Published on April 24th, 2018 | by Trevor Buckley0
Daily Aviation Brief – 24/04/2018
Acumen Aviation Newsletters 23 April:
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 April: http://bit.ly/2HRfuSt
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 April: http://bit.ly/2K72fxC
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 23 April: http://bit.ly/2HLwLPD
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 23 April: http://bit.ly/2K72qJi
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 April: http://bit.ly/2qR5NMF
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
Airbus’ A330neo and Airbus A350-1000 Flight Test at Irish Airports: http://bit.ly/2qSvJXz
Ryanair adds two new Boeing 737-800’s increasing fleet size to 433 aircraft: http://bit.ly/2qLAPWf
EI-GCH Embraer 190AR c/n 19000220 SA Airlink Ferried Nashville-Rick Husband Amarillo International 21/04/18 for paint prior delivery.
VP-BDR Boeing 777-212 c/n 28532 Standard Chartered Aviation Finance Ferried Alice Springs-Brisbane International-Rio de Janeiro 23-24/04/18.
Global Aviation News:
Air France-KLM chairman and CEO to be ‘personally accountable’ for new staff consultation
Cologne seeks to offset Eurowings long-haul withdrawal
Detroit needs choices besides Delta
EC: Montenegro Airlines facing sustainability issues
Fernandes calls A350 too expensive for AirAsia X
Former EasyJet chief warns of complacency among low-cost carriers
Icelandair Celebrates the Addition of Its New Boeing 737 MAX and Inspires Passengers to Capture Stunning Aerial Shots From 22,000 Feet
Shooting down the competition A potential merger between IAG and Norwegian should worry flyers
US DOT approves Hong Kong Airlines, Etihad codeshare to SFO, LAX
Unions imperil Air France’s future
Webster: long-haul, low-cost ‘a niche market’
WOW air Introduces New Wow Premium Fares
Irish Aviation News:
Aerospace Asset Trading (ATT) opens new European base in Shannon Free Zone
Air Italy Unveils First Boeing 737 MAX 8 EI-GFY Sporting Full Livery
A small town with a big global impact
Cork eyes further transatlantic routes
EI-FYG Boeing 737 MAX 8 Norwegian Rolled Out
EI-GJV Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight
Primera takes delivery of its first A321neo from GECAS
Ryanair talks “Amazon of Travel” at CAPA’s Dublin Summit, 17/18-May
Splyt and CarTrawler partner to unlock the potential of on-demand transportation for airline mobile apps
The Moodie Davitt Interview: Retail inMotion targets a digital revolution
TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement 22 April
Why aviation has Chinese companies flocking to Ireland
@newsnigel Understand your market using data to help your conversations with airlines – Edinburgh Airport discovered that education (especially university staff) was their biggest driver of business #RoutesEurope2018 #RoutesEurope.
@newsnigel While there’s been much innovation in airline/airport check-in there has been a lot less innovation in the boarding process – it’s a pain point for customers, says @easyjet director of strategy and network Robert Carey at #Routeseurope2018 #routeseurope.
@RegionalGateway “When it comes to acquisitions, my advice to other airlines would be to ensure there is compatibility between business models and culture, otherwise there will be discord within the business and among passengers” – Ray Webster, former CEO #easyjet #RoutesEurope.
@WesleyCharnock “I don’t see long-haul low-cost as a viable model. Operating a small aircraft across the Atlantic is not efficient, and low-cost carriers aren’t going to fill a 787 or an A380” Ray Webster, former CEO of easyJet tells #RoutesEurope.
@WesleyCharnock “Low-cost airlines have had it easy for a while now with low volatility, and they’ve become less efficient. At some point there will be a correction. Some of those lessons have been forgotten.” Former @easyJet CEO Ray Webster at #RoutesEurope.
FAA Will Undertake Another Inspection of Rotor Blades Because of Engine Explosion, Says Hall
India’s Tourism And Aviation Sector Growing | Midcap Mania | CNBC TV18
London to Denver Direct Flights with United Airlines
Michael O’Leary speaks to the Irish Farmers Journal
One-on-one with Panasonic Avionics CTO David Bartlett