Published on November 7th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 07/11/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 November: http://bit.ly/2h5zEvA
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 November: http://bit.ly/2lVobUJ
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 6 November: http://bit.ly/2zhKLMu
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 6 November: http://bit.ly/2izvKeN
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 6 November: http://bit.ly/2yzg9Xr
EI-EZC Airbus A319-112 c/n 2879 Rossiya Airlines Ferried Pulkovo-Woensdrecht 06/11/17.
G-NPTY Boeing 737-436(F) c/n 25267 West Atlantic Airlines Painted at Shannon 05/11/17 ex N267AT.
M-ABJE Airbus A319-133CJ c/n 1256 FAI rent-a-jet Delivered Shannon-Nuremberg 06/11/17 ex CS-TLU.
Global Aviation News:
BMI Regional reveals plans to expand outside of the UK
British Airways to bring back second meal for long-haul flights
Clark sees potential for 200 A380s at new Dubai airport
Edelweiss Air to lease A320s from Macquarie Group
Emirates aims to place fresh A380 order at the Dubai airshow
International Consolidated Airlines (ICAGY) Investor Presentation – Slideshow
Japan Airlines: seven months since growth restrictions ended. New flights, partners and fleet plans
Norwegian Air sees nothing but blue skies ahead at Stewart
Qatar Airways Buys Cathay Pacific Stake for $662 Million
Singapore Airlines A380: seat density increase, new cabin products to improve fleet profitability
Southwest Airlines believes it can attain positive RASM and flat cost growth in 2018
Tourist boards and airlines should join forces for success
Ultra-low-cost carriers to battle for B.C. market share
Wow Air chief to weigh up potential IPO
Irish Aviation News:
Airport workers see sharp fall in pension values
Chinese fire up Irish aviation finance market
CityJet open to additional regional acquisitions if part of a legacy flying contract
Delta Airlines to operate Boeing 757-200 on Shannon/New York JFK route in Summer 2018
Dubai fund clears McEvaddy terminal scheme for take-off
DCU honours leading airline executive Willie Walsh
Read more: http://www.dcu.ie/news/2017/nov/s1117c.shtm
EI-GDN Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight
EI-GDO Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight
Goshawk Aviation CFO quits to set up new fund – sources
IAG lauds ownership-cost benefit of Level A330s – CEO Willie Walsh
Mayo brothers’ plan for new terminal at Dublin Airport is resurrected – report
Norwegian to operate weekly service on Dublin/Helsinki route using Boeing 737 MAX-8
Ryanair’s stance in talks ‘aggressive’, claims Ukraine
Surf Air to arrive in Dublin with ‘all-you-can-fly’ membership
Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 5 November
@bernardlavelle #AOAConf17 Walsh. There are other airlines that are weak. Oil prices going up. There are others to fail this winter but I won’t name names.
@bernardlavelle #AOAConf17 Walsh. This is an attractive industry to be in as long as we’re not complacent. It’s a different industry since about 2008.
@bernardlavelle #AOAConf17 Walsh. We need to keep challenging the industry to be successful. We need to be profitable to sustain the industry.
@UKTiEurope Willie Walsh, CEO of IAG, says participation in EASA is critical as UK is not in position to replicate necessary oversight @CommonsTrans.
Aero-TV: Nextant Aerospace – Recrafting Some of BizAv’s Favorites
A journey back to Airbus heritage
Consolidation is key for our industry: Air France-KLM CFO
More value, less environmental impact
Qatar Airways Inaugural Flight to Sarajevo