Published on January 15th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 15/01/2018
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
Acumen Aviation Announces 2017 Operational Review: http://bit.ly/2DmZcP9
Acumen Aviation Announces Senior Leadership Changes: http://bit.ly/2CT1VD1
OE-IGE Airbus A321-211 c/n 6639 Avolon Airtest at Shannon 11/01/18 prior delivery to Condor as D-ATCD.
SX-BHT Airbus A321-211 c/n 666 Olympus Airways Ferried Craiova-Keflavik-Bangor-Goodyear 10-11/01/18 on return to lessor, for part-out & scrap ex EI-ESI.
Global Aviation News:
Aegean Airlines MD: 700,000 additional seats to be offered in 2018
Airlines Poised to Gain With Rising Fuel Costs as Unusual Ally
Azores Airlines Is In Financial Trouble
Bursting Heathrow Crams More Passengers Onto Bigger Jets
Could London City be a better business option for Yorkshire as BA cuts frequencies to Leeds Bradford from London Heathrow?
Deutsche Lufthansa AG reiterates Eurowings to be profitable in 2017
How a tiny country is increasingly a big hub for trans-Atlantic flights — in one chart
IATA Airlines Financial Monitor October-November 2017
IATA Regional Briefing – Europe – December 2017
IATA Unique city-pair connections exceed 20,000 for the first time
Kenya Airways to launch first US services in October 2018
Maltese Government establishes new entity to own and lease back Air Malta slots
New court ruling casts further doubt on IAG-NIKI deal
Norwegian changes engines in Dreamliner’s
Stranded Russian Jets in Mexican Hangars Haunt Troubled Airline
The Arctic’s Dubai: Icelandic aviation
The Unstoppable Growth of the International Airlines Group (IAG)
Travel Warning or Alert? State Department Aims to Clarify System
Wizz Air CEO: Disappearance of state-owned Romanian airline, a matter of time
Irish Aviation News:
Acumen Aviation releases 2017 Operational Review
Ceremony for men killed in Aer Lingus training flight crash
GECAS Appoints Declan Kelly Chief Commercial Officer
Goshawk issues USD100 million Schuldschein
Hoffman and Korn obtain sole ownership of Apollo Aviation Group
Ryanair axes Kerry-Faro flights
Ryanair upgraded but its “still doomed to grow” – analyst
Ryanair to adopt new carry on baggage policy on 15-Jan-2018
Stobart awarded PSO air contract for next four years
Team Accessories Eyes Capability Additions After Ownership Change
Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 14 January
Weston Airport Increases Landing Fees
Where in the world? More than 30 new flight routes from Ireland in 2018
@jonostrower A350s and CFM-powered A320 & A321neos have yet to be certified in China and they’re starting to pile up at Airbus factories. P&W A321neos only got the nod from CAAC in the closing days of 2017.
@McWhirterAlex China’s @HainanAirlines intends to compete with @cathaypacific ‘s forthcoming Brussels-HongKong service by starting a link between Brussels and nearby Shenzhen.
@tonyfernandes AIRASIA X does not feel the long haul market is ready. Not interested in Berlin london etc. Firmley focussed on medium haul routes.
@tonyfernandes AIRASIA will be transferring routes that are over 4 hours to AIRASIA X as they have matured and using that capacity for the more profitable shorter haul routes. Win win.
@tonyfernandes Predicting this will be a record year for AIRASIA X. Further route reallocation and a reduction in costs. Thai AIRASIA x growing from strength to strength.
British Airways High Life Entertainment – January 2018
Crowded Skies: Traditional Carriers Join Discount Long-Haul Rush
Emirates A380 in Dubai Miracle Garden
IATA NDCHack developers video – Dublin 2017
KC-390 – Flight test campaign status 2017