Published on December 4th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/12/2017

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-GDO Boeing 737-8AS  c/n 44808 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 29/11/17.

EI-SIA Airbus A320-251N c/n 7897 SAS Airlines Ireland Delivered Hamburg XFW-Stockholm Arlanda 30/11/17.

G-DBCB Airbus A319-131 c/n 2188 British Airways Ferried Shannon-London Gatwick 30/11/17 after paint into standard colours.

G-EUPA Airbus A319-131 c/n 1082 British Airways Ferried London Gatwick-Shannon 30/11/17 for paint into standard colours.

Global Aviation News:

Air cargo to enjoy highest growth since 2010, but huge structural overcapacity still exists

Air Seoul SWOT: growth opportunities, a need to lower costs and secure funding

EasyJet: a digital leader growing ancillary revenue, but profit falls again as Dame Carolyn departs

Heimbach to push for funding for international arrivals facilities at SWF

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How Icelandair aims to tackle Norwegian’s transatlantic ambitions, Keflavík capacity crunch and fleet renewal

jetBlue Airways’ big challenge: can it achieve its ambitious cost targets?

Leased Airbus A330s to help grow AirAsia X network

LEVEL selects Paris Orly Airport as second base, announcing four new routes to the Americas

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More airlines will fold in battle for middle ground, analyst says

Norwegian Plans New Flights in $4.3 Billion Argentine Expansion

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Open skies deal ‘increasingly important’ for Portugal tourism, urges UK ambassador

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Stewart passenger volume has soared since arrival of Norwegian Air

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SWISS expands Zurich flights, fears airport restrictions

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What Boeing’s Giant 777X Could Mean for Air Travel When It Debuts in 2020

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White & Case Advises Kenya Airways on US$2 Billion Restructuring

Irish Aviation News:

Airborne Capital Launches Targeting $US5bn of Managed Assets

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An Irish aircraft-leasing company has said it could soon lease out its A380 planes to firms such as Google, Expedia and Airbnb.

ASL Confirms Farnair Handling Transaction with Menzies

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Cobalt Air aims for three Cyprus flights a week from Dublin and to open in another Irish airport

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Dublin Aerospace rules out UK as it scouts for new site

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Flights from Cork to New York not on agenda for now

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

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Ryanair debuts Dublin to Stuttgart service

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Shannon Airport Not Satisfied With Government’s National Planning Framework

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Transport Minister Shoots Down Potential Rail Link Between Shannon Airport And Limerick

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Travel Extra Sunday Supplement 3 December

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Waypoint Looks at Super Mediums

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute United High-Density 777-200 (J28Y336) to serve Newark – Barcelona from 23APR18, Newark – Madrid from 23MAY18. The HD configuration already serves Newark – Dublin.

@e_russell Allegiant seeks 12 more used A320s by 2020.

@Flightglobal_ET The biggest signal yet that @Qantas is missing the flexibility that the 767 brought to transcon/shorthaul int’l flying.

@JohnLStrickland CEO  @airarabiagroup Adel Ali says Moroccan market under Open Skies performing strongly.  Moved from 3-8 #Aircraft #aviationdxb.

@winglets747 Emirates President Tim Clark: “Had it not been for open skies, Boeing would have sold 50% fewer aircraft”.

@winglets747 Jet Airways will do more flying (and longer flying) in this partnership compared to Etihad, where Jet only flew India-Abu Dhabi.

Video Picks:

Enda Corneille Ireland manager of Emirates, speaking at Residence in Dublin

Expect Ryanair to recover reputation following recent crisis: IHS Markit

Jet Airways Joins Hands With Air France-KLM | CNBC Awaaz

Peter Bellew Let’s Talk Tourism November 10 2017

RUAG Aviation – Craftsmanship in aircraft painting


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