Published on January 31st, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/01/2018

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 January

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 January

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 29 January

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 29 January

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 29 January

Aircraft Update:

OE-IFZ Airbus A321-231 c/n 1763 CIT Aerospace Registered at Shannon 25/01/18 ex G-OZBF.

OE-IFC Airbus A321-231 c/n 1707 CIT Aerospace Registered at Shannon 25/01/18 ex G-OZBE.

OE-LCF Airbus A321-211 c/n 1966 AerCap Ferried Vienna-Toulouse-Toulouse-Francazal 29/01/18 for storage.

Global Aviation News:

Air Serbia rolls out new fare structure

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Banja Luka Airport to target low cost airlines

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CAPA airline profit outlook. Margins high, but below peak, as traffic growth slows & oil price rises

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Chilean aviation hopes for solid air passenger growth under a new President and as JetSMART arrives

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Georgia aviation market: tourism drives 43% passenger growth in 2017 and bright outlook for 2018

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‘I have cleaned toilets, I’ve served the drinks’: British Airways boss Alex Cruz reveals how he plans to steer the airline back to glory after seeing flaws first-hand

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Niki Lauda bid for Niki beat IAG by 4 million euros

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Qatar Airways to receive 30 new aircraft this year

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Record global aircraft deliveries in 2017: Boeing ahead of Airbus again, but behind on order backlog

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Shifting skies over the Middle East as flight paths evolve

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Singapore Airlines adjusts services to Australia, New Zealand

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Southeast Asia aviation 2018 outlook: more rapid growth, low profit margins and intense competition

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Why United’s Big Expansion Plans Made Investors Freak Out

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Irish Aviation News:

AEI Delivers 100th B737-400SF Freighter Conversion to Dublin based ASL Aviation

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Aergo Capital continues expansion with new Hong Kong office

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CDB Aviation Reports Robust 2017 Activity and Growth Executing Transactions for 162 Aircraft

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International Airlines Group Unsuccessful In NIKI Assets Bid

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Rolls-Royce Announces Avolon As A Launch Customer For LessorCare

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Willie Walsh urges Government to cut visa price for Chinese visitors

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute IBERIA extended operation for the 346-seater A340-600 (code: 345) until 29JUN18. (code 346 represents 359-seater).

@Airlineroute From Moscow Domodedovo, Ural Airlines to offer extra flights on 10 domestic routes during World Cup 2018.

@FG_STrim Regarding fate of Mobile FAL for CSeries after ITC vote, Bombardier sent me this: “Yes, we will proceed with the Alabama FAL. We are full speed ahead. We have conducted site visits and planning activities for the Alabama final assembly line, consistent with antitrust laws.”

@WandrMe”We focus on nonstop, low cost traffic. A high cost legacy airline does not…. It is a cost advantage that translates to a fare advantage.” – $LUV’s @gary_kelly #AvGeek #PaxEx.

@winglets747 Etihad grounds 5x A330Fs to focus on 777F. Next up: passenger aircraft cuts. A330s? 787 and A350 orderbook surely too big.

Video Picks:

Amazing air show with CS300 and Patrouille Suisse above Wengen | SWISS

Eoghan Corry Marian Finucane Jan 28 2018

Happy Birthday Dublin Airport

IATA’s leadership on how shocks make the airline industry more complicate

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