800 c/n 44800 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 07/09/17.

EI-GCO Airbus A320-214 c/n 5109 Air Asia India Delivered Dublin-Ankara-Bangalore 08/09/17 ex PR-MYS.

N494CS Boeing 737-4M0(F) c/n 29202 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Delivered Dothan-Portsmouth-Shannon 06/09/17.

N627AS Boeing 737-790(BDSF) c/n 30794 Alaska Air Cargo Ferried Tel Aviv-Belfast International-Bangor 06-07/09/17 after cargo conversion.

Global Aviation News:

Air Taxi Startup Lilium Raises $90 Million For Electric Mini-Jet Service

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Boeing Isn’t Very Happy With Its Suppliers

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Europe’s Top Airlines Could Join Forces to Fight Budget Carriers

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Eurowings Europe continues to grow despite airberlin/NIKI sale

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India Steps Up Scrutiny of Pratt’s Balky New Engines on Airbus Jets

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Norwegian Could Sell Leasing Unit, Jets to Meet Cash Needs

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SpiceJet Pits Boeing Against Airbus in Low-Cost, Long-Haul Push

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This Budget Airline Says It Can Cut Air Fares by 30%

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The Astroturf Is Greener on the Other Side of Air Traffic Debate

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Trump Slump Arrives: Inbound Tourism Drops

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United & Chase Have Launched a New No Annual Fee Credit Card

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United Keeping `Painful’ Discounts to Fend Off Low-Fare Airlines

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United’s $14 Billion Order Signals Airbus Gain on Boeing Domain

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap to Host Investor Day in New York on November 13, 2017

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AIB01CN F-WWCN / EI-GCF 1817 Aer Lingus ( TLS – CHR )

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Former Ryanair finance officer unexpectedly quits role with finance firm Stellwagen

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Interview with Aer Lingus CEO Stephen Kavanagh in UCD Connections alumni magazine) 

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Irish airline Stobart Air’s new route between Dublin and London Southend launches next month

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Irish Tourism Industry Calls For Retention Of VAT Rate

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Long Meadow Cider toasts Belfast City Airport deal

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McEvaddys to renew Dublin Airport T3 push by pulling loans from Nama

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NAC delivered one ATR 72-500, MSN 785, to Mistral Air on lease

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Ryanair’s Colin O’Brien: ‘We will be a tech company with an airline attached’

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Ryanair & easyjet will allow airport shop bags

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Singapore wealth fund buys stake in Barrington jet firm

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Stellwagen Group Strengthens Executive Leadership Team With Two New Appointments

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Turnover soars beyond £21 million at Belfast City Airport

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute JAL and Vistara plans FFP and codeshare partnership in 1Q18.

@Airlineroute Lufthansa cancels Doha service from 28OCT17.

@Airlineroute Lufthansa today (08SEP17) operates A350 charter flight on Munich – Budapest as LH2572.

@hharteveldt #airlines expect to handle 4B checked bags in 2017. Lost bags to cost industry $2.1B – @NXP #AviationFest.

‏@Writetomab There are 10bn connected devices in the world today and that will increase 5X by 2020! The always connected traveler! #aviationfest.

Video Picks:

Allegiant among low-cost carriers growing in popularity

Aviation This Week – September 8, 2017

Consumers like our product, says Norwegian Air Shuttle CFO

Norwegian Air Shuttle CFO: No material impact of hurricanes so far

Russian airlines’ flights to Egypt to resume after one month

Ryanair Achieves Agility and Customer Satisfaction


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