Published on January 18th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/01/2018

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen’s Amit Tyagi qualifies as a certified ISTAT appraiser:  

Acumen Aviation Announces 2017 Operational Review:

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: 

EI-SID Airbus A320-251N c/n 8031 SAS Airlines Ireland Delivered Hamburg Finkenwerder-Stockholm Arlanda 17/01/18.

OE-IEZ Airbus A330-343 c/n 1157 GKL Aircraft Ireland Ferried Sal International Airport-Athens-Lourdes 16/01/18 B-LHE Hong Kong Airlines ntu? Ex B-22105.

Global Aviation News:

Argentinian traffic grew 72% between 2007 and 2016 to over 35 million passengers; set for low-cost expansion with Norwegian and Flybondi

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Boeing Barges Into Aircraft-Seat Business in Threat to Suppliers

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Delta to operate more than 45% of domestic departures with larger gauge narrowbodies by 2023

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Ethiopian Airlines to take 45% stake in Zambia Airways

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European and Middle East carriers fighting for market share on Europe-Middle East route

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Gatwick expects to exceed 2017 pax record with increased British Airways summer schedule

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Norwegian Air Argentina incorporates first aircraft: CAPA Fleet Database

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Pent-Up Demand And Smart Strategies On Capacity Are Keeping U.S. Airlines Flying High

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Philippines turboprop fleet expands rapidly, leading to more than 20 new point-to-point routes

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The Bratislava airport has competition in Vienna

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ULCC model arrives in Canada, with Jetlines, Swoop. Unclear foreign ownership rules still deterrent

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United Airlines and American Airlines are feeling new heat from WOW air

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Vienna Airport says Vueling aims to deploy up to 8 aircraft from Vienna

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WOW air Brings Back $69 Flights To Iceland

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Irish Aviation News:

Acumen’s Amit Tyagi qualifies as a certified ISTAT appraiser

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AerCap Holdings N.V. Announces Pricing of $1.15 Billion Aggregate Principal Amount of Senior Notes

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Aer Lingus owner ‘hopeful’ on Niki deal after Austria move

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All set to capitalise on first ever direct flight from Asia-Pacific region to Ireland

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Avolon 2018 New Year Industry Review – ‘Into the Great Wide Open’

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Avolon: Preliminary figures suggest 2017 aircraft deliveries will surpass 2016

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EI-GDW Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight & Flown to Spokane, Wa for painting

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Ethiopian celebrates 1m Irish passengers out of Dublin amid rising load factors

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Norwegian to expand Shannon-US services

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Tourism Ireland welcomes new Air France flight from Paris to Cork for 2018

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Walsh hits out at CAA over Heathrow spending

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Tweet Picks:

@dominicgates Boeing built more jets than Airbus in 2017, and won orders with a higher value. But in a display of hauteur ahead of his departure next month, Airbus chief Brégier projects “in 2020, Airbus will become the leader not only in sales but also in deliveries.”

@e_russell Brazilian media reporting Gol plans to return to the US with #MCO and #MIA flights from November.

@e_russell Qatar Airways chief says it was offered a 25% stake in a new US start up.

@ghimlay LATAM to say adios to @Dulles_Airport after 28 Feb. It is ending its 3x/weekly service from Lima.

@lufthansaNews One more #LHA350 destination in North America: Lufthansa will be serving the route Munich-Chicago with its new flagship starting March 25. @MUC_Airport @fly2ohare.

Video Picks:

Airborne 01.15.18: SpaceShipTwo Update, Intel CEO In Volocopter, R66 CircumNav

American Airlines Going Cashless At Miami International Airport

Qatar Airways Day one at Kuwait Aviation Show 2018

Two Airlines Look To Team Up To Provide More Options For Passengers

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