Published on June 6th, 2018 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 06/06/2018

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

China Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 June:

India Aviation industry newsletter 5 June:   

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 5 June:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 5 June:  

USA Aviation Industry Newsletter 5 June:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Ryanair Sun fleet expands to five Boeing 737-800 aircraft 

Stobart Air Wet-Leases Embraer 190AR from Bulgaria Air 

Aircraft Update:

C-FJVE Boeing 737-8DC c/n 34596 Sunwing Airlines Position Toronto Pearson-Dublin-Warsaw 02/03-6/18 on summer-lease to Travel Service.

C-GOWG Boeing 737-86J c/n 37757 Sunwing Airlines Position Toronto Pearson-Dublin-Katowice 31/05-01/06/18 on wet-lease to Travel Service.

Global Aviation News:

Airbus Sees Demand Beyond Qantas for Ultra-Long Range Plane

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Airbus Sees Higher Costs From A320Neo Delays as Gliders Hit 100

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Air Canada fleet: A330 aircraft extended and MAX performance delivers

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Airlines adjusting hedges, fares, capacity and fleet as oil price jumps

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American Airlines warns of fare increases if oil remains high 

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Boeing still on track to 2025 NMA – despite engine makers’ travails

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Heathrow expansion under more scrutiny as Grayling broadens regulator’s oversight

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HNA Agrees to Add China-Built Jets to Fleet in Boost to Comac

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KLM CEO says more restructuring needed at Air France

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New Private Jet Services Are Taking Aim at the Commercial Airline Industry

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Singapore Airlines fleet: growth resumes as 787-10s, A350ULRs arrive

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Two Unwanted A380s Are Moving Closer to the Scrapheap

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Irish Aviation News:

About Aviation Ireland 

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Air Canada Celebrates the Launch of Seasonal Service to Ireland from Montreal

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Aer Lingus insists Airbus delays will not hit expansion plans

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Eirtech Aviation Services Announces New Deputy Chief Executive Officer

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IAG CEO Willie Walsh seeks end to Heathrow ‘monopoly’

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Knock seeking extra EU aid for runway revamp

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Metro could be derailed by ‘location of airport stop’

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Norwegian used Cork as back door

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Spectacular line-up for 2018 Bray Air Display announced

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TRAVEL Extra’s Sunday Supplement Year of the Dragon as Cathay heads for Hong Kong

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Tweet Picks:

@Fearghaloc DAA staff vote overwhelmingly to accept a WRC proposal on pay – a good result for new CEO Dalton Philips.

@PATA_HQ “Data is the new oil, the new gold of today.” -PATA CEO Dr. Mario Hardy at the International Air Transport Association (IATA) AGM in Sydney, Australia. #IATAAGM.

@SpaethFlies Cabins of 6 #A380 @MAS won’t be changed for Hadj says CEO, new charter brand due soon, main line #MH might still use A380s #IATAAGM #avgeek.

@SpaethFlies Oneworld Connect is new lower tier of @traveloneworld in desperate attempt to keep alliances relevant, first member @FijiAirways #IATAAGM.

@WandrMe Privatization typically is a great benefit to industry, according to @iata it some concerns about doing so with airports, “We need a better approach to it.” Private airports end up more expensive for airlines. Oopsie. #iataagm #avgeek #paxex.

Video Picks:

Boeing’s Latest Battle With Airbus Moves From the U.S. to India

Cathay Pacific’s CEO on Cargo Markets, Oil, Turnaround Plan

IAG CEO Willie Walsh criticizes Heathrow expansion plans 

IATA Cuts Global Airline Profit Forecast

IATA’s de Juniac Says Protectionism Is a Big Concern 


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