Published on September 13th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 13/09/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation attending ISTAT Europe 2017 :

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 September

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 September:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 11 September

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 11 September

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 September

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

SAS Airlines increases Irish leased fleet 

Aircraft Update:

A7-LAH Airbus A320-214 c/n 6811 Al Maha Airways to IAC paint hangar Shannon 11/09/17.

D-AVWA Airbus A319-151NEO c/n 6464 Airbus Toulouse-Shannon-Toulouse  11/09/17 for circuits first visit of type to Shannon. 

EI-FYC Boeing 737-8MAX c/n 42825 Norwegian Air International Stewart-Shannon-Stewart 11/09/17 first visit of type to Shannon.

F-WMIL Airbus A350-1041 c/n 059 Airbus Industrie Toulouse-Shannon-Toulouse 11/09/17 for circuits and rejected take-Offs. 

Global Aviation News:

Air Canada still faces challenges on its Pacific routes: CAPA

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Airport charges, beauty contests & airline nostalgia

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AirAsia continues push for separate LCC airports 

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AirAsia X ‘the most undervalued airline stock in the world’: AirAsia Group CEO

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Avianca sees niche for longer haul narrowbody aircraft

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Boeing opens gap over Airbus in the 2017 delivery race to 57 units; flydubai becomes first Middle East carrier to operate the 737 MAX 8

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Chinese airlines growing twice as fast on domestic routes in 2017 than 

international services; 28 airports seeing 10+ million annual passengers

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IAG cut to ‘equal weight’ by Morgan Stanley as ghost of Sir Freddie Laker returns to haunt old school North Atlantic carriers

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Iberia launches new voluntary redundancy package

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Made For Millennials: Basic Economy Fare Shakes Up Passengers, Airlines

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Norwegian’s European service paints bright future for Stewart

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Pegasus CCO Guliz Ozturk reveals strength of airline’s recovery at the Aviation Festival

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Sun Country’s bosses: We’re still going to have a human touch

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Vueling creates alliances role

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WestJet aims to lure Canadians from U.S. airlines with no-frills carrier

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Irish Aviation News:

Air France KLM : announces new General Manager and Commercial Director for UK and Ireland

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Airport staff win seven medals 

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Airlines reluctant to give passengers more say in Dublin

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Aldergrove in bid to ‘poach’ Dublin trade

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Digital technology evolution will help Ryanair soar further – Davy

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Norwegian to open new pilot base in Dublin and recruit new pilots to support international growth

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Passenger numbers up 6.2% at Irish airports – CSO

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Ryanair and CarTrawler extend partnership for two more years

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Ryanair boosts Maltese involvement

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Ryanair CMO Kenny Jacobs explains new baggage policy in detail and answers faqs

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Transatlantic flights prove popular from Cork

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Upcoming EU ruling could have major impact on Ryanair

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Waypoint Leasing to Establish a Leasing Platform in Tianjin Free Trade Zone in China

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With direct flights to Dublin, Cathay takes big bet on Ireland

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Tweet Picks:

@CAPA_Aviation David Harvey, md development @SouthwestAir: “It’s always been about low cost – high service versus fanatical focus on costs.” #CAPASummit.

@CAPA_Aviation “There’s little difference between LCCs & legacy, for me difference is marketing & how we sell” – William Shaw, @VivaColombiaco. #CAPASummit.

@CAPA_Aviation William Franke of Indigo Partners says need to secure individual AOCs across #LATAM to restrict LCC cross-border scale-ability. #CAPASummit.

@tmongecuriel “Acquiring aircrafts as a young LCC is just wrong use of capital”, says William Franke, Indigo Partners, at #CAPAsummit.

@tmongecuriel Germany most probably next European destination for @Avianca, now flying to Spain and UK, says Hernán Rincón, CEO at #CAPAsummit.

Video Picks:

Airlines Gradually Resuming Flights To Florida After Irma Passes

Have a #HappyWinter – Aer Lingus

Irish Tourism Industry Confederation Budget 2018 submission

ISTAT Aviation Insights: Interview with Domhnal Slattery

SpiceJet’s Singh Says India Needs Airline Capacity


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