Published on January 19th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/01/2018

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-GDP Boeing 737-800 c/n 44813 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 17/01/18.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Handed A380 Lifeline With $16 Billion Emirates Order

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Alitalia’s bidders: Lufthansa, easyJet & Cerberus; workforce, restructuring, politics all critical

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China Southern 2018: Leaving SkyTeam Alliance becomes an option, but where to next?

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Europe To See More Airline M&A Activity, Consolidation, In 2018

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Finavia backs rapid rail link between Helsinki Airport and Tampere

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Iberia Express Flights to Madrid Return to Cardiff Airport

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Immfly and Inadvia Launch Programmatic Video Advertising on Iberia Express

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Norwegian overstretched?

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The Death of Free Checked Airline Baggage

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Turkish Airlines bullish after rise in passenger numbers

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U.K. Airlines Risk Losing Rights in EU as Brexit Talks Resume

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

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Uzbekistan aviation market: Central Asian tourism booms, promising rapid growth

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VistaJet Sees Double-digit Growth in Flight Hours

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Irish Aviation News:

Busiest Ever Year for Irish Aviation as the IAA Handles a Record-Breaking 1.1 Million + Flights

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Fitch Publishes Intrepid Aviation’s ‘BB-‘ Rating; Outlook Stable

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GECAS Arranges Sale-Leaseback Plus PDP Financing for 10 A320ceo Aircraft to Viva Air

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Hackathon exploring blockchain in aviation lands in Dublin

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Heathrow cost thrusts Dublin Airport plan in spotlight

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NAC delivered one Embraer E190, MSN 19000189, to BA CityFlyer on lease

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Natixis Investment Managers Acquires Stake in Airborne Capital

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New-look Aer Lingus business awards ‘TakeOff’ for 2018

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Ryanair Announces 10 New French Winter 2018 Routes & Plans French Bases

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Ryanair drives online hotel product with London open day

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Ryanair kicks off flight service between Bucharest and Marseilles

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Ryanair UK Pilots Vote To Accept Pay Increases Of Up To 20% In January

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Tweet Picks:

@AlexInAir  Kuwait’s leading low cost airline @JazeeraAirways has inaugurated flights into #Ahmedabad — a new low-cost link between Kuwait and Western India.

@AlexInAir Yes, @SalamAir are doing well. And #Oman’s demand for air traffic is expected to grow by 40% by 2019, which the airline are well positioned for 🇴🇲Alex Macheras added.

@AlexInAir Confirmed: This new #A380 order means that @Airbus will deliver 6 #A380 aircraft per year, for almost the next 10 years, just to EK. 

@e_russell HQ2 in Atlanta or DC would be a “drop in the bucket” in terms of air service, but a game changer in places like Austin or Pittsburgh, says @BSDATL.

@e_russell  “We think less about how we compete with United and more about how we present the best value… for the local customer and for people who connect over Chicago,” says $AAL Vasu Raja on new routes.

Video Picks:

Airbus Secures Emirates A380s Order Worth $16 Billion

Emirates employees share a special message for India 68th Republic Day

Fare Wars With Discount Airlines Cross the Atlantic

From seats to coffee mugs: defunct airline Air Berlin auctions entire stock

Pakistan Set To Privatize National Airline | Aviation This Week


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