Published on April 19th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/04/2018

Acumen Aviation Blog Posts:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 April: 

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 April:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 16 April

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 16 April 

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 16 April 

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

EI-SIF Airbus A320-251N Delivered to SAS Airlines (Ireland) 

Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737-700 aircraft Delivered Through Dublin For ASky Airlines: 

Aircraft Update:

HL8306 Boeing 737-8AS c/n 40308  T´Way Air Delivered Ostrava-Baku-Gimpo International 18-19/04/18 ex EI-ENZ.

LZ-AWO Airbus A320-214 c/n 2902 AWAS Ferried Amman-Toulouse-Toulouse/Francazal 17/04/18 ex OE-LOH.

Global Aviation News:

Air China: China is knocking ‘very nicely’ on the US’ door for more flights

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Air France’s budget airline Joon will start flying from Mumbai this June

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Air India Should Only Be Run By An Indian Firm, Says RSS Chief

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ALPA acknowledges that transnational airlines ‘are with us now’

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American Airlines: Oil Impact Overplayed

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Boeing 787’s Range Capped by FAA Following Latest Rolls Glitch

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Eurocontrol: Traditional airlines the main driver of European traffic growth in Mar-2018

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European pilots want better representation as transnational airlines grow

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Eurowings launches long-haul from Munich

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Southwest Airlines says US has witnessed robust decline in fares since 2015

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Spirit Airlines Mulls Adding Smaller Jets to All-Airbus Fleet

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Turkish carrier slashes Ukraine flight schedule

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United Airlines Rallies as Pricing-Power Gains Ease Growth Fears

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Wizz Air adds competition for Aegean Airlines in Greece

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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon Sets Up Trust Company For Mid-Life Aircraft

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Carriers choose Eirtech solution

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NAC delivered one Embraer E195, MSN 19000382, to LOT Polish Airlines on lease

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NAC sold one ATR 72-500, MSN 499, to a private investment company advised by AELIS Group

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No guarantees on flights from Cork to the US

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Ryanair announces corporate partnership with National Gallery of Ireland

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Ryanair modifies Chania network in late-May 2018

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Stobart Group underlines ambitions with merger plans

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The first Airbus A330-200 for Air Italy painted in hangar in Dublin as EI-GFX  [Italian]

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Why aviation has Chinese companies flocking to Ireland

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Tweet Picks:

@CAPA_Aviation Tony Davis of @IrelandiaAvi on new narrowbodies on medium- and long-haul markets: “If the aircraft at the right cost base has the range, it will work. It is going to happen. Technology of the aircraft will drive the model.” #CAPASummit.

@CAPA_Aviation It is no longer necessarily about staying loyal to lowest costs, says Tony Davis of @IrelandiaAvi on LCC model. “It is about revenue beating costs and that could mean serving more costly airports.” #CAPASummit. 

@Drukair  Drukair signs Purchase Agreement with Airbus in Hamburg, Germany on 11th April 2018. The new Airbus A-320 NEO, configured to 20 Business and 120 Economy seats, is expected to arrive Bhutan in the first quarter of 2020. #Updates #KB #News #April2018.

@LARA_editor Burden of rising aviation taxes & charges in Africa needs to lessen. Last 2 years burden has risen by $1.6Bn but African airlines made loss last year of $700m says Adefunke Adeyemi of @IATA @aviationafrica1 #Avaf18 .

@LARA_editor Plans by @EGYPTAIR to increase services & routes as it receives 45 new aircraft from existing orders from @BoeingAirplanes & @BBD_Aircraft @Airbus CSeries, says Egyptian Av Minister Sherif Fathi @aviationafrica1 #avaf18 . But not increasing frequency to sub-Saharan region.

Video Picks:

“Anytime For You” meals on flights to Tokyo 

British Airways: Landing Into Punta Cana – A Pilot’s Perspective

Cleaning an Emirates Aircraft

GIGANTIC Pilot Dash Q400 Sata Crosswind G35KTS || Madeira

WestJet’s new CEO Ed Sims seeking ‘fastest’ labour deal with pilot 


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