Published on November 13th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 13/11/2017
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-GDN Boeing 737-800 c/n 44807 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 11/10/17.
HB-AFX ATR72-202(F) c/n 265 ASL Airlines (Switzerland) Ferried Cologne-Shannon 11/10/17 on transfer to ASL Airlines (Ireland) to become EI-SOA.
SE-RFR Boeing 767-38A c/n 29617 TUI Airways Ferried Stockholm Arlanda-Shannon 08/11/17 to become G-OBYK.
Global Aviation News:
Airbus’ A330 or Boeing’s 787 for LCC long haul?
Boeing Wins China Orders for 300 Planes Worth $37 Billion
Crossover Narrowbody Jets: The Solution For A Changing Landscape
Embraer Programs On Track as E190-E2 Enters Home Stretch
Emirates Profit Jumps 77% Amid Job Cuts, Reduced Dollar Impact
Eurowings’ Cologne/Bonn-Cape Town launch signals developments in Europe-Africa connectivity
Gulf and Middle East Carriers Continue To Expand
Hong Kong Airlines in rapid long haul growth phase, seeking secondary European destinations
Manchester’s ‘China Dividend’ highlights economic impact of air services
Many Asian Legacy Airlines In Aircraft Order Talks
Middle East Carriers Could Hold Key to A380’s Future
Nok Air plans to become a ‘lifestyle’ carrier
Parked in the Pyrenees, an A380 Awaits New Owner — or Scrapyard
Regional airline KLM Cityhopper has kind words but no orders for Embraer’s E2
Siberian Corridor remains closed for Norwegian Air
Southwest Eyes Hawaii’s Lucrative Island-Hopping Routes
Spirit Airlines faces 2017 capacity flux as unit revenue remains under pressure
Too Early To Write Off Gulf Superconnectors
Uber Partners With NASA in Vision for Managing Flying Cars
US global airlines work feverishly to offset cost headwinds in 2018 after cost escalation in 2017
Vietjet Evolving as a Consumer Airline in Its Next Phase Development
Vietnam Airlines in Share Sales Talks With Foreign Investors
Wow Air Looks to Outside Investment to Help Accelerate Growth
Irish Aviation News:
Fulfil protein bar listed on Aer Lingus flights
DAE Bounces Back After Acquisition of AWAS
Ireland’s newest start-up centre unveiled at Shannon Airport House
Ireland operator to offer budget ski packages from mainland UK
More than 3,000 Ryanair pilots seek collective bargaining
Q3 2017 Dublin Airport Quality of Service Monitoring
Ryanair changes airport on route between London and Belfast
Ryanair launches program to improve pilot management: memo
The Commission for Aviation Regulation completes the Autumn (2017) Licensing Round for Travel Agents and Tour Operators
Walsh predicts struggle for airlines in winter
We screwed-up on pilot roster … it will now take time to restore confidence, admits Ryanair man
@AirlineFlyer The 747 is far from dead. There are 245 flights operated by a 747 across 16 passenger airlines from every corner of the world today. Longest flight: @Qantas SFO-SYD at 7,418 miles Shortest flight: @Aliraqiaairways BGW-NJF at 89 miles.
@e_russell However, ALC could quickly look at the CSeries favourably IF: (1) It gets more orders and (2) the Airbus investment closes, says Hazy.
@e_russell “The 767 production line has never been shut down,” says ALC’s Udvar-Hazy on reports that Boeing may restart pax 767 production.
@ghimlay Azul is in talks to sell some E-Jets faster and bring on more A320neos, which CEO calls an “unbelievable fuel machine”.
@ghimlay Gol says new 737 Max will allow it to grow its international network – eyeing west coast of South America, Florida, Central America and Mexico.
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