Published on September 25th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/09/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Attending Airline Economics Growth Frontiers Dubai 2017:

Acumen Aviation attending ISTAT Europe 2017:  

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

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

To be updated this week 

Aircraft Update:

EI-FZZ Boeing 737-800 c/n 44796 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 21/09/17.

OY-YCG ATR72-212A(600) c/n 1450 Nordic Aviation Capital Delivered Toulouse-Billund 22/09/17 ex F-WWEW.

9H-CET Airbus A319-111 c/n Hyperion Aviation Ferried Malta-Budapaest 20/09/17 after storage ex EI-ETP.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus looks beyond Dubai for A380 future

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Boeing Lands $11 Billion 787 Deal From Resurgent Turkish Air

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California expansion by Alaska and Southwest reflects healthy competition in a dynamic market

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Condor, Eurowings fill Düsseldorf gaps with new Caribbean flights

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Emirates’ partner JetBlue slams US carriers in Gulf expansion row

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Five Years On, G650 Still ‘Top of Market’ Bizjet

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‘India Is Still A Big Market. The Golden Age Is Really Ahead Of Us.’

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JetBlue, CBP continue to work with SITA in biometric exit program

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Loganair vs Eastern Airways – Will the Scottish Islands be Aviation’s Next Bloodbath?

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Low-Cost Carriers With Long Returns? LCCs For 2018

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Lufthansa, EasyJet Get Inside Track on Buying Air Berlin Assets

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Minister Martina Hopes To Be Able To Convince Eurowings And Lufthansa To Fill Airberlin Route Düsseldorf Curaçao

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Norwegian Air eyes Monarch Airlines deal, sources say

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Norwegian’s UK subsidiary given final approval by U.S. Department of Transportation for transatlantic operations

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Philippines-Middle East market: Philippine Airlines resumes expansion as Cebu Pacific Air retreats

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Irish Aviation News:

AIB02CN F-WWCN / EI-GCF 1817 Aer Lingus ( CHR – TLS )

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Air Canada rouge expands Vancouver – Dublin service in S18

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Aer Lingus passengers spend ‘night from hell’ in Lanzarote Airport after Dublin flight cancelled – twice

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American travelers increasingly drawn to Ireland

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CEOs of Norwegian Air and Ryanair in public spat

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DAA fails to get new Dublin airport hotel off the ground

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Dublin Aerospace welcomes new Aircraft Apprentices

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Global recognition for Belfast International Airport director Uel Hoey

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Ireland West Airport welcomes delegation from Rhode Island

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Lufthansa Advert Mocks Ryanair Pilot Fiasco With ‘O’Deary’ Jibe

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Minister publishes policy statement on airport charges

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Michael O’Leary: a gift for controversy and an eye on the bottom line

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Norwegian is having more Pilot Roadshows in Ireland

Riviera Travel adds regional flights to the US with Aer Lingus over Dublin

Ryanair Says Bookings Steady, Lifts Pilot Pay Amid Cancellations

Shannon Based DAA Workers To Share In Lump Sum Payout

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 24 September

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WOW air to offer noon flight to Dublin

Tweet Picks:

@KianiKress  New record for @Airport_FRA – more than 220000 passengers last friday.

@KianiKress Then there were 2 @airberlin says now in talks with only @lufthansa and @easyjet sys @fvwde , so @condor / #Nikilauda out.

@PadraigMcKeon Dómhnal Slattery @avolon_aero says Irish diplomatic representation in China too small. It’s competitive and we need to commit @IoDIreland.

@winglets747 Airbus A320 final assembly line in Tianjin doesn’t produce aircraft only for Chinese airlines. AirAsia A320 under assembly.

@winglets747 Congratulations to our friends at Jeju Air for receiving their 30th 737.

Video Picks:

Airbus inaugurates A330 completion, delivery center in China

Alaska Airlines: The Airline Hawaii Loves

Eoghan Corry Morning Ireland Sept 21 2017

Norwegian Air CEO Bjorn Kjos on Competition, Growth

Norwegian Air’s CEO Reveals How to Get a Really, Really Cheap Fare to Europe

Ryanair’s cancelled flights

U.S. airlines phasing out Boeing 747s


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