Published on November 22nd, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 22/11/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 November

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 November

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 20 November:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 20 November  

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 20 November:  

Aircraft Update:

EI-GCF Airbus A330-302 c/n 1817 Aer Lingus Delivered Toulouse-Dublin 20/11/17 ex F-WWCN.

LZ-CMB Airbus A320-232 c/n 7922 CMIG Aviation Capital Delivered Toulouse-Malta 16/11/17 VN-A575 not taken up.

OE-IGE Airbus A321-231 c/n 6639 Avolon Registered at Shannon 17/11/17 in Air Berlin colours ex HB-JOX.

Global Aviation News:

APD to ‘damage global air connectivity’ post-Brexit

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BA to board passengers ‘in order of ticket price’

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Boeing Books 250 Orders And Commitments

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Boeing’s ‘797’ takes a big step toward becoming reality

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Brexit Cost to Aerospace ‘Extremely Worrying,’ Lawmakers Say

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Delta to offer free premium-class upgrades to elite travelers — if there are any seats left

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Indigo Partners patient on Frontier’s IPO, but latest Airbus order shows bullishness on US ULCCs

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Meridiana to pursue growth, rebrand as Air Italy; Meridiana has previously been shrinking

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More Than 10 Million Indians Flew In October

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Southwest Airlines: Consistently Profitable With Long-Term Price And Dividend Growth Potential

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ULCC market heats up

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United Airlines gets a grim gift from WOW air

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Wizz Air plans ‘major’ expansion from Luton airport

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus adds Seattle service from May 2018

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Aergo Capital refinancing deal may power €1bn in plane purchases

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CDB Aviation Delivers A321-200 Aircraft To New Airline Customer Asiana Airlines

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CDB Aviation Delivers First of 14 New A320neo Aircraft to India’s GoAir

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CDB Aviation Delivers One New Boeing 737-800 to Air Changan

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CDB Aviation Lease Finance Delivers First of Three 737-800s to Urumqi Air

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Former Ryanair boss to chair Hostelworld

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Ireland West Airport embarks on €15m phase of terminal enhancements and Runway upgrade works

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Ryanair to create 200 engineering jobs across Europe

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Tourism growth presents challenge to State, conference told

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Turkish Airlines to gradually introduce Boeing 737 MAX 8 on Dublin route

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Finnair has started codesharing on IBERIA’s Madrid – Mexico City sector (approx.) since 06NOV17.

@Airlineroute flydubai 737 MAX 8 will begin European service from late-December 2017.

@e_russell Aeromexico chief Conesa hopes the carrier could join the Delta, Air France, KLM, Virgin Atlantic JV in the second half of 2018, pending regulatory approval. 

@e_russell Deutsche Bank expects domestic capacity in Brazil to grow in 2018, first time in a few years, says Linenberg. #ALTAForum.

@e_russell “The [737] Max 10 is a very good airplane when the range is not a key decision,” says Gol, seeing different missions for it and the Max 9  #ALTAForum.

Video Picks:

Airbus A380 & Boeing 777 Formation Flight with Al Fursan | Dubai Airshow 2017 | Emirates Airline

KLM shareholding at Kenya Airways diluted to 7.8pc in new deal

Marie Astrid Baillet of Luxair in Dublin, Nov 16 2017

Southwest Airlines Unveils Disney∙Pixar “Coco”-Themed Boeing 737-700 Aircraft

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