Published on October 27th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 27/10/2017
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
N267AT Boeing 737-436 c/n 25267 Automatic LLC Ferried Tampa-Bangor-Keflavik-Shannon 23-26/10/17.
Global Aviation News:
Airlines need clear view of Brexit by October 2018 at latest – IATA
Airbus working on new Sharklets for A350
Air Transat increases trans Atlantic schedule with addition of A330 aircraft
Argentinian authorities back Norwegian start-up
Boeing Thinks Airbus Is Making A Big Mistake With Bombardier Partnership
Brussels Airlines could operate long-haul routes for Eurowings
Budget airline WOW Air scraps route connecting Bristol to USA
Cerberus approaches Alitalia over bid
CEO: Boeing’s narrowbody strategy unchanged after CSeries deal
Delta starts serving free prosecco on transatlantic flights to lure passengers from budget rivals
Europe 2017/2018 airline capacity outlook: highest winter seat growth in 10 yrs despite bankruptcies
Norwegian reports a result of 1 billion NOK (£94million) and passenger growth for the third quarter
Qantas receives first 787 and plans to exercise options: more 787s should go to low cost Jetstar
U.S. Airlines Know How to Squeeze Passengers
Why You Should Never Sleep on Long Flights: Travel Tips From a Marine
Why You Should Usually Book Your Hotel a Month Before Your Flight
Irish Aviation News:
Collective bargaining won’t fly with Ryanair management
Coordination Parameters at Dublin Airport for IATA Summer 2018 Season
Disasters and insults are just part of the job for Ireland’s aviation watchdog
Dublin Airport puts airside T1 and T2 electronics concessions out to tender
Ethiopian Airways 787-9 Dublin-Toronto Route Update
Lufthansa targets further Irish route growth
Lufthansa will lag Ryanair’s market share following AirBerlin deal
Ryanair tells pilots they’ll probably have to take all their annual leave early next year
Ryanair to launch route to Stockholm from Serbia’s Nis on Oct 31
Ryanair strike threat in Italy recedes amid questions over legality
Small Ireland continues to rule aviation industry
Stobart eyes spin-off of Dublin-based aviation unit in group reshuffle plan
@aviator_aero “Finnair’s expansion to reach all-time high during winter season – new routes opening to India, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic and Lap.
@AvWeekScho Korean Air president Cho says first C Series now expected by end of this year or early 2018. First was to be this week b4 latest delay.
@Bulc_EU Conclusion of the EU-Azerbaijan aviation agreement will enhance tourism &trade through better connectivity &lower fares. #AviationStrategyEU
@e_russell Air Canada will take its first 737 Max 8 in 4Q17, “beginning the rejuvenation and optimisation of our narrowbody fleet”, says Ben Smith.
@ghimlay JetBlue expects Florida bookings to return to normal in November after hurricanes, but Caribbean recovery will take many months, says CEO.
@justinbachman @JetBlue sets a “decision point” for Nov. to decide when to begin #A320 cabin refresh/densification. #PaxEx cc @AirlineFlyer.
@WandrMe .@Eutelsat_SA’s Burhm says max fuel penalty for IFC on 737/A320 is $4.80/hour. Total delivery cost of service is $736/day. #IATAWPS #PaxEx.
Airlines Whip Out Bubbly, Ice Cream, And Free Meals In Coach As Competitors Offer $99 Fares | CNBC
AFL-CIO and ALPA Message of Support for Ryanair Pilots
Boeing and NASA Use Synthetic Vision to Make Flight Training Real
End of an era: Farewell to the A340
Have you been on the Emirates A380?
Opening Day 1985 at Knock Airport