Published on May 25th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 25/05/2018

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

Laudamotion Massive Winter Expansion sees new Dublin route: 

Aircraft Update: 

EI-FYG Boeing 737 MAX 8 c/n 42831 Norwegian Air International Delivered Shannon-Helniski 22/05/18.

EI-GFP Boeing 737-89L c/n 29878 Blue Panorama Delivered Beijing-Ufa International-Shannon-Rome FCO 23-24/05/18 ex B-2643.

EI-GJY Boeing 737-800 c/n 44839 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 24/05/18.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus and Boeing match Q1 2017 delivery results in Q1 2018; Boeing has major lead over European rival; Singapore Airlines takes first 787-10

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Boeing: 737 MAX now operating 24 routes over 2500nm

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Chinese Investment in Foreign Airlines Proliferates

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Ethiopian Marks African Aviation History with 100th Aircraft in Active Service

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Flight Plan: Vistara’s 737Max thinking signals likely fleet change

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HSBC downgrades British Airways parent IAG as it sees hit from rising fuel costs

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KLM finalizes a new 665 million euro revolving credit facility

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Lufthansa Group joins basic economy fare trend

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New CPDLC procedure on the NAT

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Qatar Airways boss says Norwegian needs a ‘strong partner’ to survive

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Qatar Airways Launches Services To London Gatwick Airport

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Rising oil prices could force Norwegian to reconsider acquisition offers

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Russia may fix the residual value of the SSJ100 and MS-21

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Tomaz Metello expands euroAtlantic fleet, two of the three new planes are already in Europe

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SAS considers SEK 1 bn tap issue of bond maturing November 2022

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United’s Board Faces Long To-Do List: From Chairman to Jets

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Vueling Austria plans for July 2018 launch

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Irish Aviation News:

Avoca Lands At Dublin Airport

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British Airways Launches New Dublin To Manchester Service

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Eirtech Cargo Loading System Cover Selected by Asian and South American Airlines

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Emirates has put off plans for a third Dublin-Dubai flight due to some ‘pain points’

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Emirates Holidays launches in Ireland as demand for Dubai takes off

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Emirates says DAA should build and run third Dublin terminal

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NAC delivered one Embraer E190, MSN 19000263, to LLC “IKAR” on lease

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Ryanair open to further acquisitions

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Ryanair to focus on Denmark and likely reopen its Copenhagen base

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2019 to see more airlines collapse, says O’Leary

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Tweet Picks:

@Airlineroute Wamos Air 747-400 to operate for LATAM Chile’s Santiago de Chile – Los Angeles route until 05JUL18 inclusive. Aircraft code 744 is listed for the month of June 2018, while May/July dates sees 787-9 with remark “operated by WAMOS”.

@ghimlay .@JetBlue CFO says airline will “definitely” make a decision this year on future of E190 fleet, in “mature” stage of analysis.

@hharteveldt Wowza! @Ryanair discloses ancillary product sales info in its FY2018 report. 50% of pax pay for allocated seats, 20% for priority boarding. Hope this starts a trend – investors will benefit.

@JennaGHarvey Inspiring humanity is all about making the airline experience more personal, helpful, and simple. -Frankie Littleford @JetBlue #CCExpo #ICMI.

@winglets747 IAG couldn’t use all of its new Gatwick slots, so rather than lose them it leased one daily pair to Qatar Airways and another daily pair to be “babysat” by Thomas Cook.

Video Picks:

Highlights from Air Cargo China 2018 

Highlights from the IATA Ground Handling Conference 2018

OJets Launches Luxury Charter Jet Service in the Asia-Pacific Region 

Ryanair CEO O’Leary Has No Doubt Fares Will Rise 

UK Airports Safety Week at Belfast City Airport


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