Published on April 3rd, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 03/04/2018
The Road Ahead for Asset Management -Dublin 18 April
Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:
Acumen makes a splash with news of its new Blue Lagoon offices in Miami: http://bit.ly/2pO5n9d
Acumen Selected by CDB Aviation to Provide Key Asset Management Services: http://bit.ly/2IUBfAO
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Ryanair adds 16 Boeing 737-800 aircraft in FY2018Q4: http://bit.ly/2Jb9lAU
Ryanair invests $570 million in new Boeing 737-800 aircraft in March: http://bit.ly/2GscKcG
Ryanair Polish charter airline subsidiary Ryanair Sun Registers first Boeing 737-800: http://bit.ly/2ux5jzF
EC-MTT Airbus A330-223 c/n 454 Wamos Air Ferried Madrid-Bogotá 27/03/18 ex EI-GFE.
EI-GFF Airbus A330-223 c/n 469 Wamos Air Delivered Zurich-Madrid 27/03/18 to become EC-MTU.
EI-DMZ Boeing 737-8FH c/n 29671 Jeju Air painted at Shannon 28/03/18 prior delivery to become HL8302.
EI-FHG Boeing 737-86N c/n 37884 Travel Service Ferried Bournemouth-Lasham 30/03/18 after paint prior delivery to become OK-TVT.
Global Aviation News:
Airlines only beginning to tap into mobile growth potential
AirAsia records the highest YTD returns for low-cost carrier in Asia Pacific
Aviation open skies: protectionism, conflicts of interest and outdated ideas
Bournemouth Airport can be a credible alternative to London, say new owners (and more routes could be coming)
EasyJet chief says European airline shakeup is not over
Enhanced time-based separation system further increases Heathrow capacity
ERA seeks more take up for EU-backed regional aircraft financing
Finland ponders Brexit impact on flight services to UK
New long-haul routes spark airfare price war
Over 500 new routes scheduled to launch in first three weeks of S18; Ryanair tops table with 66, US sees most new services by country
Stewart Airport passenger volume continues to soar, thanks to Norwegian Airlines
TAROM CEO Wolff: We want to re-connect Western Romania with Chisinau, Constanta; New York, Beijing next
The Vision of the 717 – How Delta turned the jet nobody wanted into a strategic powerhouse
UBS: US airlines seeing strong 1H international growth
Irish Aviation News:
CNBC Transcript: Alan Joyce, CEO, Qantas Airways
Dublin may re-join network in 2018, likely as charter services says Tunisair CEO Ilyes Mnakbi in intreview with Arabian Aerospace
Dublin Airport Welcomes TUI’s New Destinations For Summer 2019
In sneak attack on Lufthansa, Ryanair teams up with F1 champion
Loganair to start Carlisle flights; will offer around 53,000 seats this year on 52 weekly flights to Belfast City, Dublin and London Southend
Obligation driving Aer Lingus membership in transatlantic JV
Rising rates could be threat to Irish aviation leasing business
Russian state airline Aeroflot to launch new Moscow-Dublin route
Ryanair continues summer season surge at Budapest
Ryanair launches new inflight menu
Ryanair opens its 87th base at Bourgas Airport – anna.aero joins Fraport Bulgaria for the inauguration
Ryanair Sees Ukraine As Potential Hub For Maintenance, Data Services
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement April 1 2018
@AireonLLC Did you know that when the 5th #IridiumNEXT launch payloads come online, the #Aireon service will have nearly global coverage w/ 15-minute or better update intervals. This signifies optimal timing for #airlines to begin testing the capabilities of space-based ADS-B. @flightaware.
@JohnLStrickland Alan Joyce @Qantas talks on project Sunrise to get non stop capability for SYD/MEL-LHR. Gauntlet laid down to @Airbus @BoeingAirplanes @AvClubUK.
@JohnLStrickland For #IAG @AerLingus is a lean mean fighting machine across the Atlantic #airlines.
@JohnLStrickland Larger fleet, bigger #aircraft (seat capacity), more countries mark out @Ryanair as well ahead of other European LCC’s.
@sweeney_aidan Since IAG takeover, @AerLingus has more @HeathrowAirport slots today than in 2015. Airline is most profitable part of IAG #Tourism2025.
Airlines flying from Cork Airport: Ryanair Aer Lingus Swiss Air France
Emirates’ A380 makes a historic landing in Beirut | Emirates Airlines
How trade tensions could impact the aviation industry: Star Alliance CEO
KLM Intern On A Mission – A Business Trip With The CEO
Qatar Airways GCEO message to our pilots