Published on January 4th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 04/01/2018

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:

OE-IZF Airbus A320-214 c/n 6831 Celestial Aviation Registered 29/11/17 at Cologne ex D-ABNO.

OE-IZN Airbus A320-214 c/n 6966 Celestial Aviation Registered 29/11/17 at Cologne ex D-ABNY.

9H-ALI Boeing 737-36N c/n 28668 AFD ABL Aviation Ferried Tucson-Gander-Shannon-Katowice 29-30/12/17 in Surinam colours ex PZ-TCN.

Global Aviation News:

Airline CEO reveals his favorite travel hack — and it makes perfect sense

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AirAsia Group’s Fernandes: ‘Philippines next then we combine all into one listed vehicle’

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Chicago O’Hare International Airport: major domestic hub but lacking appropriate international clout

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Customer Orders up to Twelve Bombardier CRJ900 Aircraft

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CSU criticism of EU for Niki sale to British Airways mother [German]

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Delta Air Lines shows its opportunistic streak with P&W deal and CSeries interiors influence

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Gulf carriers aviation 2018 outlook: a year for strategic recalibration and Asia growth

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If you want to fly the friendly skies, come to Europe

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Norwegian regional FlyViking to cease operations

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Norwegian reveals its biggest ever year of growth in 2018

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Vienna International Airport confirms 50% reduction in air travel tax from 01-Jan-2018

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VietJet upsizes existing order to 42 A321neos

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Watchdog accuses Lufthansa of price hikes in wake of Air Berlin bankruptcy

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Irish Aviation News:

Decision on the Options for Passenger Representation and Consultation on the Draft Guidelines, Incentivisation and Rules for Ad hoc Advisory Group

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Interview: Christine Ourmieres-Widener, Flybe

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Kherson region’s heads intend to conduct talks with Ryanair

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Ryanair’s shift to digital vouchers may start industry trend

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Ryanair to operate extra flights from Shannon

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Stansted looks beyond Ryanair to add touch of class from Gulf

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Tourism industry worth €8.7 billion after record year

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Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 31 December

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Tweet Picks:

@airlinewriter With a strong finish, $LUV was the only US airline stock to outperform the S&P 500 in 2017.

@atterseeluftfah Willie Walsh, IAG CEO, said: “NIKI was the most financially viable part of Air Berlin and its focus on leisure travel means it’s a great fit with Vueling. This deal will enable Vueling to increase its presence in Austria, Germany and Switzerland.

@danobrien20  Aviation leasing has been the great success story of Irish indigenous business. This shows that purchases of planes is not far off ALL purchases of ALL companies of ALL plant and machinery. 

@johannesboos So the circle closes: One of the precursors of # airberlin was the # deutscheba – a daughter of British Airways.

@scared_now As airlines submit their flight plans six months in advance, flights in the period immediately after Brexit between the UK and the 44 countries to which the EU controls British access could be cancelled if no deal is reached by September 2018.

Video Picks:

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