Published on May 17th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer0
Daily Aviation Brief – 17/05/2018
Acumen Aviation Newsletters 15 May:
Acumen’s Marco Clalüna successfully qualifies as ISTAT Appraiser: http://bit.ly/2FZjPjY
China Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 May: http://bit.ly/2IgjmzM
India Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 May: http://bit.ly/2Ih8IER
Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 14 May: http://bit.ly/2jTujJ3
Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 14 May: http://bit.ly/2rFJ2eS
USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 14 May: http://bit.ly/2rIeWqx
Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:
EI-GEY Airbus A330-202 Aer Lingus Operates Inaugural North American Service: http://bit.ly/2KXPbes
EI-GEY Airbus A330-202 Aer Lingus Enters Service to Bilbao Ahead of Launch of New Seattle Route: http://bit.ly/2KYBlbU
Ryanair’s Polish subsidiary Ryanair Sun commences operations: http://bit.ly/2KikxLO
N723AC Boeing 737-75C c/n 30024 Aircastle Ferried Xiamen Gaoqi International-Guam-Honolulu International-Goodyear 10/11-05/18.
P4-ACC Boeing 737‑74Q(BBJ) c/n 29135 Private Ferried Bournemouth-Shannon 16/05/18 for paint ex N737CC.
Global Aviation News:
A new budget airline is coming to Asia
Airlines Add Smaller Jets in Busy Trans-Atlantic Market
CAPA Americas Summit: ULCC ambitions in the US remain high
EasyJet CEO Puts Stamp on Airline — But Rules Out Norwegian Bid
Ethiopian Air seeks Africa dominance with new carriers, jet deal
India To Give Instant Immigration Clearance To Select Countries’ Citizens Via E-Gates
The airline cost equation: strategies for competing with LCCs
United Air to add Newark flights in latest bid for hub dominance
U.S. Airlines’ Gulf Accord Isn’t Where It’s At
Wow! The Cheapest Airfare to New York From Delhi Is Via Iceland
Irish Aviation News:
Cityjet to hire additional 10 trainee pilots for mentoring programme
Dublin Airport Sets New April Record With 2.6 Million Passengers
Hainan Airlines to begin Dublin-Beijing flights on June 12th
Ryanair and Sabre’s journeys into the cloud via Amazon Web Services highlights how the industry is rebuilding and transforming legacy systems into innovative customer travel services
Read more: https://blueswandaily.com/ryanair-and-sabres-journeys-into-the-cloud-via-amazon-web-services-highlights-how-the-industry-is-rebuilding-and-transforming-legacy-systems-into-innovative-customer-travel-services/
Ryanair cuts check-in time for passengers without reserved seats
Ryanair in share buyback move
Spanish pilots’ demand for trade union leave dismissed by Ryanair
Stobart Group reports highlights for year ended 28-Feb-2018
@e_russell American CFO Kerr adds that cutting unprofitable routes – like ORD-PEK – is “probably easier to make in this fuel environment, there’s no doubt about it”.
@e_russell “The bigger those hubs are, the better off we are from a connecting standpoint basis,” says $AAL CFO Kerr on new gates at CLT, ORD and DFW.
@e_russell “We’re always going to tweak our flying and making sure where our flying is is where we’re profitable,” says American CFO Kerr on recent intl network changes.
@e_russell “We still have a few months to watch the environment and see how it looks, see what happens to oil prices before we have to make those [capacity] decisions,” says $DAL CFO Jacobson on fuel and capacity.
@TheAviationBeat Emirates parking planes in the desert. Etihad canceling dozens of aircraft. Qatar shifting aircraft to Air Italy and British Airways. Nobody saw the extra capacity in Gulf coming. #JustKidding.
EasyJet CEO Says There Is No Fleet Order in the Short-Term
Embraer Pioneer Flights – Episode 3: In search of perfection
Experts think they’ve solved the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
Heathrow 2.0 – Our Plan for Sustainable Growth
Qatar Airways GCEO Addresses The Parliament of the European Union