Published on March 29th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/03/2018

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: 

EI-GFG Airbus A330-223 c/n 493 Aigle Azur Ferried Malta-Lourdes 28/03/18 after paint prior delivery to become F-HTAC.

G-ZBAU Airbus A320-214 c/n 3293 Monarch Airlines Ferried Kemble-Shannon 28/03/18 for painting for Vueling prior delivery.

Global Aviation News:

Aegean Airlines commits to 30 A320neo Family Aircraft

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Aena – A Low-Capex Proxy On The Spanish Tourism Sector?

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Airbus Continues To Stretch A330 Capabilities

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Air Mauritius makes a move on Amsterdam

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Boeing 737 Chief Engineer Predicts ‘Huge Future’ for Max

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Blue Air premieres second Parisian gateway

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Business model for airports under threat globally

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EasyJet confident of securing Middle East, Asian partners for long-haul connections growth

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JetBlue CEO: Why not London?!?

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Laudamotion takes off with mix of partners

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Why entrepreneur Tony Fernandes chose the airline sector — when he already had a top job in the music industry

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Wizz Air inaugurates 14 routes during first week of S18

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Announces Completion of $0.95 Billion Unsecured Revolver Amendment and Extension

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Alaska Airlines and Aer Lingus team up to give Mileage Plan members more flights to Europe

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ANA hopes code-share flights will boost Irish market share

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Boryspil airport to give Ryanair up to 80% discount for airport fees

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CDB Aviation and SpiceJet Sign Lease Agreement for Five 737 MAX Aircraft

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Elix Aviation Capital to Lease Two Bombardier Q400 to WestJet Encore

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Ryanair expects to take delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX 200 in April 2019

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Ryanair’s new Barcelona Reus flights lift off at Shannon Airport

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Transport officials warn future of Waterford Airport ‘in jeopardy’

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Tweet Picks:

@ghimlay Azul says it plans to add up to 35 new cities in Brazil in the coming years. Potential new destinations in table attached. The airline added Rosario and Cordoba (both in Argentina) on Saturday.

@timjue Splashy launch day festivities for @flySFO’s newest airline tenant: Hong Kong Airlines. The young upstart carrier is hoping to give the three established airlines on the HKG-SFO route some competition. #avgeek #paxex @hkairlines @travelskills.

@vl_bryan Airport coordinator Bretschneider during @easyjet presser in Berlin: “We do know how to do an airport” #BER.

@vl_bryan .@easyJet CEO says they want to be the new “home carrier” for Berlin after they bought part of the Air Berlin operations @syoungreuters @ReutersAero.

@winglets747 Qantas/Australia now have traffic rights to operate daily to Paris. Previous French protectionism inadvertently benefitted 6th freedom airlines.

Video Picks:

Boeing’s EcoDemonstrator Sees the Skies Ahead 

Easter Onboard Special | Emirates Airlines 

Etihad Airways – First Dreamliner Flight to Geneva 

Heathrow takes next steps towards expansion

Ten years of the A380 at Heathrow Airport 


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