Published on September 26th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 26/09/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
Acumen Aviation Attending Airline Economics Growth Frontiers Dubai 2017: http://bit.ly/2wEPZ4v
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 September: http://bit.ly/2y3paaz
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 September: http://bit.ly/2wg9U5y
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 25 September: http://bit.ly/2wONMUj
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25 September: http://bit.ly/2fvIUfb
Dublin Vacancy – Aircraft Data & Records Analyst: http://bit.ly/2yfIxcs
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 September: http://bit.ly/2wRS5JB
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
To be updated this week
D-ALPC Airbus A330-223 c/n 444 Air Berlin Ferried Düsseldorf-Lourdes 25/09/17 on return to lessor.
D-ALPD Airbus A330-223 c/n 454 Air Berlin Ferried Berlin Tegel-Zurich 25/09/17 on return to lessor.
D-ALPE Airbus A330-223 c/n 469 Air Berlin Ferried Berlin Tegel-Zurich 25/09/17 on return to lessor.
D-ALPG Airbus A330-223 c/n 493 Air Berlin Ferried Düsseldorf-Lourdes 25/09/17 on return to lessor.
D-ALPJ Airbus A330-223 c/n 911 Air Berlin Ferried Düsseldorf-Lourdes 25/09/17 on return to lessor.
Global Aviation News:
Air France joins low-cost long-haul fray with Joon
Airlines need to innovate, says Mogensen
Alitalia extends binding bid period until 16-Oct-2017
American Airlines’ Outlook Is Fuzzy and Analysts Don’t Know What to Think
Boeing confident 777-8 will be able to operate Sydney to London nonstop
Business Council of Canada Supports Bombardier in Boeing Fight
Cap visitor numbers or lose your soul, Lansky warns
Chicago’s airports to “aggressively” pursue new airlines
Copenhagen outlines next long-haul ambitions
European airline consolidation expected
Helsinki to hit 18 million passengers
Iberia eyes the world
IndiGo Grounds One More A320 Neo Plane
Kenya Airways asks Government for protection from foreign competitors at Nairobi
La Compagnie orders two all business class A321neos
LOT Polish Airlines hungry to highlight how its long-haul model can translate into foreign markets
Irish Aviation News:
A rare apology from O’Leary has done little to quell the groundswell of dissent
Avolon chief Dómhnal Slattery in flying form
Cancellations and staffing crises – is Ryanair losing height at last?
Club Travel flying high as profits rise by 48pc to €6.5m
Crisis-hit Ryanair ‘needs 3,300 more pilots to hit targets’
Dublin Aerospace welcomes new Aircraft Apprentices
Dublin-Beijing air route awaits China approval
EI-GDD Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight
Intrepid Celebrates Closing of First AFIC Backed Financing
Michael flies into turbulence
Opening up new routes, opportunities with Boeing 737 MAX from Irish Airports
Rosenbauer secures historic partnership with Irish airports
Ross tells O’Leary cancelled flights are ‘unforgivable’
Ryanair launches Bourgas base in S18
Ryanair: Tegel Referendum Result Welcomed
Ryanair to launch flights from Riga to Pafa and Burgos
Why Ryanair’s ‘mess up’ may not lead to lasting damage
Read more: http://www.bbc.com/news/business-41348971
Walsh tells airports that costs must be justified
Willie Walsh: LEVEL to have 30 aircraft in five years
@JohnLStrickland #WorldRoutes Willie Walsh told me @BoeingAirplanes 737 Max wasn’t made for North Atlantic. @Airbus A321 NEO has the advantage.
@MaxK_J Walsh says @flywithlevelEN will expand fleet to up to 30 aircraft by 2022 – wb and nb but all long-haul network #WorldRoutes.
@routesonline “Consolidation in Europe is a constant reality – you’ll either be a participant or a victim” – Vincent Hodder of Flybe #worldroutes.
@RoutesEditor “I’d be surprised if we’re not doing a Ryanair to Aer Lingus feed by next summer,” says IAG’s Willy Walsh #worldroutes.
@RoutesEditor Willie Walsh says IAG isn’t in the market for more Airbus A380s because they’re too expensive #worldroute.
BAA Training Graduation Ceremony 2017
Budget airlines to drive plane demand in next 20 years: boeing
GMR Group touching new heights in Global Aviation
How Boeing Tests the Wing Spars of the 777X
The Tomorrow of Sri Lankan Airlines – Interview with CEO Suren Ratwatte