Published on May 24th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 24/05/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 21 May:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 May

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 May

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 21 May   

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 21 May

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 21 May

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus enhances Dublin Hub connectivity with new Seattle route 

Air Italy takes delivery of first Irish Registered Boeing 737 MAX 8:

Aviofit hosts War of the Airlines (WOA) in Dublin 8 September

Aircraft Update: 

G-DRTD Boeing 737-808 c/n 34703 Jet2 Delivered Dublin-East Midlands 22/05/18 ex EI-RUO.

PR-MYW Airbus A320-214 c/n 5240 Latam Brasil In Service 18/05/18 ex painting ex EI-FXO.

5N-DMB Boeing 737-3H4 c/n 28331 MaxAir Delivered Tucson-Indianapolis-Gander-Keflavik-Shannon-Algiers-Kano 16/05/18 ex N645SW.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus to Defend WTO Ruling by Saying A380 No Threat to Boeing

Brazil’s Biggest Airlines Brace for US-Brazil Open Skies Agreement

British Airways leases out surplus ex-Monarch Gatwick slots

Canada’s Airlines At A Glance: High Fuel Prices, Labor Disputes And Jetlines’ Recent News

EasyJet, Ryanair Court EU Investors on Concern Over Hard Brexit

India’s Jet Airways Planning Follow-On Deal for Boeing 737 Max

In-Flight Entertainment Stocks Diverge After Years of Turbulence

Lufthansa gets on board with budget tickets for flights across Atlantic 

May Not Sell Air India If Bid Price Is Inadequate, Says Aviation Secretary

More American Airlines frontline staff criticize Boeing 737 MAX

Read more:

Tier-II Cities Driving Growth In Domestic Aviation Sector, Says Airports Authority Of India

WestJet: Plenty Of Headwinds In The Near Term

Irish Aviation News:

Atlantic Aviation Group secures Bermudan CAMO Approval

EI-GSB Boeing 737-800 Ryanair First Flight

See Link: 

Emirates Holidays Launches in Ireland

O’Leary warns fuel surcharge may return as oil price spikes

Ryanair adds to Athens and Shannon

Ryanair chief predicts mergers and Norwegian to ‘go bust’

Ryanair Holdings – A year for investment – FY2019 net profits to be in €1.25-1.35bn range

Ryanair launches new Athens to Heraklion route on June 15, 2018

Ryanair outlines Brexit plans, applies for UK AOC

Ryanair outlines LaudaMotion growth plan

Shannon training campus takes off for Lufthansa

Škoda spends €120k on DAA Irish legends ads

Tweet Picks:

@e_russell American expects to have its no frills based economy fare “fully rolled out” on the transatlantic by the summer peak, says Don Carty. Introduced in market on 11 April.

@e_russell “In DFW and Charlotte, we’ve got the opportunity of really cheap gates,” says $AAL pres Isom. He doesn’t beat around the bush – cheap = growth at American hubs.

@e_russell “Stay tuned” on potential capacity and fleet adjustments this fall and winter, says $AAL president Isom at Wolfe. Isom is referring to the potential need to reduce capacity growth due to the rise in oil prices.

@RWMann As Gordon Bethune aptly put it, “You can make  cheese pizza so cheap nobody will eat it.” >> More @AmericanAir frontline staff criticize Boeing 737 MAX hard product attributes.

@WandrMe Will @AlaskaAir drop the @DallasLoveField slots following the DCA/LGA slot deal? No chance per execs in this briefing. #AvGeek $ALK.

Video Picks:

Airlines could go bust due to higher oil prices, says Ryanair CEO

CEO Series; Interview with Middle East Airline Air Liban 

EasyJet CEO: I’m confident there will be a Brexit aviation deal

SAA CEO on quarterly financial results

WOW Air’s India Debut


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