Published on November 27th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 27/11/2017
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 November: http://bit.ly/2k4IxtR
Engines in harsh environment….connecting the dots: http://bit.ly/2AfaiEa
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 November: http://bit.ly/2iT
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 27 November: http://bit.ly/2A8SkWb
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 27 November: http://bit.ly/2Bg2TUB
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 November: http://bit.ly/2jqGn3Y
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
To be updated this week
EI-FJR Boeing 737-86N c/n 36820 Norwegian Air International Ferried Lasham-Manchester 24/11/17 for Ukraine International.
EI-GCS Airbus A320-214 c/n 3278 Air Berlin Registered at Ostrava 22/11/17 for Vueling Airlines.
N762CK Boeing 767-3P6(F) c/n 26236 Kalitta Air Ferried Mexico City-Willon Run- Oscoda–Wurtsmith 22-23/11/17 ex EI-UND..
Global Aviation News:
American Airlines president takes the long view
An extra million visitors in only two years, CTO chief says
Arab airlines issue resolutions on European competition, global security
Autopsy For the Airbus A380? Part I
Autopsy For The Airbus A380? Part II
Autopsy For The Airbus A380? Part III
Lufthansa expands 747 use on Frankfurt-Berlin route
The CEO of the oldest airline in the world explains the major mistake the industry made 20 years ago
Vietnam Airlines eyes direct flights to United States in late 2018
Will lie-flat seats become standard on US transcon flights?
Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus pension funds still in escrow
Bellew hit with back pay demand
Cork to New York route still under consideration by Norwegian
Datalex on target for earnings of 15-20pc
Irish Aircraft Leaser May Lease Planes to Google, Airbnb
John Sisk set to win €100m contract to build Boeing hangar in UK
No shortage of pilots in the airline industry, says Willie Walsh
Strike threat at Aer Lingus as key jobs relocated to the US
@Airlineroute Eurowings will begin 6 weekly Dusseldorf – New York JFK service from 28APR18, operated by brussels airlines A340-300
@BrunoTrevidic Press Conference of Willie Walsh, the boss of IAG, November 28 in Paris… There’s Level in the air.
@LeehamNews From CreditSuisse analyst: Bangkok Airways is in the middle of an evaluation of the A319neo and CS300 to replace its fleet of 14 A319ceo aircraft. Bangkok excluded the E195-E2 as it is too small, and 737-7 out because Samui Airport cannot accommodate the MAX 7.
@LuxuryTraveller Ryanair announcing Stansted to Rimini for next summer. Moved from nearby Forli to Bologna – so fills a gap in Italy.
Aer Lingus to Seattle new route announcement – TravelMedia.ie TTR
Airlines are giving a positive outlook, IAG are looking bullish
China’s homebuilt passenger aircraft completes first test flight at Yanliang Testing Base in Xi’an
Drone Safety – Irish Aviation Authority
Inside The World’s Only Private Boeing 787 Dreamliner!