Published on September 21st, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 21/09/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
Acumen Aviation attending ISTAT Europe 2017 : http://bit.ly/2xQSv4x
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 September: http://bit.ly/2yjMFJf
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 September: http://bit.ly/2fuJ8Qs
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 18 September: http://bit.ly/2y8L5sY
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 18 September: http://bit.ly/2yiXgEn
Over 220 Delegates Attend Acumen Aviation 3rd Annual Aircraft Remarketing and Trading Management Conference: http://bit.ly/2fk0cbU
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 18 September: http://bit.ly/2fuQpzX
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
SAS Airlines increases Irish leased fleet: http://bit.ly/2fpXWmo
LN-RRF Boeing 737-85P c/n 35707 SAS Airlines to Lufthansa Technik 18/09/17.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus Chooses China for First Overseas Wide-Body Jet Plant
Air Malta introduces cheap fares, hives off ground handling to separate company
American Airlines Group: A Brief Primer And The Bright Outlook
Domestic Air Traffic Rises Nearly 16% In August
Expedia’s New CEO Wants to Double Down on International Markets
Heathrow urges action on “stifling” APD tax alongside new plan for domestic passenger growth
JetBlue in Lockstep With Fellow Airlines on ATC, but Not Much Else
Norwegian Air’s CEO Reveals How to Get a Really, Really Cheap Fare to Europe
Norwegian Air considers expanding service at Stewart
Pop-Up Check-In Stands Aim to Consign Airport Hassles to History
Rolls Royce chairman predicts: Chinese-made jet engines coming soon
Sky’s the limit for DAE’s aircraft leasing ambitions
TUIfly eyes costs as it prepares to take back Air Berlin planes -HAZ
Trudeau Threatens to Halt Boeing F-18 Deal on Bombardier Dispute
United Airlines Might Be Having an Identity Crisis That Is Worrying Wall Street
United Continental: Now That’s a Cut!
US airlines ‘very concerned’ over aviation regulations post-Brexit
When Your New Airport Is Six Years Late, a ’70s Relic Looks Good
Irish Aviation News:
Air Canada opens Boeing 737MAX 8 Ireland bookings for S18
Brussels South Charleroi Airport amongst most affected by Ryanair decision to cancel flights
EI-GDB Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight
Even 400,000 Angry Passengers Can’t Stop Michael O’Leary
Further crisis looms for Ryanair as pilots threaten strike action
KEB Hana Bank arranges $300 mn aircraft portfolio finance for Avolon
Read more: http://www.koreaninvestors.com/?p=3359
Michael O’Leary: Ryanair will be just one of 10-12 parties making binding offers for Alitalia
O’Leary’s Mea Culpa
Ryanair: ‘No longer negotiating with Norwegian’ to feed long haul services
Ryanair to take $30 million hit from flight cancellations
Ryanair wakes up to true scale of reputational damage
TrueNoord receives new investment from Aberdeen Asset Management
@CaseyNorton72 American CEO says airline has invested more than $32 billion in airport infrastructure – terminals and airfield improvements. #airports17.
@CaseyNorton72 “American is playing the long game…” Doug Parker on the fundamental shift in airline thinking. #airports17.
@Conor_Shine .@AmericanAir CEO Doug Parker tells #airports17 crowd raising PFCs cap ‘something we’re just not going to agree on, I’m afraid’.
@dansaltzstein International tourism to the U.S. declined significantly over first few months of 2017.
@MaslenAviation Interesting to see @HeathrowAirport – @AUStinAirport switched to #747 from Apr-2018. An upgauge in capacity but not necessarily an upgrade!.
Keynote: Lufthansa Airlines – Jens Bischof, EVP, Sales & CCO Hub Frankfurt
Michael O’Leary full press conference Sept 18 2017
Qantas – Not your typical airline – Australia – Not your typical vacation
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