Published on September 14th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/09/2017

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:

D-ABXD Airbus A330-223 c/n 822 Air Berlin Ferried Dusseldorf-Zurich 11/09/17 on return to AerCap ex EI-EZJ.

EI-FPP Candair CRJ900 c/n 15435 Cityjet Delivered Toronto Pearson-Keflavik-Dublin 13/09/17 

Global Aviation News:

airBaltic outperforms expectations in summer 2017 and expects ‘excellent results’ in 2017

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Canada Jetlines to Offer Low-Fare Air Service From Two Toronto Metropolitan Area Airports Commencing Summer 2018

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China Return Mulled by Embraer in Potential Strategy Shift

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IndiGo’s Parent Approves QIP To Pare Promoter Stake

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Malaysia Airlines to receive 737 MAX 10s from Jan-2021

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May Asks Trump to Step in Over Boeing and Bombardier Dispute

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Naresh Goyal Says Etihad Has No Plans To Exit Jet Airways Now

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Qantas’ New York & London nonstops need long range aircraft, but secret ingredient is Qantas’ brand

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Qantas has a promising recipe for ultra long haul operations: CAPA

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Pegasus Airlines CCO confirms increase in A320neo purchases in 2017

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Pobeda: an indispensable part of the Aeroflot Group, even as the LCC’s growth slows

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Royal Brunei Airlines Part 1: North Asia & India expansion as narrowbody fleet expands with A320neos

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Sickness walkout by Air Berlin pilots may ‘threaten existence’ of airline as thousands of passengers grounded

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Thomas Cook Nears Belgium Exit

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Trans-Pacific challenges cloud Air Canada’s bullish outlook for the rest of its network

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Turkey’s Pegasus Air Plans Major Base at New Istanbul Airport

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United Airlines Offers Customers More Ways to Get to Europe Next Summer Including New Service to Porto, Portugal and Reykjavik, Iceland

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United Airlines Just Admitted That Its Sub-Cattle Class Isn’t Working So Well (American Seems to Like It)

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Vistara to start international operations soon

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83-Year-Old Billionaire Wants to Put His Airline Back in the Black

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus joins ‘basic economy’ movement

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Aer Lingus rules out cabin bag charges ‘for the foreseeable future’

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Air Canada W17 Dublin service changes

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Dublin Aerospace is now an approved vendor for Boeing Global Fleet Care

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EI-FZZ Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight & Flown to Spokane, Wa for painting

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Europe’s Newest Aircraft Lands At Cork Airport

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Fáilte Ireland Launches ‘Get Brexit Ready’ Programme to Enable Tourism Sector to Sustain Growth

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

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Ryanair Announces Additional $300 Million Investment In Frankfurt

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Ryanair Launches Baden-Baden S18 Schedule

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Ryanair Launches Record Madrid Summer 18 Schedule

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Sharp drop in Shannon passengers as other Irish airports see growth

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Tweet Picks:

@JohnLStrickland Substantial growth on @lufthansa home turf @Airport_FRA by @Ryanair S’18 with 10 based #aircraft  #airlines  Expect more German growth.

@winglets747  AirAsia adjusts FFP. Spend-based points based on 4 tiers: Red under 14 flights: 20 points per RM10, Gold: 40, Plat: 70, Black 50+ flights: 120.

@winglets747 As part of more agile mindset, Cathay said before it would take more risk with new destinations & fail early rather than drag out decisions. 

@winglets747 Cathay Pacific to exit Dusseldorf on 17 May 2018. Launched in 2015, currently served 4x weekly with the A350.

@winglets747 United’s Kirby: “our marginal costs for local traffic is really, really low”.

Video Picks:

Allgäu meets Ireland! Ryanair Base Opening in Memmingen

Fifth G600 flies

Ryanair Achieves Success with Dell EMC

Shannon Airport becomes Official Airport Partner to Munster Rugby

Summer getaway sends passenger numbers soaring to record highs at London Stansted


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