Published on March 20th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 20/03/2018

Aviation Event:

The Road Ahead for Asset Management -Dublin 18 April 

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Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 March

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 March:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 12 March

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 12 March

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 12 March

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

12 New Routes to be launched from Dublin Airport this summer:

Aircraft Update: 

EI-GFH Airbus A330-223 c/n 665 Malaysia Airlines Air Test at Zurich 16/03/18 to become 9M-MTU.

EI-GFT Airbus A330-223 c/n 822 Malaysia Airlines Air Test at Zurich 16/03/18 to become 9M-MTV.

EI-RUI Boeing 737-85P c/n 28387 Magnetic Parts Trading Ltd Ferried Teruel-Lasham 16/03/18 

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Sees C Series Deal Closing as Early as Mid-Year

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Air Canada to swap out rouge Boeing 767s with 737-8s

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Air France-KLM CEO: Group must adapt to fast-changing environment

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AirAsia, Southeast Asia’s low-cost airline, is considering an ICO

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Boeing completes 737 MAX 7 first flight

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Boeing Newest 737 Max Makes First Flight Into Cloudy Market

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Carriers expand Germany capacity with new Mediterranean and intercontinental routes

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Global Low Cost Airlines Market Expected to Reach $207,816 Million by 2023 – Allied Market Research

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How Air Arabia turned secondary airports into its primary success factor

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Russia’s commercial fleet to grow at 30 to 40 aircraft per year

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Southwest Airlines Is The Best Long-Term Buy In The U.S. Airline Industry

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UK-Spain aviation: LCCs dominate a difficult market

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US airline foreign ownership; time for a rethink

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VietStar targets 2018 launch for LCC service

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Why European airline groups want standardised fleets

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777 MRO Demand Expected To Be Robust This Year

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus launch direct flights from Seattle to Dublin, with a little help from friends

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After failing to strike a deal, Dublin Airport will re-open bids for a huge hotel joined to T2

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Dublin Airport: The bits passengers don’t get to see

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

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EI-GJK Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight

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EI-SIF Airbus A320-251N c/n 8109 SAS Ireland First Flight as D-AUBG 

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Elix Aviation Capital Delivers Bombardier Q400 MSN 4554 to Jambojet

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Episode 38: President Margvelashvili of Georgia— Ryanair’s Michael O’Leary


IAG CEO Willie Walsh The era of super-airports is over [Italian] 

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Lufthansa, Ryanair to drive Frankfurt airport passenger growth this year

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NI Chamber Backs Expansion Plans for Heathrow

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Rescue 116: AAIU seeks review of search and rescue operations

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Ryanair expands Jordan network in W18

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Ryanair plans Dalaman launch in June 2018

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Ryanair S18 Poland network expansion

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 18 March 

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‘We need to watch out’: Fewer tourists think Ireland is good value for money

Tweet Picks:

@AustradeKL  “People won’t stop travelling through AI. I’m optimistic about digital – if they do beam me up, @AirAsia will find a low cost option.” @tonyfernandes on how digital impacts travel. #ASEANinAus #travel #ASEAN #Digital.

@ghimlay Aeromexico has about 60% of its revenue denominated in US dollars, compared to just under 40% for Volaris – a factor behind AM’s better financial performance in 2017, a year of Mexican peso depreciation.

@ghimlay Two of four LATAM A350s leased to Qatar returned in late-2017, third and fourth return later this year, confirms LATAM spokesman.

@JenSchuld Boeing #737MAX 8 FXB/BBJ N329BJ flew into KPAE for a touch and go this afternoon. This is the first MAX BBJ.

@jonostrower  The smallest jetliner Boeing has flown since 1998 is now airborne on its first flight after lifting off from Renton and out over Lake Washington. The 737 Max 7 enters service in 2019. #737MAX7

Video Picks:

Aer Lingus | England v Ireland. In London. On St. Patrick’s Day. 🤞

Boeing 737 Max  7 takes off for first time 

Cathay Pacific CEO Hogg Sees Cargo Demand Growing

Eoghan Corry Morning Ireland March 15 2018 – Speaking about Hainan Dublin Beijing route 

Fly with from Cork to Boston Providence this summer


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