Published on March 30th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/03/2018

Aviation Event:

The Road Ahead for Asset Management -Dublin 18 April 

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Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

Acumen makes a splash with news of its new Blue Lagoon offices in Miami:

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EI-EPE Boeing 737-8AS c/n 34984 Ryanair withdrawn from service 03/03/18 parked at Glasgow Prestwick.

EI-EPG Boeing 737-8AS c/n 34985 Ryanair withdrawn from service 03/03/18 parked at Glasgow Prestwick.

OE-IFA Airbus A320-214 c/n 1320 Azul Linhas Aéreas Delivered Shannon-Bangor 29/03/18 to become PR-AJB.

SP-RSA Boeing 737-8AS c/n 33584 Ryanair Sun Positioned Wroclaw-Warsaw Modlin 29/03/18 ex EI-DLB.

Global Aviation News:

Aegean Airlines commits to 30 A320neo Family Aircraft

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Aigle Azur: The Reinvention

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A quick chat with… Raj Andrade, Bangalore International Airport

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Analysis: A growing market in the Philippines

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Boeing, Airbus Gird for New Duel in Niche Market for Small Jets

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Finding a new regime on the North Atlantic as regulatory and operating norms change

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JetBlue Swaps Trays for Carts to Speed Snack, Drink Service

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Laudamotion to launch Tegel base amid intensifying competition

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Lufthansa Eyes Asia Growth, Relauches Munich-Singapore

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North Atlantic aviation: Brexit, Long Haul LCCs mean change

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Qantas Eyes Chicago for New Ultra-Long-Haul Flight From Australia

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Irish Aviation News:

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

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Avolon Announces Closing of US$768.4 million Fixed Rate Secured Notes by Sapphire Aviation Finance

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Barings Alternative Investments Expands Aviation Investment Platform Through Partnership with Genesis Aircraft Services

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Cork Airport Launches 2018 Summer Schedule

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How Ryanair is taking over Europe, one country at a time

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Irish Department of Transport to consider future of Waterford Airport

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JOE GILL: For Ireland, sky is the limit on long haul flights

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Laudamotion and Ryanair Partnership Takes Off

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NAC has recently completed the placement of US$486m of unsecured debt

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Northern Aerospace firms to showcase excellence at Hamburg

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Omelyan: Infrastructure Ministry, Ryanair holding talks on launch of flights to Kherson

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Review: What’s it like to fly Qatar Airways Business Class from Dublin?

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Ryanair adds 29 services in S18 new route rush

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Winners celebrated at ATW annual Awards in Dublin 

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell “If ever there was a technology designed for the business and geography of Ireland, it’s the narrowbody and A321LR,” says Aer Lingus CEO Kavanagh at @TheWingsClub.

@e_russell On joining AA/IAG joint venture: Aer Lingus negotiating terms that will allow it to keep its “DNA”, including continuing JetBlue codeshare, says CEO Kavanagh at @TheWingsClub.

@e_russell He expects Aer lingus will join JV in “next 12-18 months”. Ie, not soon 🤷‍♂.

@e_russell “We’ve grown significantly, and we’ve grown successfully, and we have an ambition to keep going,” says Aer Lingus CEO Kavanagh at @TheWingsClub.

@ReputationInc “Dublin Airport is full”- @AerLingus CEO Stephen Kavanagh speaking at @DubCham on the critical role of forward-planning and joined-up thinking for both the future of the airline and the country #dublinairport #BetterDublin.

Video Picks:

Environmental Policy Q&A with Ryanair’s Diarmuid Ó Conghaile 

Laudamotion: Niki Lauda stellt Ryanair-Deal vor

New Business Class across Asia-Pacific | Singapore Airlines

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce speaks about the launch of the airline’s longest flight, from London to Perth

Tourism: An Industry Strategy for Growth to 2025 


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