Published on October 31st, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 31/10/2017
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D-ABDO Airbus A320-214 c/n 3055 Air Berlin Ferried Berlin Tegel-Shannon 28/10/17 on return to lessor.
EI-DSB Airbus A320-216 c/n 2932 Alitalia Ferried Rome FCO-Shannon 26/10/17 Re-Registered 27/10/17 as N271NV
EI-FMV Airbus A319-111 c/n 2332 Volotea Ferried Nantes-Shannon 28/10/17 to be re-registered EC-MTE
EI-STO Boeing 737-43Q(F) c/n 28490 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Registered at Shannon 27/10/17 in QuikJet Cargo Airlines colours ex VT-SVA.
Global Aviation News:
Alaska Air Had A Rough Q3, But Better Times Are Ahead
American Airlines Sees More Pricing Power This Quarter
Boeing’s Tanker Stumble Mars Cash Surge Fueled by Jet Deliveries
Capital injection announced by the shareholder set to stabilise and strengthen SAA
Composites Keep 787s Flying Like Nothing Before It
First A320neo assembled in Tianjin delivered to AirAsia
Jeju Air touts nimble decision making as key to success
Less Is More for Qantas
Lufthansa Gets a Lesson On How to Squeeze Its Passengers
Lufthansa’s insatiable appetite for growth
Luxair eyes future fleet in 2018
Near Death, Air Berlin Does the Unexpected: Sell Seats at a Profit
New Faro terminal adapting ‘to a new paradigm of air transportation in the Algarve’
New Security Screenings to Start for All U.S.-Bound Airline Passengers
Norwegian Air – Another cost-based miss in Q3; growth continues unabated
Norwegian Air says on course to cut costs, despite rising pay for pilots
Seven Start-Ups Join IAG’s Latest Hangar 51 Accelerator
Spirit Air Surges Most in Four Years After Curbing Growth Plans
TAP expects to open new Porto routes in the spring
Irish Aviation News:
AerCap Delivers First Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to Ethiopian Airlines
Aer Lingus eyes up to 10 new Dublin-US routes
Aer Lingus owner IAG beats profit expectations in third quarter
Cost-cutting will not impact Irish flights, says Norwegian Air
EI-GDK Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight
EI-GDM Boeing 737-800 Ryanair Flown back to Boeing Field from Spokane, Wa after painting
FPG Amentum delivers two 737-900ERs to Eastar Jet
GECAS Takes Delivery of Airbus’ Tianjin Factory First A320neo Aircraft to be Leased to AirAsia
Goshawk returns to Schuldschein as dollars grow
North America driving tourism growth to Ireland in 2017
No pilot shortage, says Walsh
Ryanair Tells Pilots It’s Making Progress Easing Pilot Shortage
Wings Capital Partners Appoints New Managing Director of Irish Subsidiary
€47m pay bonanza for AerCap’s high-flying Irish staff
@GlennFarleyK5 Boeing’s backlog of 5659 jets worth $412 billion. 7 years worth of work. Boeing CEO says business less cyclical.
@GlennFarleyK5 Boeing’s CEO says they have not made decision on whether NMA program will happen. If yes, it could enter service in 2024/25.
@GlennFarleyK5 Boeing’s Muilenburg says 737 MAX now integrated into 2 of 3 Renton assembly lines.
@GlennFarleyK5 Renton built 737 will go to 57/month in 2019, skyline sold out. May go higher based on demand.
@jonostrower Muilenburg: 777 is now “oversold” in 2018 after halving of production to 3.5/mo. 90% for 2019.
@LeehamNews About 45% of current operators have not ordered MAX. Pent up demand equates to another 500+/yr deliveries over 5 yrs from 2020; hike needed.
A fond farewell to Fokker
Dublin Airport First Line Turnout
Finnair New Long-haul Destinations for Winter 2017-18
Turn your SuperValu Real Rewards into flights with Aer Lingus
T2 Surface Car Park