Published on December 6th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/12/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 December

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 December:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 December

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 December

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 December:

Aircraft Update: 

D-ABXG Airbus A330-223 c/n 802 Air Berlin Ferried Shannon-Dublin 27/11/17 for Evelop.  

D-AIDN Airbus A321-231 c/n 4976 Lufthansa to Lufthansa Technik 26/11/17. 

D-AIRO Airbus A321-131 c/n 563 Lufthansa departed Lufthansa Technik 27/11/17.

D-ATUM Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 37240 TuiFly departed Atlantic Aviation Group 25/11/17.

SX-DGJ Airbus A320-232 c/n 3316 Aegean Airlines departed Lufthansa Technik 24/11/17. 

SX-DVR Airbus A320-232 c/n 3714 Aegean Airlines to Lufthansa Technik 27/11/17.

Global Aviation News:

Asian T-Prop Group Sees PBN as Answer to Infrastructure Crisis

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DHL Takes Delivery of First A330-300P2F

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Fitch Sees Stability among North American Carriers Next Year

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Gol CFO talks roadshow after lengthy restructuring

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Italy–Spain market experiences four years of consecutive growth; LCCs are leading airlines and continue to add capacity

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Mattis Says Boeing Working to Fix Tanker Woes, Meet Commitments

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Pivot to Millennials? It Might Work for Airlines

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Royal Jordanian turnaround plan, with new Washington DC route, would be subject to US anti-Gulf tax

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Why Virgin Atlantic is in it for the long-haul

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus has identified 10 more potential US routes – Willie Walsh

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Aer Lingus wins ‘fly quiet and green’ nod from Heathrow

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Avolon delivers one Airbus A320Neo aircraft to LATAM Airlines Group

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Bombardier Belfast to make Airbus components

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Dublin based PowdAir postpones launch, plans to become airline rather than virtual carrier in 2018

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Ex-defence chief among contenders to head up Irish Aviation Authority

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Flybondi and SMBC Aviation Capital mark delivery of the airline’s first aircraft

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh urges airlines to prepare for CORSIA amid fear of regulatory force

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Ryanair aims to turn up the heat in Berlin

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Ryanair marketing chief on what the Amazon of travel means for 2018 and beyond

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell $HA has seen “tremendous interest” from lenders in the A321neos, says CFO Okinaka.

@e_russell “We believe we will finance some of our A321neos,” says $HA CFO Okinaka. She does not say when or how many.

@e_russell Under $HA-JAL JV, Hawaiian could add new secondary points in Japan, like Fukuoka, Sendai, Nagasaki, says SVP of alliances.

@ghimlay Been a week of 737 deliveries in Argentina 🇦🇷 Aerolineas with first 737 Max, and now Flybondi with first 737-800.

@WandrMe More and corporate buyers are talking about #PaxEx, not just price. NDC helps better enable that. – Yanik Hoyles, @IATA’s Director NDC Program #IATAMediaDay #AvGeek.

Video Picks:

Give Hope with Norwegian and UNICEF

IndiGo’s first ATR 72-600 Delivery Ceremony Highlights

Niall Gibbons full presentation Dec 4 2017

Painting Mandarin Airlines’s first ATR 72-600

United – Employee & veteran receives his name on a 737


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