Published on October 19th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/10/2017

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:

D-ABXG Airbus A330-223 c/n 802 Air Berlin Ferried Dusseldorf-Shannon 17/10/17 on return to lessor.

2-CYAJ Embraer 190LR c/n 19000230 Aldus Aviation Ferried Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen-Warsaw 16/10/17 ex TC-YAJ.

Global Aviation News:

Air Berlin deal to lift Eurowings sales above 5 billion euros in 2018

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CEO: Turkish Airlines US-Turkey bookings drop sharply after visa row

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Condé Nast Traveler Reveals the All-New 2017 Readers’ Choice Awards: The World’s Best Hotels, Resorts, Cities, Islands, Airlines, and Cruise Lines

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Delta evaluating A320neo or 737 Max family order

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European Airline CEOs concerned about “supernormal” returns at the majority of Europe’s largest airports

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Eurowings Expects Difficult Winter Ahead Of Air Berlin Integration

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Huge Increase in U.S. Travelers Flying to Portugal as JetBlue & TAP Air Portugal Partnership Hits One Year Mark

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KBRA Releases 2017 Update on the Regional Aircraft Market

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OAG’s On-time Performance Star Ratings Highlight North America’s Most On-Time Airlines and Airports

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Oneworld: Airberlin will leave alliance Oct. 28

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Rebound in international markets drives Delta Air Lines’ capacity uptick in 2018

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TUIfly targets seven planes for Eurowings and more seat-only sales

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Wall Street Is Still Waiting for United Airlines to Get It Together

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Irish Aviation News:

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

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh sees growth opportunities in weak airlines

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IAG CEO sees ‘significant’ competition issues with Lufthansa/Air Berlin deal

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IAG interested in failed airline Monarch’s Gatwick slots – CEO

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Malaysia Airlines’ Statement Regarding Peter Bellew

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Milestone Aviation Group Supports Heligo’s Growth in India

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New Airline Level’s Fleet to Reach 30 Aircraft by 2022-IAG CEO

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New £35m aerospace engineering factory open for business

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Ryanair Holdings – Investors focus at H1 results will move from the rostering debacle to forward bookings and cost base

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Waypoint Leasing Receives Structured Innovation Award for Establishing Leasing Platform in Tianjin Free Trade Zone, China

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Willie Walsh calls Heathrow expansion ‘ridiculous glory project’

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Willie Walsh (IAG) received the CAPA Legend Award

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Tweet Picks:

@hharteveldt .@boeing’s inability to deliver 787s in timely manner & better pricing on @Airbus A350 behind DL’s decision to go w/the A350 #DeltaA350Day.

@hharteveldt .@delta exploring options to bring @Aeromexico into its trans-Atlantic joint ventures — DL CEO Ed Bastian #airline.

@hharteveldt  Even adjusted for inflation and bag fees, “Fares have not grown” since 2008, says @delta CEO. Air travel remains great value. #airline.

@hharteveldt .@Delta’s traffic to #Mexico growing at “double-digit clip” thanks to JV with @Aeromexico – DL CEO #Airline.

@hharteveldt .@Delta will replace 25% of its fleet over the next three years #DeltaA350Day.

Video Picks:

Air Berlin Flug AB 7001 Low Pass Tiefflug über Düsseldorf Airport Video aus dem Tower

AirAsia’s CEO on Low-Cost Carriers, China, Outlook

Easyjet Goes Long-Haul

Four days flying: One reporter’s 90-hour marathon on Asian budget airlines

Qantas Dreamliner | 9 News Perth


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