Published on October 17th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 17/10/2017

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 16 October: 

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 October:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 16 October: 

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16 October:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 October: 

Aircraft Update:

EI-SLZ ATR72-202 c/n 419 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Ferried Shannon-Geneva 16/10/17 ex HB-AFW.

EI-STJ Boeing 737-490(F) c/n 28885 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Ferried Shannon-Cologne 15/10/17 ex N788AS.

N826LG Boeing 737-4Y0 c/n 24519 LG Aviation Corp Ferried Moscow Vnukovo-Bergen-Keflavik 15/10/17 ex EI-CZK.

G-OZBT Airbus A321-231 c/n 3546 Wings Capital Partners Ferried London Gatwick-Toulouse 13/10/17 in Monarch Airlines colours.

G-OZBU Airbus A321-231 c/n 3575 Aergen Aircraft Twenty Two Ferried Birmingham-Montpellier 11/10/17 in Monarch Airlines colours.

G-ZBAD Airbus A321-231 c/n 5582  Aviation Capital Group Ferried Birmingham-Newquay 10/10/17 in Monarch Airlines colours.

Global Aviation News:

ARC Data Shows Decrease in Airline Ticket Sales for September 2017

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As Atlanta’s Airport Grows, Smaller Airports Lose Passengers

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Boeing, Airbus deals with Iran seem safe for now

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Boeing’s Bombardier Nightmare

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Delta CEO: Commerce Department’s decision regarding CSeries ‘doesn’t make a whole lot of sense’

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FAA adopts Stage 5 noise standard on new aircraft designs

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FAA Demands Inspection Of A380 Jumbo Jet Engines After Air France Emergency

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IAG: LEVEL could ‘work very well’ in China

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JetBlue anticipates revenue to take USD44m hit from ‘unprecedented weather challenges’ in 3Q2017

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JetBlue: Set To Soar

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Level Playing

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MH 1: The love affair of Malaysia and Malaysia Airlines

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Royal Jordanian Airlines: ‘Floods of overcapacity’ in the Middle East

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SalamAir eyes 20 aircraft in fleet in 5 years

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SAS board seeks financial room to maneuver

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See Qantas’ Perth to London Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner being built

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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon delivers one Airbus A320-200Neo to Air India

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Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR) publishes Capacity Assessment at Dublin Airport

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Domestic Australia-NZ air travel would be good for business: Alan Joyce

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Leading edge: Graham Keddie, Belfast International Airport

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M20 announcement welcomed by Shannon Group

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NAC purchased ten ATR 72-600 aircraft from Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras and delivered three new ATR 72-600s to the airline on lease

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New runway twist as IAA grounded on aircraft noise

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Ryanair Playing Nice

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Shannon Urged To Combat Dublin Dominance

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Stobart Aviation’s CEO calls on Government to solve capacity crisis

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Tweet Picks:

@aviator_aero easyJet to operate up to 25 A320s at Berlin Tegel if talks with Air Berlin succeed.

@FlyPanAm  The 747 will forever remain the Queen of the Skies. And she flew with Pan Am first.

@hharteveldt “We will not pay those tariffs” @Delta CEO on proposed 300% tariff on Bombardier CSeries aircraft #airline $DAL.

@jonostrower  Qantas CEO Alan Joyce says two 787-9s carry the same number of passengers as an A380, but two 787 flights are “a bit cheaper” than one A380.

@winglets747 Good for AirAsia Japan to be earning revenue finally, but initial schedule of two domestic round trips is low utilisation for its 2x A320s.

Video Picks:

Experience the thrill of flying with A350

G650ER Interior Design Tour at NBAA 2017

Tracking the aircraft leasing landscape

WestJet 737 MAX 8 from build to delivery flight

Working conditions at Ryanair


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