Published on November 2nd, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 02/11/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
Appraisals in the Information Age- A case for Data Analytics by Acumen Aviation: http://bit.ly/2gTiQv6
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 31 October: http://bit.ly/2zTTmlo
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 31 October: http://bit.ly/2zTyKtl
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 31 October: http://bit.ly/2gOM22K
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 31 October: http://bit.ly/2xEnwrQ
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 31 October: http://bit.ly/2ygWawo
C-FFPH Boeing 737-81D c/n 39440 Sunwing Airlines Ferried Dublin-Toronto Pearson 31/10/17 after summer lease to TUI Airways.
C-FTDW Boeing 737-808 c/n 34704 Sunwing Airlines Ferried Warsaw-Dublin-Toronto Pearson 30/10/17 after wet-lease to Travel Service Poland.
D-ABDK Airbus A320-214 c/n 2986 Air Berlin Ferried Munich-Shannon 30/10/17 on return to lessor.
D-ABDY Airbus A320-214 c/n 4013 Air Berlin Ferried Munich-Shannon 30/10/17 on return to lessor.
EI-GCY Airbus A320-214 c/n 4128 Ping An Leasing Ferried Woensdrecht-Almaty International-Guangzhou Baiyun International 30/10-011/17 ex D-ABFB.
OY-YBU ATR72-212A(500) c/n 541 Nordic Aviation Capital Ferried Mönchengladbach-Bydgoszcz 29/10/17 for paint into?.
OY-ZAH Embraer 190LR c/n 19000264 Elite Aero Ireland Ferried Bydgoszcz-Warsaw 30/10/17 ex TC-YAH
Global Aviation News:
Air France CEO bullish on ‘dynamic’ U.S. market, battle against low-cost rivals
Air Greenland sees traffic grow 7.8% in 2016 to 426,000 passengers; reports strongest load factor result in over a decade with it above 67%
Alaska Air Group faces tough pricing and rising costs in the home stretch of merger integration
Are Airline Loyalty Programs Worth the Hassle?
British Airways, cabin crew settle dispute
Germany’s unusual potential for three main airport hubs – or even four or five
Icelandair will no longer fly to Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, opts for Madrid
It’s business as usual, says Niki
JetBlue Airways regroups after hurricane disruption; plans lower capacity growth in 2018
The Catalonian crisis: impact on Spain’s air transport, tourism and airports
United Airlines Pays a High Price Because It Lacks a Southeast Hub
U.S. Airfares Set To Rise In 2018
VietJet Air pursues rapid international growth, tripling in 18 months, with focus on Korea & Taiwan
Xiamen Airlines and China Southern lead the carrier charge for W17/18 growth; China, India and the US front country market growth
Irish Aviation News:
Budapest Airport launches Winter 2017/18 with Ryanair
East Midlands to Seville now on Ryanair
Eurocontrol to examine Aireon space-based ADS-B on cost, performance & network benefits
IAG CEO Willie Walsh expects EU flights to weather Brexit
IAG hopes Level and Iberia Express will help its bid for Monarch’s slots
Ryanair’s enriched route network from Cologne Bonn
Ryanair Holdings’ (RYAAY) CEO Michael O’Leary on H1 2018 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
Ryanair launches flights from Bulgaria’s Varna to Brussels
@e_russell Airline “industry margins are expected to decline for a third consecutive year” in 2018, writes JP Morgan analyst Baker today. #PastPeak.
@e_russell WestJet has firmed orders for 12 737 Max 10. 7 converted from Max 8s, 5 incremental orders. h/t @jmhdinger.
@hharteveldt .@iata will have Global Airport and Airline Symposium, with cargo & “below the wing” focus and more airport/gov’t involvement in 2018.
@jrmaidment Willie Walsh, CEO of IAG (which owns BA), says airlines would like “absolute clarity” on post-Brexit arrangements 6 months in advance.
@TW_Seal BA boss Willie Walsh says Air France would love a post-Brexit aviation deal to be “as restrictive as possible because they hate competition”.
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