Published on November 24th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/11/2017

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-STO Boeing 737-43Q(F) c/n 28490 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Positioned Shannon-Cologne 23/11/17 after paint ex VT-SVA.

EI-FVY Boeing 737-800 c/n 42092  Norwegian Air International Delivered Boeing Field-Oslo 22/11/17.

LZ-CMC Airbus A320-232 c/n 7974 CMIG Aviation Delivered Toulouse-Malta 22/11/17 VN-A576 ntu.

2-PMIL Airbus A321-231 c/n 3522 Lanmei Airlines Painted at Dublin 23/11/17 ex G-ZBAL.

Global Aviation News:

Are we set for a French revolution as HNA Group and David Neeleman join forces at Aigle Azur?

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BA Executive Club to remain closed to Australian frequent flyers

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Chinese Airlines Locked in Battle to Win Lucrative U.S. Routes

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HNA partnership with David Neeleman could signal new direction for Aigle Azur

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ImagineAir Eyeing Fleet Expansion, More Bases


Investors are sharing in the success of Europe’s low fare revolution

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The role of the regionals – smaller jets and turboprops retain ‘ongoing role’ in air transport system

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Thai Airways: first new order in six years to provide overdue replacements for 747-400s, older 777s

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US Immigration pre-clearance proposed for New Central Polish Airport

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Irish Aviation News:

Belfast International Airport passenger numbers to reach record 5.7 million

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Brightwater survey: Aviation leasing sector now expects highest senior-level salaries

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Confirmation of Attainment of Pier 2 Segregation Project Trigger

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EI-FVY Boeing 737-800 Norwegian Delivered

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EI-NEO Boeing 787-9 Neos First Flight

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IAG boss Walsh to address Shannon chamber lunch

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Ireland needs more aircraft repair firms, not just lessors

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New route to Turkey announced from Belfast

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Proposed runway at Dublin Airport is vital for Irish economy

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Ryanair offers flights from Kaunas in 3 more directions

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Time to ‘up the ante’ to get more female pilots says Qantas boss Alan Joyce

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Westport shortlisted for Aer Lingus inflight video guide

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Tweet Picks:

@airkarp Alaska Airlines’ LAX-Havana flight was a good litmus test for the viability of the US-Cuba air transport market. Alaska’s pullout from Cuba signals the market is not viable.

@airkarp Bombardier CEO Alain Bellemare says there is more US-produced content on the CSeries than on the 787.

@Airlineroute Eurowings is scaling back planned new routes at Berlin, due to commence in January 2018.

@e_russell SkyWest has won the EAS contracts to serve Greenbriar and Shenandoah Valley on behalf of United. 12-weekly flights each to ORD and IAD on CRJ200s from 1APR18. #LWB #SHD.

@julianoneill Govt says work on APD and VAT on tourism in NI will report by next budget (review was pledged in DUP deal with Conservatives).

@marcusleroux  Airbus UK boss Katherine Bennett: “Other countries would dearly love to build wings and believe you me they’re knocking at the door as a result of the situation we’re in”.

Video Picks:

Airbus A350-1000 Type Certification

Boeing’s Tinseth on 787-10 Dreamliner, 777X Program Updates, 747’s Farewell

Expect Ryanair to recover reputation following recent crisis: IHS Markit

Icelandair Hangar Foam Test

Resurfacing Dublin Airport’s Runway


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