Published on December 8th, 2017 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 08/12/2017

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-ATUC Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 34684 TuiFly to Lufthansa Technik 29/11/17.

EI-DSC Airbus A320-216 c/n 2995 Allegiant Air Ferried Rome FCO-Shannon 07/12/17 to become N272NV.

EI-FPU Candair CRJ900 c/n 15439 Cityjet Delivered Montréal-Keflavik-Copenhagen 07/12/17 in SAS Colours.

LN-RGB Boeing 737-86N c/n 38034 SAS Airlines to Lufthansa Technik 29/11/17.

LN-RPK Boeing 737-783 c/n 28317 SAS Airlines to Lufthansa Technik 26/11/17.

LN-RNU Boeing 737-783 c/n 34548 SAS Airlines to Lufthansa Technik 29/11/17.

LN-TUK Boeing 737-705 c/n 29096 SAS Airlines departed Lufthansa Technik 29/11/17.

Global Aviation News:

A Battle With Pilots Still Haunts the World’s Worst Aviation Stock

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Airlines urge Dutch ‘drop tax plans’

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Air Austral and Air Madagascar close equity JV

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Alitalia New Uniform Shows How Italy Does Bankruptcy: With Style

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Arab carriers balk at expansion in East Asia due to “overcapacities”

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Azul Airlines aims to replace its oldest Embraer jets by accelerating A320neo deliveries

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British Airways CEO Alex Cruz Says ‘No Apology’ for Dropping Free Food

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China’s largest airline sees profits ahead — and is bullish on Europe

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Easyjet to take on Lufthansa within Germany starting in January

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Era of free meals on short-haul flights to end: BA chief

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Global city pairs top 20,000 for the first time

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Lufthansa’s Air Berlin Concessions to EU Fall Short

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SAS launches SAS Go Light to the USA – for travelers who travel light

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U.S. Airlines Are Predicting a Much-Needed Boost From This Year’s Holiday Season

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Irish Aviation News:

Bombardier Rejects Brexit Border in Irish Sea

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Easyjet and Ryanair target Tegel

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Fly Leasing reveals it has $2bn for fleet growth

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Ireland’s airports must become ‘Brexit-proof’

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RiM and Aer Lingus in new onboard retail programme

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Ryanair Faces Europe-Wide Strike Threat as Pilots Push for Union

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Ryanair presses for Air Berlin slots and eyes potential German bases

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Ten million tourists visited Ireland this year, spending €5.78bn

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Tourism Ireland launches 2018 marketing plans

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Tweet Picks:

@airkarp WestJet’s ULCC, Swoop, will charge passengers a fee for water.

@e_russell Interesting, $WJA to directly target US ULCCs that pick up Canadian traffic on the US side of the border with Swoop.

@e_russell Virgin Atlantic will fly to ATL, Barbados, JFK, LAS and MCO from Manchester in April 2018.

@e_russell $WJA will have a “fully fledged” premium economy cabin on its 787s. #paxex.

@globetrotter154 @VirginAtlantic to lease 4 A330-200 to run the @manairport operation from March 1st 2018. Ex Air Berlin aircraft to be used, and retrofitted to VS standards later in 2018 @MaslenAviation.

@Icelandair @ryankirkpatric4 We have regretfully decided to suspend the Birmingham route. We are shifting our focus in the UK/Ireland market.  We will begin a Dublin service from May 2018; our capacity on current gateways will increase from 36 to 44 weekly flights.

Video Picks:

Airbus Blade Project

Attorney General and Minister for Civil Aviation announce Fiji Airways direct flights to Japan.

Ireland West Airport Aviation Gallery

Kevin Cullinane Cork Airport – Republic Of Talk Series2

MoS for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha discussing the future of the growing Indian economy


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