Published on April 30th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 30/04/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 23 April:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 April

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 April:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 23 April

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 23 April:

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 23 April:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Irish entrepreneur Denis O’Brien acquires brand new Gulfstream 650: 

Ryanair adds three brand new Boeing 737-800’s to growing fleet: 

Aircraft Update:

EI-GJR Boeing 737-800 c/n 44835 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 27/04/18.

EI-GJS Boeing 737-800 c/n 44836 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 27/04/18.

N359AA Boeing 767-323 c/n 24040 Blue Panorama Delivered Roswell-Shannon 27/04/18 in full colours to become EI-GEP.

OE-IFW Airbus A330-203 c/n 525 SMBC Aviation Capital Ferried Dublin-St Athan 27/04/18 after paint into all white colours.

Global Aviation News:

Airlines Sink on American, Southwest Forecasts

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Do cost savings mean it is now ‘if’ rather than ‘when’ for JetBlue’s trans-Atlantic aspirations?

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Hainan Airlines plans strong international expansion from Hainan

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Low-cost airlines may appear in Belarusian market

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LOT Polish Airlines to boost 787 fleet to 15 by October 2019

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New Hong Kong-backed start-up Air Belgium abruptly cancels flights after failing to get permission to fly over Russia

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Southwest Claims Boeing 737 Max Crown with $4.7 Billion Deal

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Strikes, Low-Cost Rivalry Make for Tough Times at Latam Airlines

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Surge in fuel prices set to drive up airfares

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WOW Air Flights take off from London Stansted

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32 Boeing 787s are AOG due to Rolls-Royce Trent issues; number will climb

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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus 60 years of transatlantic flights and 6 new routes in the last two years

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Aer Lingus Celebrating 10 years of partnership with JetBlue

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Bravo! Frequency set to revolutionize airline communication

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Cathay Pacific’s Europe boss says he’s ‘surprised’ at the level of Asian interest in Ireland

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E-travel authorisation on way for UK, Irish visitors

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Jet2 launches new Bulgaria route as part of record 2019 summer schedule

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Niki Lauda’s plan: In 2020, Ryanair takes over Laudamotion completely

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Norwegian double daily flights from Dublin to New York take off

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Ryanair Executive Predicts Higher Fuel Prices Will Tank Some Competitors

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Ryanair “well on track to achieving ancillary targets by 2020”

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Tourism Ireland brings ‘road show’ to Boston

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Tweet Picks:

@e_russell “Fuel prices have risen very quickly and it takes time to adapt,” says $AAL CEO Parker. Expects fares to adjust in time.

@e_russell If fuel prices remain where they are “you’ll see less capacity growth than people are talking about right now,” says $AAL CEO Parker.

@e_russell Interesting, Boeing has committed to provide $AAL operating lease financing for the 22 787-8s it recently ordered, says CFO Kerr. Boeing doesn’t normally provide financing to a large customer like AA.

@e_russell  JetBlue’s “ability to grow our relevance in Boston and Fort Lauderdale depends on having the infrastructure in place to support this growth.” @martysg.

@justinbachman LGB Airport says it’s gotten interest from @Delta, 

@SouthwestAir and @HawaiianAir for using slots @JetBlue plans to quit later this year. #airports #airlines.

Video Picks:

Dalton Philips full presentation and Q&A of Dublin Airport results 2018

Dalton Philips Improved relations with Aer Lingus

Eurasia Airshow 2018 – Qatar Airways 

Polaris Business Class – Bob Schumacher, United Airlines 

United Airlines 20 years serving the Republic of Ireland  


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