Published on November 6th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/11/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 31 October:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 31 October

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 31 October:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 31 October

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 31 October

Aircraft Update:

EI-DDK Boeing 737-4S3 c/n 24165 Safair Delivered Belgrade-Luxor-Entebbe International-Tambo International 03/04-11/17.

G-OZBX Airbus A320-214 c/n 1467 DVB Bank Ferried Shannon-Birmingham 31/10/17 in Monarch Airlines colours.

LZ-CMA Airbus A320-232 c/n 7309 CMIG Aviation Capital Delivered Toulouse-Malta 02/11/17 VN-A574 not taken up.

N271NV Airbus A320-216 c/n 2932 Allegiant Air Ferried Shannon-Gander-Bangor-Goodyear 03/11/17 in basic Alitalia colours ex EI-DSB.

Global Aviation News:

A Fistful of Dollars – will currency exchange pose a real risk to Europe’s airlines this winter?

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Airport System hopes to reignite international interest in Houston

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American Airlines joins rival Delta in upbeat forecast of higher ASM growth in 2018 as 4Q RASM rises

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An Army of Chinese Millennials Is Reshaping Global Travel

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Garuda Indonesia seeks a halt in aircraft delivery as focus shifts to utilisation, profitability

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Japan Airlines: seven months since growth restrictions ended. New flights, partners and fleet plans

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Lelystad Airport will become the second Amsterdam airport but phased growth is needed to temper local concerns

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Russian Traffic Rises, but Airlines Endure Instability

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SAS can defend its long haul niche despite strong Nordic competition. Launches Stockholm-Miami

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SAS contemplates modest capacity growth for fiscal 2017/2018

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Young Muslims Catch a $100 Billion Travel Bug

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus owner IAG targets higher core earnings in coming years

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Direct flights between Malta and Belfast begin

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Dublin Aerospace Jobs And Growth Announcement Welcomed

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Dublin Aerospace to create 150 new jobs

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Dublin tops Dubai as winter break destination of choice for residents of British city

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Flybe increases Dublin to London Southend route to 19 flights weekly in Summer 2018

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New Derry to Seville chartered service launched

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Passenger numbers at Cork Airport continue to soar

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Rescue 116 Memorial Seat at Dun Laoghaire Harbour

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Ryanair Holdings – Business model robust; FY guidance maintained

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Shannon Chamber President’s Lunch with Keynote Speaker: Willie Walsh, CEO at International Airlines Group

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Unions at Aer Lingus accept Labour Court recommendation

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UK transport secretary visits Belfast International Airport

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Tweet Picks:

@bernardlavelle #AOAConf17 Walsh. Ave price for LHR is £21 for LGW it’s £7. Why would I pay more? I would just move my business.

@bernardlavelle  #AOAConf17 Walsh. O’Leary is making noise as he doesn’t want to set up a UK AOC as he wants to keep his model simple I admire I’m for that.

@bernardlavelle  #AOAConf17 Walsh. IAG restructuring helped us to get strong. Alitalia and Air Berlin didn’t restructure and paid the consequences.

@bernardlavelle #AOAConf17 Walsh. Level doing extremely well. We would look at the UK for level but there are other opportunities in Europe first.

@Oliver__Clark  Alitalia is not an airline that anyone is interested in buying IAG’s Willie Walsh says #AOAConf17.

Video Picks:

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United Is Selling Seats On An 18-Hour Flight For $177 | CNBC


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