Published on January 3rd, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley


Daily Aviation Brief – 03/01/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 2 January:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 January:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 January:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 2 January:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 2 January:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 2 January:

Aircraft Update:

N272NV Airbus A320-216 c/n 2995 Allegiant Air Delivered Shannon-Gander-Bangor-Lake City 23-24/12/17 in basic  Alitalia colours ex EI-DSC.

OE-IFX Airbus A321-211 c/n 7119 Avolon Aerospace Registered at Shannon 21/12/17 ex D-ABCT.

OE-IFY Airbus A321-211 c/n 7260 Avolon Aerospace Registered at Shannon 21/12/17 ex D-ABCV.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Year-End Order Rush Masks Woes Selling Biggest Jets

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ANALYSIS: Airline start-ups and failures in 2017

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ATL blackout cost Delta up to $50 million, reimbursement talks to come

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China Aircraft to Buy 50 Airbus Jets Valued at $5.42 Billion

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Chris Tarry: Is more consilidation on the cards?

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Fernandes to be co-group CEO of AirAsia X

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IAG’s dominion expands to Central Europe with Niki acquisition

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JetBlue Heads for the Worst Year of Flight Delays Since 2007

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Lufthansa’s Brussels Airlines set to cut costs by 10-15 percent

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PaxEx 2018: Longhaul low-cost carriers set to show off innovations

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Primera Air Targets Washington D.C., Montreal For Next Transatlantic Routes

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Thomas Cook Group to employ 700 staff in Palma to support growth of new Balearics leisure carrier

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United ups 757 density with new slimline seats

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U.S. Airlines Add Flights to Cancun, Betting Violence Won’t Keep People Away

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Why this British Airways A380 pilot filmed his take-off from Heathrow

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Will the Gulf’s flying gentry consider venturing below stairs?

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Wizz Air’s latest London Luton expansion takes it away from the comforts of its Central and Eastern Europe roots

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus faces transatlantic route battle with US partner JetBlue

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Aer Lingus owner IAG confirms NIKI deal

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After a terrible year, what next for Ryanair supremo O’Leary?

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Brexit sees UK visitors drop by 250,000

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CDB Aviation Delivers First of Three New A320neo Aircraft to AirAsia Berhad

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Credit Bank of Moscow sells Irish aircraft leasing business

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Emirates Airlines double daily Dublin service goes all 3 class Boeing 777-300ER service from 1st August 

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‘No room for complacency’ in tourist industry despite record year– ITIC

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Oxford Airport wants to run commercial flights to Belfast and Dublin

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Routes network of Air Astana will expand due to convention with Ireland

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Ryanair enters uncharted territory after year of turbulence

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Tweet Picks:

@BBD_Aircraft Firm order for up to 24 #CS300. Thrilled to officially welcome #StarAlliance @EGYPTAIR to the family of #CSeries operators! Another landmark moment for #Bombardier.

@BBD_Aircraft Closing the #CRJ Silver Anniversary year on a high note: firm order for up to 12 #CRJ900. With +1900 orders to date, the #CRJ aircraft continue to be the backbone of regional aviation in markets around the world!.

@CAPA_Aviation .@CebuPacificAir Chief Executive Adviser Michael Szucs on #LongHaulLowCost:  “The low cost model in short haul is a slam dunk, it works… It’s a bus service in the sky”.

@FG_STrim After announcing a total of 480 A320neo orders TODAY, @Airbus and @BoeingAirplanes are now neck and neck in the 2017 orders race.

@Finnair Our 11th new aircraft for this year is on her way home to @HelsinkiAirport . In total we have received 4 #A350Finnair and 7 #A321 aircraft in 2017. #growth #feelfinnair.

Video Picks:

Air Fares Set to Rise in 2018 on Business Demand

British Airways: Landing in Johannesburg- A Pilot’s Perspective

British Airways: A380 Takeoff from Heathrow Runway 27L

Eoghan O’Mara Walsh All island tourism marketing will continue despite Brexit

Looking back at 2017 with Qatar Airways


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