Published on October 12th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 12/10/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
Acumen Aviation Gains CAMO Approval for B737NG and A320 Family: http://bit.ly/2fKpS4K
Acumen Aviation Attending Airline Economics Growth Frontiers Hong Kong 2017: http://bit.ly/2yk6nHW
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 October: http://bit.ly/2xtIZmC
Dublin Office Vacancy – Aircraft Data & Records Analyst: http://bit.ly/2yfIxcs
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 October: http://bit.ly/2xsfrus
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 9 October: http://bit.ly/2y9RSWx
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 9 October: http://bit.ly/2yA8HLa
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 October: http://bit.ly/2y6zlbF
EI-GDF Boeing 737-800 c/n 44801 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 10/10/17.
G-MARA Airbus A321-231 c/n 893 Sasof Aviation Ferried London Luton-Shannon 10/10/17 in Monarch Airlines colours.
LZ-AWM Airbus A320-214 c/n 4294 DAE Capital Registered at Shannon 10/10/17 ex D-ABFH.
LZ-AWN Airbus A320-214 c/n 4433 DAE Capital Registered at Shannon 10/10/17 ex D-ABFK.
Global Aviation News:
Avis Budget extends IAG partnership
BALPA says a Brexit ‘no deal’ would spell disaster for UK aviation
Boeing a ‘Subsidy Junkie,’ UK’s Labour Says in Bombardier Spat
Emirates willing to cooperate with rival UAE airline Etihad
Etihad CEO looks to redefine airline’s future
Gulfstream to Keep G550 Private Jet Alive for Special Missions
Hammond Shoots Down Idea That No-Deal Brexit Means No-Fly Zone
Jet Airways Plan to Buy 100 Single-Aisle Jets
KLM and Schiphol: New Dutch Cabinet considering aviation tax
May Under Air Attack With Jobs Threatened at BAE and Bombardier
Norwegian Air reviews short-haul capacity
Passenger growth at European airports to soften as airline woes take their toll
Qantas raising A$350 million in loan, allows switching aircraft types used as collateral
Salmon fly commercial and airlines reap rewards of air cargo growth
Shakeout for Europe’s low-cost airlines
TAP Portugal cancels orders for two A330-900s: CAPA Fleet Database
Irish Aviation News:
Aerospace supplier expanding after award win
Asian dream takes flight for Irish exporters eyeing new growth markets
Bradfor has announced it has been awarded the SC21 Business Excellence Award
Cork maintaining ‘unbeatable connectivity’ to and from South of Ireland
Dublin Airport racks up growth
Fresh funding for new naval flagship vessel and military aircraft
Ireland’s September Air Traffic Soars to Record-breaking New Heights
Irish Duty Free Alliance set to hold crucial meeting on Friday
Norwegian Air Service from Providence Profiles the Rhode Island Irish Connection
Ryanair offers up to 22% pay rise for Stansted-based pilots
Ryanair to launch flights from eastern Finland to Greece
Stobart Group invests in luggage delivery travel technology scale-up AirPortr
Tom Crean’s portrait takes to the skies on Norwegian tailfin
@e_russell $DAL has no plans for further investment in Gol at this time, says chief Bastian.
@e_russell $DAL plans to roll out its ‘premium select’ premium economy seat across the Atlantic in Spring 2018, says Hauenstein.
@e_russell “It’s very hard for Boeing or any US manufacturer to claim harm for a product they don’t produce,” says $DAL chief Bastian on #CSeries case.
@e_russell “Yes, we will take the planes, there may be a delay… but we do not expect to pay any tariffs,” says $DAL chief Bastian. #CSeries.
.@LuxuryTravelled JetBlue are a dark horse – could be a real threat to anyone looking to do low-cost transatlantic.
Aer Lingus: Unhappy with Dublin Airport
Dublin Memories of the late 90s!
Flying Aboard the Bombardier Challenger 650 Business Jet – AINtv
Global 7000 FTV4 Journey to NBAA 2017
Gulfstream’s New G600 Business Jet Debuts at NBAA 2017 – AINtv