Published on March 28th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/03/2018

Aviation Event:

The Road Ahead for Asset Management -Dublin 18 April 

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Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen Selected by CDB Aviation to Provide Key Asset Management Services

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 26 March

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 26 March

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 26 March :  

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 26 March

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 26 March

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus inaugurates new Dublin to Philadelphia service:

EI-DYE Boeing 737-8AS Ryanair operates Dublin-Kiev Flight:

SAS Airlines Ireland commences Dublin Services: 

Aircraft Update:

EC-MUT Airbus A319-111 c/n 2240 Volotea Airlines Re-Delivered Rzeszów-Tolouse 24/03/18 ex EI-FML.

EI-GET Boeing 777-31H c/n 32709 Rossiya Airlines Delivered Dubai-Moscow Vnukovo 27/03/18 ex A6-EBL.

Global Aviation News:

AerLine Holdings to Sell XTRA Airways

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Airline consolidation could mean flying is about to get more expensive

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ATM 2018: Egypt seeks to diversify tourism markets at European growth slows

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Great Lakes Suspends Scheduled Flight Operations

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Honduras Committed to Tourism Development With Addition of New Airlines, Cruises and Hotels

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JetBlue: Mint success is benchmark for transatlantic flying

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Latin America aviation: FSCs, LCCs and ULCCs stimulating demand

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Majority of Swedes support new aviation tax: poll

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New easyJet boss promises ‘evolution

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New MAS branding campaign revisits the airline’s heart and soul

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Norwegian opens a base in Tenerife North

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Stansted ‘fastest growing London-area airport’

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus takes a punch at Philadelphia

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Competitiveness key as tourism numbers continue to rise

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EI-GJJ Boeing 737-800 Ryanair Flown back to Boeing Field from Spokane, Wa after painting

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Heathrow: the one flight path Irish aviation wants to avoid

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Loganair steps in to maintain Glasgow-Donegal air link

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Maynooth scientist leads €6.3M SFI/Industry Project in drone operations research

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New Seattle-Dublin route is part of ambitious U.S. expansion by Aer Lingus

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New Solar Farm Opened At Dublin Airport

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Ryanair heads for Turkish delight and Austrian apfelstrudel!

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Ryanair new Polish subsidiary Ryanair Sun will operate its inaugural flight on April 26 on the Poznań – Zakynthos route [Polish]

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Ryanair to Launch Athens-Marrakech Direct Flights on October 29

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Tourism Ireland welcomes inaugural Aer Lingus flight from Philadelphia to Dublin

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute At the launch of summer 2018 schedule (24/25MAR18), Norwegian’s long-haul service from London Gatwick moved from DY to DI (Norwegian Air International).

@aviator_aero Norwegian [Air] is a bottomless pit, even before they get all their B787s – Karl Johan Molnes, at Norne Securities, “[They] should do is put down the long-distance effort. Now, the company will also invest in Argentina, a market where nobody is earning money.”.. ouch!.

@e_russell SIA chief Goh says Boeing is “sharing” details of the NMA as the possible aircraft progresses. No specific interest, but cud work for Group airlines like Scoot.

@RWMann Replying to @jonostrower 200 pax at a time. Jury still out. If fare premium doesn’t materialize and hold, could still end up like SQ ULR nonstops – economics busted.

@winglets747 Many ultra-long-hauls are planned to have marginal profits or be loss-making, but are deemed strategic for their network and corporate contribution.

Video Picks:

China’s Okay Airways takes delivery of 9999th Boeing 737-800 aircraft

French airline resumes flights to Nairobi, joins KQ’s & KLM’s JV

Heathrow: the one flight path Irish aviation wants to avoid

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce Says Public Interest in Ultra-Long Routes Will Help Fill Jets 

Year of Zayed Livery | Emirates Airlines 


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