Published on September 29th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/09/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Attending Airline Economics Growth Frontiers Dubai 2017 :

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 September: 

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 September: 

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 25 September: 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 25 September: 

Dublin Vacancy – Aircraft Data & Records Analyst:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 25 September: 

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

To be updated this week 

Aircraft Update:

D-ALEO Boeing 757-2Q8(SF) c/n 29443 EAT Leipzing Departed Atlantic Aviation Group 24/09/17 arrived 02/09/17.  

EI-GDB Boeing 737-800 c/n 44799 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 27/09/17.

Global Aviation News:

Air Berlin ending Fort Myers flights but RSW working to lure other carriers

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Airports ‘not ready to become theme parks’

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Booming Russian Airlines Leave Kazakh Carrier Short of Jet Fuel

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Brexit will be disaster for UK airlines?: Will pilot unions threaten Open Skies? CAPA London Summit

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Current status of the airberlin bidder negotiations

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Designing airports for the ever-changing future

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Dubai Airport Posts Record Passenger Traffic in August

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IMF reports work on Air Madagascar’s planned strategic partnership is advancing

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In-Flight Wi-Fi to Make You Worth $4 More to Airlines Every Trip

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Korean airlines to hire 3,000 pilots by 2022

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JetBlue Asks U.S. to Reject Boeing in Bombardier Trade Dispute

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London Heathrow the ‘most connected International Megahub’; Asia leads the way among LCC connections

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Qatar Air Mulls New Boeing 747 Freighter Order as Cargo Booms

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WOW air SWOT analysis: WOW factor shows in Tel Aviv launch, near doubling of passengers in 8M2017

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Irish Aviation News:

Belfast-built Tucano touches down for RAF squadron tour

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IAG still working on Aer Lingus-Ryanair connections at their Dublin Hub

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DFW taking a ‘rifle’ approach to new routes sees new opportunities to grow its network to Dublin 

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Italy’s Antitrust Authority focuses on Ryanair

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Norwegian Air flies ahead with pilot recruitment

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ROUTES: Belfast City confident of new owner’s commitment

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ROUTES: Dublin aims to build on Asian breakthrough

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Ryanair’s Cawley named chairman of Linked Finance

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Ryanair completes €600m share buyback programme

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Seat capacity on Cork-Zurich route to double

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Should reputational damage at Ryanair scare off investors?

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Student pilot crashed in field after confusing airstrips

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Walsh confirms Air Berlin bid

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Willie Walsh Keynote: The launch of LEVEL and what it really takes to be low cost-long haul

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Tweet Picks:

@airkarp Bombardier, which has delivered 11 CSeries so far in ’17, is pressing to deliver 30 in ’17, but acknowledges 30 to be ‘challenging.’ #RAA17.

@airkarp Embraer is assuming it will be at least 5 years before MTOW scope clause is changed in US to allow E175-E2 into the market. #RAA17.

@airkarp E190-E2 flight test campaign is 64% completed, Embraer says. #RAA17.

@airkarp Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. plans to start building the first MRJ70 flight test aircraft late this year. #RAA17.

@RegionalGateway “Africa by 2050 will be epicentre of growth for global aviation” says Raphael Kuuchi @IATA #worldroutes.

Video Picks:

Airbus BLADE Makes First Flight WEB

Boeing’s Keskar Says Southeast Asia Is Key Focus

Emirates celebrates 15 years in Mauritius

Eoghan Corry RTE News at One, September 27 2017

SAS Airlines The biggest upgrade of our fleet ever

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