Published on November 28th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 28/11/2017
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/2iTdaza
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
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
AirAsia X slashes capacity to Sydney, Perth and Gold Coast as focus shifts from Australia to Asia
Chinese airlines and the 777X: no immediate need for orders, as focus is on 777-300ER, 787 and A350
Condor Flugdienst: Thomas Cook Group’s German airline raises profile with airberlin’s demise
Corsair to deploy business class on entire fleet by the end of 2017
Gulf Airlines Targeted for U.S. Tax Hit
Hammond Asks Richest U.K. Fliers to Foot Tax Bill
Spain Lines Up Brexit Backup Plan to Keep Tourist Planes Flying
Surf Air Europe to relocate base to London City Airport, outlines planned 2017/18 destinations
Why Am I Not Flying on a Supersonic Jet?
Irish Aviation News:
ASL Confirms South African Shareholding Transaction
Bombardier sales make up £2.4bn of UK deliveries
IAG CEO Says Future Expansion Of Services Out Of Shannon Possible
IAG’s Walsh Optimistic Of Post-Brexit Air Access Deal
Irelandia Aviation launches AerDrone International
Italian aviation union latest to back Ryanair pilots’ collective bargaining push
Sky’s the limit for Aer Lingus growth, says boss
SMBC Aviation Capital announced as the National Gallery of Ireland’s first Corporate Partner
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.
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