Published on December 14th, 2017 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 14/12/2017

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation appointed as asset manager for two Boeing 737-800 aircraft:

Acumen Aviation Offsite 2017: 

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 December: 

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 December

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 11 December

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 11 December

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 11 December:

Aircraft Update:

G-OZBT Airbus A321-231 c/n 3546 Wings Capital Partners Ferried Toulouse-Montpellier 11/12/17 in Monarch Airlines colours.

Global Aviation News:

Alaska Air and jetBlue work toward key fleet decisions; Airbus and Embraer await the outcome

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American Airlines maintains higher leverage levels as its fleet revamp continues full steam ahead

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EasyJet outlines 20 new summer UK routes

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EU and Tunisia conclude negotiations for ‘far reaching’ aviation agreement

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Europe’s aircraft fleet: two clear shifts highlighted by analysis of CAPA Fleet Database

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European Commission confirms Brexit implications

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flydubai debuts new financing plans to add Boeing aircraft to fleet

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Istanbul Atatürk Airport to close but its legacy promises continuing regional dominance by Istanbul

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Joon: Europe’s (compromise) newest airline manages to break all the LCC subsidiary start-up rules

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Lufthansa Drops Plan to Buy Air Berlin’s Niki Unit

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Norwegian purchases additional slots at London Gatwick to support continued UK expansion

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Norwegian Air turns up heat on IAG with Gatwick slots deal

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UK airports set for new routes to China as flight rules are relaxed

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Slovenia’s Adria-owned Darwin Airline declares bankruptcy 

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United Airlines: Should We Expect Recovery?

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Vietnam Airlines assesses 777X, A350-1000 for USA service

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Irish Aviation News:

Berlin battleground: easyJet’s Tegel domestic routes intensify Lufthansa competition; Ryanair set to base nine aircraft too

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Doors to manual and crosscheck: doing business the Ryanair way

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Dublin Doubles Down on Transatlantic Traffic

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Infrastructure Minister Omelyan: Talks with Ryanair coming to an end

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NAC delivered one Embraer E190, MSN 19000085, to Georgian Airways on lease

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New easyJet destinations from Belfast could create up to 175 new jobs

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Russia, Ireland set up trade and economic cooperation – Aviation

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Ryanair announces 250,000 more seats from Ireland for next summer

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Ryanair is apparently making all the wrong noises in Frankfurt

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SAS Ireland Welcomes First Aircraft 

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Will the dominance of Norwegian in NA come to Dublin?

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Tweet Picks:

@airkarp Fuel/labor cost trends continue for US airlines in 2017 3Q: according to DOT, fuel costs up 11.6% year-over-year and labor costs up 6.6% year-over-year.

@FG_STrim Despite everything this small Latvian carrier’s weird press release says, Boeing assures me there is no such thing as a “737 Max 9 Extended Range” with a “4,000nm range”, but Primera Air is buying 10 real 737 Max 9s.

@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.

@Oliver__Clark US airlines have sought to emphasis the business friendly credentials of CORSIA in its dialogue with the Trump administration says A4A’s VP of environmental affairs Nancy Young.

@SpaethFlies On December 15 @berlinairport promises tonight to provide us with a reliable opening date for #BER #Airport. We are taking bets: 2020? 2021? Later? Never?.

Video Picks:

BBC Skies Above Britain Series 1 ” When Speed Counts” – Episode 4

Boeing CEO: Leveraging the fact that 80% of world has never flown for growth

SEUS Interview with George Mavrocostas – COO of Cyprus Airways

Significant need to continue improving cost efficiency: Scandinavian Airlines CEO

WestJet Christmas Miracle: 12 Flights of Christmas


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