Published on May 29th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 29/05/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters 28 May: 

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 28 May:

India Aviation industry newsletter 28 May:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 28 May:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 28 May: 

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 28 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-RUN Boeing 737-808 c/n 34702 Jet2 Ferried Bournemouth-Lasham 25/05/18 after paint prior delivery to become G-DRTC.

9M-MTX Airbus A330-223 c/n 911 Malaysia Airlines Delivered Clark International-Kula Lumpur 25/05/18 ex EI-GFK.

Global Aviation News:

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

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Boeing Deploys Executive to Rolls-Royce to Help End 787 Engine Crisis

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Boeing 737 MAX 8 joins Sunwing Fleet; inaugural flight Seattle-Toronto brings first of four aircraft home

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Bombardier to Build Two New Luxury Aircraft Amid Growing Demand

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Bombardier To Move Global Family Production to Pearson

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Ethiopian Airlines positions itself to take over Africa’s skies with ambitious plans

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Philippines international aviation market: booming passenger growth

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Royal Brunei takes delivery of its first A320neo

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Sun Country to add 9% more seats, cut first class in fleet refresh

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US Big 3 airlines: Capacity growth despite fuel price volatility

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Vienna airport benefits from LCC boon

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Irish Aviation News:

Australia the battle ground for airlines as Ireland looks east

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Brexit and euro crisis the only clouds on the horizon for booming tourism sector

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DAA project sees Roadbridge take gold with Considerate Constructors Scheme

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Kerry Airport profit rises by over €500,000

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No Dublin increase for Emirates due to airport difficulties

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Report: Ryanair tops list of cheapest airlines in Spain

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Routes to Growth: Creating Opportunities between Hong Kong and Ireland as Financial Services & Aviation Hub

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Tweet Picks:

@AviationWeek GE Aviation sees its new Catalyst advanced turboprop as the potential core for a new generation of hybrid-electric propulsion systems.

@e_russell “An airline’s revenue-generating power, after all, doesn’t depend on the number of flights it offers but rather the number of possible itineraries, nonstop and connecting alike.” ‘Glory Lost and Found’ on Delta’s network turnaround. 1/2

@FG_STrim Meet the Bombardier Global 6500 and Rolls-Royce Pearl engine at #EBACE, which were unveiled tonight after a very secret, six-year development effort.

@JohnLStrickland .@wizzair in good shape as profits grow Wizz Air boss warns airfares could rise as costs mount.

@McWhirterAlex .@HamburgAirport is excited to be welcoming Emirates’ A380 from end October. More pressure on Lufthansa who flies long-haul only from FRA/MUC.

Video Picks:

Canadians to weigh in on airline passenger bill of rights

Honda Aircraft Debuts New HondaJet Elite – AINtv

IAG CEO Willie Walsh provides insight into the year ahead

Philadelphia Airport welcomes Aer Lingus 

Joseph Messina of Philadelphia airport on Aer Lingus 


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