Published on November 10th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 10/11/2017
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-FPT Candair CRJ900 c/n 15438 Cityjet Delivered Montréal-Keflavik-Stockholm 09/11/17 in SAS Airlines colours.
N496CS Boeing 737-4M0(F) c/n 29093 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Delivered Dothan-Portsmouth-Shannon 08/11/17.
Global Aviation News:
Boeing Forges Ahead With Flight-test Campaigns
New Poll Shows Voters Overwhelmingly Reject New Tax Hike on Plane Tickets
OEMs Banking On Strong Middle East Traffic Growth
Slow start for Lufthansa on new U.S. route after Air Berlin collapse
TAP Air Portugal looks to the neo to deliver future long haul vision
Travel Service: purchase of majority stake in CSA Czech Airlines shows fast growing group’s ambition
UK Aviation Priorities: Clarity on Brexit and Expanding Heathrow
US airlines opposed to Gulf carriers ‘are never going to give up’: Qatar Airways CEO
Vistara to launch international services in 2H 2018
Wizz Air’s boss is keen on Monarch’s Luton slots
WTM 2017: Cape Verde to eliminate visas for EU citizens
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus named as one of the top short-haul airlines
Berlin Route To Have Huge Benefits For Kerry Tourism
Boeing, CDB Aviation Finalize Order for 52 737 MAXs and Eight 787 Dreamliners
Eirtech Aviation Services Announces New Engineering Leadership Team
How a top airline has responded to the surging popularity of budget airlines like Ryanair
Irish Tourism’s Brexit Challenge Continues
Productivity Takes Off for Irish Subcontractor with OPEN MIND
Revenues soaring at Dublin Airport hotel
Ryanair pilots tell CEO they want to negotiate collectively
Ryanair rolls out new digital initiatives
Ryanair to reinstate Belfast-London service a month early
SIPTU members in Aer Lingus accept Labour Court recommendation concerning pay
Stobart plots expansion into FBO market
United Arab Emirates: Company Formation In Shannon Free Zone
Unprecedented travel boom risks wrecking Irish tourism
@CAPA_Aviation Ahmet Olmuştur, CCO @TurkishAirlines: aims to be Top 10 in ASKs globally in 2023. Already has largest intenrational network. Will carry 69 million passengers this year #CAPASummit.
@CAPA_Aviation Andrew Cowen on China-India market: many big city pairs with natural trading & tourism opportunity but not sure how that opens up. Prof Alan is optimistic it will eventually open up, pointing out Chinese tourists are just starting to discover India #CAPASummit.
@CAPA_Aviation Martin: Leasing companies would love premium for NEO and MAX “but competition in market is taking away those premiums”. Initially leasing companies expected USD60k monthly higher lease rates than CEO or NG but at time fuel prices were high #CAPASummit.
@CAPA_Aviation NUS Professor Alan Tan: United/ANA and American/JAL using Singapore as example to China of how market benefits from JV. United/ANA and American/JAL trans-Pacific JVs now include several beyond markets including Singapore but do not yet include China #CAPASummit.
@CAPA_Aviation Robert Martin, CEO BOC Aviation: “We have truly a global industry that is firing in all cylinders at the moment … we are fortunate to have a strong industry” #CAPASummit.
@CAPA_Aviation Robert Martin, BOC Aviation: 2 big M&As in leasing sector since 2015 but market concentration is less as the two biggest players shrunk. #CAPASummit.
Qatar Air Seeks Trump’s Influence on Saudi-led Blockade
Spirit Airlines offering flight from BWI to Cancun
The Last United B747 International Flight
United’s last flight on a Boeing 747 departs San Francisco for Hawai’i
Why is this an interesting time for aviation growth the ME?