Published on October 4th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/10/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Gains CAMO Approval for B737NG and A320 Family:  

Acumen Aviation Attending Airline Economics Growth Frontiers Hong Kong 2017:  

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 October

Dublin Office Vacancy – Aircraft Data & Records Analyst:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 2 October:  

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 2 October   

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 October

Aircraft Update:

VQ-BII Boeing 737-48E c/n 25773 Yamal Airlines departed Atlantic Aviation Group 30/09/17 to Keflavik  arrived 15/07/17.  

Global Aviation News:

Airlines guaranteed exclusive routes, as long as they depart from YKF

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American Airlines Calls PHL Airport ‘The Crown Jewel,’ Priming It For the Future

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American And JetBlue Plan To Squeeze Even More Seats Into Domestic Aircraft

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Could Singapore Airlines Fly To Rescue Of Thailand’s Nok Air?

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European airline failures play into hands of richer rivals

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Japan Airlines Wants More Routes to India and North America

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Monarch administrators set to return aircraft to lessors

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Monarch Airlines Bankruptcy Could Paint a Grim Picture for Airline Short Sellers

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Monarch Airlines’ collapse nullifies a Boeing ‘win’ over Airbus

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Small airports are trying to cash in on big-city travelers

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T.F. Green Airport marks completion of runway extension

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Transat A.T. Inc. continues its fleet reconfiguration, signing an agreement with Thomas Cook

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USAF working with US airline industry to address pilot shortage

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Why do European airlines keep going bust?

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Irish Aviation News:

Brokenshire: Bombardier Jobs Are ‘Absolutely Vital’ For NI Economy

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Challenge to new €329m runway plan at Dublin Airport opens in High Court

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Cork Airport’s Continuing Passenger Growth Welcomed By Tourism And Business Leaders

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Crisis-hit Ryanair needs to take a hard look at its board

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Dómhnal Slattery: I’m feeling it in the air tonight

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Icelandair adds Dublin service from May 2018

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Icelandair To Operate New Dublin-Reykjavik Service

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Malaysia Airlines to lease 6 Airbus 330-200 from AerCap

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Monarch failure a ‘wake-up call’ for Irish travel industry

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New Aer Lingus route will compete with US airline

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Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 1 October 

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell  Aer Lingus signals Philadelphia link in 2018. 

@ghimlay WestJet will begin Mexico City service from both Calgary and Vancouver in March 2018.

@hharteveldt .@AmericanAir #AAdvantage members redeem 1.5B miles every day, says AA President Robert Isom #AALDay #airline #loyalty #marketing.

@hharteveldt .@AmericanAir will no longer provide monthly traffic results. Will only report quarterly data. Hmmm. #AALDAY.

@hharteveldt  Charlotte-#Asia @AmericanAir nonstops are “more challenging” due to distance and aircraft limitations, says VP Raja #AALDay #airline.

@MaslenAviation Looks like @DublinAirport will not be first transatlantic market for @AirCanada #737MAX aircraft after #StJohn’s – #London schedule switch.

Video Picks:

Airborne-Unmanned 10.03.17: Drone Landmark Restrictions, Wynne on MAC, Autonomous Hover-Taxis

Embraer A World of Challenges

Japan Airlines Mulls More Airbus A350s

Msgr Horan interview with Jim Fahy

Painting WestJet’s first Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft


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