Published on September 15th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 15/09/2017

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:

Over 220 Delegates Attend Acumen Aviation 3rd Annual Aircraft Remarketing and Trading Management Conference:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 September:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

SAS Airlines increases Irish leased fleet:

Aircraft Update:

D-AIDL  Airbus A321-231 c/n 4881 Lufhansa to Lufthansa Technik hangar 12/09/17.

D-AILU Airbus A319-114 c/n 744 Lufthansa to Lufthansa Technik hangar 13/09/17.

EI-SLY  ATR72-202(F) c/n 341 ASL Airlines Ireland Registered Shannon 13/09/17 in Basic Farnair colours Ex HB-AFV.

HA-FAZ Boeing 737-476(SF c/n 24446 ASL Airlines Hungary Departed Atlantic Group 13/09/17 arrived 08/09/17.   

M-ABJE  Airbus A319-133(CJ)  c/n 1256 GECAS  Airtest from Lufthansa Technik hangar 13/09/17.

Global Aviation News:

Airport Sleep Pods Are Here for Stranded Passengers

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American Holds Talks With Airbus on Fate of A350 Deal

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Biggest Airbus A350 Stumbles as Cathay Latest to Prefer Sibling

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Boeing to Raise Production of Its Dreamliner by 17%

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Bombardier Applauds UK Intervention in Boeing Subsidy Dispute

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Changing global order challenges Singapore’s hub status

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EasyJet announces ‘Worldwide by easyJet’

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Etihad Makes Big Changes To Etihad Guest Loyalty Program

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First Flight From Navi Mumbai Airport Unlikely By 2019

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Jet Airways May Bid For Second Round Of UDAN Scheme

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Jet Airways’ Profit More Than Doubles But Margins Hurt By Higher Fuel Costs

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Launch partnership Thomas Cook Belgium and Brussels airlines is given the green light from Belgian Competition Authority

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Malaysia Airlines Agrees to $3 Billion Boeing Plane Deal

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OTI and Corendon expand in Germany as Anex scales back

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Irish Aviation News:

Air Canada Deepens Embrace of the Emerald Isle with Expanded Non-Stop Services to Ireland from Toronto and Montreal 

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Bombardier aircraft progranmme ‘crtitical’ for NI operation

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Cobalt Aero extends Dublin to year-round service in W17

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Colm McLoughlin wins CEO Middle East Lifetime Achievement award

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Dip In Passenger Numbers At Shannon Airport

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EasyJet Beats Ryanair to Long-Haul Deals From Gatwick

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Emergency workers cycle 800km to honour R116 crew

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NAC delivered one ATR 72-600, MSN 1164, to Regional Jet OÜ on lease

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Norwegian Air’s Irish wing lost hundreds of millions of dollars last year

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Norwegian Air Shuttle still talking to Ryanair on flight connection deal -CCO

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Ryanair adds more flights on Bucharest – Timisoara route

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Ryanair launches 25 routes in one week

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Ryanair to start new Shannon-Barcelona Reus route in March

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Wexford pilot (73) lands plane one-handed after canopy opens

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Air Canada 737MAX 8 will serve Toronto – Shannon and Montreal – Dublin route 4 weekly each from June 2018.

@e_russell  Air Canada joining Norwegian flying 737 Max transatlantic.

@e_russell Sorry @BostonLogan fliers, American has no plans to fight B6 and DL there. “It’s always going to be a spoke,” says AA CEO Parker on Boston.

@e_russell “We’re either going to need to have a bigger [A350] delivery size or figure out if there is something else we can do,” says $AAL CEO Parker.

@SeanColahan AA & US both had their chance to dominate BOS and gave it up. B6 & DL saw and opportunity and pounced.

Video Picks:

A French airline is offering unlimited flights between Paris and New York for $40,000

Bombardier C Series Starts Operations at London City Airport with SWISS

Entrevista con John Hurley, CTO Ryanair

Low-level Flying Mach-Loop with some rare aircraft!

Ryanair loses EU legal battle to keep Irish law for crew abroad


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