Published on February 1st, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 01/02/2018

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:

A7-BAE Boeing 777-3DZ c/n 36104 Qatar Airways Ferried Doha-Dublin 27/01/18 for paint into standard colours.

HZ-AS11 Airbus A320-214 c/n 4015 Saudi Arabian Airlines Ferried Amman-Borg El Arab-Shannon 29/01/18 for Allegiant Air as N258NV.

LV-HLK Boeing 737-8K5 c/n 30833 Andes Líneas Aéreas Delivered Shannon-Amílcar Cabral International-Augusto Severo International-Ezeiza International 27/28-01/18 ex D-AHFZ.

Global Aviation News:

Air France-KLM studying business models Including low-cost long-haul

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Boeing, TUI Group Celebrate Delivery of the Tourism Operator’s First 737 MAX 8

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Bombardier win could speed C Series sales, fuel rivals’ merger talks

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Brexit Exposes U.K. to Worldwide Raid on Airbus Wing Production

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First A321LR successfully completes maiden flight

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Global LCC capacity grows at double-digit rate this winter and takes greater share of industry supply

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In-Flight Wi-Fi Is About to Get a Lot Faster

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India’s Congested Airports Slowing Down Air Traffic Growth

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NTSB Says Chaotic 2016 Evacuation of Jet Put Lives at Risk

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Primera Holidays to establish UK arm

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Virgin Atlantic to lease ex-airberlin A330s

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Why Nigerian airlines can’t compete, by Medview CEO

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Irish Aviation News:

AAG EASA approval to train Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

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Aer Lingus cleared for takeoff at Philadelphia airport

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Aer Lingus to operate BA flights to Dublin and Hamburg from early February

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Avolon chief Dómhnal Slattery says aircraft lessor has $5bn cushion

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Cawley-backed Flybondi set for first takeoff

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Gecas IPO would be ‘no man’s land’, says Burger

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Ireland difficult to topple as global aviation leader

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Ireland needs to tackle taxes to lure leasing executives – AerCap CEO

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Ryanair Announces $300M Additional Investment With 3 New Aircraft At Manchester

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Ryanair closes in on Aer Lingus flight connections

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Ryanair may launch flights to Ukraine’s Kharkiv

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SMBC Aviation Capital announces first deal of 2018

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Still flying high -Ireland’s aviation finance industry continues to scale new heights

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Tweet Picks:

@ConkerIreland  “Ryanair’s ambition is to be the Amazon of Travel” Chief Marketing Officer, Kenny Jacobs @DubCham.

@jonostrower The proposed tie up between Embraer and Boeing and the business case for 797/NMA are “not dependent or influencing one another.” -@BoeingCEO.

@Mark_J_Henry More @Ryanair customers in Ireland & Italy now use their app than use the desktop website, Kenny Jacobs tells @DubCham.

@Mark_J_Henry Tourism Ireland’s Head of North America @metcalfealison1 says Ireland now has air connectivity into 16 North American cities and US travel to Europe is strong.

@R_Wall Boeing says middle-of-market discussions continue, says still has time to determine business case — on day Airbus flies A321LR for first time.

Video Picks:

A321LR First Flight from Hamburg

Norwegian Airlines official sound identity – Inflight Experience

Patrick McKinney, Qatar Airways – TTR Travel Industry Road Show

‘The Wall’ in the Sky: Necessary or Not? – AINtv

United Reports 4Q Profit Above Market Estimates


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