Published on February 5th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/02/2018

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:

HA-FAY Boeing 737-429(F) c/n 25729 ASL Airlines (Ireland) Ferried Milan Bergamo-Shannon-Milan Bergamo 26-29/01/18 prior transfer to become EI-HAD.

N776ML MD-11F c/n 48776 Boeing Aircraft Ferried Jeddah-Shannon 28/01/18 ex HZ-ANC.

N797AS Boeing 737-490 c/n 28892 GECAS Ferried Victorville-Dothan 30/01/18 for freighter conversion.

Global Aviation News:

Amazon’s second headquarters: airport infrastructure and quality may influence the decision

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Big 4 aerospace and aviation giants’ trade disputes should not prevent logical partnerships

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By next winter, IndiGo to start low-cost flights to major European cities

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Potential JVs create intrigue in the Canada-US aviation market as route expansion continues

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Qatar Airways confirms delivery of first A350-1000 for Feb-2018

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Second round of UDAN to connect 78 airports; 31 helipads

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Singapore Airlines Taps Workers for Ideas to Boost Efficiency

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Singapore-Europe aviation market: capacity growth resumes, driven by long haul LCCs, Qantas’ return

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Transatlantic service proliferates to midsize U.S. cities

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United Goes Rogue With Plan That May Spur Lower Airfares

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Will a troubled HNA be forced to sell its Virgin Australia Holdings investment?

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Irish Aviation News:

Acumen Aviation looks to AI for further growth

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Bombardier Belfast operations are about more than C Series wings

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DAA seeks to spend €300m a year on airport works

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DAE to focus on narrowbodies, turboprops

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Ethiopian schedules Chicago launch in June 2018 via Dublin

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Ireland bridges the Gulf with game-changer for businesses

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Ryanair Reaches First-Ever Union Deal With U.K. Pilot Pact

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Silver Airways Inks Deal With NAC For 20 ATR 600 Turboprops

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UAE’s Dnata opens new catering facility in Ireland

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Willie Walsh calls on Government to honour Chinese visa promise

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Tweet Picks:

@FlyWithLEVEL Hey @cathaypacific, you can borrow our style anytime. Fly LEVEL works better than Fly Hong Kong though, just sayin’.

@JohnLStrickland  So after @weflyjoon it seems @AirFranceKLM will study a full blooded long haul LCC…

@JohnLStrickland Who’d have thought even 6 months ago.  @Ryanair reaches recognition with @BALPApilots (UK pilots union). #airlines.

@jonostrower I never thought I’d see the day, but Boeing is opening a Twitter account for its CEO, Dennis Muilenburg. @BoeingCEO First tweet to @elonmusk?.

@Transport_EU “Azerbaijan is part of the European family. Ensuring connectivity w/ EU is extremely important. We are committed to doing this through a deep aviation agreement, ensuring maritime cooperation & that 🇦🇿 is part of EU Trans-European Networks,” DG Hololei w/ #CaspianEuropeanClub.

Video Picks:

daa Staff Charities

Enda Corneille on visa free travel to Ireland for UAE citizens

Niall Gibbons on visa free travel for UAE citizens

Not surprised U.S. trade commission voted against Boeing, says expert

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly: We Had A Very Strong Fourth Quarter Despite The Fuel Costs

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