Published on April 10th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/04/2018

Aviation Event:

The Road Ahead for Asset Management -Dublin 18 April 

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Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

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China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 9 April:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 April:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 9 April:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 9 April:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 9 April:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Boeing Delivers 500th Next-Generation 737 to Ryanair: 

Emirates coming to Dublin in search of flight crew for its global expansion plans: 

Aircraft Update: 

N261NV Airbus A320-214 c/n  4115 Allegiant Air Delivered Shannon-Bangor-El Salvador International 05-06/04/18 ex HZ-AS14.

N262NV Airbus A320-214 c/n  4122 Allegiant Air Delivered Shannon-Bangor-El Salvador International 07/04/18 ex HZ-AS15.

Global Aviation News:

Airline tech in the Americas; AI, biometrics, blockchain and more

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Boeing’s American Victory

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Emirates says 2.8m inflight calls made since historic 2008 first

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Italian Ministries designate Aeroporti di Puglia as the first Italian airport network

Malaysia aviation: rapid growth, Malindo drives intense competition

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New York’s JFK Booted Out of World’s Top 20 Busiest Airports

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Southwest builds its own kind of international network

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The trends in airline privatization around the world

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‘We wanted to go first.’ Here’s what’s different in the decade since Delta’s merger with Northwest upended the airline industry

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737 MAX Production

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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap: An Undervalued Stock With Industry Tailwinds

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Battle to Save Waterford Airport Continues

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EI-GJO Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight & flown to Spokane, Wa for painting

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Five target areas for the tourism sector in 2018

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Mixed news for Shannon as second airline drops Boston route for winter

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Regional airports left out in the cold by Norwegian

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Richard Curran: Tourism industry is at a crossroads as it makes big decisions on final destination

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Ryanair launches Kyiv-Berlin flights in September

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SMBC Aviation Capital closes USD600 million syndicated financing

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SMBC Aviation Capital delivers first of five aircraft to Wizz Air

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Spotlight: Our largest indigenous industry and what you should know about it

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ViaSat announces Dublin expansion to target more markets

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute  As of 09APR18, Icelandair’s planned 737 MAX 8 service to Berlin Tegel and Newark on 10APR18, Stockholm on 11APR18, switched to Boeing 757. 737 MAX 8 to Oslo and Newark on 12APR18 unchanged for the moment.

@Airlineroute SWISS temporary files Airbus A319 operating schedule until 27OCT18. Palermo to Zurich LX2511 tentatively displayed as last scheduled A319 flight, although further changes will be made in the next few months. 

@juliejohnsson  Another sign the cargo rebound is for real. UPS is wet-leasing freighters to keep pace with demand, and its employee pilots are furious.

@juliejohnsson  More proof the air cargo rebound is for real (unless US-China tension squashes it): @Boeing is again mulling converting used 777-200ERs to haul parcels instead of people. My scooplet with @_benkatz via @business #avgeek #777 #scoop.

@juliejohnsson The once-moribund market for 100-seaters is showing signs of life as @united, @JetBlue, @AirFranceKLM mull orders.

Video Picks:

Airbus Commercial Aircraft Presence in Latin America

British Airways A320NEO Rejected Takeoff at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport 

Lockheed Martin And NASA Are Building A Supersonic Plane That’s As Quiet As Closing A Door

New American Airlines flights at Worcester Regional Airport to boost economy 

Tigress Financial’s Feinseth Says There Will Be Little Impact on Boeing


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