Published on November 28th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/11/2017

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:


EC-MTF Airbus A319-111 c/n 2832 Volotea Airlines Registered at Nice 26/11/17 ex EI-FXM.


EI-GCX Airbus A320-214 c/n 3278 DVB Bank Registered at Ostrava 22/11/17 in Monarch Airlines colours.


EI-RJY RJ85 c/n 2307 Cityjet Ferried Dublin-Cranfield 25/11/17 on return to lessor.


Global Aviation News:


Airport Breaks World Record for Number of Flights in 24 Hours


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AirAsia X slashes capacity to Sydney, Perth and Gold Coast as focus shifts from Australia to Asia


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Chinese airlines and the 777X: no immediate need for orders, as focus is on 777-300ER, 787 and A350


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Condor Flugdienst: Thomas Cook Group’s German airline raises profile with airberlin’s demise


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Corsair to deploy business class on entire fleet by the end of 2017


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Gulf Airlines Targeted for U.S. Tax Hit


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Hammond Asks Richest U.K. Fliers to Foot Tax Bill


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Spain Lines Up Brexit Backup Plan to Keep Tourist Planes Flying


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Surf Air Europe to relocate base to London City Airport, outlines planned 2017/18 destinations


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Why Am I Not Flying on a Supersonic Jet?


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Irish Aviation News:


ASL Confirms South African Shareholding Transaction


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Bombardier sales make up £2.4bn of UK deliveries


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IAG CEO Says Future Expansion Of Services Out Of Shannon Possible


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IAG’s Walsh Optimistic Of Post-Brexit Air Access Deal


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Irelandia Aviation launches AerDrone International


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Italian aviation union latest to back Ryanair pilots’ collective bargaining push




Sky’s the limit for Aer Lingus growth, says boss


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SMBC Aviation Capital announced as the National Gallery of Ireland’s first Corporate Partner


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Tweet Picks: Copy link to Tweet



@PEdmondAero Walsh: I could see us operating 20 A321LRs in @AerLingus in due course. We’ve ordered 8 and I’m confident those will prove the case for more. 


@PEdmondAero Walsh: I think new aircraft like the @Airbus A321LR will transform the industry. @Aerlingus has already identified 10 new points it could serve. 


@PEdmondAero Walsh: we debated quite a lot whether the @Aerlingus brand could be the basis of our low-cost long-haul, but brand not strong enough outside IRL/UK/US.


@PEdmondAero Walsh: we are likely to acquire the Monarch slots at @Gatwick_Airport which will give us the opportunity to expand.


@PEdmondAero Walsh: LEVEL is targeting underserved large cities in Europe: Barcelona, Paris, Rome, some German cities, some UK cities.


Video Picks:


Canada’s new airline passenger rules


Himalaya Airlines, Nepal-China Joint Venture Airline, welcomed its first new Airbus 320-214  


In-Depth: Nigeria set to establish another national airline


SMBC CEO: Aviation leasing’s roots are in Ireland


Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport holding forum for potential new airline service


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