Published on November 16th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/11/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Appoints Jeremy Edwards as VP-Sales & Marketing:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 November

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 13 November

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 13 November:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 November

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 13 November:

Aircraft Update:

C-FPCA Boeing 767-375ER c/n 24306 Air Canada Rouge departed Lufthansa Technik 09/11/17.

LN-TUK Boeing 737-705 c/n  29096 SAS to Lufthansa Technik 13/11/17.

TF-JOY Airbus A321-211 c/n 7433 WOW Air to Lufthansa Technik 13/11/17.

VQ-BSR Boeing 737-8AS c/n  33622 Rossiya  test flight at Shanon 12-13/11/17.

Global Aviation News:

Airfares Go Through the Roof

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AirAsia X further delays London relaunch due to A330neo setback, adjusts fleet plan with more ceos

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American Airlines joins the rush to offer Iceland flights from DFW Airport

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Atlanta’s airport belies the city’s relatively low ranking on the global economic scale

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Donald Trump firm asked by Prestwick airport to ‘pitch’ for new airlines

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Dr Peters chief confirms BA talks on ex-Singapore Airlines A380s

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Forecast shows widebodies as key to Gulf fleet growth

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Keeping grounded: why airlines are investing in airports

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Lufthansa offers 250 million euros to take on most of Alitalia’s fleet, half of staff: source

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Spirit Airlines giving big four domestic carriers reason to worry

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Travel sector makes pre-Budget plea for cut in APD

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WestJet pushes full steam ahead in growing its lucrative business passenger base

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Irish Aviation News:

Air Traffic Up At State Airports

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An Tánaiste leads Enterprise Ireland Trade Mission to the United Arab Emirates and Oman

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Dublin Airport growing at Shannon’s expense – CEO

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Dublin Airport Welcomes 15 New Services This Winter

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Economy luxury from Jan 2018 with American Airlines’ Ireland to Philly and NC flights

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Irish firms announce Dubai Airshow deals

Read more:  & Jet2holidays announces 17% seat increase from Belfast International for Winter season 18/19

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Loss Of Berlin And Stansted Routes Costing Shannon Airport 70,000 Passengers A Year

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Milestone Aviation and Leonardo to provide 3 AW169s to Falcon Aviation

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New Alicante Route for Ryanair

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Shannon airport bosses planning hangar for world’s biggest aircraft

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Tweet Picks:

@AirlineFlyer “The proposed A350 layout would help to close the seat gap, by moving the pressure bulkhead back by two and a half feet and changing the rest of the layout to leave more space for seats.” #PaxEx.

@ClodaghLRice Bombardier Sales Chief at Dubai Airshow says the Airbus deal meant higher production and “more wings coming out of Belfast” – also confirms a European airline considering buying 61 C-Series.

@grahamck63 Our best ever October that makes 8 out of 10 record months in 2017.

@jonostrower flipping the cancelled A350 deal to 787-10s is a big win for Boeing, but nixing 70 with a new order for 40 should give the whole industry pause about the growth expectations about the ME3.

@RAeSTimR Egyptair LoI for CSeries CS300 breaks down into 12 firm, 12 options, will be used on carriers Egyptair Express network. #DAS17 #avgeek.

Video Picks:

Boeing 777X Flight Deck Reveal

Bombardier Dubai Air Show 2017 Day3 Recap

KLM Sustainability in action

Opening of Louvre Abu Dhabi | Etihad Airways A380 Fly-by

Will Air Arabia partner with any Gulf based airlines? CEO Adel Ali responds


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