Published on October 9th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 09/10/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Gains CAMO Approval for B737NG and A320 Family:  

Acumen Aviation Attending Airline Economics Growth Frontiers Hong Kong 2017:  

Dublin Office Vacancy – Aircraft Data & Records Analyst:

Aircraft Update:

EI-HEA Airbus A330-322(F) c/n 116 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Air-Test at Dresden 06/10/17 ex D-AAEA after cargo convefrison.

G-OZBW Airbus A320-214 c/n 1571 DVB Bank Ferried Manchester-Shannon 06/10/17 in Monarch Airlines.

G-OZBY Airbus A320-214 c/n 1320 CIT Aerospace Ferried Manchester-Shannon 06/10/17 in Monarch Airlines colours.

G-ZBAR Airbus A320-214 c/n 2142 Monarch Airlines Ferried Leeds/Bradford-Shannon 06/10/17 on return to lessor Elite Aero Ireland.

Global Aviation News:

Boeing Bets on Robot Pilots, Air Taxis With Aurora Takeover

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Boeing starts building first 737 Max 7

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Czech Travel Service buying Czech Airlines stakes from Korean Air, government: Czech TV

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Democratic route development

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EasyJet Counts on Failed Rivals to Boost Big-City Routes

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EasyJet Prepares For Fleet Changes

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EasyJet set to launch German routes if airberlin deal is finalized

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Emirates needs more A380s, says Tim Clark

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Emirates will be first airline to receive 777X, says Boeing

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Monarch Aircraft Engineering Seeing Interest In Freed Winter Slots

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New Love Story: Boeing 747 And Qatar

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One of Airbus’s best customers in the U.S. is having second thoughts

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Small Is Beautiful To Airlines, Not So Much To Passengers

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Supersonic Airlines Are Coming Back While Musk Dreams of Space

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100,000 customers lose tickets due to flight cancellations

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus slams Dublin ‘infrastructure shortcomings’

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Boeing 3Q deliveries up 12.2%; Ryanair takes most new aircraft YTD

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Commission for Aviation Regulation may fine airlines over delays

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Dooley Urges Government To Back Shannon Airport

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EI-GDF Boeing 737-800 Ryanair Flown back to Boeing Field from Spokane, Wa after painting

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Relations between Aer Lingus and DAA have ‘soured immensely’ over differences about airport infrastructure development

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Ryanair chief operations officer Michael Hickey to leave

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Ryanair’s O’Leary Makes Personal Appeal to Stem Pilot Revolt

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement Philly 2018 only the taster as Aer Lingus eyes up EIGHT new trans-Atlantic routes for 2019

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Willie Walsh May Have the Foulest Mouth of Any Airline CEO in the World

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Willie Walsh to be Keynote Speaker at Foundation’s 70th annual International Air Safety Summit

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Tweet Picks:

@AlastairDalton Air tax cut may now be delayed to 2021. @scotgov now tells me it will be “in lifetime of this parliament, not 2018” after telling me last night  “The 2018 target still stands”.

@crankyflier Well lookie there, there are no more @VirginAmerica flights starting April 25, that’s when it all goes @AlaskaAir.

@dominicgates US Commerce Dept 2nd ruling adds another 80 percent tariff to @Bombardier CSeries sales, for a total of 300 percent added to all US sales.

@JohnLStrickland  Close statement @easyJet   Positive performance in tough year. #airline well placed to benefit from #airberlin #monarch failures.

@R_Wall Airbus says A330-800 parts production  underway despite orders for only 6; 1st flight next year. A330-900 first flight pending soon.

Video Picks:

Airlander 10 Official First Flight Film with Commentary

Hallo Norwegian!

IAA and CAR respond to Brid Smith TD, re Ryanaire in Dáil committee

RAF Fighter Jets Escort Ryanair Plane Into Stansted Airport

Unbelieveable AIRBUS A380 HARD CROSSWIND LANDING during a STORM at Düsseldorf – 4K


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