Published on May 28th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 28/05/2018

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:

Emirates Airlines Targets 85% Load Factor on Dublin Route: 

Laudamotion Massive Winter Expansion sees new Dublin route: 

Aircraft Update:

EI-GJZ Boeing 737-800 c/n 44840 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 25/05/18.

EI-GSA Boeing 737-800 c/n 44841 Ryanair Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 25/05/18.

OY-YCB ATR72-500 c/n 554 Nordic Aviation Capital Delivered BZG-WOE 25/02/18 ex RP-C4200.

Global Aviation News:

Airline margins: squeeze is on as Brent crude oil touches USD80

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American shies away from 777X or 787-10 for growth

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Boeing 737 Max On Course To Meet Reliability Goals

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Delta Returns to Mumbai After U.S. Pact on Persian Gulf Airlines

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Delta Unveils Zac Posen Uniforms With a Taste of ‘Passport Plum’

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EasyJet confirmed as UK airline, despite EU ownership

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Fuel surcharges imminent – Qatar Airways chief

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Latvia’s SmartLynx To Expand In North America

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The Icelandic air bridge between US and Europe; Copenhagen top airport from North America, but London leading city but where is Dublin on the list?

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The World’s Cheapest Airlines Are Asian [Infographic]

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United Airlines Taps Former FAA Chief Jane Garvey as Chairman

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WestJet: Upward Momentum Will Take Time To Play Out

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Irish Aviation News:

Clune appeals to Norwegian boss to reinstate flights

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Growth in Irish aviation finance sector sees A&L Goodbody hire new partner

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh welcomes UK Transport Secretary call to keep Heathrow expansion costs down

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Its official – Ryanair deserves the credit for European integration

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Laudamotion Launches New Vienna Winter Service

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Profits soar at Dublin Aerospace

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Retail inMotion to help Etihad Airways ‘do a lot of things we cannot do now’

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Ryanair hopes to secure UK AOC by the end of 2018

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Travel Extra’s Sunday Supplement 27 May 

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Tweet Picks:

@airkarp American CEO Parker: ‘Since last summer, oil prices have increased 60%. That’s a big increase in a short period of time … [and] is going to have an impact on airline earnings … I view that as a near-term problem, not a long-term problem. The industry can handle it long term.’

@alexjcornwell Restructuring Etihad Airways doesn’t renew near decade-long naming sponsorship of major sports stadium (Etihad Stadium) in Melbourne, Australia.

@atlairportnews “The former TWA terminal at JFK has been carefully restored and will open next spring as a hotel, with a reception desk near the front door and a large bar in the middle.”

@hondajet Introducing the HondaJet Elite – an aircraft for the betterment of humankind. The HondaJet Elite flies further, faster and higher than any other aircraft in its class and is most fuel efficient – providing future generations with the joy of mobility while living sustainably.

@winglets747 US orders Russian airlines to file schedules (paper punishment – at least for now) in response to Russia denying overflight rights to US cargo airlines. (No mention of American Airlines being denied overflight.)

Video Picks:

Emirates’ Enda Corneille on where Irish holidaymakers are going in the world

Heroic crew of Southwest Flight 1380 describe bond that pulled them through 

Is it Time to Buy US Airlines?

Ryanair Plans to Restrict Non-EU Shareholders Amid a Hard Brexit

Why do airlines make such good punching bags? The case of Air Canada and Wow Air #SimpliLive


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