Published on January 16th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 16/01/2018

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Aviation Announces 2017 Operational Review:

Acumen Aviation Announces Senior Leadership Changes:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 January:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 January:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 15 January:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 15 January:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 15 January:

Aircraft Update: 

D-ABZK Airbus A320-216 c/n 3213 Air Berlin Ferried Stuttgart-Dusseldorf 15/01/18 after interim storage in Eurowings colours ex EI-DSI.

EI-FVO Boeing 737-800 c/n 42278 Norwegian Air Argentina Ferried Oslo-Gander-Martinique Aimé Césaire International-Ministro Pistarini International 13-14/01/18 on transfer to become LV-HQH.

EI-RUO Boeing 737-808 c/n 34703 Transaero Ferried Ferried Teruel-Lasham 15/01/17 prior paint & delivery to Jet2.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Floats Shutdown of A380 Superjumbo as Orders Stall

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Airbus Outsold Boeing in 2017 Aided by Largest-Ever Order

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America Isn’t Buying China’s New Mid-Sized Airplane — Here’s Why

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Brunei: SE Asia’s smallest market, and its national airline, poised for rapid growth in 2018

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Even Record Tourism Hasn’t Boosted Thai Airlines

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German Niki administrator says still plans sale to IAG

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Iceland Spending $1 Billion on Boosting Airport Capacity

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Low-cost Carriers Still the Minnows of Long-haul

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NASA and DLR investigate the impact of aviation on the climate – joint flight tests on alternative fuel emissions

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Norwegian stops flights from Bradley to Scotland

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The Wow factor in Iceland’s role as global transit hub

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US BTS reports airfare averages since 1995

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WOW air reports 69% passenger growth

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus Launches Spring & Summer Sale on International Fares to Multiple Destinations Across Europe

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Dublin Aerospace considering base in regional airport

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Dublin airport Spar to close as DAA moves in new direction

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh demands greater scrutiny of Heathrow by CAA

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Loganair announces re-introduction of Donegal to Glasgow service

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Norwegian Air to boost Shannon-US flights in March

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Record numbers of passengers from Republic use Belfast airport

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Ryanair says there will not be another pilots shortage

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Ryanair smashes weekly booking record: 3 million bookings (5 per second)

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Ryanair wants to buy parts of Austrian airline Niki

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Shannon Airport welcomes Norwegian service expansion

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Tweet Picks:

@BoeingAirplanes 737 MAX program delivers another signature moment as the MAX 7, MAX 8 and MAX 9 are all in same production line simultaneously in our Renton factory.

@Irelandwest .@Ryanair increases capacity on their Milan service by 35% in summer 2018 adding an extra month, September, & 3,500 extra seats, providing a boost for Irish holidaymakers & the significant number of Italians who use the service annually #tourism #Italy.

@LuxuryTravelled The battle still rages in Iceland – Icelandair now announce Reykjavik to San Francisco.

@MaxK_J Bregier: “On #A380 we have a commercial challenge”. 15 delivered in 17, 12 in 18 and then heading down to 6.

@MaxK_J Leahy on #A380: “Quite honestly if we can’t get a deal with @emirates we will have to shut down the programme”.

Video Picks:

Airbus Orders and Deliveries 2017 & Look Ahead

Air France launches Cork to Paris Charles De Gaulle route

Eoghan Corry Ryanair Baggage Charges Jan 10 2017

Scenes From Airplane Graveyard, Mojave, California

Unser bisher größter Neuzugang: der Airbus A340


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