Published on November 27th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 27/11/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 November:

Engines in harsh environment….connecting the dots:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 November:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 27 November:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 27 November:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 27 November:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

To be updated this week 

Aircraft Update:

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

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An extra million visitors in only two years, CTO chief says

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Arab airlines issue resolutions on European competition, global security

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Autopsy For the Airbus A380? Part I

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Autopsy For The Airbus A380? Part II

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Autopsy For The Airbus A380? Part III

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Lufthansa expands 747 use on Frankfurt-Berlin route

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The CEO of the oldest airline in the world explains the major mistake the industry made 20 years ago

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Vietnam Airlines eyes direct flights to United States in late 2018

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Will lie-flat seats become standard on US transcon flights?

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus pension funds still in escrow

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Bellew hit with back pay demand

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Cork to New York route still under consideration by Norwegian

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Datalex on target for earnings of 15-20pc


Irish Aircraft Leaser May Lease Planes to Google, Airbnb

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John Sisk set to win €100m contract to build Boeing hangar in UK

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No shortage of pilots in the airline industry, says Willie Walsh

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Strike threat at Aer Lingus as key jobs relocated to the US

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Tweet Picks:

@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.

Video Picks:

Aer Lingus to Seattle new route announcement – 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!


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