Published on November 20th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/11/2017

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:

D-AHFW Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 30882 Andes Líneas Aéreas painted at Shannon 15/11/17 prior delivery in December.

D-AHFZ Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 30883 Andes Líneas Aéreas painted at Shannon 15/11/17 prior delivery in December.

HL8232 Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 27979  T´Way Air Ferried Gimpo International-Astana-Shannon-Kemble 18-19/11/17 for part-out & scrap.

Global Aviation News:

Airports a major hurdle to high tech air travel, says AirAsia’s Tony Fernandes 

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AirAsia Group CEO lauds Changi for understanding the value of LCCs

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Big Four US Airlines Flex Their Muscle

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Drama in the Desert: How Airbus’s A380 Deal in Dubai Evaporated

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Franco-German market returns to growth after several years of decline, Lufthansa is the largest carrier but LCCs lead the charge

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German Airfares Go Through the Roof

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How Brussels recovered to become one of Europe’s most successful airports

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Pressure mounting for APD cut in budget

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Private-Jet Owners Are Poised to Get Tax Break Under Senate GOP Plan

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These Three Industries Are Giving Airlines Lots of Money

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United Continental: On Course to Lose Money Next Quarter?

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus aiming to link Europe and the US

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Aer Lingus to Debut Nonstop Seattle to Dublin Service in May 2018

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AerCap: All new order positions placed for 2018, 118 used aircraft to be placed over 2018/19

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AerCap Holdings N.V. Announces Pricing of $800 Million Aggregate Principal Amount of Senior Notes

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CDB Aviation Expands Global Commercial Team In Continued Growth Drive

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DAA accused of scuppering new Shannon route

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Dublin Airport planning relocation of hangar space to facilitate future extension

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IAA Launch Drone Safety Awareness Campaign

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Iberia Express teams up with Tourism Ireland to promote Dublin as an off-season destination

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Irish Commission for Aviation Regulation issues Dublin Airport passenger charges cap

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On the move: appointments update 16.11.17 – Jeremy Edwards, VP – Sales & Marketing Acumen Aviation

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Luxair schedules weekly Dublin-Faro charter in Summer 2018

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Seamless from Seattle — Aer Lingus launches new direct route from North America to Ireland

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Shannon struggles for growth lift-off

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Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister notes ‘good progress’ in talks with Ryanair

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute AerLingus is adding Dublin – Seattle service from 18MAY18 with A330-200, 4 times a week.

@campaignforleo Good news for Irish business, tourism and jobs: Aer Lingus announces new route to Seattle via @RTENewsNow.

@e_russell  “It’s a lot more efficient for passengers from Latin America to go to the United States with the alliances,” says Avianca at #ISTATLatAm.

@e_russell “If we’re looking for range, for sure the A321neo is a better plane. However, if you’re looking at operating costs the Max 8 is a great airplane,” says Gol. #ISTATLatAm.

@Jamie_Freed AirAsia testing personalised baggage pricing, eyes more add-on revenues.

Video Picks:

Aer Lingus | Seattle

Airlines will need to build higher fuel prices into planning: executive

Higher jet fuel costs could push up airfares

Spirit Airlines CEO Bob Fornaro on Expanded Service from Pittsburgh to Florida

Stephen Kavanagh announces new Aer Lingus Dublin Seattle route

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