Published on October 16th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 16/10/2017
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
Dublin Office Vacancy – Aircraft Data & Records Analyst: http://bit.ly/2yfIxcs
EI-FPS Candair CRJ900 c/n 15437 Cityjet Delivered Montréal-Keflavik-Copenhagen 13/10/17 in SAS Airlines colours.
EI-STJ Boeing 737-490(F) c/n 28885 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Registered at Shannon 11/10/17 ex N788AS.
HB-AFW ATR72-202 c/n 419 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Ferried Geneva-Shannon 13/10/17 on transfer to become EI-SLZ.
Global Aviation News:
CAPA: ‘super connectors’ in Middle East and Turkey are ‘losing steam’ after earlier transformation
EasyJet in Talks for 25 Air Berlin Jets Based at Tegel Airport
Emirates’ Tim Clark: China airlines’ rise to affect all carriers
Game Over For Airbus A330neo?
Goldman’s Call Turns Cathay Into Hong Kong’s Hottest Stock
Hawaiian Air’s Quality, Local Routes Will Offset Southwest: CEO
HNA Unit Hainan Airlines Is Increasing Stakes in Three Carriers
IAG launches Vueling Club to frequent fliers
Rome stumps up more Alitalia cash, extends sale deadline
Surge in Drone Safety Reports Prompts ‘Emergency’ Action at FAA
TAP attributes strong trans-Atlantic growth to partnerships in the US and Brazil
TAP Portugal: ‘Much more is possible’ in JVs over alliances
Virgin Hands London-NYC Flight to Delta as Boeing 787s Need Engine Fix
Irish Aviation News:
Airport seeking tenders for removal of jet
CityJet: Brexit an ‘unconceivable folly’, UK Government leadership continues to ‘scramble’
Dublin Aerospace welcomes new MAMF Apprentices
IAG CEO Willie Walsh : LEVEL to grow ‘at a rate that is financially sustainable’
IAG CEO Willie Walsh on Joon: ‘I don’t get it’
IAG CEO Willie Walsh ‘No favour’ when investing in the group’s airlines
IAG still deciding on LEVEL’s AOC base, adds ‘IAG is a product of the EU’ -CEO Willie Walsh
Malaysia Airlines CEO: Finance community sees aircraft as a ‘wonderful asset’ to own
Malaysia Airlines CEO: Ryanair had a ‘psychotic focus’ on cost, some principles introduced at MAS
New September Record Set With 2.7 Million Passengers
Plans for Dublin airport hotel fail to take off
Potential Flight Disruption due to Storm Ophelia – Irish Aviation Authority
Ryanair maintains its dominance in Spain
Ryanair to Launch Flights from Eastern Finland to Greece
Ryanair to Launch 23 New Routes from Greece in Summer 2018
Ryanair route cancellations: about pilots or profits?
Travel Extra Sunday Supplement 15 October
@Airlineroute Hainan Airlines has applied 2 wkly each Shenzhen – Dublin and Shenzhen – Brussels with A330 or 787, from June and July 2018 respectively.
@Airlineroute Ukraine International Airlines’ Boeing 777 aircraft to serve New York JFK from 25MAR18, Beijing from 01MAY18. Economy Class 3-4-3 layout.
@CAPA_Aviation “We have a market niche, we try to control capacity and do things that are right,” says @RoyalJordanian’s CEO Stefan Pichler. #ACTECAPAlon.
@jonostrower And crucially, the combined VLA passenger fleet between A380 & 747 is smaller today than it was a decade go when A380 started flying.
@winglets747 Hainan Airlines applies to fly from Shenzhen to Brussels Dublin in 2018. Cathay Pacific recently announced service to BRU and DUB from HKG.
Airlines Take Flight After Lagging For Most Of 2017
Lough Sheelin | Float Plane | Piper Cub
Southwest Airlines Announces Plans To Fly To Hawaii
United Airlines CEO Shares How to Revitalize a Global Brand
United – A Fond Farewell to our Boeing 747